So why do we want to?
I'll use technology as an example--as its always changing--and I don't understand other than what is needed to operate my computer. I wonder “how do all those files inside my computer get stored”. Likely, the expert would find a way to explain the process. They might in turn ask a medical intuitive “how is it that my arthritis pain flares when I'm angry? How do I connect the dots?” These “mystical” technology experts and those of us who practice medical intuition are both just field technicians – we just work in different fields.
There is no tool that gathers information or technology that paints a picture of the body which includes the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, historical and soul blueprint. One that simply asks the body itself to share what is going on from its own point of view - with its own voice. Most times, no information is known about the condition or client other than a name. The process is scanning, deciphering, and understanding the information from the body through physical and intuitive sensations or just a sense of knowing. It can be done in person or remotely.
A shortened story I remember is of a woman, age 59 having heart pain and headaches, especially as the holiday season was upon her. She had undergone a stress test previously for the heart and an MRI for her migraines with no evidence of any unusual health problems. She found herself frustrated not knowing what the cause was. She was thinking, perhaps, it was just the stress of trying to get everything done. Upon scanning, I found this was connected to when she was 12 years old--a sadness held in her heart from a Christmas long gone that she wasn't aware of (she had buried). She, and her younger brother, had been left alone by her parents while they went out that evening. She then felt the burden to prepare for Christmas - trim the tree and setting up the presents for her younger brother. At that young age, she felt her parents should have done this and she held the emotion in her heart and head. While I was scanning, I saw a white dove place a Holly twig inside her heart. After the session, and during that present Christmas season, the Holly twig, in some form kept showing up. Without her family's knowledge of her session, her daughter gave her a bracelet with a piece of holly and her husband gave her a holly bush. She felt a great change with her family and her symptoms went away.
Listening or paying attention to a client's body, as in the example above, allows us to find out what has happened in the past and how it might be influencing the client's present health. This is a means to access what we don't know or understand – a 24-hour convenience store of knowledge. Pay attention and the body will share its wisdom.
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