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MEDICAL INTUITION

What Can Your Body Tell You? Imagine if your body could talk to you — what would it say? In addition, what if illnesses, or aches and pains, were really trying to communicate with you and let you know what was going on in your life? Imagine if you could see inside your body and receive any messages directly — what a gift that would be! Welcome to Medical Intuition: the art of knowing what your body is saying and recognising that each and every body part is storing emotions. As a practising nurse for over 15 years, I was well aware there was more to health than the physical body. However, Western medicine often lacked the holistic approach to deliver wellbeing. It wasn’t until I worked in pathology and autopsies that the true meaning of health revealed itself to me. Here I discovered that the body had two key functions: the physical and chemical function of making the body work mechanically; and also the function of storing emotions and 'stories' that could either empower or disempower the body. As I looked under a microscope examining a blood sample, I could actually see the person, their personality, their thoughts, and what had led them to disease. The body was talking to me!

What became evident to me was that although Western medicine can alleviate immediate pain, the true cause of any illness or disease often returns at a later date. This occurs because Western medicine does not understand or integrate the whole picture of health for a person (or animal)

and what is really going on in the body. However, a more holistic approach of Medical Intuition allows the client or patient to feel empowered and to receive optimum health on all levels. This works by focusing and 'tuning in' to a person to discover their 'story', which may have caused the disease in the first place. The disease itself is simply a warning sign that life is not going according to plan, and Medical Intuition is about understanding what the body’s saying. Since childhood, I have always been able to see inside the body like an x-ray, blood test, or MRI. Today I am called the 'walking, talking MRI'! What I see is that the human body is a blueprint for your most prominent thoughts, or a 'print out' of your most dominant vibration; this information shows the unconscious secrets in the body, which are highlighted through pain, disease, mental anguish, emotional unrest, or discomfort. Each body part has two main functions: physical and metaphysical and, as a nurse, I was taught only to focus on the physical aspect of health. In most cases, medication was used with the intention of alleviating immediate pain and distress.

CONSIDER THIS CASE STUDY: Casey is a 15-year-old girl who had continual headaches. She was unable to focus and her parents tried everything to help her. They had been to see neurologists, psychologists and tried all sorts of medication. The headaches only occurred for Casey on weekday mornings. Her cranial bones were holding on to something; she felt the need to be alone and protect herself. The metaphysical meaning of the cranial bones is about 'holding on' to things and 'protection'. What Casey’s parents didn’t know was that Casey felt she didn’t fit in at school as she was a sensitive child who preferred to be at home, reading in solitude. Her headaches were actually 'allowing' her to stay at home and keep herself protected. Once her parents were made aware of this situation, they assisted her with home schooling in which she thrived, and her headaches suddenly disappeared. With a background in nursing, pathology, and autopsy knowledge, Jean Sheehan is an award-winning and internationally recognised Medical Intuitive. Her unique systems for adults and children have been taught in Universities in Australia and on a global basis. Jean has also been featured on radio and TV, and in numerous magazine articles. To find out more about Jean and her work, please see www.absoluteempowerment.com or call 07 5641 4009.

“Medical Intuition is the science and art of healing with the absolute, and acting on spontaneous insight” ~ Jean Sheehan ©2003 www.bmmag.com.au

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