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"How Medical Intuition Can Support Female Patients when Doctors Don't Listen or Believe Them"

Updated: Jun 4

Medical intuition was a natural progression for me from psychic mediumship.

A medical intuitive, as defined by Wikipedia, is an alternative medicine practitioner who claims to be able to use their intuitive abilities to find the cause of a physical or emotional condition through the use of insight rather than modern medicine Other terms for such a person include medical clairvoyant or medical psychic.

Medical intuition is a skill of intuitive observation and assessment using a system of expanded perception gained through the development of the human sense of intuition.

• Medical intuition focuses on in-depth intuitive scanning designed to obtain information from both the physical body systems and the biofield.

• Medical intuition is intended to identify and assess energetic patterns in both the physical body systems and the biofield that may correspond to illness, imbalance, and disease.

• Medical intuition is designed to address the energetic influence of thoughts, beliefs, and emotions and how they may impact the health and well-being of an individual.

It might not be a surprise that I prefer the second

Most people who book a medical intuitive session with me come for one of 3 reasons:

  1. Curiosity. They are fascinated with the idea of someone (me) being able to pick up on this type of information, and they are curious as to what I will find.

  2. They have been diagnosed and would like more insight as to what might be going on. They are also curious if I will pick up on the already diagnosed issue.

  3. They have been to doctors and know something is wrong, but the doctors dismiss them. They are frustrated by not being heard, listened to, taken seriously, or even validated that they may be experiencing something.

How a medical intuition session works (at least for me; other people may do it differently):

Whether online or in person, it works the same. I start the session by asking my client to relax and be open. I sit opposite them and close my eyes. I start by "scanning" from above the top of their head and slowly working my way down their body; there is no touching involved. I make notes on a piece of paper with an outline of a human being. The notes are where and what I have picked up. Sometimes things are emotional, and sometimes, they are physical. Once I am done scanning, we have a discussion about what I feel I have discovered.

I have done many readings with women, and what I have learned is that very often, I will find myself getting "stuck" on the throat chakra, which indicates that they are not being heard or they are not allowed to speak their truth. Continuing down the body, I make more notes and get stuck in the reproductive organ area. I tell them where I am feeling their correlated pain, their eyes widen, they nod in agreement and get teary because, for once, they are feeling validated. I have asked, have you ever been diagnosed with endometriosis?"

I had one very angry woman say, "I've been battling my doctor for 5 years to test me, and believe me when I say I was in pain and not just a crazy woman, it took you 10 minutes without even asking me anything about my history to validate my pain and diagnosis!"

I am hearing this over and over. I am not a doctor, I DO NOT diagnose, but I do listen, I do believe, and I hopefully empower women. Without my intuition, I don't have much, and I work with women to trust their own intuition, to go back to their doctors, or even find a new doctor who will listen to their patients. We know what we feel, we know what we are experiencing, and we are being dismissed, told it's normal, and gaslighted into feeling like we are overreacting. We are not, you are not. It's real and it can be difficult to diagnose, but doctors must first listen and believe their patients.

Check out Dr. Karan. He gets it...

Here is another article validating that medical gaslighting IS happening and explaining the possible reasons why. It also makes suggestions on how to recognize it and possibly combat it.

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month;

here is more information about it:

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