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technique ENERGY WORK 98 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k j a n u a r y / f e b r u a r y 2 0 1 9 Medical Intuition Making It Work for You By Cyndi Dale Because of the possibilities and complications of medical intuition, I'm devoting this entire column to the subject. After examining the history and practice of medical intuition, I'll explain how it works, examine the four main styles of medical intuition, and offer several guidelines for those considering the intuitive side of medicine. First, what is medical intuition? I define it as the application of intuition to assess the factors potentially causing a client's medically apparent issues. Medical challenges might show up as physical conditions but also as emotional, mental, or spiritual hardships. In summary, medical intuition involves using intuition to help someone heal. The term has gone viral because of Caroline Myss, who burst onto the healing scene years ago. At the time, she was employing her intuitive faculties to diagnose disease processes while assisting Norm Shealy, a physician. Since then, Myss has become an internationally renowned author and speaker on human consciousness and spiritual healing. Her work as a medical intuitive, however, kicked off an ever- burgeoning interest in the subject. The explosive awareness of medical intuition could lead us to believe that the practice is somewhat new. It's not. One of the most famous medical intuitives of recent times was Edgar Cayce, who died in

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