Dr. Wright shares how women can use their intuition to decide on the best cancer treatment for them.
Intuition is an amazing word, and we don’t know very much about it. What we do know is that when the body is assaulted, all sorts of things start happening that are new, but are very powerful, and opening up that concept of intuition, that is that the body and the spirit may know things that the mind doesn’t know, and to allow that dialogue, to really become fruitful rather than just putting it aside because you have a task to do, okay. This is the most important task you’ll ever have, and that is this dialogue with yourself and your body and being open to a wide variety of possibilities. That’s the compassionate communication.
It is with the intuition, with the heart, and with the mind; not just with the mind. It is total engagement and allowing yourself to hear things, pausing to hear things internally, and then seeing that manifestation externally, and then having a dialogue with it. It may be a form of treatment that you’ve never thought of. It may be a kind of taking care of yourself that you have never done before. Pause, take it in, and then explore it.
It’s a time for playful courage. You really want to be courageous, but you also want to kind of tap into this other side of self that maybe hasn’t been as well developed, and that releases the healing power because it reduces your stress. Intuition creates opportunities. Choice reduces stress and that it provides you with a sense of empowerment and purpose.
About Dr. Barbara Wright, Ph.D.:
Barbara Wright, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist based in Laguna Beach, California. She has been in private practice for over 30 year. During this time she has developed a method and system of compassionate communication for skillful conflict resolution, be it intrapersonal or interpersonal for individuals, couples, families, as well as schools and corporative situations. This method Metta4All, is the culmination of her life’s work as a speech therapist and clinical psychologist.