The meaning of respect:
~ is to take notice of,
~ to regard with special attention,
~ to regard as worthy of special consideration.
So how can women with breast cancer relate to the word RESPECT? In this case it is disrespect. Breast cancer can be related to the fact that the child never felt noticed or given special attention. The child is not necessarily young as within all of us we have a inner child that wants to be healed. This belief system can be carried through to any relationships she has as an adult. If the breast cancer is on the left side, it would relate to females/mothers/women. If the Breast Cancer is on the right side relates men/father/males. This is a belief system that the young soul has taken on due to an experience and perception. Then seeing it a s a belief or truth, the girl repeats the pattern and magnetize to her a partner or person that will repeat the pattern of:
1. not taking notice of her
2. will not regard her with special attention
3. will not regard her with special consideration.
The respect can also be that the women does not see herself as worthwhile for what she has created or done in the past. As a result of the women’s own belief systems of not feeling worthwhile, valuable or of any interest to herself or others, she repels any loving attention.
One of my clients, Annie, had created breast cancer and the core issue was resentment. She continually attracted to her men that treated her with disrespect and disregard as though she was nothing and not valuable. However she also treated herself that way too! Annie never put herself first and never gave herself attention. How she did this was if she reached a great deal or had success in her work, she did not acknowledge it herself. She was extremely hard on herself and criticised herself. As she did this to herself, she also noticed others did it to her too. When Annie went to dinner with her friends, she always put herself last and put herself down. People eventually mimicked her words actions and gave her no special consideration. Little did Annie realise that as she did it for herself, the outside world would show her through manifestation what she was doing. Annie also had a secret that she told no one – she suffered with depression and thought herself as invaluable and not worthwhile. She never knew how much of a difference she made to people’s lives. This is something she could never tell until our third session. Once she was able to say it, be aware of it then she could commence the healing process. Annie, commenced journaling every day how worthwhile she was and how she changed peoples lives. She also had homeplay of making herself a priority and speaking up. I am so excited to share that Annie is fully recovered from her breast cancer and lives a life of abundance and is extremely successful in her own Counselling Business.
Copyright Jean Sheehan
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