Are you an intuitive? Or is intuition something weird and hard to believe for you? In this episode of High Frequency Healing, Maryanne Sea, a woman who had to live in extreme isolation from the world, in a room known as a ‘bubble’, joins HFH host AngelaMarίa to share her experience of self healing. In this episode, they discuss the meaning of intuitive healing. Maryanne Sea, MSW, discovered the power of intuition in healing as she was recovering from severe Environmental Illness. During that experience in the “bubble” she developed her intuition. When she recovered, she began to teach others. She introduced Intuition in Healing courses to nurses, doctors and other health professionals at many Australian hospitals, and also taught at four Australian universities. She has been part of the Master of Wellness degree program at RMIT University, Melbourne. She is the author of The Healing of a Sensitive and she is working on a new book entitled Reunion, whose focus is pre-birth sentience and communication. Listen in to hear how you can develop your intuition to understand the emotional, mental and spiritual content of any illness you may be enduring.
Hello, this is AngelaMaría, one of the SuperPower Up! hosts, and you’re listening to High Frequency Healing show. The only difference between where you are to where you want to be is the actions you take here and now to heal your life. So, let’s take a deep breath, and be here and now.
I invite you to enjoy this time together, so here we go. Let’s welcome Maryanne Sea to my show today. We will be talking about the meaning of intuitive healing. Maryanne, MSW, discovered the power of intuition in healing as she was recovering from severe environmental illness. In order to heal, she had to live in extreme isolation from the world in a room known as a bubble. Here, she developed her intuition and call upon it to understand the emotional, mental, and spiritual content of her illness. When she recovered, she began to teach others. She introduced intuition in healing courses to nurses, doctors, and other health professionals at many Australian hospitals and also taught at four Australian universities.
She was the first coordinator of the Mind-Body Healing course within that Master of Wellness Degree Program at RMIT University in Melbourne. She is the author of The Healing of A Sensitive, and she is working on a new book entitled Reunion, whose focus is pre-birth sensations in communication. She has been a frequent guest on Australian radio shows and has appeared in documentaries, news, features with ABC U.S.A, BBC UK, and ABC Australia. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan in the U.S.A. So, now, please join me to welcome Maryanne Sea. Maryanne, thank you for being here.
Good morning. Thank you so much, AngelaMaría. Thank you.
Oh my God. I got goosebumps just reading your stories, so let’s just start asking you, what’s your healing super power?
Well, as I was recovering from environmental illness, it became obvious that my sensitivity to chemicals, mold, and everything else had in it a sensitivity to other people’s feelings, their thoughts, their traumas in their past. So, I began to discover that I could feel other people’s bodies inside my own body. In fact, it may be one of the reasons I was so sick. I couldn’t tell the difference between someone else’s feelings and my own. This capacity to feel other people’s bodies inside my body is what I have been using for about 25 years in my healing work.
Wow, Maryanne. We are going to go deep into this really big super power. Will you please take us back to your early years and name one memorable life lesson that is useful for you today?
I actually think it would be from a time that I was in my first bubble. Just so people know, your listeners know, a bubble is a room with really nothing in it. In my case, it was a nine by 12 room that had two chairs in it. I slept on the chairs and that was it. The answer to the question does relate to my early years. One day, I was getting ready to go out to the bathroom, and I could do that if I held my breath. I couldn’t be in the bathroom breathing because the fiberglass bathtub would affect me, and I would be very sick. I was about to go to the door and open the door and hold my breath, and when I put my hand on the doorknob, I got the pain. I got the pain that I would get when I was near chemicals.
I quickly said to myself, “How can I get the pain? I’m still in my bubble. I haven’t gone out yet.” So, I did it again. I put my hand on the doorknob, and I got the pain. I said to myself, “Am I scared of getting out of this bubble?” Then, I said, “Am I scared of life? Do I really not want to be in my body and be here? Is it all too much for me?” Of course, it relates to my childhood and even before birth, in my case. Yes, it was too much for me, and yes, I was, at a very deep level, trying to get out of life and of course found myself in the bubble.
Wow. Maryanne, I know we’re going to go deeper, but I can’t wait to ask you this. Do you believe that that moment, when you were asking those questions to yourself, is when your intuition or your higher self starts talking to you, and you were able to listen?
Yes, yes. Before that, my doctor was brilliant. She saved my life, but we were approaching it primarily physically, which is basically stay away from everything. I literally sat on a chair all day and slept on the chair at night, and we had nothing near me at all. We just hoped. We hoped that my immune system would get stronger, but in that moment when I touched the doorknob and I said, “My God, I’m scared of life,” I do believe my capacity to know through feeling, I didn’t think it, I felt it, was initiated, and it became an incredibly important part of my healing.
Wow. Maryanne, where can people go to find out more about you?
I would say my website is the best place and that’s just my name, www.maryannesea.com.
We’ve been talking with Maryanne Sea about the meaning of intuitive healing. When we come back from this short break, we are going to talk more about her healing super power. Stay tuned. We’ll be right back.