“I’ve got this lump in my breast,” I said to my husband. Shook up, he sat down in a chair. He’d been through the breast cancer journey with his mother. He had to hold her hand while she was having a lumpectomy under local anesthetic.
This was the beginning of my health-related journey.
My husband usually asks, “Would you consider doing ___?” But when he heard about the lump in my breast he said, “We need some other way of talking. I’m asking that you to do something other than ‘consider.’ Would you please take immediate action? Okay?”
I called at 7 AM the next morning to make an appointment. The staff took the situation seriously and set up my appointment at 2:30 pm that same day.
- Communication with God and Goddess
As I drove to my appointment I prayed and asked the God and Goddess for Their input.
Suddenly I felt calm inside as They answered, “It’s not cancer.”
Still, the doctor examined me and said, “I don’t know what that mass is. Time for you to get your first mammogram.”
- Communication with People
When I got home, I told my husband that I didn’t think it was anything and told him not to worry. I learned later that my comment provided him with no relief from his worries. He later said, “I would have appreciated if you had told me that you had communicated with the God and Goddess. Why? Because when you said, ‘I think’… I didn’t know what that was. Maybe you might have been in denial.”
Telling people you love what’s going on is important. I could have relieved my husband from much of his burden of worry by just letting him know what the God and Goddess told me.
Ultimately, I had both a mammogram and an ultrasound test.
The results? Benign cysts.
Still, I’m invited by my doctor to continue monitoring the situation.
In summary, remember to make good efforts to communicate with both the Gods and your loved ones.
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