What is a Shaman? Shamans are healers who perform miracles/healing. Shamans “see” with their hearts. A shaman works in partnership with a team of compassionate helping spirits (animals, teachers, weather spirits, angels, ascended masters, etc.) to arbitrate on behalf of their community. Shamans do not use their own life force to do this work, but they draw from compassionate universal light to share wisdoms and assist solution finding.
Through shamanism one is reconnected to their original true self and source of power. Shamanic Healing promotes balance within as a person and recovers their true source of light. What we may call “dis-ease”, Shamans perceive as being “de-spirited”.
When I perform Shamanic Healing, I travel to realms of compassion in an altered state of consciousness. At this place I meet my compassionate spirit team and the compassionate spirits connected with the client who works on behalf of my client. I am only a vessel in which to communicate between these realms and the mind/body spirit of the client.
Shamans globally throughout time have found that there are 2 basic causes
The first cause of illness is that there is a presence or something in the body’s energy field that does NOT belong. For this occurrence a technique called Shamanic Extraction is used to remove this presence. Shamanic Extraction involves pulling something called intrusions out of the person’s energy field with the assistance of the compassionate spirit helpers. This energy is then sent to a place where it can be filtered for more positive means. Once the intrusion is no longer present, the Shaman fills the empty space with power.
The second cause is that there is something in the person original true nature of the body’s energy field that is missing. This is called “Soul Loss” and it means that a person is missing a vital piece of their life force. To heal we need to be “filled” with our original spiritual power in order to be healthy. We do this via Soul Retrievals.
The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.