Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is Shamanism?
Shamanism is a set of ancient techniques that can help heal abuse, depression, anxiety, accidents, divorce, and other traumas. When other therapies aren't working, a session of shamanic healing therapy can create a breakthrough. A spiritual counselor who uses shamanism engages your spiritual guides and can be very effective in developing spiritual gifts and abilities. This could be called spiritual healing because the spiritual team does the work, not the practitioners.
Q: What happens in a session?
In a session, the practitioner calls on her spiritual allies to connect the client with her spiritual team. That strengthens the person's life force, or chi. Then, she removes any energetic blocks. Finally, the practitioner brings back those soul parts, or self parts, that stepped aside during trauma. In psychology, that is called dissociating. Traditional peoples had safe and efficient way of getting those parts back called soul retrieval.
Q: What's the difference between a private session and a workshop? How do I know what's best for me?
In a private session you will receive a personal healing removing energetic blocks and bringing back missing parts of yourself or soul retrieval. In a workshop, you'll learn basic shamanic skills. If you are not sure what is right for you, send me a message and we will discuss it.
Q: Can you give an example?
If a client has had a heart ache, chances are there is a block in the heart center. Once removed, the person can feel more peaceful.
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