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Shamanic Healing

Shamanic healing is a spiritual practice where a shaman or healer acts as an intermediary between the spiritual and physical realms to facilitate healing. It draws on ancient traditions and rituals found in various indigenous cultures worldwide. Unlike practices involving substances such as ayahuasca, peyote, or Yahe, this shamanic healing primarily utilizes sonic drive like rhythmic drumming, rattling, chanting,  to induce an altered state of consciousness.

In this altered state, the practitioner connects with spiritual guides, ancestors, or energies to diagnose and treat illnesses, emotional disturbances, or spiritual imbalances. 

Shamanic healing aims to address the root causes of issues and promote healing and transformation on all levels—physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual—by restoring harmony and wholeness without the use of substances.

shamanic healing

Techniques used in This shamanic healing include:

  1. Soul Retrieval: Retrieving parts of the soul that have been lost or fragmented due to trauma or life challenges.

  2. Energy Extraction: Removing negative energy or spiritual intrusions from the individual's energy field.

  3. Divination: Seeking guidance and insights from spiritual sources to address specific issues.

  4. Power Animal Retrieval: Connecting individuals with animal spirit guides for protection, guidance, and empowerment.

  5. Healing Energy Passing: Transmitting healing energy to restore balance and harmony within the person.

Shamanic healing is recommended to individuals seeking:

- Emotional healing from past traumas or unresolved issues.

- Spiritual growth and connection.

- Restoration of inner balance and harmony.

- Exploration of personal potential and life purpose.

- Relief from stress, anxiety, or depression.

- Support in navigating life transitions or significant life changes.

- Healing of physical ailments through addressing underlying spiritual or energetic imbalances.

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