Shamanic Healing & Past Life-Regression

What is Shamanic Healing?

Shamanism is an ancient wisdom tradition of honouring the divine healer and wise teacher within. This dynamic medicine empowers us to learn from the tapestry of our lives which is woven through our personal experiences, collective consciousness and the ancestors that have gone before us. When your body speaks to you in the form of pain or dis-ease, when relationships are challenging or falling away, when you are feeling stuck and having trouble finding clarity or you are struggling to create your dreams, your spirit is guiding you to a new level of healing. In the falling apart and complete surrender lies the potential for the deepest and most powerful blessings of your life, for they are your birthright and your soul’s highest calling.

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The Philosophy Behind Shamanic Healing

Shamanism honours our connection to the Spirit in all living things, for not only are we a part of Nature but we are also a reflection of it. Just as an acorn seed holds within it the template of a majestic oak tree, you too hold within you the template for the fullest expression of the majestic Being you truly are.

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What techniques are integrated into a typical Shamanic Healing?

The word “shaman” originates in Siberia and means “one who sees in the dark”. Shamanic healing guides you in a loving, supportive way to bring to light the wounds that are ready to be released. Through the integration of modern and ancient healing methods transformation can occur at all levels of your being. Techniques that we may use together include; acupressure, reflexology, reiki, sensitivity rebalancing, sound healing, journey work, past life regression, drumming, guided visualization, exploration of belief patterns and channeled messages from Spirit.

“It takes courage to push yourself to places that you have never been before… to test your limits… to break through barriers. And the day came when the risk it took to remain tight inside the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

ANAIS NIN