Shamanic Journeying

 

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The practice of Shamanic Journeying
is over forty thousand years old and is
the first organized form of healing.
Shamanism is defined by the
journeying process.

 

 

 

 

What is Shamanic Journeying?
The practice of Shamanic Journeying is over forty thousand years old and is the first organized form of healing. Shamanism is defined by the journeying process. For many clients the experience of listening to a drum or rattle, can help them activate their body and mind’s relaxation process and healing response more easily. One can practice Shamanic Journeying as a spiritual practice for every day living. It brings peace and calmness to one’s life.

How does a Shamanic Journeying session work?
During a Shamanic Journey the Shaman practitioner goes into an altered state of consciousness (meditative state) to journey outside of time and space called non-ordinary reality. While listening to the sound of the rattle the client relaxes and visualizes his/her healing. The Shaman practitioner travels with the help of visualization to retrieve information to help in the client’s healing. Tension is soothed away by listening to the rhythm of the rattle and a deeper spiritual healing occurs. Information from the journey is shared with the client at the end of the journey with the focus on what is needed at this time to help him/her start or continue their healing.

The benefits of Shamanic Journeying are:

• to feel personally empowered in our lives
• to raise our self-esteem in a grounded way
• to access knowledge, healing and inspiration
• to have direct access to spiritual guidance
• to feel valued and loved
• to learn the true definition of power — transformation
• to get out of our heads and into our hearts
• to expand our awareness and consciousness
• to create transformation for ourselves, others and the planet

Shamanic Journeying is a joyful path to regaining the knowledge of how to bring our lives back into a place of harmony and balance.
It helps us to wake up to our full creative potential for health and well-being.

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