Do you have the feeling something of you is missing?
Do you feel you need someone else, for example a partner, to complete you?
Maybe you feel a piece of your heart is missing or stayed back in that time, where you were happy? Well maybe it did. After trauma a fragment of your soul stays back in the time where it happened. This is how we see it in the shamanic tradition.
A Shaman can travel to the point and time of that injury and reintegrate the soulpart with you once again, in the HERE and NOW. After taking out the pain and healing the old wounds, the soulpart will feel safe to come back to you and bring back a part of you that you were missing.
Maybe you had the lightness and playfulness, that you liked about yourself, but now it`s gone and so the trust. After the healing you will find all the qualities that you were missing and they will help you to live and create a happy life, where you can be YOU. (completely)
This is how you will be able to transform old wounds into gifts, taking the lessons but letting go of the heaviness and pain.
Soul retrieval is a really common tool, usually the soulparts cannot come back by themselves because there is a light-healing that needs to be done before, so they can be integrated for sure, and feel, that it is SAFE to come back.
After the healing you will receive a personal mantra, with the help of a shaman, that will help you to integrate the part of you even deeper.
I recommend you to find a stone for yourself before the shamanic healing (can be bought or some nice stone that you find on the way) This will be initiated to a talisman for you.
Have you heard of a soul retrieval before?
Have you met a real shaman already?
Did you know that a shamanic healing is a much deeper and faster work to clear wounds and one of the best methods for trauma therapy?
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Shamanism is about shape shifting. Shamanism is about doing phenomenology with a tool kit that works.Terence McKenna