The most important and powerful part of healing is raising one’s hand and asking for help
Shamanic healing is not recognized in the current western modern culture as treatment for illness and you should consult a recognized medical professional if you have any illnesses or are sick.
But it is still your choice about whether you employ a shamanic practitioner or any so called alternative practitioners. In my experience, a number of clients who come to me do so as an addition to more conventional and culturally accepted routes to wellbeing.
I work with only a very limited number of clients and you are welcome to email me, as I may be able to place your on a waiting list or help you in some other way.
I do not run an ’emergency service’ and do not take on urgent work – you should contact a medical professional for those things. I also have a list of practitioners who I recommend, many of whom can provide remote healing.
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Each person arrives with a unique requirements and it is not wise to assume how work will progress. But it is common for people to come because something is out of balance.
Shamanic practitioners work with what they call spirit allies. Defining ‘spirit’ is unimportant for the work. When a person has asked for help, my focus will be to connect with energies outside of myself and that ‘knowing field’ drives the work.
I use a mixture of tools from a different skill sets and disciplines, although I always seek guidance from spirit allies. Techniques used include shamanic healing methods, rituals or ceremonial work, psychology, counselling, mentoring, and naturopathy. Sometimes, although rarely, I use hypnotherapy.
Much of the work can be carried out remotely, although there is some I would reserve for in person session work.
Everybody I work with needs to agree that they have integration work to do themselves. This work can be challenging, but is essential to give maximum benefit.