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Shamanism is the oldest Spiritual practise known to man. There is evidence to show that it is about 100.000 years old. All our ancestors would have practised it before various religions came along. It is resurging at this time as it seems Shamanic principles are so sorely needed in modern life.

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Jo Ward

Jo Ward - Shaman

Jo has worked for nearly 10 years with 121 clients.
She has had great success helping clients to move through their blocks and releasing old emotions.

Issues have included:
Bereavement, heartbreak, OCD, abuse, bullying, nail biting, sports performance, phobias, spirit release to name just a few.

Based in Richmond, Surrey, Jo offers both hand healing... [read more]

Counselling
Hypnotherapy
Life Coaching
Mindfulness
NLP
Reiki
Relationship Therapy
Shamanism
Tension and Trauma Releasing
Theta Healing
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Verified Therapist Sudhi Salooja

Sudhi Salooja - Shaman

Sudhi is a Shamanic Practitioner, Colour Ray Master and a musician trained at The Royal College of Music. As a founding member of the Laughing Rainbow Mystery School, she has led meditation & healing groups since 1987. She offers Shamanic healing sessions, Land & House healing, Flower essences and loves... [read more]

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Dean Addams

Dean Addams - Shaman

My name is Dean Addams and I am a MBACP accredited Gestalt Practitioner. I have been counselling for nearly two decades. I am in private practice seeing individuals and couples for Counselling and longer term therapy. I work short term or long term work, as required. I do offer concessions for... [read more]

Counselling
Relationship Therapy
Shamanism
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Verified Therapist Carol Fieldhouse

Carol Fieldhouse - Shaman

Are you …
Exhausted all the time, no matter how much sleep you get?
Feeling more sensitive to all sorts of things?
Finding relationships more challenging than usual?
Wanting to move on in life yet feeling stuck?
Looking for a new direction in your life and true happiness?

Life is for living!
You CAN find peace and deep... [read more]

Bioresonance Therapy
Homeopathy
Shamanism
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Verified Therapist Mary Szymanski

Mary Szymanski - Shaman

My focus is on helping you to move through challenges and to release unwanted energy. I work intuitively, according to what I feel is right for you in that moment. The sessions almost always involve shamanic healing using the time-honoured practice of drums, rattle and voice. However, as I am guided... [read more]

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Shamanism
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Hat Sare

Hat Sare - Shaman

Hat Sare is a reader of ascension keys, invoking change at a cellular level.

As Quantum Healer, Seer and Shamanic Practitioner, Hat works closely with Sophianic Energy, the Source Field (or Akashic, Mimir's Well, etc), Horse and Yew, as well as other animal, plant, fee, Inner Earth and galactic guides.

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Reiki
Shamanism
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Verified Therapist Suborna Afrin

Suborna Afrin - Shaman

I am a spiritual healer who is on a mission to help others to heal themselves 🙏🏼

Crystal Therapy
Reiki
Shamanism
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Julia Crabtree

Julia Crabtree - Shaman

I work in private practice in Bath, offering long and short term face-to-face therapy to individuals and couples for a wide range of issues. I also offers supervision for counsellors and psychotherapists.



Counselling
Psychotherapy
Relationship Therapy
Sex Therapy
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Lorna Hunte

Lorna Hunte - Shaman

My name is Lorna Hunte and I have practiced as an Angelic Reiki Healer, Animal Healer, Spiritual healer, Shaman, Reiki - Healing Drum, Medium and Teacher since 1999. I mainly channel energy and use Therapies which is a gentle holistic approach to treating the whole person spiritually, mentally, emotionally... [read more]

Crystal Therapy
Energy Medicine
Healing
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Shamanism is the oldest Spiritual practise known to man. There is evidence to show that it is about 100.000 years old. All our ancestors would have practised it before various religions came along. It is resurging at this time as it seems Shamanic principles are so sorely needed in modern life.

For example: honouring the earth, the air, the water systems on this planet - living in cooperation with the environment, in harmony and respect. We have come far away from this basic intelligence, as illustrated by climate change and ocean pollution.

Shamanism has been practised around the globe and has therefore evolved into many different forms according to the culture of the nation or continent. There are branches such as: Celtic, Siberian, Saami, South American, Inuit and African Shamanism to name but a few. Certain Shamanic Cultures use substances as part of ceremony or for the journeying process. The practise of Core Shamanism or Universal Shamanism uses no substances and incorporates Shamanic techniques common to all the differing cultures.

Shamanism is medicine for the soul. People often turn to this healing practise when medication is not helping them or only covering a small part of the overall disease. During a Shamanic healing session, the practitioner is likely to first chat and connect with the client, then journey to their own healing guides to ask what treatment is needed.

A common ailment treated in a session would be Soul Loss. The premise to this is that when we have a trauma in our lives, a little part of our soul essence departs. This is a coping mechanism....if less of you is present, the pain in that moment is diluted. This happens to all of us. But over time, this can lead to soul loss, a gaping sense of emptiness and loneliness within. From this comes the tendency towards depression - or addictions, to help fill that gap. The practitioner will bring back the soul parts ready and willing to return. This process is called Soul Retrieval. As more of the essential soul energy is returned, the client feels more present, energised and empowered. This energy gives strength and momentum to the healing process for body, mind and soul.

Other likely Shamanic treatments are Extraction, Curse Unravelling and De-possession.

Extraction is when something is sticking to you which is unhelpful. For example, stress maybe dragging your energy down. This will present itself to the practitioner and then be removed with a set of Shamanic techniques.

Curse Unravelling is the technique used if you have put a self-curse on yourself or another has thrown some ill wishes on to you. For example, if you are unable to forgive yourself for some action in the past, you may have created a self-curse. In difficult relationships or family set ups, when intense situations arise, a very heavy energy can be thrown onto another. These Curses can be removed using a set of healing steps. This is a very liberating process for the client.

De-possession is when a lost spirit is stuck and has latched onto an individual. This is a draining and sometimes alarming experience for the client. The spirit can be compassionately and safely moved on into the light and the client will immediately feel lighter and freer.

Buildings and land need healing sometimes. Lost souls or dark energies can lurk in certain places and create a sense of misery or heaviness. The Shamanic Practitioner can move these lost souls on towards the light and then pour healing energies into the building and land. This can be a great relief if it is the family home! A successful House Cleansing session can make someone change their mind about selling their home as they may feel suddenly far more nourished and comfortable there.

A Shamanic healing session typically lasts two to three hours and one to two sessions should show improvement in the client's condition. Tasks are often given to the client after the session to help them integrate the healing. The more that someone is prepared to commit to this process, to take responsibility ultimately for their own healing and engage fully with the advice given during the session, the more benefit they can expect to reap.

It is recommended to choose a Practitioner from an allied body of teachers.

Choosing a Practitioner from a website such as these should be a reliable method of selection. Some of these Teaching organisations don't give their graduates a Certificate - but they don't list anyone on their website who has not trained with them. The Practitioners are also required to present some clear and detailed Case Studies of clients they have worked with. So Practitioners are monitored before being listed. They also have a peers support forum in case someone feels to refer a client onto a specialist in a certain subject - or if advice is needed on an unusual situation.