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When you do the Soul Repairs, can you detect the mind patterns of the patient which caused his condition? Particularly in cases when we're physically sick and subsequently we get better because of the repair of the field by the shaman; but the mind pattern is not really healed. It's common sense that if the roots are still intact there will be malformations again eventually, experiencing the yo-yo effect. I read all the testimonies on your web-site and I encountered many stories about people seeing images of the initial "trauma". In my own work with myself, I can see the general mind patterns, but could never "get in touch" with the real scene from childhood when the primal negative imprint was done. Hence, I cannot fully release and integrate it. I know that this is very subjective matter, but still - are you talking about the post self-healing process after the Shamanic Journey? I guess that this is the function of the Post-Journey conversations on Skype?
The Post-Journey integration is an integral part of the process, that’s why I have added 2 additional Skype talks after the Pre- and Post-Journey conversations.
What I see or detect during the Journey is quite different for every individual. No two Journeys are the same. What you call the “mind patterns’ are ‘corrected’ in most cases, but even so, there is often the tendency to ‘revert’ to the ‘old program’ from memory – that’s why the follow-up sessions are useful, to minimize the chances of this happening. I always explain more about what you call “the initial trauma” in our first talk – the “initial trauma” is in many cases not the perceived “initial” one at all, it is only when the cumulative snowball effect permits something to actually register as “trauma” that we perceive it as such. Sometimes a completely different (and possibly much earlier and less significant-appearing) event may lie at the root of the challenge. But again, it’s different for everyone.Close
I've been hearing a bit about these "Shadow Men" that people see during sleep paralysis. A few cases I've heard about them were really perplexing, rather terrifying and hard to explain. Like one story where two people who were in the same bed saw them but each some them in two different forms (albeit at the same time). What's the explanation for this? Better yet, how can one defend against them, assuming they are not part of a person's psyche?
During my training and afterwards in my work, I have encountered many instances of what you seem to be referring to as ‘Shadow Men’. They are, in my experience, parasitical astral constructs who feed (mostly) on fear.
There are other types of parasitical astral constructs/entities with different ‘dietary choices’ (such as other strong emotions, beliefs, etc).
They may or may not be part of the person’s psyche, depending on how one defines the ‘boundaries’ of the psyche.
The best way to deal with such parasitical astral constructs is to close/dismantle the receptors that enable them access to your energy.
Imagine an electrical device with a power chord & plug, that needs to be inserted into a wall socket in order to work/feed.
What would happen if/when there is no socket in the wall?
Remove the corresponding sockets/receptors from yourself and those parasitical astral constructs will loose interest and will most likely look for another ‘socket’ to feed from.
It even often happens that such parasitical astral constructs run out of ‘sockets’, and then they simply dissipate, not unlike astral religious/mythological creations that no longer have enough ‘believers/sockets’ to feed on.
I hope this helps.
Unified Perception and Archetypal Memory - are these something you teach? I would like to be able to tap into my Higher Self for answers and blend inner polarities. What are inner polarities exactly? Are these the Dark and the Light polarities?
Yes, there are teachable methods of reaching/approaching a state of Unified Perception and tapping into Archetypal Memory. Those teachings are offered via Skype as 1×1 training sessions and are part of our Counseling Services. A training course of between 4 and 8 sessions is usually required to cover the basics, and one can always progress from there. Regarding the Blending of Inner Polarities, this refers not only to ‘Light’ & ‘Dark’, but to anything of a dualistically divisive nature, such as ‘Male’ & ‘Female’ energies, ‘Projection’ & ‘Perception’, ‘Logic’ & ‘Emotion’, ‘Pleasure’ & ‘Pain’, ‘Future’ & ‘Past’ (artificial divisions of ‘time’), etc… Blending those (so-called) ‘polarities’ via innerstanding their nature and subsequently moving beyond them is one of the major keys to tapping into one’s Essential/Innermost/Core Self (not ‘higher’ self, which is another divisive, hierarchy-promoting and dichotomy-perpetuating model).
I also feel it necessary to add that ‘polarities’ are not ‘absolute’ concepts. Perceived reality is relative, and Polarity is more like a Continuum rather than a clear-cut ‘Black & White’ dichotomy. Ask yourself this: On a thermometer, how can you tell where ‘cold’ ends and ‘warm’ begins? Whenever you encounter dualistically divisive concepts, presented as having ‘absolute’ extremes (such as Light/Dark, Male/Female, Good/Bad, Real/Imagined, Happy/Sad, Higher/Lower, etc…), my suggestion is to always ask: “Compared To What?”
I hope this helps.
I sometimes find myself having spontaneous out of body experiences during sleep. Can you give me any advice on how to induce these OBEs at will?
Thank you for your inquiry. Although this Q&A section is not intended for personal advice, acquiring the ability to induce OBEs at will is one of many areas that we are able to cover under our 1×1 Counseling Services. It does takes training and proper guidance, but if you are meant to succeed, you eventually will. Alternatively, there is a lot of material on the Internet and in books on how to achieve this state. Some materials are better than others, so it’s a matter of discerning what works for you.Close
I was wondering if I may have any missing soul pieces, due to the fact that I have had 2 strokes within 10 years and I am still struggling with the effects of the first stroke. Could there be other causes for my strokes that are more than physical? Is it possible for something other than just physical to be going on as well?
According to your description, you may be missing Soul Pieces, even if only as a traumatic aftereffect of the strokes. Still, for every Effect, there is a Cause (this is a Universal Law). The Cause may often be of a Spiritual nature, even if the observed Effect is physical in manifestation. In cases of long lasting physical effects, it would be recommended to first have your Soul Pieces restored, and only then proceed with a series of Counseling Sessions to receive both mental/spiritual training and remote energy support for jump-starting your own internal healing process. See Testimonials for case reports.Close
For a few months now, I've been experiencing constant fatigue (regardless of how much I sleep) and a general sense of boredom or apathy to everything and everyone around me. Could that be as a result of lost soul pieces? I didn't go through any major trauma which I can point to as a cause, so I was wondering if a shamanic journey could help me shed some light on my situation.
The symptoms you are describing are usually classical indicators of lost soul pieces and a fragmented energy body. Of course, there might be other factors contributing to that, such as changes in nutrition, workload or social circumstances (to name a few). A Shamanic Journey, performed by an experienced shaman, may assist with identifying the root causes of those symptoms and initiate the recovery process.
Since you mentioned ‘trauma’ in your question, we would like to take the opportunity and remedy some misconceptions about this term. Most people only associate trauma with major, dramatic events with negative connotations attached. While this is not entirely wrong, it is a rather limiting view of what trauma means. Trauma is everything that leaves an impression on us, ‘great’ or ‘small’, ‘good’ or ‘bad’, it doesn’t matter, everything we experience leaves a mark on us, changes our tune like scratches on the record of our life. As an example, winning the lottery can be just as traumatic as loosing all your life’s savings, both events will leave a profound impact on you, just from different degrees on the Emotional Continuum. Traumas can also be very mundane, such as a miscommunication at the office, bumping into the table corner, laughing too hard, loosing a small item, etc, etc, etc… One major trauma can shred our personality to bits in a nano second, while a plethora of minor ones can have the same effect over decades.Close
This might sound a bit dumb but, would I need to perform chants or wear traditional clothing for a shamanic journey? I don't really feel comfortable with those kinds of things and was wondering if there's a way to avoid it?
Your question is a legitimate one and not at all dumb. Every shamanic culture throughout history has developed its own ceremonies, chants and dances which helped them connect to other realms and if you would compare the rituals of those cultures, you would find many parallels between them. Mainly, they are all methods of inducing alternate states of consciousnesses. Now, while these ceremonies are valid ways to reach the shamanic state, they are not the essence but merely tools. An experienced shaman who can travel ‘between worlds’ at will, does not need them anymore. On the receiving end of the Shamanic Journey there is even less need for any kind of ceremonial activities, as the journey is performed on a non-physical level, within an estimated time window. You, the client, can carry on with your daily activities or be sleeping in your bed for all it matters. With that being said, if you feel inclined to meditate, chant or simply lay in your bed during the appointed time frame of the Journey, you are, of course, more than welcome to do so.Close