We are all in agreement that we have a physical body.
We can also all agree that physical and emotional illness affect our physical body.
Many of us also believe and understand that prolonged stress on our physical or emotional systems can also cause illness and disease.
Some of us also understand that we are electromagnetic beings and that we have electromagnetic field around us. We have all had the experience of an angry person walking into the room and without even looking at them or touching them we can “feel” their angry energy. We say things like “I just didn’t like his energy”.
What we are “feeling” into is their energetic field. The energy field is harder to grasp as we can’t detect it using our 5 senses.
Shamanic Energy Healing focuses on the energetic field rather than the physical body. Shaman’s refer to this energy field as the Luminous Energy Field (LEF).
Shaman’s believe that illness and disease present in the energy body before they present in the physical body.
They believe that trauma imprints into in a person’s Luminous Energy Field (LEF) and unless these imprints are cleared, we will continue to experience the negative symptoms of these traumas and in some cases trauma repetition.
It is believed that imprints change the vibrational frequency of our energy field, thus organising the world around us to bring us more of the same, acting like a magnet for certain people and experiences. This offers an explanation to trauma repetition.
Shamanic Energy Healing works on the LEF to clear trauma imprints from the field. When they are cleared from the field they then in turn clear from the physical and emotional body and then free us up to natural healing and relief from negative symptoms.
No two shamanic energy healing sessions are identical, although most begin with an initial interview during which the client describes the physical and/or emotional symptoms they are experiencing, as well as problems that may be arising in their life.
I always open sacred space where I work. This creates a stable, safe environment in which to work. Next, I open my personal sacred space, or Wirracocha, around myself and my client. This is the place outside of time where all possibility exists.
A healing sessions take place in my treatment room. Treatments begin with the client on a chair and then the client moves to the treatment table. I usually ask the client to blow the “energy” of what is disturbing them into a healing stone so that it can “hold that vibration”. That stone is then placed on the energy centre (chakra) that has been found to be most affected by the issue that has been brought for healing.
I then spend time working on the client’s energy body while they lie on the table. I generally work quietly and place headphones on the client’s ears so that they can listen to some binaural beats that are designed to relax the client and allow them to maintain an expanded state of consciousness while the energetic work is taking place.
If sludgy, congested energy is detected in any of the seven chakras, I will spin the chakra counterclockwise to open it up. Once the energy is cleansed, the chakra is spun clockwise to rebalance the energy and reestablish the proper direction of spin. As I work, I might quietly describe what I am doing, or I might remain silent. The client, in the meantime, may experience warmth, tingling, emotional release or deep relaxation.
Although I am the only one visible there doing the work, it is believed that once someone is given the “rights of the shaman” as I have, there is a collaboration with the shamans of the ages who come to participate in the healing process. I am in many ways act as a conduit for the healing work to take place.
At the end of the session I will close my Wirracocha and the sacred space
I then will encourage my client to slowly sit up and we discuss what took place, possibly giving my client exercises to practice at home that will assist in their healing process.
In the days that follow a healing session, my client may feel unusually tired or need more quiet time as releasing and energy shifting continue. The transformative experience of healing is reflected in every aspect of life – relationships, diet, job, marriage, how you relate to your children, as well as how you experience wellness and illness.