Life's traumatic experiences often force the psyche to suppress painful feelings, to enable us to carry on and function with some measure of normalcy.
However, this takes a painful toll on the soul and the mental and physical bodies.
Traditional shaman view this “soul loss”, the wounding of a person’s spirit due to trauma, as a leading cause of physical and psychological dysfunction.
The primarily unconscious impulse to numb our feelings to carry on, is the psyche’s survival strategy.
The shamanic approach to mending soul loss is to journey into the spirit world and find the incident that caused it. Then, track the lost part, persuade it to return, retrieve the missing part and install it into the client's energy body.
Using this integration process, the person returns into wholeness. In this workshop, we will learn shamanic techniques for traveling to the spirit world, diagnosing soul loss symptoms, developing the ability to “see” the source of our own and others’ traumas and performing a complete soul retrieval with a variety of techniques.
Itzhak Beery is a leading international shamanic teacher, healer, speaker, community activist and author of three Amazon bestseller books. For over 22 years he has bridged the spiritual and practical wisdom his indigenous teachers entrusted in him with a powerful contemporary approach relevant to our stressful and unbalanced modern times. Itzhak apprenticed with Don José Joaquin Pineda a well-known fifth generation Ecuadorian Quechua Yachak (shaman) from the village of Iluman, who initiated him into the Sacred 24 Yachaks Circle of Imbabura. He was also initiated by Shoré, an Amazonian Kanamari Pajè (shaman) on the banks of the Rio Negro. Itzhak studied and assisted for 12 years with Ipupiara Makunaiman (Dr. Bernardo Peixoto) a Brazilian Pajé from the Ure-eu-wau-wau tribe and his Peruvian curandera wife. Additionally, Itzhak studied with elders and shamans in North and South America, Greenland, Siberia and Africa. Some of his contemporary teachers are Michael Harner, John Perkins, Hank Wesselman, Lewis Mehl-Madrona, and Tom Cowan.
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