Shamanic Soul Retrieval
This course is not for beginners, you will need to have at least completed our Shamanic Journey weekend or an equivalent beginners course. You will need good journeying skills and strong, trusting connections with your Guiding Spirits.
The concept of soul retrieval is based on the belief that much of our physical, emotional and mental suffering results from soul loss at times of trauma. When we experience trauma, part of our soul separates from us as a form of self-defence to protect us from the trauma. Occasionally soul parts may even be unconsciously ‘stolen’ by another person trying to replace their own missing parts. Returning missing soul parts open the potential for dramatic improvements in our physical, emotional and mental well being.
Full price: £120. Concession: £100.
Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th February 2017: Non-residential
Saturday 12:00 noon–8:00pm — Sunday 10:00am–5:00pm
Avalon Community Centre, Glastonbury, UK
On this course you will experience:
- The most relevant soul part being returned to you.
This will not necessarily be the last part to leave, it will be the most relevant part, the loss of which is affecting you now.
- A better understanding of why that soul part needed to leave.
The soul part leaves as a survival mechanism, also to allow us to learn and evolve from the traumas of life, which are always learning experiences.
- Looking after all those involved with this event.
Until the needs of everyone and everything connected with the event are met, then on some level it is still happening
- Meeting with a Guide who will help you to integrate the returned soul essence.
This guide will help you to integrate the returning soul part in a gentle loving way, bringing more wholenesss and purpose into your life.
- Using a Fire Ceremony to release energy that does not belong to you.
We take energy from each other when we feel envious of someone else or something someone has or seems to have, but we cannot use this energy, it just weighs us down. As we release it we free up more space for the returning soul part to fill.
Would you like to apply for this course? Simply fill in the form and submit it to us.
Concessions are available to seniors, full time students, recipients of government benefits including job seekers allowance but excluding child and working tax credits. If you are applying for concessionary rates, you can now upload a scan or photo of your benefit entitlement. Alternatively, you can post a photocopy of your benefit to the office for our records.
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