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Shamanic Healing

A question was posed to us recently during a talk Beth and I were giving. The question was, how do you get rid of the lasting effects of the trauma from the loss of a child? We only site our own experiences when we give this answer; communication from our kids that have crossed over, time and shamanic energy healing. We have documented some of the signs from our children in various videos on our YouTube channel I’m Married To A Shaman. The passage of time helps to create that sense of understanding. That leaves Shamanic energy healing.

From a Shamanic perspective there is a luminous energy field (LEF) that surrounds the physical body. That energy field contains the blueprint of who we are and what we are. When we experience a trauma, it can leave a dense energy imprint in our LEF. That imprint will create changes in our LEF that can manifest physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. These traumas could have occurred in this lifetime. They could have occurred in a previous lifetime, and we are bringing them forward. They could be the result of energies being directed at us either consciously or unconsciously. They can also be passed down from mother to daughter and from father to son.

Each trauma will affect one of your body’s chakras more than the others. The affected chakra along with the shifting of our LEF by these dense energy imprints is what creates our reactions. It is why we feel fear, guilt, or anger. It is why we continue to find the same abusive partner time and again in our life. You must be able to not only see the LEF, but to be able to work at that level to clear those dense energy imprints. A shamanic healing will accomplish that. A gifted shamanic healer will be able to track the energies of that trauma back to the original source of the wounding and give you insight into that trauma.

Conventional therapy and counseling are valid options and should be considered. The inclusion of shamanic healings with therapy and counseling can create remarkable shifts in the process of recovering from and understanding the traumas and actions in you life.


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