What is a Power Animal Retrieval
This is a one hour 30 minute to two hour £65
A personal power/power animal retrieval is a shamanic method used to connect us to helping spirits that show themselves in the form of an animal or as an aspect of yourself These helping spirits can provide us, our family, our community and even an organization or country with power, protection and support.
A power animal retrieval can help restore personal, family, community and organizational power. In shamanic cultures, it is considered to be more healthy and beneficial to live a life with deep connections to our power animals. Power animals are one of many potential helping spirits that we enter into spiritual relationships with.
Reasons to have a Power Animal Retrieval
- If you are having frequent accidents,
- If your family is stuck in a rut
- If you are facing difficult challenges that seem insurmountable
- If you are experiencing feelings of chronic fatigue and weakness
- If you are having trouble moving past painful relationships or traumatic experiences
- In situations of past or present domestic or sexual abuse
- In relieving physical illness related to immune deficiencies or weaknesses
- Suffering depression
What will happen during the treatment
You will stay fully clothed throughout the treatment, I will explain the outlines of the treatment to you, then you will lay on the treatment couch wrapped in a blanket. you will have a cloth placed over your eyes, this helps to relax the body. I will beat a drum to help me journey into spirit world to connect with my power animal , I will also use a rattle beside you and around you at various times. Your retrieved power is blown back into the body. After my journeying I will explain what I saw and heard with you. you can ask any questions here that you wish. you then need time for the power to integrate back into your body, at this point I will give you some Reiki and Sekhem energy healing. At the end of this treatment we can talk a little more.
It is important that you do not drink alcohol or take drugs 24 hours before the treatment and 24 hours after the treatment. If possible after a treatment take as much time as you can to relax and rest.
What Is Shamanism?
Shamanism is often described as “the first spiritual practice of humanity,” with traditions and techniques that can be traced back more than 5,000 years. Evidence of shamanism has been found in every culture and on every continent throughout the world since the dawn of mankind. More importantly, its legacy, methods and belief structures can be useful today in personal growth and healing. People when seeking to balance their life often find that embracing a personal spiritual connection is essential. Science has begun to support this idea by affirming the benefit of a strong spiritual connection in maintaining health and fostering healing.
The word shaman comes from the name given to traditional healers of the Tungus people of Siberia, and it roughly translates as “one who sees in the dark.” This description means that many shamanic practices involve meditation, often with eyes closed to help discover the nature of a problem and determine potential solutions. The shaman “looks” into dark places in the person, the community and the planet, and finds how to bring them light, hope and healing.
The most basic belief of shamanism is that everything has a significant spiritual component. In fact, a shaman believes everything exists as Spirit in its ultimate nature: Every person, every animal, every tree, every illness, literally every single thing that exists. Moreover, this Spirit can be accessed, engaged or encountered in ways that bring about positive change to enhance the quality of life, relationships and health.
Is shamanism a religion?
The practice of shamanism is a method, not a religion. It has coexisted with established religions in many cultures. In Siberia, you’ll find shamanism coexisting with Buddhism and Lamaism, and in Japan with Buddhism.
Shamanism is also not exclusionary. They don’t say, “We have the only healing system.” In a holistic approach to healing, the shaman uses the spiritual means at his or her disposal in cooperation with people in the community who have other techniques such as plant healing, massage, and bone setting. The shaman’s purpose is to help the patient get well, not to prove that his or her system is the only one that works.
What is a Power Animal
Power animals are guardian spirits, similar to the concept of guardian angels or spirit guides. We all have them, whether or not we are consciously aware of them. Children are more aware than adults, children are still connected to the divine and mother earth , we see this reflected in their strong and loving attachment to toy animals and pets. Also we have all seen young children smiling and laughing into an empty space, they still see what we cannot. We have lost the ability as we have grown.
Many indigenous people believe that childhood cannot be survived without the guardianship of these spirit allies. They protect us, keep us full of power, health and enthusiasm and prevent negative energies and illnesses from entering our energy field. Sometimes a power animal leaves suddenly for unknown reasons. When this happens, the person becomes disempowered and the result is misfortune and/or illness.
From a shamanic point of view, one of the four main causes of illness is considered to be a loss of power. A power animal is typically one of the first spiritual relationships a shamanic practitioner will restore, restoring lost power.
As humans living in modern times where we are far removed from our connections to Mother Earth and Spirits, it is common for people to lose their power, to unknowingly give away their power and/or have power stolen from them. The power we are talking about here is the ability to define yourself or having the energy to create, we are not talking about physical strength and your ability to to be Hercules.
Without power we have a hard time accomplishing anything – even the day to day tasks of caring for ourselves can become a hard task to complete.
Usually, we have more than one power animal in our lifetime. Some show up for shorter time periods and specific teachings while others stick around for our entire life. All power animals are equal, a rabbit is just as powerful as a bear, a mouse just as powerful as a wolf.
After your power animal retrieval if you were connected to a power animal find a unique way to engage its energy. Spend time in nature with the power animal, put a picture of it in your home or office somewhere and try eating foods it likes.
Do you notice any subtle changes in how you feel or where your attention is drawn to? Are any of your senses heightened? Do you feel more powerful, protected and supported?
This treatment is suitable for anyone regardless of age but is not a substitute for traditional medical care by your GP, it is a complementary therapy that may be used in conjunction with conventional medicine. Should you be aware of any reason why this treatment is contraindicated for you or you have a serious health problem, please consult your GP