Shamanism

The word "shaman" comes from the Tungus tribe of Siberia and means one who sees in the dark, however shaman is used as a generic term to refer to medicine people of these ancient ways from all over the globe.

Shamanism is an ancient practice of wisdom that dates back to the first people to have walked on the earth, it has been practised around the globe for tens of thousands of years. Shamans work with the understanding that everything is alive, has spirit and consciousness and that everything is connected by the web of life. It is part of the role of the Shaman to bring people together in balance with this connection and harmony of the spirit of life and cycles of nature. Shamanism understands that what makes up our outer world is a reflection of our inner world and vice versa, we can learn how to use Shamanic and law of attraction principles to create the world we dream of living in!

The common thread between Shamans of different cultures across the globe, including African, Celtic, Aboriginal and American is the journey into other dimensions and worlds to contact the helping spirits for guidance and healing. This is often done with the use of percussion such as a drum beat or a rattle, to help shift the level of consciousness.

Shamans do not work in linear time therefore they are able to travel into what we know as the past and the future for guidance and healing. Working with people on matters of disharmony or disease, believing that disease comes about through a lack of spiritual connection or a spiritual trauma of some kind.

The Shaman is a channel for spirit to work through to heal disease and imbalance. Working with the individual to bring them guidance, retrieve power and soul parts and empower them to manifest their dreams and ambitions.