Through shamanic soul retrieval you can recover a part or parts of your life force that are missing, and thereby a more joyful, healthy, and strong sense of self!
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Every living being enjoys the vitality of life we call soul, or life force. Most people are born with their soul fully intact, which allows them, at least as children, to know who they are and what they want, to have the energy to pursue what they want, to trust how they experience the world and other people, and to know where they leave off and where others begin.
However, part of this essence, or soul, may be lost, most often through trauma. The trauma to the soul may be sudden, as in the cases of a physical injury, an incident of abuse, or the loss of a loved one; or it may take place gradually, as in the case of long-term neglect, lack of sufficient nourishment, or ongoing exploitation.
Soul loss can take place at any time in the course of one’s life. The soul may leave the body to survive a trauma; this is why rape survivors often describe watching the rape take place from a vantage point across the room from where it happened, and why people who have had a general anesthetic will sometimes remember floating above the surgery table and be able to describe the operation that took place.
Soul loss, when resulting from trauma, may be considered a mechanism that allows the individual to survive. It is actually a good thing that the soul can leave the body while a trauma takes place: the problem is not that the soul leaves, but that it does not always completely return to the body.
Sometimes one may lose part of one’s soul through soul theft, in which someone suffering soul loss tries to fill their own vacancy with the vital energy of another. Sometimes adults will give part of their soul away to someone else, usually in a misguided attempt to assist or to form an intimate bond.
Regardless of its cause, soul loss can lead to a lot of suffering. In fact, it is the most serious diagnoses known to shamans, our earliest known healers. Shamanic cultures consider soul loss to result in serious imbalances not only for the individual sufferer, but for the entire community of which the individual is a part.
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Blessings on your soul's journey home!