OPENING YOUR HEART THIS VALENTINE’S DAY – Jill Raiguel, MFT
Is your heart closed to love? Do you want to open up again but don’t know how? We all want more love in our lives. After a heart-breaking divorce, I definitely closed my heart center. It was just too painful to feel again. But I’d lost my joy. I wanted to open up but I didn’t know how.
Through a caring friend, I discovered shamanism, an ancient set of techniques, that have many effective and safe uses. With the help of a seasoned shamanic practitioner, I learned I’d had a power drain and a soul or self loss. Be connecting me with my spiritual team, I regained the vital force I’d lost from several heart aches. I was able to bring back lost parts of myself that had dissociated. First people call those lost parts soul loss.
Soul loss can be caused by any trauma: abuse, rape, car accident, surgery, divorce, job loss. That soul loss can cause psychological and/or physical problems such as: addiction, depression, phobia, anxiety, procrastination, stress, as well as stomach aches, TMJ, high blood pressure to name a few.
The results? My depression lifted; I lost weight; I’m healthier than ever. I’ve since learned shamanic skills, so I can help others usually in one or two sessions. Fifteen years later I done over 2000 shaman sessions. Although results are never guaranteed, they can be life-changing.
If you have tried traditional therapy and other modalities, and still feel stuck, shamanism may be able to help. It may be able to create the breakthrough you’ve been looking for.
Printed with permission from Abraham Peraza, www.abrahamnperaza.com
Jill Raiguel, California Marriage and Family Therapist for over 35 years, is a soul retrieval practitioner. She is the author of several books and articles including Alternative Healing Beyond Recovery. For a sample chapter visit www.jillibean.com. She teaches her innovative techniques throughout the country to practitioners and individuals alike. To learn more about how shamanism and soul retrieval might help you, email firstname.lastname@example.org.