No one can or need tell you what to know or believe, because you know profoundly and simply though your own direct experience”.  Susan Mokelke President FSS

Shamanic Journeying sessions give clients the tools to receive regular guidance from the shamanic counsellors of non-ordinary reality. As in dream work, the answers lie within, private sessions teach journeying methods to resolve unanswered questions, release limiting beliefs and receive practical wisdom, enabling the client to move forward with ease and confidence.

Commitment to the transformative process creates the intent to shift outdated attitudes and responses, overcome constraining fears; thus creating new patterns of possibility, play and potential.

Shamanic Healing sessions are capable of facilitating a catalysing healing process creating gentle release of negative emotional experiences. Soul loss results in vital energy continuing to be siphoned off into past situations, shamanic healing centres one into a present power-filled state of being.

“This younger (me) is feisty, funny, extremely inquisitive and honest.We shared lots of conversation on the way home, slow to start but we are just finding our way together again, so no rush and I am enjoying the gradual integration. I think she is making sure it is safe to stay…I am feeling honoured that she has joined me again and I feel the integration is getting much stronger so with respect and love we (these two pieces of me) continue to become one.” JM

A healing may also clear  energetic toxicity, cleansing the client, and freeing them from any psychic dross so easily collected in our people filled city life. Our own toxic thoughts may add to this depletion, a reminder to us all to live according to the adage – ‘ do as you would be done by.’  Be wise to the thoughts you send…

To book shamanic journeying sessions for dream work or healing;  email via this site’s Appointment page.

My shamanic work follows the principles of Core Shamanism as taught by The Foundation for Shamanic Studies (FSS). My experience with Elisabeth von Madarasz, John Broomfield and Mohan Rai in Kathmandhu has also been invaluable.