This process will help one to heal spiritually, emotionally, and physically. After a journey one may feel a feeling of great peace, inner joy, relaxation, clarity, a clearer connection to all of life and a better understanding of oneself.
Shamanic journey’s are extremely helpful for animals with separation anxiety, emotional trauma’s, skiddish animals, fears, behavior issues, and anything else that one’s animal friend may need that training or communication is not helping with. Animals tend to open up much quicker and move through their emotional blockages much easier than humans. Sometimes the issues can be released by the animal by the first session or they may need a few more to help release the layers of past lives and trauma’s. Also, by having a shamanic journey facilitated for your animal companion who is getting ready to transition into the spirit realm, can assist them on releasing any issues that are unresolved so they don’t have to carry them forward into their next life.
The protocol for a shamanic journey for a human or animal friend is to first set-up an intuitive reading, which is also a separate payment, to see what other underlying issues may be causing this seen trait, characteristic, wound, program, behavioral issue etc… Stacy will read what is coming up around, within, the situation or issues triggering a current problem, sometimes known or unknown seen or unseen, in the present moment. Readings gentle peel away the layers of issues and shamanic journey can go through chunks of issues in a non-invasive or painful way so one does not have to relive that trauma again. Sometimes months or years of therapy on a topic can be healed in a shamanic journey so it stops that viscous cycle and pattern. A very powerful and healing experience!
Please set-up an intuitive reading first then Stacy will guide you from there. Thank you!
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