Shamanic Healing – How it Works

The art of healing comes from nature not from the physician;
because the physician must start from nature, with an open mind.


We all possess a Luminous Energetic Field that surrounds our physical body and informs our body in the same way that the energy fields of a magnet organize
iron filings on a piece of glass.

Alberto Villolodo, Ph.D. Shaman Healer Sage

All of life including our thoughts, beliefs, emotions and physical bodies is made of energy, and is held together by a Luminous Energy Field.  This energy field or aura has been called many names by different cultures and has been recognized for centuries.  It is the part of us that is eternal, the spirit that lives forever creating new bodies lifetime after lifetime.

When our Luminous Energy Field is out of balance it becomes evident in our lives through the manifestation of disease, relationships problems, negative emotions, or lack of prosperity. People can find themselves out of balance for many reasons such as trauma brought on by abandonment, abuse, injury, or illness.

Shamanism, which complements western medicine but never replaces it, is a powerful modality because each healing is tailored to the needs of the individual. As a Shaman I provide a unique treatment, which holistically addresses what a person needs at the time. I use the ancient art of energy medicine and luminous healing to bring balance back to a person’s life.

Disease & Trauma

Why Disease and Physical Trauma Appears In Our Lives

I heard for years that all disease or “dis-ease” starts at the emotional level. It’s a concept I learned in metaphysic classes. Christian Science, Science of Mind and Unity Church all teach a form of this. Dr. and Myrtle Fillmore, the co-founders of the Unity Church were each diagnosed with terminal illnesses. Both, however, lived to their late 90s by using their words and thoughts to heal themselves.

One of the training programs I attended at The Four Winds Society was Healing the Light Body School taught by Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D. His first statement during class was that he learned to address all aspects of his life, even the physical aspects, in the energetic. The ancient Peruvian Laika practiced the purest and most undiluted forms of this knowledge, and today many Christian, and Buddhist circles as well as other cultures embrace the concept. Understanding the energetic is what drew me to this work.

When we experience an emotional and/or physical trauma the memory of it is stored on a cellular level in our physical bodies and in our energetic field as a blockage. Because our aura is manifested through our many lifetimes these blockages will follow us into our present life. Blockages to our luminous energy flow can also be imprinted from painful, traumatic, or difficult situations experienced in childhood. Eventually these blockages can manifest in our physical bodies.

Shamanic ClockThis diagram illustrates how this happens.

Take a clock and divide it into four quadrants.

From 12 – 3 o’clock is our luminous energy field/etheric/fire element

From 3 – 6 o’clock is our mental/air element.

From 6 – 9 o’clock is our emotional/water element.

From 9 – 12 o’clock is our physical/earth element.

Everything starts at 12 o’clock and works its way around. When our luminous energy field gets damaged (1st white quadrant) our mind wraps around it with painful memories. We then experience destructive thoughts such as “I’m no good” or “I hate myself” (2nd yellow quadrant). Next our emotional pain wraps around it (3rd red quadrant). At this point there is only one place left for it to go, and that is the physical (4th blue quadrant). In order to heal the manifestations in our physical bodies we need to clear the damage to our luminous energy field.

The healing process clears the energetic, removing the mental and emotional blocks that are manifesting in the physical. When this is done, the physical body can do what it knows how to do best, heal itself. Once we start to bring ourselves back into balance we can begin to experience tremendous joy, vitality, and health. The Laika called this being in Ayni or balance.

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