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Soul Retrieval Drum Journey- The Villages
February 17, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Why Soul Retrieval?
Have you ever felt like you lost a part of yourself when after a relationship break up, a car accident, death of a loved one … or perhaps you just didn’t feel right, you didn’t feel well, or walked around with some sort of anxiety or fright? When one has experienced a trauma of any sort, whether a moment a go, in childhood, or even lifetimes ago, there is an energetic loss of one’s essence light that can occur, attributing to soul loss. This trauma can create distortions in one’s energy bodies, blocking the ability to experience joy, happiness and clarity of one self.
For any one person to experience the fullness of life, it is important that that person is able to be fully present in all aspects of self. Imagine the soul’s essence is light. If for any reason that light has been displaced through trauma and the drama’s of life, one can experience a lack of Self and a lack of joy for life.
This gathering is aimed at both education about soul loss and soul retrieval, and a focus through the group experience to release energetic blocks and trauma’s in the field of each individual who gathers to allow a restoration of the light within each person.
A sacred container is created to facilitate a high frequency, safe experience. A medicine wheel is opened and supportive, light beings, power animals and spirit guides are called to bring in light and healing energies. A variety of shamanic tools and methods will be used to assist each person through the group experience, along with a soul retrieval drum journey. Rattles, clicking sticks, light drumming, tibetan bowls, bells and singing are typically used to assist in the restoration process. Light and breath will be blown into the crown of each person during the ceremony as part of the experience.
This event is designed for empowerment of each individual, to assist him or her in the ability to absorb more light into his or her being and to be present to his or her divinity.
Email Barbara Bohnstedt or call her at 352-350-7322 to register and get the location.