What is soul loss?
When a human being experiences any type of trauma, physical or emotional, a small part of the soul will fragment off and break away from the whole. This soul loss, which can accumulate over many lifetimes, can literally leave a person feeling lost, isolated and vulnerable. Soul loss is a helpful response in that it allows our essence to remove itself from suffering and pain. Soul loss is the experience of an essential part of us leaving and soul retrieval is the experience of having that essential part retrieved and returned to you. Many of us feel like we are missing an important part of ourselves or feel like we are not quite whole. Sometimes we experience soul loss as a chronic illness or face ongoing emotions such as sadness and anger.Soul loss can occur at any age and a soul retrieval can be done whenever a person is ready for transformation. Sometimes we remember specific events in life that really changed us – for the worse – physically, emotionally and mentally. Then, we realize we’re ready to heal, be inspired and move on!The results of a soul retrieval are unique for everyone. Some people will experience joy, curiosity, or expansiveness and others will feel quiet, still and sleepy after a soul retrieval.
Soul retrieval is perhaps the most powerful healing modality a shaman has to offer. Its origins go back to 12,000 BC to the Tungus tribe of Siberia named one person Sha-mon. Sha meaning ‘to know.’ From a shamanic perspective, soul loss is a common cause of illness. Traditionally, a shamanic practitioner would conduct a soul retrieval within three days of someone experiencing trauma. Today, modern shamanic practitioners seek lost soul parts that are willing to return from any point in life.
Back to the modern day, there is a new version of soul retrieval which is known as IFS. The ability to ‘travel’ through space/time to retrieve all lost soul parts for the client. This service includes negative energy release, karmic release, curse removal and practical messages that may be given to the client.