Clarity: Exploring questions about your relationships, career, and/or life purpose
Decording: Releasing Relationship Issues
Cords are energetic attachments from one person to another. The closer or more intense the relationship, the stronger the cords can be. Cords exist between all people with whom we have relationships.
- Dysfunctional Relationships
- Mother and Child
- Past Partners
- Co-workers, Bosses
When these relationships become disharmonious, stifling, co-dependent, obsessive and/or abusive, the cords no longer serve us, but drain us instead.
These cords most often are connected at the chakras (energy centers in the body), but may also be found in other places within our energy bodies. Cords often look like appliance plug-ins, tubes, tree roots, or rope. If you are experiencing these symptoms, decording will help.
Shamanism of Yoga and the Yoga of Shamanism
You say,”What?”….. Shamanism and yoga are ancient traditions, with both giving us new ways of perceiving ourselves, personal empowerment, and direction in life. We often journey through our lives from a place of lack (I want) to a place of abundance (what I can offer).
Yoga can lead us to our inner Shaman, which means tapping into the healer within, opening the mind and freeing the body to release deeply held samskaras, or energy blocks, that lie buried within the subconscious.
Yogis and shamans view the world as a physical world.
Traumatic experiences are embedded in the body — near a joint, muscle, meridian, internal organ, or chakra. Yoga and shamanism help us delve into the root of our traumas and experiences to find healing on physical and emotional levels.” I began incorporating shamanistic principles into my client coaching, healing and yoga practice, imbuing each with a new richness. Shamanism and observation brought to my practice a direct awareness of energy moving through my body, a visceral understanding of what each asana offers.
The pathway of Yoga with Shamanism begins with the breath, to calm and still the mind and become centered within the temple of the body while honoring and then softening the mind. Savasana (Corpse pose) and guided meditations are used as shamanic journeys, portals into what is referred to as “the underworld”—the subconscious. As we venture into the vast, unexplored areas of our mind, we begin to disconnect, dissolve and release what holds us back.
By looking into ourselves we learn who we are, and this energetic shift in awareness is palpable.
Having studied and apprenticed in Shamanism and Somatic Archeology with Ruby Gibson in the Rocky Mountains, use these these tools allow me to be more aware of how each moment unfolds, and show me that I have the strength to free myself from fears, vikalpas and samskaras.
What Does Shamanism Mean?
“Shaman” means “the knower” in the Tungusic language. In other words, knowing the self, being cognizant of what’s happening around you and within you. We are all innately shamans, but we’re not trained to recognize it.
According to another one of my early teachers J. Matthews, Shamanism also means “The eternal art of living in harmony with creation.” Through this work, my pure intent is to always help you awaken your inner seer, inner warrior and healer, that potential that dwells within all of us to carve our own path with clarity and strength.
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