Shamanism

What is Shamanism?

It is the most ancient spiritual practice known to mankind. It dates back at least 40,000 years. Some anthropologists believe even longer-100,000 years. The word ‘shaman’ comes from the Tungus tribe in Siberia means spiritual healer or one who sees in the dark. Shamanism is practiced globally. A shaman is a man or woman who uses the ability to see ‘with the strong eye’ or with the heart’ to travel into hidden realms. The shaman interacts directly with the spirits to address the spiritual aspect of illness, perform soul retrievals, retrieve lost power, as well as remove spiritual blockages.

I am a natural intuitive. The sacred safe space I create enables my client to feel more at ease thus allowing their own healing to unfold. I then use shamanic techniques to work with the client’s energy body. The client may experience any number of reactions or feelings to this sacred-mother therapy; perhaps a profound sense of peace, an ‘aha’ moment or even an emotional release of letting go.

Who May Benefit?

A person experiencing grief and /or pain emotionally or physically. A person feeling empty like something is missing. A person looking for insight or guidance from their Guides. A person wishing for stress reduction. A person wanting to experience something sacred, potentially profound.

The work can be done in person or non locally.

Session Charges:

Shamanic session £85 1 hour 30 minutes – 2 hour

Facetime, Skype, Zoom,WhatsApp sessions are accepted due to COVID-19.

I also am doing sessions at Ilkley Healing Centre please contact me if interested.

I also facilitate despacho ceremonies for all occasions please contact me if interested

“I am always careful about who I work with and let into my energy field. Eileen’s work is deep and gentle. I feel completely safe and cared for by her. The work with her enabled me to move on with my life, feeling freer and more empowered at a time when I was dealing with huge transition, delayed shock and trauma, and old negative influences. I will continue to go and see her as and when the need arises”.

– Linda K.