The Irish School of Shamanic Studies is is proud to announce the first in our list of in-house winter Shamanic workshops @ Atlantis Castlebar holistic store & therapy centre, Linenhall street, Castlebar, Co Mayo. This one is called “Finding yourself” Soul retrieval in the modern world. Over the course of our lives we have lost many different versions of ourselves through frights, traumas and negative events. Each time a piece of us leaves through these experiences, we enevitably become weaker, our natural energetic immunine system is compromised and we become susceptible to illness of many forms. This is known as Soul fragmentation. To truly heal, it is vitally important to gain back these lost parts of ourselves through Soul retrieval. This is one of the corner stone areas of Shaman ism that helps us with the guidance of the Shaman and Spirit to travel to otherworlds including the middleworld to re-connect and gain back what we have lost. This will ultimately make us whole again. Bringing us back to our true state, our true selves in our full and deserved power. While we suffer Soul loss/fragmentation we are set off balance from our natural energy field, we can feel lost, confused, fearful, vulnerable, lacking in motivation, low self esteem and the list goes on. In Shamanic philosophy, all mental health conditions are a direct result of Soul fragmentation. All addictions are a result of Soul loss with the common theory being that all addictions are a result of trauma in one shape or form, the trauma then resulting in Soul loss being the connector between addiction and soul loss. Not alone do we retrieve these lost parts of ourselves through Soul retrieval Shamanic journeys sessions, we also heal from these past negatives and elliviate and diminsh the fears associated with these events. No more a circumstance of past wrongs by others. No more the individual that lives their lives by past negative events. Soul retrieval will give us the opportunity with strength and courage to face these fears with concerted effort, resulting in not alone bringing home your soul pieces but to stand strong and proud in this world void of the fears of the past. The Irish School of Shamanic Studies and Shamanic practitioner/teacher Aldo Jordan will be presenting this three part in-house evening workshop called “Finding yourself” “Soul retrieval in the modern world” This takes place on Thursday 25th November Atlantis Castlebar store and therapy centre, Linenhall street, Castlebar. 7pm to 9.30pm and for two further consecutive Thursdays. Total cost is €90 for the three parts. A €20 deposit is required that will be deducted from the final workshop price, pay as you go. We will be connecting with our Shamanic otherworld journeys in each workshop to help retrieve your lost soul pieces.There will be three manuals for the three workshops. Key topics will include Soul loss through bereavement, sexual & physical abuse, bullying, relation break ups, stolen soul pieces, serious accidents, with addictions being another key topic .. etc. Together lets bring back these ancient healing practices in the most stunning of ways. Please PM or call Aldo Jordan facebook page. Call/text 086 3750 250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings and further info
Through my daily routine as a Shamanic practitioner and teacher, I find myself answering the question, at least to the best of my ability! “What is Shamanism”? Various different people ask this question and I need to find different ways to answer it all depending on who is asking. By saying this I mean at what place are they at from a spiritual context.
An article based on Soul Retrieval
By Aldo Jordan,
Shamanic practitioner & Teacher with the Irish school of Shamanic studies
If i asked everyone the honest question of how much of your genuine self have you lost through your timeline (lifetime) to this present day, what would you say? Or would you understand what the question is ?How much of your essential energy essence has left you?
I have written a number of articles with the same heading, but written in different ways with the same meaning.
Bealtaine is one of the main Celtic fire festivals of the year. A time to welcome in summer, a time to welcome growth and fertility. A time to celebrate the Sun in all its might and a time to put the animals to pasture after a considerable amount of times spent indoors out of the cold depths of winter.