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What Would This Session Help You With?

The seemingly unsolvable problems, dilemmas, difficulties and life challenges that other endeavours have achieved little or no movement within. 


This is because there is a revolutionary experience of life that can open for us beyond the limitations of what we’ve believed is possible and these seemingly unsolvable situations can be transformed. 

You do not have to believe anything for our shamanic work to be effective. You simply have to be willing to experiment with the guidance, resources and practices that emerge from our work together.

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"Everything has its own frequency, own vibration.

Energy is Spirit in that form, that expression of Creation.

I work with Spirit at this deep energetic level."


How Does A Shamanic Session Help?

To paraphrase Jesus, “the kingdom of energy surrounds us, but we don’t see it…” Until we do. Then, a revolutionary new experience of life beyond the limitations of what we’ve believed becomes possible. The seemingly unsolvable problems and difficulties we face can be transformed. “Problems” become situations – and situations resolve into beneficial outcomes.​

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A Few Ways Through Which I Help

Using Shamanic Energy Work

Dowsing General and For Health & Wellbeing 

Divination Card Decks as Language

Shamanic Practices

Sacred Sound Healing 

Hands on Healing via Reiki

Harmonising the Energy of People, Animals, Places, Buildings, Land

Locating Areas of Geopathic Stress Affecting Health, Trees, Plants

Flower Essences, Herbs, Essential Oils

Ritual & Ceremony

Past Life Healing

Past Life Regression

Forward Life Progression

Ancestral Memory Healing

Releasing Ancestral & Personal Life Ties That Bind

Soul Part Retrieval

Soul Contracts

Cleansing Homes, Buildings, Land of Harmful Disruptive Energies

"I know you are tired but come,
this is the way."


"When you do things from your soul,
you feel a river moving in you,
a joy."


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