Shamans, healers, dancers, mystics and actors, they all access the same multidimensional realities and share a common hidden tradition.
They are able to lay aside their ordinary and social identity, consciously giving space to experiences from other realms. They create a bridge between our separate reality and other dimensions. This mediation plays a vital healing purpose for it allows the unseen to reach us, retrieving the fragmented parts of our soul, expanding the awareness of who we truly are, both in light and darkness.
Shamans, healers, artists and energy workers are not special or superhuman people, with skills and gifts requiring complex initiations, trainings and ordeals. Each one of us is a potential shaman and healer. The only difference is whether you consciously express this potential or not.
In my courses I like to work with open-minded individuals, who are gracefully determined to give space to their natural gifts. These talents only require the courage to be acknowledged and implemented. Being open-minded does not necessarily mean to be receptive to new or alternative ideas. It essentially means to be open to the knowledge that spontaneously abides within yourself, giving it priority in the way you manage your life.
Uncovering your talents first involves identifying the source and root of your natural gifts, and then systematically release all the impediments and blocks to its expression and growth. Here the most important task is to acknowledge, challenge and transform the conditioning which prevents you to be who you truly are, the inner programmes that keep telling you that “you can’t do it!”