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« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2009, 07:35:42 am »

 Smiley Mary Summer rain.. author writes about this in mnay of her native American books.. when she is being taught by no eyes.. her guide.


and Alberto Villilo.. in.. Shaman Healer Sage..


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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2009, 02:25:06 am »

Carolyne Myss Has a wonderful story in on her books about a guy who was "dead" who returned to his tribe to die.

They decided he needs to "call his soul back" and nearly drowned the dude but in the process he became more happy and alive than ever in his life. His ailments went away and he is probably still living a happy life.
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« on: July 04, 2009, 04:54:57 pm »

Jill Kuykendall on the ancient practice of Soul Retrieval

For those of us who have ever suffered a serious accident, emotional trauma or loss in our lives there is often a sense of having “lost a part of ourselves.” Many indigenous cultures have gathered around the suffering member of their tribe to conduct a healing called Soul Retrieval, which is generally facilitated by a wise elder member of the tribe called a Shaman. Recently, the western world has embraced this valuable practice, and one of its pre-imminent Western practitioners is Jill Juykendall.

Jill Kuykendall, RPT, is a registered physical therapist and transpersonal medical practitioner, who has worked within the standard Western medical paradigm for over 20 years. In addition to her work in many different healthcare settings, she has functioned as co-facilitator for the Mercy Healing Circle, participated in the Mercy Healthcare Healing Environment Task Force as a community member consultant, and has served as a member of the Sutter Healthcare Wellness and Healing Network. Jill is currently in private practice with the Center For Optimum Health in Roseville, California, northeast of Sacramento, specializing in Soul Retrieval.

Among the indigenous peoples of the world, it is generally understood that traumatic life experiences can result in the fragmentation of our inner, vital essence or soul, and the subsequent loss or disassociation of parts of the self often results, a phenomenon generally known as 'soul loss'. Among the traditionals, soul loss is regarded as the primary cause of serious illness and premature death, yet curiously, it is not even mentioned in our Western medical textbooks, and our contemporary physicians are often at a complete loss at recognizing it as well as knowing how to reverse its effects.

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