Trauma is like a punch to the gut.
Our body is often unprepared physically to feel a traumatic experience, and we don’t have a way of processing it. We all hold trauma differently in our bodies – and sometimes we’re not aware we’re holding it at all.
While our bodies may hold on to the energy of past traumas, our spirit often takes flight when we experience or witness a shocking, frightening or life-threatening event. In this self-protective process, known as “soul loss,” part of our life force energy retreats to a safe place.
And thus was born one of the shamanic healers most important roles: calling the soul back home.
In this special one hour LIVE event with shamanic practitioners Linda L. Fitch & Mary Agnew, you will:
• Understand some of the symptoms of soul loss
• Learn how shamanism works so effectively with trauma
• Experience a self-guided soul retrieval, utilizing a shamanic power animal
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An accomplished teacher, mentor, shaman and coach, Linda L. Fitch is passionate about discovering and sharing tools and practices that can help you become the very best version of yourself.
A practicing shaman for more than two decades, she has trained thousands of students in personal development and shamanic healing techniques. The former Dean of the Four Winds Society Light Body School of Energy Medicine, she is known for her innovative programs, workshops and classes that integrate her experience and training in shamanism, ceremony and ritual, dream work, NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP) and more.
She has worked directly with shamans and healers of the Andes and the Amazon, and leads multiple sacred journeys each year to the high mountains and jungles of Peru. She also maintains an active personal healing and coaching practice, working with clients around the globe.
Mary Agnew is an evidential medium, intuitive, and shamanic practitioner who has worked with the spirit realm for two decades. She began her healing career as a registered oncology nurse and later in the field of mental health, both of which deepened her interest in working beyond the confines of traditional western medicine. Always drawn to the spirit world, she was led further in that direction through her intensive study with native Peruvian shamans and realized that mediumship was another path to helping people in their healing journeys.
Mary has studied and demonstrated with world leaders in the field of mediumship, such as Mavis Pittilla, Tony Stockwell, Lynn Probert and others. She has been to Peru multiple times to study shamanism with the Q’ero, the shamans of the high Andes, and has completed training with The Four Winds as well as extensive work with Linda Fitch and Jose Luis Herrera.
Drawing upon all the modalities available to her, Mary crafts individualized healing sessions and is available for private work both in person and remotely, as well as group work. Mary resides in Missouri and Montana.