When we experience trauma of any kind, we may feel shut down, detached, fragmented, and separate from their body. This response is how the soul protects us from enduring the full impact of a something painful. Soul loss is the result and while the initial stage of soul loss is meant to be protective, enduring soul loss will become problemative for the individual. A Soul Retrieval is the oldest healing practice on the planet. It has been practiced for over 40,000 years by shamans and medicine people in almost every culture around the world.
A soul retrieval addresses the soul loss resulting from trauma. An experienced Intuitive Practitioner or shaman will travel into the realms of Spirit to bring the lost soul-parts back to the individual. Intuitive Practitioners and shamans are capable of entering into a deep state of consciousness, knowing as theta, at will. They go into a Divine Realm, to work with Spirit directly, to heal your energy, find soul parts, address trauma, and relieve the barriers that pertain to soul loss.
What happens when a soul gets “lost”?
I have conducted over 30,000 soul retrievals in my professional life. The soul leaves the unsafe environmet by retreating into another dimension. The soul part does not return without intervention. When soul loss occurs it impacts our mental, emotiona and spiritual health until the retrieval is complete. The soul parts will be in another dimension without realization that the trauma is over or the individual has changed their circumstances. Soul loss can happen during a major traumatic event, witnessing trauma or over time, through very stressful situations.
Signs of a soul-loss include…
Depression, hopelessness, loss of purpose, low-self-worth and persistant sadness are telltale signs of a soul loss. Soul retrieval should not replace medical and psychological treatment but can significant augment healing when other modalities are included.
This encompasses a variety of felt experiences, including feeling a sense of purposelessness, feeling directionless, or worthlessness.
Inability to move past a significant loss, change or trauma will reflect soul-loss that requires intervention.
A persistent feeling of being disconnected from self, life, others. This can include being in abusive relationships, unsupportive work environments, toxic dynamics, and self-neglect and/or abuse.
Persistent use of substances, work, activities, people, places and things to avert being with one’s emotions and needs. Alcoholism, tobacco, marijuana, narcotics, prescription medications, food, sugar, caffeine, workaholism, relationships addiction, sexual addiction, perfectionism, shopping, gambling are some of the symptoms of soul loss.
Incessant negative thoughts and low energy
Anxiousness, intrusive thoughts, insomnia, fatigue, self-loathing, exhaustion not tied to overt physical issues. You will kind of listless, empty and unable to feel inspired.
Inability to make yourself a priority, self-care, or meet fundamental needs.
Difficulty being present.
Ongoing difficulty being present in everyday life, feeling in your body, feeling able to focus and feeling connected to others.
Other symptoms of soul loss include feeling: