As a child my father spoke of how our family line was rooted in a nature based belief system, which we refer to now as Celtic Shamanism. Both of my paternal Grandparents were from Ireland, and as a kid, my Dad would teach me Gaeilge. He also played the spoons, a traditional musical instrument in Ireland, originally played using animal bones.
My mother also comes from a Celtic background. Her ancestors were from Cornwall. The Cornish can trace their roots back to the ancient Britons. Her family line is believed to originate from the Celtic Cornovii.
What drew me to Shamanism was not only my family lineage, and link to Celtic Shamanism, but knowing that sovereignty was at the core of Shamanism. Shamanism supports everyone's ability to directly communicate with the spirit world and promotes sovereignty over every aspect of your life. There is no dogma or hierarchy in Shamanism. You have the ability to directly connect to your ancestors, helping spirits, power animals, and source. Your spiritual experiences are sacred and valid, and will never be questioned or diminished. For more information on Shamanism and the Shamanic healing modalities I use, please click here.
After a decade of Shamanic practice I felt called to a specific Reiki Master. I didn't know much about Reiki, but kept feeling pulled. The Reiki Master I studied with is not only Shamanic, but is also a gifted animal communicator.
During my first class I was amazed at how connected I felt to the practice. Although Reiki provides healing in a much different way than Shamanism, it is very complimentary. It has been life changing for me, and for the clients I have worked with. I am grateful that I discovered Reiki and that I am able to share it with others. For more information on Reiki please click here.
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