Tales of Shamanic healing

“A shaman can serve as a healer, story teller and a keeper of wisdom, but most of all, shamans radiate a light that uplifts everybody. In our culture, we tend to focus on methods and forget that the greatest way we can offer healing to the world is to become a vessel of love.” – Sandra Ingerman

Join the Metaphysical Study Group on January 13 to listen to Saddlebrooke resident Kenny Emerson share some amazing stories of healing. Kenny is an initiated shamanic practitioner and teacher dedicated to helping people find peace, healing, and fulfilment using the ancient techniques of core shamanism. There are more and more resorts opening, such as this organisation, which offer this kind of healing experience. It’s spoken of us as being incredibly enlightening no matter what kind of struggle you’re going through.

Shamans believe that all illness (physical, emotional, mental) and misfortune is caused by a loss of personal power and that restoring a person’s power can facilitate healing. Through the use of ancient shamanic arts, the shaman works with their helping spirits to bring the client back to a full state of wellness and well-being. The techniques of power animal retrieval, soul retrieval, and intrusion extraction are most commonly used for this type of work, often with profound results.

Not all people who seek shamanic healing experience the same results. Shamanic healing can manifest in many different ways. People receive what they need at that very moment in their lives. Quite often people receive healing for situations they are not even aware of. The readiness and commitment of the client, the need to learn lessons from the illness or situation and the complexity of the problems all play a part in the outcome. Kenny will discuss how the shaman approaches these situations and different techniques that may be helpful.

Kenny received his training through the Foundation for Shamanic Studies in Mill Valley, California, with world renowned anthropologist Michael Harner, Ph.D., Susan Mokelke, J.D., Sandra Harner, creator of Harner Shamanic Counseling, other FSS faculty and with Sandra Ingerman. Kenny has a private practice in SaddleBrooke, Arizona, where he offers the traditional shamanic arts of soul retrieval, power restoration, psychopomp, shamanic drumming for healing body and spirit and clearing ceremonies for the home and land, and he specializes in sound healing with drum, rattle, singing and flute.

He offers shamanic counseling using the Harner method of teaching clients to journey and find answers for themselves. His mission is to help people heal and also to teach them to use shamanic techniques for themselves so they can create a better life and a better world. He has been part of many healings, both as a practitioner and recipient of the work and feels blessed to have been called to this ancient art.

Please join the SaddleBrooke Metaphysical Study Group on Wednesday, January 13 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the SaddleBrooke One Activity Center, 64518 Galveston Lane. There is no charge and all are welcome. Yearly dues are $15 if you want to become a member. Check out our new website at www.SaddleBrookeMetaphysical.net. For questions contact Susan Parker at 314-3610.