Sunday, January 31, 2010

Silver Pines ~ Invitation to Surf



Neo-Shamanism is on the rise! This video artfully depicts a Soul Retrieval. Shamans work to uncover the spiritual form of an illness which can ultimately manifest as physical or mental disease. I love how the guy has a cigarette hanging out of his mouth as he gets an energy healing...tobacco is a sacred herb after all! The goal of Soul Retrieval is to heal imbalances and collect parts of an individual's fragmented soul that have been lost due to traumatic events, physical or emotional abuse, or addiction. The ultimate objective is to return a person back to a state of wholeness and well-being. Shamans use a technique called "sucking" to remove intrusions in the spiritual body. Spiritual parasites in this case are depicted as credit cards and such. Once the Shaman removes the intrusions or drives out the illness, a jewel is placed inside the man's wound thus restoring his power! A powerful and energetic stone, ruby stimulates the life force and brings the light of the Universe into the darkened recesses of the soul.

5 comments:

BD said...

Greetings, Lady Lavona. Nice, thoughtful New Age blog you have here. Looks like you put a lot of work into it. I'm a Christian/conspiracy theorist with a new blog, and I'm looking for like-minded bloggers to share with. Have a happy Sunday.

Dhoa Renee said...

Interesting video...I like the artistic depiction of this kind of energy work. I'm confused as to the soul retrieval part though. Soul retrieval is specifically going into the universe and retrieving a part of someone's soul that has left...I kind of don't get that with this video though. Especially with the surgery.
Anway, I enjoyed it much it's just a thought.

Lady Lavona said...

Shamans use a technique called sucking to remove intrusions in the spiritual body. Spiritual parasites in this case are depicted as credit cards and such. Once the Shaman removes the intrusions or drives out the illness, a jewel is placed inside the man's wound thus restoring his power!

BD said...

That sounds like it has the potential to be abused for a get-rich-quick scheme. "Doctor, I have many spiritual parasites, so be sure to bring a heaping bag of jewels."

I do believe in spiritual parasites - possibly what the vampire tales were based on?

Lady Lavona said...

Exchanging money for healing services is a topic many contemporary shamans constantly struggle with.

Shamans of Indigenous cultures typically don't exchange money for healing but they are supported by their community.

I just read a great article called "Selling Spirituality"
http://www.singingtotheplants.com/2008/02/selling-spirituality/

And yes, spiritual parasites are definitely what vampire tales were based on! Spiritual Vampires like the incubbus and succubus, demons, discarnate spirits...ect.