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Shamanic Healing Can Guide You to Health, Peace and Happiness


Shamanic Healing & Lessons

Shamanism (Native American spirituality) is a spiritual practice used to find and heal the imbalances that limit health, peace and happiness.

• Release past trauma, fears, etc. • Remove negative energy • Restore power • Soul retrieval • Remove spiritual intrusions

haman Elizabeth Herrera is a healer and author dedicated to helping people believe in miracles. She practices shamanism (Native American spirituality), and is the author

of the books Shaman Stone Soup, Earth Sentinels: The Storm Creators, Of Stars and Clay and Dreams of Heaven. Natural Awakenings spoke with her:

Shamanic healing is used to find and heal the spiritual imbalances that limit health, peace and happiness. Trough the visionary process of shamanic journeying, I achieve deep connections to the Divine that allow me to offer healing and guidance.

Shamanism is the oldest known spiritual practice in the world and is still practiced by indigenous people on every continent today. While there are many different rituals, one commonality is the shaman acts as a catalyst between this world and the spirit realm.

I personally have found the practice of shamanism to be life changing. Te connec- tion to the Divine power has opened my mind to the wonders of the unseen world, which affects every aspect of our lives and even the entire universe. Trough shaman- ism, I have learned that we are all connected—the earth, sky, nature, animals, winged and sea creatures, and mankind—singing one song of unending love.

To schedule a healing with Shaman Elizabeth Herrera, visit

Her office is located at Te Sagewood Center, 6801 Pleasant Pines Drive, Raleigh, NC 27613. See ad on this page.

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