Wednesday 24 March 2010

Introduction to Soul Retrieval

There is a free shamanic workshop called Introduction to Soul Retrieval taking place this Sunday in London.

The description for the course says:

"All living things have the capacity to experience soul loss as a result of trauma, loss, illness or grief. Human life is often made up, either in small or large measure, of these things and there will be very few people alive today who have not experienced some degree of soul loss.

"In an ordinary reality sense this is, of course, merely a description of the human condition. We've all lost something or someone, life goes on; isn't the best thing to grow a backbone, grit the teeth, stiffen the lips and pretend? From a non-ordinary reality viewpoint, soul loss is the essence of disharmony, threatening not only individual lives but those who touch them, spreading soul loss like a virus, moving through generations like congenital disease. Most importantly, however, from a shamanic perspective, soul loss is far from inevitable and, like disease, can be treated successfully through the healing practice of soul retrieval.

"A free workshop on soul retrieval is being be held at The Open Centre in London on Sunday, March 28th. If you would like to know more about shamanism in general, and about soul retrieval in particular, we hope that you will join us to participate in the sacred space of shamanic healing and learning."

This workshop is free, however a small contribution towards running costs is appreciated.

Please do not contact the Open Centre as there are no reception facilities; to book a place email

Times are from 10am – 5pm. Venue: The Open Centre, 188 Old St. London EC1V 9FR. For more details or to book, call 07847 894453 or email

Please note that this free workshop replaces the two-day Adventures in Shamanism course that was running over the weekend. The photo above shows the seminar space.

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