A Conscious Retreats Blog Post, Soul Retrieval



What Is Soul Loss?


Sandra Ingerman’s Abstract on Shamanism states that, “There are many common symptoms of soul loss. Some of the more common ones would be dissociation where a person does not feel fully in his or her body and alive and fully engaged in life. Other symptoms include chronic depression, suicidal tendencies, post-traumatic stress syndrome, immune deficiency problems, and grief that just does not heal. Addictions are also a sign of soul loss.”

For those who have misplaced parts of themselves, knowingly or unknowingly, “tremendous amounts of psychic energy” are unconsciously spent searching for the misplaced parts.

What sort of events cause soul loss?


Soul loss commonly takes place after extreme trauma, such as death of a loved one, a extreme accident or illness, a loss (such as a father or mother leaving), extreme fright, sexual abuse or a substantial medical operation. In some instances, soul loss can be brought about by using a devastating relationship breakup or divorce, a huge disappointment, the loss of a business or profession or the witnessing of something horrible (soldiers regularly go through from soul loss which is part of PTSD).

What is Soul Retrieval?


Soul Retrieval, soul healing, or soul return is a procedure undertaken by means of a shaman in which the misplaced soul fragments of an individual are healed and brought back to them, alongside with items and assets in order to assist the person now not solely return to wholeness but to additionally to be capable to move ahead in their life and create the existence of their dreams.

Soul Retrieval using Joseph Campell described the Hero’s Journey


Joseph Campell described the Hero’s Journey as a “monomyth” which serves as a blueprint for many of our myths, fairy-tales, books, and film. This myth is described as a cycle that starts with a section of freedom and innocence. This length of ease is tragically disrupted via a disaster that sends our hero into exile. To overcome these challenges, the hero needs to are seeking for supportive assets to face fears and internal demons. The hero must also come full circle—back to his or her community with new-found gifts and capacities. After relying upon naïve childlike fantasies, the hero ends up a mature person successful of protecting complicated emotions and thoughts in a world that can purpose harm. Eventually, the hero will become a leader, healer, or guide for others.

In the context of Soul Retrieval this takes place following the disruption and is part of a person’s journey seeking supportive assets and facing the inner demons. Healing the trauma to return to your new self. Essentially soul retrieval is a tool that can be used in your journey in returning to wholeness by finding the pieces of an individual, healing them and allowing them to continue on their journey.


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