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Shamanic Healing

Shamanic Healing
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Définition de la psychologie transpersonnelle La psychologie transpersonnelle s'intéresse aux « états non ordinaires » de conscience : l'extase, le sentiment de connexion avec l'Univers, la conscience aiguë de son être profond, le mysticisme, etc. Bien qu'ils soient souvent considérés avec suspicion, ces états seraient non seulement sains, mais représenteraient l'actualisation des besoins supérieurs de l'être humain. Comme son nom l'indique, le trans-personnel concerne ce qui existe au-delà de la personnalité, de son conditionnement et de son petit monde. En tant que pratique, cette psychologie a pour objet la « pleine réalisation » de la personne. Elle se préoccupe par exemple des perturbations résultant de l'enfermement des potentiels prétendument « illimités » de la conscience dans les structures limitées de l'ego – comme cela peut se manifester au moment de crises existentielles ou de ce que l'on appelle des crises d'émergence spirituelle. En passant par Esalen Au-delà de l'ego Des techniques traditionnelles

Shamanism Teachers and Practitioners Formation Hypnose, Magnétisme, Massage, Reiki, Psy... Sacred Circle of the Great Mystery Shamanic Society Drukpa Kunley Drukpa Kunley (1455 - 1529), also known as Kunga Legpai Zangpo, Drukpa Kunleg (Tibetan: འབྲུག་པ་ཀན་ལེགས་, Wylie: 'brug pa kun legs), and Kunga Legpa, the Madman of the Dragon Lineage (Tibetan: འབྲུག་སྨྱོན་ཀུན་དགའ་ལེགས་པ་, Wylie: 'brug smyon kun dga' legs pa), was a great master of Mahamudra in the Buddhist tradition, as well as a famous poet,[1] and is often counted among the Nyönpa. After undergoing training in Ralung Monastery under siddha Pema Lingpa, he introduced Buddhism to Bhutan and established the monastery of Chimi Lhakhang there in 1499. Biography[edit] Drukpa Kunley was born into the branch of the noble Gya (Tibetan: རྒྱ, Wylie: rgya) clan of Ralung Monastery in the Tsang region of western Tibet, which was descended from Lhabum (lha 'bum), the second eldest brother of Tsangpa Gyare Yeshe Dorje. His father was Nang So Rin Chen Bzang Po. He was known for his crazy methods of enlightening other beings, mostly women, which earned him the title "The Saint of 5,000 Women". Lingam

Society for the Study of Shamanism, Healing and Transformation ~ 2013 Conference Gnose de Samael Aun Weor - Gnosis du Christ - Auto-Réalisation Intime Shamanic Healing: A New Look At An Ancient Practice | Awaken by Matt Toussaint: Shamanic healing is a multi-dimensional experience. It engages practitioner and participant on every level: emotional, psychological, personal, spiritual, physical, ideological, etc. The essence of healing itself is derived from an understanding ofwholeness, and so the implication is that to be healed is to be made whole again. In order to be made whole, one must go on the journey of retrieving or reclaiming something that is missing, something vital that causes an imbalance, affliction or suffering. For instance, a very common shamanic healing practice is soul retrieval. From this view of healing, the foundational assumption is that suffering and affliction takes something away from us, something that is vital and belongs to us. This holds as sound and legitimate. This perspective shift is very simple. What changes is not an addition to or retrieval of something that’s gone missing, but rather the unique way the pieces and aspects of ourselves are arranged.

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