Shamanic healing

Healing is nothing more than a complete acceptance and surrender to the way things are

Daniel Léonard
Daniel Léonard & Nur Garriga. Ontario, Canada.

Nur completed a yearlong Shamanic apprenticeship in Toronto, Canada, and three-summer training periods of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) at University of Santa Cruz, California, with Robert B. Dilts & et al. Therefore, she is a certified Shamanic Healing Practitioner and a Neurolinguistic Programming Master Practitioner, Master Trainer and Facilitator, Consultant, and Coach. Blending her skills of NLP, Healing and Meditation, she will help you balance your life and heal your body-mind-spirit as a whole.

Nur realized when she was 10 that her hands had an intuition of their own and that they could restore positive energy in a very natural way. In fact, her grandmother used medicinal herbs to heal others, and her uncle used his healing touch to help cure people. And Nur has always felt a deep need to care for and understand people, animals, and nature.

In 2009, she met a Native American who told her she had a gift and gave Nur an eagle’s feather. Curiously, a golden eagle would become her first power animal to guide her through many of life’s journeys.

Golden Eagle

Some of the Shamanic Practices with which Nur can help you change your life for good are the following:

Power Animal Retrieval (PAR) comprises the calling of your guide or guides (in the form of an animal) to support you and guide you physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.

Soul Retrieval (ST) Any conscious or unconscious trauma that you have gone through in your life has left parts of your soul suspended in the past, and SR involves, precisely, in bringing those pieces of your pure essence back to your present world to feel wholeness again.

Extractions consist of cleansing and purifying your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual illnesses that keep you trapped, fearful, and unhealthy.

With gratitude and humility Nur offers her gifts of healing to others. If you are seeking a Life Change, this is the right moment for you to take care of yourself for real and Soar!

Shamanic Reiki

Reiki, whose origin is in Japan, is an excellent tool for treating physical, mental, emotional and spiritual ailments in a holistic way. 

Asians have been using it for over 3,000 years, but it was not until 1920 when the Japanese monk Usui decided to teach and share Reiki to others, becoming the first reiki master.

Reiki therapy has been recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as an alternative therapy, which is practiced in many hospitals and medical centers as an adjunct to many Western treatments. 

Reiki increases the body’s natural ability to heal, its vitality and energy, and the functions of the body-mind-emotions and spirit. Its treatment, besides reducing stress, chronic fatigue, fears, phobias, addictions, among other diseases of the 21st century, releases blocked energy and helps to release physical toxins. Plus, it promotes relaxation, intuition, meditation, and strengthens the immune system, balances the endocrine system and normalizes blood pressure. 

What’s Shamanic Reiki?

It can be described as the ability to heal and channel internal energies such as intention, thought and emotions on the one hand, and external energies such as lived experiences, the influence of the 5 elements of nature (Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Space/Ether), mother earth, father sky, power animals, and ancestors on the other. All of them contribute to the evolution and awakening of consciousness, and lead to true joy without any attachments.

What does a Shaman do?

“A shaman is concerned with the health and well-being of the entire community, not any one individual or privileged group, and this extends to all plants, animals, and the whole environment. Shamans traverse the spirit worlds by inducing an ecstatic state, which leads to states of trance and spiritual, or sometimes physical, transformations. This state is achieved through different methods, depending on the traditions of a particular culture. North American shamans, like those in Native American tribes, are known to induce an ecstatic state through deprivation techniques like fasting and isolation. South American and Siberian shamans are known to use hallucinogens and intoxicants to induce the ecstatic state, including mushrooms, peyote, Ayahuasca, or alcohol.”


What’s the methodology that Nur Garriga uses?

She is closer to the North American one, which is describe above, because no substances are necessary to induce any state, only energy.

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