Boulder, CO 80303
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There is a yearning in all of us, a call from the soul, to be whole and at home in the Self. Creating the life we most want, and the capacity to access our true Essence, is possible. Many people have forgotten this for various reasons, such as trauma, loss, abuse, illness, recurring crises, addiction, broken heart.
It is my deep desire and commitment to assist those who have forgotten or lost their sense of well being, passion and wholeness, or who no longer believe these are available to them. Our lives are full, even when things seem aimless and ungrounded. We each carry a range of emotion, from joy to despair, from desire to apathy. Often these feelings are occurring simultaneously. We all need guidance and support at times to help us navigate our interior landscape. There are many ways to come Home to yourself. I would be honored provide body-centered psychotherapy or shamanic services through your profound journey.
Statement of Intent - There are certain spiritual, sacred ways that I live by and that live in my heart. These ways and my faith were born of my own heritage, blended with a number of other traditions which share common basic tenets, values and spiritual beliefs. They are respected and appreciated. I do not call myself a Shaman. Based on years of training, initiation and a profound calling, I am a Shamanic Practitioner. I have no interest in “playing Indian," nor do I seek to profit from Native American traditions in any way for myself. I intend to continue to learn, grow and refine my knowledge and craft for the betterment of others. I'm committed to counsel, lead, teach in an ethical and respectful manner. Shamanic methods are only administered with clients' explicit permission and knowledge. I care deeply about being of service to my clients, students, community, and the Native American women and men in prison where I volunteer. It's been taught in different healing modalities that an offering in sacred reciprocity is appropriate when one receives a healing or attends a circle or ceremony. I don't charge people to gather in prayer. For quarterly/seasonal celebrations, I do request an offering. Any monetary funds received are not kept for my own benefit, but help me to provide support to the Native American women in the Denver women's prison, such as supplies for handouts, donations in the form of sacred herbs, Native foods on feast days, "treats" and/or supplies for quarterly celebrations, etc. I have accepted the responsibility to be an advocate and volunteer there.
From The Owner
Greetings! I look forward to being of service, whether it's counseling, mentoring, Shamanic services. I welcome you to have a look at my website, or contact me directly. I'm available some weekends, if needed. Blessings, BJ