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Soul Proprietor

Shamanic healers help clients overcome trauma and find healing through the practice of journeying and soul retrieval.

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Facing the five-year anniversary of her husband’s death, and still grieving daily, Connie Deschamps had no idea what she was going to do with the rest of her life. She’d tried dating, volunteer work, taking classes, and keeping busy, but she was plagued with a sense that her existence was meaningless.“I really couldn’t move forward because I didn’t have an intact soul,” says Deschamps, a retired St. Louis psychotherapist. “To find the happiness, the life potential that was out there, I had to get my soul back first.”Deschamps had learned about the shamanic practice of soul retrieval by reading Sandra Ingerman’s seminal book on the topic, Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self. After taking a workshop with Luisa Kolker, a Santa Fe-based shamanic practitioner, Deschamps decided she trusted her enough to sign up for a soul-retrieval session.“People are spiritual beings,” says Susan Mokelke, president of the Foundation for Shamanic Studies, a nonprofit educational institution founded by anthropologist Michael Harner, who had studied techniques that were common to shamans worldwide and adapted them for …

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