Healing comes from within and in today’s society there are so many attributes to ill health. Stress has become a major influence on our health, as has habits such as excessive smoking, alcohol and drugs. Some of us feed our bodies un-healthy food, do little to no exercise, spend much of the day and night in front of some sort of screen, and wonder why our body is deteriorating.

As part of the healing process, we need to recognize our part in being ill, un-healthy, out of balance. We all need to start taking some responsibility for our own actions, for the way we treat ourselves, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

As we are a whole being, we need to treat our whole being, each of its aspects. As long as we neglect one part of ourselves, we can never enjoy true health.

As a Shaman, I have used many different techniques / tools to assist others on their healing journey, and that is exactly what healing is, a journey. A one off treatment can make a huge difference, and many people choose to just keep receiving treatments; but true healing is a continual journey, a journey of self-discovery. As you set out on that journey you will discover what your body needs, not what you decide it needs, and that goes for body mind and spirit.

There are many ways to assist yourself with your own healing such as:

  • Regular meditation
  • Regular yoga or other meditative movement
  • Self-hypnosis
  • Self-development
  • A balanced diet
  • Sleep
  • Exercise
  • Fresh air

You can also assist with your healing by:

  • Reducing your stress levels
  • Reducing your anxiety
  • Finding people that support you emotionally

This may be enough for many people to improve their health and wellbeing or to bring a deeper healing from within. For others, this may not be enough, you may need someone to walk with you on your healing journey, that is what I have spent years doing, assisting people to heal through the use of different tools such as:

  • Massage
  • Aromatherapy
  • Reiki
  • Shamanic healing
  • Crystal healing
  • Chakra treatments
  • Aura treatments
  • Integrative counselling / psychotherapy
  • Transpersonal therapy
  • Yoga therapy
  • House and land clearing
  • Cleansing of places
  • Supplements, herbs and health foods etc.

When someone needs healing, the practitioner should look at the whole person, and not just treat the symptoms but actively search for the root cause. Unless you deal with the cause, you cannot possibly hope to receive a full healing, you may nullify the symptoms for a while, but it will return, because it hasn’t actually gone.

Start your journey today, you are not alone, I am here to accompany you along the way.

Always Walk in Peace – Kenzo