The journey towards spiritual wholeness and health, greater self-knowing and inner peace is a never-ending life quest. In our modern culture, we are more inclined to see our challenges as pathologies: i.e., what is wrong with me, how can I fix it and how long will that take? We seem to forget that in this dualistic world, areas of imbalance will continue to arise for us to clear and heal and understand. We seem to forget that we are here to learn as much as we can about ourselves in the time we are given. Shamanic healing provides a wonderful landscape for acquiring greater self-awareness and expression, clarity and power. The answer to the question of how many sessions is different for everyone, but it depends less upon the depth of your suffering and more upon the depth of your desire to know and heal yourself.
Here is what one client says: “Throughout my life, I have sought spiritual guidance. First it was through the churches that I was presented with as a child. I then looked to books, astrology, Buddhism, hypnotherapy, tarot card readings, rune readings, past life regressions, naturopathy, and homeopathy. All were helpful. But there is no work that I have found more effective than the work that I do with Jane.
This guidance is effective not only in the moment and on the day of the session. The work stays with me and I am given assignments that I pursue enthusiastically. It is a delicious treat to be Healed. I feel on purpose. I feel alive. My physical condition improves tremendously from this spiritual work.
To me there is no thought of stopping. Life continually presents challenges that need addressing. I visit Jane approximately every 6 weeks. As I approach each appointment, I am excited and always have topics of discussion to work on.
She is a friend, a messenger, a coach and guide. I am deeply grateful for her abilities, her wisdom, and her vision. She has guided me back to my true purpose and has helped to re-ignite my light. I am in no way perfect but the work we do together, without a doubt, provokes me to be a better version of myself. It is my duty to maintain this practice just as I do my body and health so that I can be a better version of myself towards all of the people in my life.”