Being your Doula
The word doula comes from Greek and it means “women’s servant”.
The idea is to offer women and couples different ways and practices to embrace birth in the best possible ways.
The work can be done before conception, during pregnancy and even many weeks after birth. I can also follow you during child birth with the medical team.
It is an energetic, shamanistic and yogic approach and a sacred rdv to help you in your project of bringing a new life to the world.
Exemples of practices:
Shamanism : tambour, chants, physical/emotional/mental and energetic work, liberation of past memories, communication with the new soul arriving.
Yoga: reinforcement and relaxing work through different postures and breath work
Sophrology: deep relaxation, visualizations and preparation to giving birth
In shamanism death and birth are closely related to each other.
In traditional wisdom and knowledge, life is a continuum that does not end at the moment of death. One of the most important traditional task of the medicine man or woman is to assist people who are dying or helping the spirits of those who have died to make the transition into another domain of consciousness. This body of practices is known as Psychopomp, from the Greek word psychopompos : ‘conductor of souls’. This concept of a guide or intermediary between the living and the dead is a collective theme found in most religions and society.
There is an enormous fear of death in our society, and a psychopomp work can guide those who are dying, and re-assure their loved ones.
Working the death process from the shamanic view involves working with the souls that are transitioning and, in the process, assisting others connected with the transitioning soul to find peace in a difficult time.
Shamanic death rituals can be done to help and heal the pain and let go.
IN BETWEEN : a healing journey
I can guide you or help you to become an active participant in your own healing using different ancestral technics.
Sacred healing ceremonies and rituals facilitate the elimination of dis-ease and restore harmony and integrity to one’s mind, body, and soul.
The word "shaman" in the original Tungus language refers to a person who makes journeys to non-ordinary reality in an altered state of consciousness.
Shamanism is not a belief system. It's based on personal experiments conducted to heal, to get information, or do other things.
A Shamanic Journey is a voyage into the Soul, where we can commune with aspects of ourselves that are in pain. It can be both of us travelling together into your soul energy, or I can go alone and bring back the information for you.