Returning fragments of your soul that had previously fled...
There are many common symptoms of soul loss. Some of the more common ones would be dissociation where a person does not feel fully in his or her body and alive and fully engaged in life. Other symptoms include chronic depression, suicidal tendencies, post-traumatic stress disorder, immune deficiency problems, and grief that just does not heal. Addictions are also a sign of soul loss as we seek external sources to fill up the empty spaces inside of us whether through substances, food, relationships, work, or buying material objects. If you suffer from any of the above you could have some soul loss.
It is believed that whenever we suffer an emotional or physical trauma a part of our soul flees the body in order to survive the experience. The definition of soul that I am using is our essence, life force, the part of our vitality that keeps us alive and thriving. The types of trauma that could cause soul loss in our culture could be an accident, a sudden shock, surgery, addictions, divorce, death of a loved one, any kind of abuse sexual, physical, or emotional, being in a war, being a victim of a terrorist act, acting against our morals, being in a natural disaster (a fire, hurricane, earthquake, tornado, etc.). Any event that causes shock could cause soul loss. And what might cause soul loss in one person might not cause soul loss in another.
It is important to understand that soul loss is a good thing that happens to us. It is how we survive pain. If I was going to be in a head-on car collision the last place that I would want to be at the point of impact is in my body. My psyche could not endure that kind of pain. So our psyches have this brilliant self-protection mechanism where a part of our essence or soul leaves the body so that we do not feel the full impact of the pain. In psychology, this is called disassociation. But in psychology, it’s not talked about what disassociates and where that part goes.
In shamanism, we understand that a piece of the soul leaves the body and goes to a territory in what shamans call non-ordinary reality where it waits until someone intervenes in the spiritual realms and facilitates its return. Although soul loss is a survival mechanism, the problem from a shamanic point of view is that the soul part that is left usually does not come back on its own. The soul might be lost, stolen by another person, given away to another person by us, or doesn’t know the trauma has passed and it is safe to return.
It has always been the role of the shaman to go into an altered state of consciousness and track down where the soul fled to in the alternate realities and return it to the body of the client. The effects of having a soul retrieval vary from person to person. Some people feel that they are more grounded in their bodies and feel more solid. Some people feel lighter and a joyful way of being returns to them. For some, memories of past traumas might be triggered bringing up a variety of feelings that must be worked through. And for some people, the effects are too subtle to notice a change until further work to integrate the soul is done.
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