Welcome, I am Michele Fire-River Heart
Shamanism is a way of being in the world, a stream of knowledge, a pathway of healing.......
I invite you to explore, question & discover the healing realm I dance in .....
MICHELE FIRE-RIVER HEART - Certified Shamanic Coach
WHAT IS SHAMANISM & SHAMANIC COACHING ...........
Shamanism takes many forms in many traditions. The common thread is using ceremony and ancient techniques in concert with the natural world to bring us back into balance, mind, body and soul. When we pay attention to the natural world and learn from it's rhythms, patterns, and cycles, we see what is pertinent for our lives. When we start to practice bringing these in, we live more often in the state of being who we really are.
Healing, dropping our masks that no longer serve us, and stepping into the world in a more balanced way. Then when the next healing opportunity is presented we have more tools, and the healing journey gets a wee bit easier.
Shamanic ceremony offers us the opportunity to let go of our past history, wounds and stories, and intend our future. Ceremony takes us out of ordinary reality, and into a safe space to do our healing work, where magick can occur. Ceremony also creates a Sacred container for celebrations
The use of drums, feathers, rattles, crystals, tuning forks, womb bowls and many other tools, assist me in moving energy in or out of the energetic and physical body. Using techniques, tools and ceremonies I have a cornucopia of healing opportunities to draw from.
I work with your intent in a coaching session. Together we discern what resonates for you and that intent. You always have free will to choose what you do or don't do. This empowers you to direct your own healing journey and stand in a place of power within your own circle. I facilitate the healing work drawing on my wisdom, knowledge and intuition, but I am not a 'healer'. It is within each of us to heal ourselves.
For myself shamanic techniques, tools and ceremonies, have given me a way to live in the world without the huge amount of baggage that I used to carry. It has helped me walk out of severe addiction, depression and released the huge chip on my shoulder. For each of us our healing journey is unique and so too are the strategies and techniques that work.
There are many different kinds of shamanism and healing methods. I can only speak from personal experience. Find the one(s) that works for you.
Listen to Michele Fire-River Heart talk about what Shamanic Coaching is, it's impact and use on our healing journey.
♦ SHAMANIC COACHING
♦ CEREMONY for individuals, couples, groups - in this dimension or another
Restoration Journeys/Soul Retrieval
Entity engagements & relocations
House Blessing & Cleansing
Solstice & Equinox Ceremonies
Rites of Passage Ceremonies
♦ ENERGY WORK - in the physical & spiritual realms
♦ HEALING ART - Art as a therapeutic tool. Art has the potential ability of bypassing the egoic brain, and thus uncovering truths that were not visible before. By engaging the spirit in art, the purity of the persons truth often emerges, facilitating an opportunity for growth and healing. Without it being "hard", and instead making it fun.
♦ EXPERIENCES - for self growth and healing - individuals, groups, corporate
♦ LONG DISTANCE HEALING WORK
Some services offered via Skype
I am willing to travel
♥ To never cease in my own healing journey.
♥ To be of service in others healing journeys
♥ To stand in neutrality, align my intent with my clients, and to stay in balance.
♥ If out of balance for any length of time, I will refrain from helping others,
until I have brought myself back into balance.
♥ To hold my clients journey as a sacred trust
Host Michael Mehta explores with guests questions around spirituality, intuition, shamanism, indigenous knowledge systems, and how to find balance in your life.
Guests include Dorothy Engst, co-owner of Nature Spirit Health Market and Michele Fire-River Heart owner Galago Healing (Shamanic coaching)Arrhythmia’s theme music by Victor Anthony
“Tell it” (The Gabriola Co-op Radio) song by Leah Hokanson and Bill Miner.
Gratitude & credits to Michael Mehta