Shamanic Journeys

Shamanic JourneysIf you are at a more advanced stage of your journey, or would like to face a major fear or surge onto a whole new level of development, then Shaman Jonathan Hartman can take you on a guided journey with Shamanic herbs.

On this guided overnight journey you may more effectively explore the other realms and get to the core of whatever it is you are currently dealing with.

Shamanic Journeys are not for sissies!

It's been said that going on a Shamanic Journey is the equivalent of ten years of healing work - crammed into twelve short hours.

This process is seriously intense!

Basically, think of the worst, most violent shift you've ever had to go through after healing and multiply that by at least 100.

During the approximately twelve-hour journey, you will shift through a number of core emotions and issues very quickly, often causing them to be violently expelled from your body.

So you could be in for at least twelve hours of throwing up, and throwing up quite violently. This is because as fast as your body is processing the stuff with spiritual help, it's also trying to expel it permanently from your body.

This is in no way a recreational drug experience to be done for fun; these legal herbs will cause you to go far into the spiritual realms and you will have to face some of your largest demons and monsters, as well as your greatest fears.

Once that part of the process is over though, you will be widely opened up into new realms of consciousness and awareness.

Most people also experience a complete dropping away of major issues and traumas and an entirely new lease on life after the process is over and they've had a good sleep.

In all, a Shamanic Journey is a fantastic way for you to take a huge spiritual developmental leap.

What can you expect from a guided, herbal Shamanic Journey?

You'll start preparing for the journey three to ten days before it happens. The dirtier your system is, the longer you should prepare before.

So, you will be asked to drink a lot of water and eat fresh fruit, while avoiding drugs, alcohol, pills, meat and anything else toxic to your system.

On the day of the journey, you'll arrive at the center late afternoon, with water, a mat and blanket and a bucket with a lid to throw up into.

As many people experience extreme cold when working in the spiritual healing matrix, please bring extra warm clothes and a warm blanket. You may also need to lie down, so a pillow is also recommended.

Bring a lot of water to drink and maybe an energy drink or two so that your electrolytes don't get depleted, and bring a bigger bucket than what you think you'll need. It's no fun trying to empty a bucket when you can't stop throwing up.

The next morning, you will feel tired when you go home.

Have a relaxing salt water bath, climb into bed and sleep for as long as possible, drinking water and eating fresh fruit.

Once you've had a rest and are recovered, you will begin to see and feel immediate results.

Click here to read a personal experience of a herbal Shamanic Journey.

Which herbs are used in the journey process?

The herb most commonly used for these shamanic journeys is ayahuasca, pronounced eye-uh-wash-ka.

Ayahuasca is also known as yage or the vine of the soul, and has been used by Medicine Men and Shamans the world over to induce altered states of consciousness that help you access the other realms. 

We honor your religious beliefs

With wide experience working across a broad range of religions and belief systems, even assisting priests around the world to perform exorcisms, Shaman Jonathan Hartman is geared to help you in a way that respects and honors the boundaries of your religious belief systems.

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