Soul loss & the reluctance to wholeness

07/03/2019

Written by Frédéric Cherri

Frédéric is a medicine-man, a life coach, a clinician and a tutor of Craniosacral Therapy, a retreat & workshop leader, ceremonialist and an international speaker. He runs a busy online practice for deep transformation. He is available for private consultations here.

07/03/2019

In this post I’d like to explore the impact of our birth experience at the level of the soul.

Indigenous cultures & ancestral knowledge understand that traumatic experiences, when they are serious enough, can result in the fragmentation of our inner vital essence or ‘soul’, the Breath of Life in the Craniosacral context.

These traumatised soul aspects dissociate, resulting in a phenomenon known as ‘Soul Loss’.

Soul Loss is endemic in modern Western societies, often resulting from unresolved prenatal or birth trauma. The western reluctance to consider prenates and babies as sentient beings who experience these formative events means that most of us did not feel supported in our journeys to be here. And it leads to a deep sense of aloneness, and a reluctance to bring all of ourselves into the world.

Soul Loss manifests in a number of ways including a sense of being incomplete or disconnected, depression, emotional numbness, low energy, lack of self-worth, not knowing who we really are and deep grief and/or rage that seems to have no obvious cause.

The transition from spiritual source to embodied self that we all traverse at birth is made of specific steps that have special significance. These steps have been known by indigenous cultures through the evolution of humanity.

It has been such a pleasure for me to discover and decode their exquisite ways of nurturing the fragmented soul back to the whole and to learn how to bring them into a modern context.

I have loved preparing my upcoming training in Bali, ‘The Courage to Heal’. Why? Because it combines both passions of mine – one gained through 25 years of clinical experience in the cranial field and the second through my years of exploring shamanistic wisdom.

Participants are supported to identify and integrate aspects of their deep nature that they were forced to abandon very early in life. This process is offered with an emphasis on safety and containment.

Once experienced, it is also the rite of passage needed to support others in their own integration.

The related topics discussed in this upcoming training are:

*The Soul Language
*Divine Yearning & Homesickness
*Resisting Embodiment versus the Drive of Life
*Twin Loss… and many other aspects of the relationship between prenatal experience and birth

I hope this post has contributed in deepening your understanding of this topic.

Like our blog?

Get new articles before they get published
Sign up and get a FREE eBook as a thank-you

You may also like…

The Grid of Deceit – How to Escape- With Love

The Grid of Deceit – How to Escape- With Love

Time and time again, during my 50 years as an explorer of all things, I've had to wrestle with what I call "the elite filtering of reality through the Grid of Deceit". It shows up in areas of politics, energy, modern medicine, media, money, covert intelligence, the military, religion, science, multinational corporations.
What Is Huachuma? Experience, Benefits, and Side Effects

What Is Huachuma? Experience, Benefits, and Side Effects

No doubt you will have heard stories of people going to far-away destinations to experience taking psychoactive or entheogenic brews, to undergo a plant medicine ceremony assisted by a shaman or a facilitator. Amongst the most popular plants used are Huachuma or Peyote cactus, Ayahuasca or Psilocybin mushrooms gatherings...
Shamanism & Craniosacral Therapy

Shamanism & Craniosacral Therapy

Indigenous cultures & ancestral knowledge understand that traumatic experiences, when they are serious enough, can result in the fragmentation of our inner vital essence or ‘soul’, the Breath of Life in the Craniosacral context.
Soul loss & the reluctance to wholeness

Soul loss & the reluctance to wholeness

Indigenous cultures & ancestral knowledge understand that traumatic experiences, when they are serious enough, can result in the fragmentation of our inner vital essence or ‘soul’, the Breath of Life in the Craniosacral context.
How to make the most of Plant Medicine

How to make the most of Plant Medicine

What works best for contemporary people who feel called to the traditional Amazonian, Central or South American Sacred Medicine.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post above may be “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

TRANSLATE »
Get it first, as soon as it's ready

Get it first, as soon as it's ready

Thank you! You'll be the first one to get this document when it's ready