Shamanic Psychotherapy and Curanderismo (a type of Shamanic practice mostly found in Mexico) are forms of naturopathic medicine mostly found in South American indigenous cultures.
The practices involve utilizing the power of organic, earth based symbolic items such as stones, herbs, oils, incense, chanting (sound and rhythm), visualization (often referred to as journeying) . And vibration (energy) to promote health and healing.
The idea that we are spiritual beings having a human experience is prominent.
Moreover, Love Therapy incorporates Shaminism in Therapy in two main ways: guided visualizations. And the concept that everything is energy (which scientifically, is actually true). Visualization to activate the journey through your lifetime, history .and sometimes even into past lifetimes (if that works for you).
Proof of shamanism is ancient, maybe as early as forty thousand years old, and rituals persist. Because As a private practise psychologist in western culture, I was able to incorporate it. And combine shamanic practises with psychotherapy.
My driving concept is to support my consumers.
And I am realistic over several years using various approaches and techniques. Depression, vision job, clinical impasses, metaphysical, and psychology-related physical recovery.
Firstly, Vibration or energy to harness the innate power you have (think placebo effect) through the use of intention and positive thinking. Many of these concepts also strongly align with concepts. From the Law of Attraction in therapy with the focus being to change your thoughts. Secondly, Energy vibration (aka body sensations) Shamanic Psychotherapy.
In Conclusion, A shamanic journey is a method most often used to enter a state of consciousness that allows access to non-ordinary reality.