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Shamanism integrating SoulCards and Touch Drawing


Shamanism integrating SoulCards and Touch Drawing

Share stories and ideas for using Touch Drawing and SoulCards in Shamanic work.

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Please share how you have used SC or TD within a Shamanistic setting.

Started by Deborah Koff-Chapin Jun 30, 2009.

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Comment by William Ortiz on November 2, 2011 at 4:57am
I am not too familiar with Shamanism, so I helped my self with a cup of Google to understand the culture and belief system. I don't see myself healing people but I do find the Soul Cards helpful through intuitive readings. I love colors and textures, describing the state of man. Actions, facial expressions and positions holding the key to certain realities in their life. Right now I am open to spirituality and healing. So this site is a blessing.
Comment by Angel-Rose Davis on May 17, 2010 at 3:39pm
Hi Barbara. I have found that after being immersed in Touch Drawing at the Gathering last year that as I journey my visual landscapes have changed drastically and are so much richer and clearer. There was a direct link up and opening that I have a hard time describing, but it has added a whole other dimension to my experience. There is a very clear 2 way interaction using a direct visual language.

I have not yet used TD with clients following a session, it just hasn't worked out as of yet in my present work space and schedule. But "I have a dream.".......

Comment by barbara hinchcliffe on April 20, 2010 at 6:44pm
the combination of shamamic dream time journey work and TD is a ripe and rich area for exploration that I look forward to !!
Comment by Angel-Rose Davis on July 19, 2009 at 6:32pm
I will be attending the Gathering next week, my first experience with Touch Drawing. From my first exposure to the concept it seemed like the ideal vehicle for integrating work after a session. It is so direct, so intimate, and after a powerful experience it would hold the energy without words getting in the way, so my people ( and myself) could process and integrate and carry their healing forward in their lives. My vision for my practice is to one day have an art room adjacent to our building so that clients could take time after a session or even stop in during the week to explore and continue their work. This feels so inspiring.

Comment by Drew on June 30, 2009 at 9:11pm
My experience with soulcards came during a time in which i was doing a lot of meditative altar work. what i found, personally, was that the purpose of an altar and the implementation of the soulcards on my altar was that i was able to create an external, visual representation of both my inner and outer worlds.

i used the archetypal nature of the soulcard images to represent certain states of mind and corresponded them to positions that were indicative of certain specific interpersonal relationships in my active life. it was most effective in giving me a map of sorts of both my subjective mental/emotional/spiritual states AND the friendships, loves and familial dynamics that i was engaged in at the time.

i was so effective that i am attempting to codify the entire process to share with others. it was truly an enlightening, elucidating and therapeutic experience.
Comment by Tanya M. Lewis on June 30, 2009 at 9:03pm
I have not yet had the experience of sharing SC or TD within a Shamanistic setting, although this is an area that I am extremely interested in and was hoping that by joining this group I would gather some insight & knowledge for the 'not so distant' future.

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