Susan Feinbloom
, Rev., LCSW, C. Hom, LMT, CH.T., Author, Facilitator, Spirit Guide
                                 Guiding Souls to Heal & Grow

Susan Feinbloom
Susan Feinbloom

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Healing Modalities

Homeopathic Consultant

Life Between Lives

Spiritual Regression

Clairvoyant Psychotherapy


Past Life Regression

Akashic Record Readings

Regression Hypnotherapy

& Soul Retrieval

Reconnective Healing
The Reconnection

Homeopathy of the Spine

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Psychic Psychotherapy
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Unwinding the Soul
Clairvoyant Psychotherapy

Heaven & Earth Meditations
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Shamanism & Soul Retrieval
Shamanism-Plant Spirit | Medicine-Soul Retrieval

A Shaman is a medicine person who bridges the worlds between ordinary and non-ordinary reality. One who crosses the veil to divine information and give healings.  The Shaman sees the spiritual side of people, plants, animals and can communicate directly with spirit. Shaman’s source is nature and she sees the universe as one.  To the Shaman, looking with non-ordinary vision, sickness is caused by soul loss, and energy intrusions. Healing takes place on an energetic level of engagement.

A Shaman only uses natural medicines and remedies. Plant Spirit Medicine involves sacred use of plants with which I have become acquainted in Shamanic Journeys. This is combined with understanding people's suffering, challenges and growth in terms of the 5 Element Theory of Classical Chinese Medicine. This union of Acupuncture theory and Shamanism leads to healing by bringing harmony, balance and wholeness to the individual.

Soul Retrieval is performed using a Shamanic journey
As a retrieval guide, I find lost soul parts and bring them
back to be reintegrated. This leads to a more powerful,
energized present state of being.

Whenever we suffer an emotional or physical trauma, a part of our soul escapes from the body in order to survive the experience. These vital parts are elements of our life force energy and are needed to keep us alive and well. It is important to bring back the lost energies in order to fully recover.

Some of the traumas that cause soul loss are any forms of abuse sexual, physical, or emotional. Other causes could be an accident, being in a war, being a victim of a violent act, going against our morals, being in a natural disaster, surgical procedures, addictions, divorce, or death of a loved one. Any event that causes shock could cause soul loss. It is different for each person.

Soul loss is not a bad thing that happens to us. It is a survival mechanism. If a person is destined to experience a car collision, at the point of impact, psyche cannot endure that kind of pain. So our psyches have this brilliant escape mechanism where a part of our essence or soul leaves the body so that we do not feel the full impact of the pain.

In psychology this is called disassociation. The process of regaining that lost part is not discussed; but in shamanism we understand that when a piece of the soul leaves the body and goes to a territory called non-ordinary reality, it waits until someone helps facilitate the return. The soul part usually does not come back on its own.

It is the role of the shaman to go into an altered state of consciousness and track down where the soul fled to and return it to the body of the client.

There are many common symptoms of soul loss. Some of the more common ones would be dissociation where a person does not feel fully in his or her body and alive and fully engaged in life. Other symptoms include chronic depression, suicidal tendencies, post-traumatic stress syndrome, immune deficiency problems, and grief that just does not heal. Addictions are also a sign of soul loss as we seek external sources to fill up the empty spaces inside of us whether through substances, food, relationships, work, or buying material objects.

Anytime someone says I have never been the same since a certain event and they don’t mean this in a good way, a soul loss has probably occurred.

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