Medicine For Your Spirit
To have something different, you have to embrace something different
We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. –Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
We are living in likely the most trying times in history right now and sensitive souls are suffering as they attempt to navigate using outdated tools.
If you have landed on this page, it is good indication that Spiritual Medicine has brought you here.
Siddha Anucara means Sacred Attendant in Sanskrit, an ancient language noted as the mother language. As a Siddha Anucara Jade provides holistic non-medical support to those in need.
Sacred attendants can be of service in a myriad of situations, including but not limited to end of life, crisis, illness, injury and aging.
Jade is a natural born Siddha Anucara who has dedicated her life to following a spiritual path, exploring ancient healing modalities and expanding her expertise.
For over 30 years Jade has developed her Spiritual Medicine to create harmony, restore balance and facilitate serenity in those who seek her counsel.
About Spiritual Medicine
Jade’s Spiritual Medicine is steeped in Native American Philosophy, Celtic Shamanism and Earth-Centered Spirituality.
Spiritual Medicine makes a perfect complement to Western medicine as well as other Complementary and Alternative Medicines, often enhancing and expediting efficacy. It can be used in conjunction with other therapies or independently.
Spiritual Medicine assists in relieving emotional, physical, mental and spiritual suffering caused by imbalance. It is for those seeking a deeper experience of life, as well as for those seeking to relieve their own suffering.
Learn about Jade’s Life Force Energy aka L(i)FE Healing
The practice of shamanism is a method, not a religion. It coexists with established religions in many cultures and has been documented on every inhabited continent. Shamanism is believed to be the original spirituality, religion, and healing modality. It is not a belief system and does not belong to one culture.
It originated in paleolithic hunter-gatherer societies and is based on personal experience of entering altered consciousness to conduct healings, get information, or do other things for the benefit of others. Other names for Shamans include Seers, White Witches, Priestesses, and High Priestesses, just to name a few.
The key distinguishing features of a Shaman are 1) the ability to enter an altered state of consciousness – at will- to contact or utilize an ordinarily hidden reality in pursuit of knowledge, power, and to help other persons, AND 2) the ability to facilitate healing results. Without the ability to facilitate healing results for others, the ability to enter an altered state is not shamanism.
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