Fractured Soul Rescue

Fractured Soul Rescue

Hey OM Family,

Have you ever heard of the phrase, “soul retrieval?”

In shamanic traditions, particularly Native American ones, soul retrieval is a practice that “reintegrates” lost pieces of one’s soul that have splintered away from trauma or significant loss.

Childhood abuse survivors will sometimes speak about leaving their bodies during the times they were suffering an attack. This is not every survivors’ experience, of course, but it gives you an idea of how the soul can fracture during traumatic events and even get caught between worlds.

We live in a multidimensional universe, with layers of reality existing side by side without awareness of one another. 

Think of this as the 500 or so channels on your cable TV. The characters from a show on channel 43 have no sense of the characters from another show on channel 50. Each show is living their own reality within their channel universe, thinking that their reality is the only one that’s “really real.”

Living souls within our own physical 3rd dimension can splinter off when pain becomes too intense, especially on the psychic level. This “soul chard” may go dormant, and just exist in an alternate reality without an active consciousness as if in a coma, or in more severe cases, can even cause hauntings as if they were a ghost – especially if attached to a particular object, building, or location.

During the 12th step of OM, I identify any of your soul’s fragments and their location, summoning them home to reintegrate within you, here in the Earthly dimension. This way, your life feels more grounded, centered, and that you have “all of yourself” to give to your lifetime in the here and now.

Did you know that there are actually 40+ steps of OM? If you’d like to know more about my unique OM Energy Clearing process, I’d encourage you to visit my OM subscription page. Learn about the different levels of OM, and which one might be just the right fit for you.

Sending you light and love,


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