Soul Retrieval

Soul Retrieval & Soul Fragmentation

During profound stress, pain or other trauma, people often experience what is called “soul loss” or “soul fragmentation”, meaning the loss of parts and aspects of one’s soul. Such extreme traumatic physical or emotional events as loss of a loved one, rape or physical abuse, automobile accident, surgery, addiction, combat trauma, abortion or miscarriage, are the prime causes of this disconnection of the soul or fragmentation.

With extreme cases of trauma, our soul literally flees the body in order to survive the experience. Through one trauma or another, we chose to give up, separate or split off parts and aspects of ourselves little bits and pieces at a time (our light, power, consciousness, love, oneness, etc.).

The soul is our consciousness, essence, life force, our vitality that keeps us alive and thriving. Without the soul fully intact, there is literally no abundance of life.

Parts and aspects of the soul literally leave because a traumatic event is too painful. When a soul part leaves, it may also take with it a measure of one’s vitality. The more severe the trauma, the more life force is depleted. People who have lost soul parts and aspects may suffer chronic illnesses as a result of this reduced life force. It can also create a state in which the physical and emotional bodies are unable to heal from physical or emotional conditions. Because the lack of wholeness is broken down, recovery from physical or emotional illness can seem impossible. Many cultures believe that illness is due to this soul fragmentation or loss.

Another method of creating fragmentation is the giving away of self to loved ones. This is normally not associated with stress or trauma, but rather out of love for another and the desire to share our selves with loved ones. If the giving of self becomes severe, it can result in a co-dependent relationship.

There are many common symptoms of soul loss. One common symptom would be dissociation, where a person does not feel fully in their body (unable to be present), does not seem to have a zest for life, not fully engaged in life and feeling lost. Other symptoms include chronic depression, suicidal tendencies, post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD), immune deficiency problems, and chronic grief. 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, sex, work, or buying material objects.

While in a fragmented state, we can become vulnerable to negative energy or entity attachment. It is in the nature of the universe to fill a vacuum (even a spiritual energetic one). When we become fragmented, isolated or divest or separate ourselves from our soul, we create voids (in those areas we vacate) and we tend to attract the energies and/or consciousnesses of other beings. A fragmented state is a weakened state, and a perfect opportunity for an outside attachment to be created.

In the Soul Retrieval process, we first clear your personal space and energy fields in order for any parts and aspects of your Soul to return or come home. The soul cannot return, in whole or part, if there is anything occupying that space. So it is not just about calling your soul back in, but also removing from your energy field (on one level or another) all that which is not of you, blocking the return of your soul parts and aspects.

In soul retrieval, we are collecting, recovering and returning the fragmented and separated parts and aspects of self. Through soul retrieval, we bring back one’s consciousness, personal essence, life force and vitality.

Soul Retrieval is all about collecting and returning to you those lost, split-off, discarded, given- away, sold, abandoned, neglected, forgotten bits and pieces of your soul. This includes your gifts, your light, your wisdom, your knowledge, and your personal power.

Sessions are provided in-person, by telephone and through remote/distance sessions.