Alida Birch is a teacher of shamanism and spiritual healing in Eugene Oregon, offering introductory and advanced trainings in the shamanic journey, shamanic healing, and soul retrieval.. Trained in soul retrieval by Sandra Ingerman and certified in shamanic counseling by Michael Harner, Alida assists her clients to heal the past and to create a life of joy. She received her shamanic initiation in the 1980's, has facilitated thousands of soul retrievals, and has been training others for three decades. Her first book, The Co-Creation Handbook: A Shamanic Guide to Manifesting a Better World & a More Joyful Life, is now available as a paperback, e-book, and audiobook.
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"Alida Birch is a gifted shamanic teacher and practitioner who for 27 years has dedicated herself to compassionately mentoring her local shamanic community. I highly recommend her brilliant work and am delighted to refer clients to Alida for soul retrieval, shamanic healing, and training. Anyone studying with Alida will be blessed with the best that shamanism has to offer."
-Sandra Ingerman author of Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self
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Why Shamanism Now: Alida discusses her book The Co-Creation Handbook with host Christina Pratt
A client testimonial:
I made an appointment with Alida because I knew I needed help to break down a long-standing food/body issue I have. After talking with her about it, and after she said what would happen next, I entered into the process. While she (and, I suppose I) entered into the journey, I wasn’t aware of any particular feelings. Afterward, she described the journey, mentioning the birds that showed up as my companions, and told me that they wanted me to know that I was looking into the wrong mirrors. Hm. Strange, yes...?
Although I was pretty tired, I wasn’t aware that much else was going on. I napped that day and went to bed early. The next day, I was on the floor in the family room, engaged in my daily exercise routine, and stopped. Because I found myself awash in a feeling of profound love for my body. Beyond that, there are no words to describe the experience.
Except to say that I have replaced the mirror of judgment for the mirror of love. Diana Nov '18