Some of the frequently asked questions about Shamanism and Maia’s Practice.
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How did you become a shaman?
Who did you study with?
Do you have a degree in psychology?
How long do your sessions last?
What are your fees?
What is your mission statement?
Do you do long-distance healing?
What should I look for in a shaman?
Shamans are humble about their work. Shamans who claim: “I am a shaman and I can heal you!” are untrained and they obviously have a big ego. Don’t set the appointment. Run away quickly.
What is one of the biggest successes you've seen in your work?
What do you do to prepare someone for a session with you?
Have you ever turned people away?
How do you do what you do?
I never take credit for what I do. I am very humble about my work and everyone I have worked with knows that I do this work by the grace of God. I always explain to my clients that I will tell my experiences the way I am shown or told by my guides.
I am the one who enters non-ordinary reality on behalf of my client. The experiences that happen are a combined effort and involve me, the client, our spirit guides, power animals, and God.
It would be a mistake and extremely egotistical of me to believe that I am solely the one who is responsible for inducing a healing in someone. One prerequisite I have is that the client shows up with an open heart and an open mind. That’s enough to initiate the beginning of a healing session.