A psychopomp is a guide, whose primary function is to escort souls to the afterlife, but they can also serve as guides through the various transitions of life. The term originates from the Greek words pompos (conductor or guide) and psyche (breath, life, soul, or mind). Stories of psychopomps are widespread throughout the mythological tales, religious texts, sacred narratives, and real-life stories of people around the world.
Physical spaces can become saturated with the energies of what happens there on a regular basis. When dense, heavy, unworkable energies accumulate, they warp and affect our ways of being when we are in them. To clear a space is to work shamanically with the energies and resident spirits of place to harmonize the environment and remove imprints and resonance which impede good, easy life.
The shamanic practice known as soul retrieval is perhaps the most important level of healing in spirit medicine because once the spiritual-energetic nature of an illness-causing intrusion has been addressed, the cause is still unresolved, namely the tears in the fabric of the sufferer's soul cluster that allowed the intrusions to enter in the first place.
Cord-cutting is a spiritual healing process that energetically severs that negative attachment between you and another person so that the shadow of that past relationship does not hang over you or affect your behaviour in the present. This means that the rage, paranoia and inadequacy, particular to that aforementioned relationship can be eliminated. And obviously, other relationships can be improved too because of it. It does not mean that you lose contact with the person or that it weaken...