It is believed that whenever we suffer an emotional or physical trauma a part of our soul flees the body in order to survive the experience. The definition of soul that I am using is soul is our essence, life force, the part of our vitality that keeps us alive and thriving.
— Sandra Ingerman, author of Soul Retrieval


The process of Soul Retrieval is done with permission for Marianna to take a shamanic journey into the subconscious mind of the client.  Most indigenous cultures around the world believe that illness is due to the loss of the soul. With the Inca Tradition, it is believed when trauma occurs the healed part leaves and goes into the belly of the earthmother (lower world or subconscious) to find safety, creating some loss of the soul.  It is seen as a adaptive mechanism that allows us to cope, and in some situations survive a terrible experience.   In contemporary Western culture the soul is considered the spiritual essence of one’s life from birth to death. For most indigenous cultures, the soul transcends through many lives. Through ancient techniques, Shamanic healers search the subconscious for lost portions of the soul to restore.  Often times the client have an intuitive sense that a part of themselves or “something” is missing, once the soul retrieval process returns the missing soul part, they reclaim its vibrant clarity and confidence   as well as other tools that support the integration of the soul piece back into the clients life. 

Soul loss is also recorded in the Chakras which each contain memories of events that keep us bound to karma or fate.  Different wounds effect different Chakras which can dim the radianceof the whole luminous energy field. By restoring the soul and Chakras will help reclaim original vitality and joy.