The 10 Shamanic Totems: Central, Tonal, Nahual & 7 chakras
With 432hz meditations to find your totems & certification
$60 $10 until 12/31/2021
As soon as we get the payment, we will send you an email with the course access
What you’ll learn
- Shamanic totems
- Toltec shamanism
- Central animal of power
- Tonal animal of power
- Nahual animal of power
- Animals of power for the 7 chakras
- These courses are not influenced by any theosophical or new age schools. We are free thinkers, so it is important that the student is open-minded.
- We recommend having basic knowledge about chakras, aura and energetic definitions.
- The tutor is not a native english speaker, we appreciate your patience
One of the best known shamanic practices is with totems or animals of power.
There are many workshops that teach you how to find your animal of power, but few of them teach that there are different types of animals of power with specific functions and that you not only have one animal of power, but you have several animals.
Who is this course for
- Holistic Therapists or People Who Desire to Become Therapists
- shamanism students
- Meditation Practitioners
We also have the Nahual animal of power or totem, which will help us to expand our consciousness, this is the ultimate goal of shamanism! Access other dimensions of consciousness. The Nahual Totem will help us navigate these unknown worlds.
Also, we have the totems or animals of power referring to each main chakra or energetic points in our body (7 in total), which will help us maintain our balance and health.
In this course, we will do a complete immersion on the animals of power, not limiting to just one, but studying the 10 different types of animals of power.
Get the most complete training on totems!
The Power Animals and Totems in Shamanism
The distinguishing feature of shamanism is its focus on an ecstatic trance state. In which the soul of the shaman leaves the body and ascends to heaven or descends to earth (underground world). The shaman, in shamanism, makes use of spiritual helpers, with whom he-she communicates at all times maintaining control over his-her own conscience.
There are many variants of shamanism in the world. The following are the beliefs shared by all forms of shamanism. It is necessary to clarify that shamanism comes from the word “shaman”, typical of the eastern region of Siberia. Although, as Mircea Eliade points out in his attempt to make a general history of shamanism, there are a diversity of shamans around the world. They are characterized by being healers and spiritual guides who travel for different dimensions.
The ability to consciously go beyond the physical body is the traditional specialty of the shaman. These Soul journeys can take the shaman to the lower realms or higher levels of existence or to parallel physical worlds or other regions of this world. For all cases, the presence of the guide and protection of the animals of power is very important.
Animals of power are spirit guides in animal form. When they are not helping their assigned person, they are in the nether world.
Even if someone never travels in shamanic reality, that person still have one or more animals of power assigned to him-her and it can only work their healing and protection function when the person eventually connects with these power realms.
Other cultures believe that when a child is born, a benevolent spirit in the form of an animal looks at the infant and sees how helpless he-she is. This spirit takes pity on the child and becomes his-her ally and protector.
Often a person’s animal of power is an animal for which they have a strong affinity. For example, if someone collects figures of bears or horses, one of them is likely his-her animal of power.
In ordinary consciousness reality, an animal of power is a source of protection and power. It is the job of the animal to be able to make sure that the inconsiderate person who is driving fast does not hit his-her vehicle and that, if a rock falls from the sky, it falls into the person’s side and not on him-her.
They work for our good, to keep the physical world safe and positive for us.
A loss or absence of an animal of power can lead to many abnormalities, from apathy and being prone to accidents, to chronic illness.
A strong connection with an animal of power provides a source of energy and support and enhances the flow of your own energy.
If you go on the shamanic journey, additional animals of power will come to you (explained in this course). In addition to their specific functions, we can turn to animals of power to feel safe in shamanic reality, wherever our travels take us.
They guide us where we need to go, show us what we need to know, and generally help and support us on any journey we undertake.
For complicated tasks such as soul rescue therapies (when we become healing shamanic facilitators), our animals of power join our spiritual guides and work together to guide and help us.