Journeys

SoulWork Journeys

SoulWork was developed by Moineddin Carl Jablonski, a post-modern shaman and successor to Murshid Samuel Lewis as Pir (Spiritual head) of the Sufi Ruhaniat International.  He served in that capacity for 30 years until his passing in 2001. Azima is a trained SoulWork practitioner.

SoulWork is a way of freeing the body, heart and soul into greater presence and embodied spirituality.  It is a way of experience rather than imagination.  It follows the Sufi principle that each human being is here with the ultimate and primal impulse of the fulfillment of the Soul's purpose on the earth in the now.  It is both an approach to spiritual practice, applicable to many paths, as well as a method of psycho-spiritual counseling.

Through the assistance of the practitioner, the participant is guided into dialogue and communion with each member of the inner family. From a place of deep listening and stillness, established through breathwork, a framework of safety and guidance is focused and held by the practitioner.

Moineddin and Azima at the Southwest Sufi Community 2000

Far Memory Journeys

Far Memory Journeys enable us to step outside our normal orientation in space and time through hypnotherapy, to a state of deep relaxation in which we can access other lives, other experiences, in past, present, and future, and in other dimensions.  We journey in order to gain insight, healing, understanding, inspiration, and guidance for present-life issues and situations.

Shamanic Journeys

Guided by the beat of the drum, one may visit the Lower, Middle, and Upper Worlds, to receive healing, recover lost parts of the soul, and receive guidance from the Wise Ones.  As with all these forms of journeying, the purpose is healing at all levels of being, soul growth, and stronger connection to Spirit.

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