Soul Compass - Shamanic Journeying with Shakti Tracy is a weekly group led by Shakti Tracy at Cloud 9 Wellbeing in Cullercoats. The 1.5hr sessions take place on Wednesdays at 10.30am-12.00pm during term time. The cost of the sessions are £10pp. Feel free to message with any queries, no advance booking necessary, but you can drop a message at just to double check that the group is definately on that week.


What is Shamanic Journeying?
Shamanic Journeying is a method of accessing our creative and collective subconscious minds in order to receive information and insights in a way that is not always directly accessible through linear thought. It is not a taught space and is not a fixed belief system, but rather a set of processes and techniques that can empower you gain direct access to you own inner wisdom.

What Happens in a Session?
The session starts with a short meditation to help us arrive in the space. This is followed by an opening circle where we share what it is we would like guidance with (there is no pressure to share if you don't want to). Each week there is a different focus depending on the needs if the group. 

Shamanic journeying starts with visualisation to support the creative process and has drumming alongside to help access the subconscious mind. Journeying is suitable for all regardless of experience, first timers often gain the most insight. 

In the session we do up to four short journeys (please bring a notepad and pen to record insights), where we may connect to guides, power animals, merge with elements or seek to understand our own shadow self. The intention is for you receive guidance and support, whether your focus is on work, health, relationships or something else entirely, shamanic journeying can be a way to gain clarity, insight, direction and new ideas.

Shamanic Lineage and Training.
In this weekly group we work with the Western core shamanism methods that have been developed and researched by Sandra Ingerman. These methods have been a way of returning shamanic practices to the West where we had lost many of our own teachings.