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August 14, 2020 36 min
Can ancient wisdom of Hawaiian shamanic practices heal trauma? Life is filled with infinite possibilities, unseen truths, alternative realities and spiritual support if we just know how to look for it. Award winning actor and shamanic healer Jonathan Hammond teaches how to align ourselves with the shaman’s mind where everything is possible.

Jonathan Hammond is a teacher, energy healer, shamanic practitioner, and spiritual counselor. Before beginning his work in holistic health and spirituality, he had a career as an award-winning actor, appearing on Broadway and on television. A graduate of Harvard University and the University of Michigan, Jonathan is an Interfaith minister and certified spiritual counselor. He also holds certifications as a Master Teacher in Shamanic Reiki, in Cherokee Bodywork, in Ho’oponopono and is an ordained Alakai (leader or guide) through Aloha International. www.mindbodyspiritnyc.com
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