Ancient Shamanic Snake Healing & Activation

An online ceremony for receiving advanced healing empowerments from one of the most ancient of all Spirit Animals

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  • Cost: $77 CDN
  • Minimum age to receive the healing & activation: 9 years ~ please read the FAQ’s pertaining to children
  • Minimum age to attend on Zoom: The legal age of majority (adulthood) in the country you reside in
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It was my fourth ceremony with the spirit plant medicine Ayahuasca, another epic shamanic journey of facing deep fears and being initiated into higher dimensions of Cosmic Consciousness. I was hoping to heal the litany of chronic health issues I carried, a list too long to name. Once the medicine took affect, my heart rate expectedly went up, yet this time to heights that were very concerning. I had been struggling with undiagnosable heart issues for a while, what ended up being about four years. Intense aches, unusual palpitations and high counts plagued me daily. With Ayahuasca in me that evening, my already high heart rate went to scary levels. 

I remember thinking I was going to die. And yet some irrational brave voice in me said to hang in there. More so, to let go of my fear, of all fear. To release control and completely surrender. Eventually, I did just that. I gave up needing my heart to slow, relaxed as best I could, and faithfully gave my weight to my mat, like the archetypal trusting Fool. And then, the Snake of Snakes entered my bowing, aching, breaking-opening heart, and took me over. In full. I was one with it, this Cosmic Force, this Ancient Consciousness that, years later, I’d realize was initiating me into a higher purpose — the work I do now. 

My mystical encounters with Snake are not limited to psychedelic experiences. On one memorable day, while sitting on a park bench, three yellow striped garter Snakes appeared about six feet away from me, one after the other, all within 30 minutes. Each stopped in the exact same spot, still as stone, curiously engaged. This is unusual, given these Snakes are highly skittish and bolt at the sight of a human too close. And more, it was unusual that there were three, and in perfect succession! It’s as if some old friends were stopping by to say, “Hello! Do you remember? We go way back.”

Suffice to say, Snake is dear to my heart for reasons I can’t adequately express here. It, along with Octopus, have been the most powerful Spirit Animal initiators in my many shamanic journeys. And they are the two Spirit Animals I invoke in every ceremony, no matter what field of consciousness I transmit. 

Snake is generally associated with transformation, symbolized by its remarkable skin-shedding. Often overlooked, however, is that it also represents transmutation, what makes transformation or rebirth possible at the root or quantum level. It’s this divine quality or alchemical medicine that has me work so closely with Snake in my ceremonial work. The Christ light I transmit, whether emanated from Ascended Masters, Spirit Animals, Stars, Crystals, or more, is the frequency of stillness. And stillness is the frequency of transmutation. Stillness is the zero-point of consciousness, the holy space between the out-breath and in-breath of life. Snake represents that ancient, primordial zero-point frequency with absolute purity and sacredness. When called upon, it brings this still medicine to transmute the “noise” of trauma and programming, the fragmented and polarized aspects of consciousness, into the empty space of no-thing, of non-dual Home — of Shanti, which is Peace and Silence. 

If you bring a Snake to mind, any Snake, can you sense its stillness? Can you feel how it carries this quiet frequency in its bones, blood and being? And within this still presence, can you feel how it humbly carries the wisdom teachings of old forgotten worlds, like an inconspicuous avatar? This embodiment is what makes Snake ancient, one of the oldest animals on Earth and in the Cosmos. And it’s why, like Octopus, they are Master Healers, with Shamans, or Ayahuasqueros, calling Snake the Spirit or Mother of Ayahuasca. For these and other reasons too long to explain, I consider Snake a truly shamanic consciousness. 

This ceremony is your unique opportunity to commune with the still and ancient presence of Snake. A direct transmission serves to heal or transmute trauma and programming, conditions that have been frustrating, confusing, debilitating, ones that can range from psoriasis, anxiety, back pain, migraines, insomnia, to name just a few. These, and other psychobiological and soul conditions, are usually symptoms of deeper, older imprints spanning lifetimes and inherited from your ancestors. 

With enough quantum healing, space is made to be initiated into Snake’s venerable consciousness — its ancient wisdom teachings and higher frequencies, including stillness, all of which exists as latent codes in your spiritual DNA. Those codes carry the signature of what this Spirit Animal represents, a consciousness equally your own. When activated, this ancient life force gradually has more space to move in your human awareness. Weaving in and out, it travels like a serpentine River, the Way, the Tao, through your DNA and neurological highways, ascending more freely from its coiled Kundalini base at the root of your spine, enlightening you into union with Snake’s sublime Elder consciousness, and the Ancient you are!

In an effort to keep this description short-ish, I’ve included a separate section further down that covers some interesting historical information about Snake. Mostly, I elucidate how monumental its influence has been on the lore and iconography of a variety of ancient cultures spanning the globe; even how it is front and centre in our Western medical system today. 

Via the link below, you are encouraged to set intentions for any healing empowerments you wish for in this ceremony. Nothing is too much to ask from this Spirit Animal. Most of all, trust your heart, and the safe, loving and powerful presence of Ancient Shamanic Snake to support your personal transformation and guide you home. 

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Mythology & Symbols

The more we integrate Snake’s consciousness and bring this wondrous Being to heart, it becomes clear why it has been so influential in our ancient creation stories. Yes, part of its age-old ecumenical presence comes from being on Earth for 167 million years and located throughout the planet. (Currently there are only a few countries, like Iceland, New Zealand and Ireland, without Snakes.) But feeling intimately into Snake, into what some rightly call an “old God”, makes it possible to believe that it has been the most influential animal in defining our legends and Cosmological myths.

Let’s briefly explore a few examples…

Considered one of the oldest myths on the planet, the Rainbow Serpent for the Australian Aborigines is a shared ancestor and force of life associated with creation / fecundity, water and destruction. Across the Pacific there is the Mesoamerican deity Quetzalcoatl, or “Feathered Serpent,” the God of wind and rain and creator of humanity and the world. In ancient Egyptian culture we find many portrayals of Snake in myth, hieroglyphs and art. One example is the Ouroboros, a universal symbol of a Snake looped in a circle devouring its tail. Enshrined in the tomb of Tutankhamen, it represents the never-ending cycles of time, renewal and rebirth. 

Speaking of symbols, Snake is a powerful totem for alternative healers, but also for healing itself. This latter point is exemplified in the caduceus (L) and Rod of Asclepius (R), insignias for Western Medicine that have roots in Greek mythology and possibly the Hebrew Bible: “Then the Lord said to Moses, ‘Make a fiery serpent, and put it on a flag pole; and it shall come about, that everyone who is bitten (by a snake), and looks at it, will live.’” (Numbers 21:8)

Moving to the mythologies of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, there is the semi-divine, half human and half cobra being named Naga, which means “serpent” in Sanskrit. Notable within the Vinaya Sutra, a Buddhist scripture, it is written that the King of Nagas, Mucalinda, protected Buddha from a great rainstorm for seven days, which arose just after his enlightenment. The King of Nagas in Hinduism is Shesha Naag, the thousand-headed serpent of eternity responsible for gravity and the orbits of the stars and planets.

There are also the dark versions of Snake in myth, like the cunning serpent in the Garden of Eden who tempts Eve to eat the forbidden fruit. We can also revisit Egyptian mythology, where we find Apep, or Apophis, the serpent demon whose formidable dark force the Sun God Ra has to overcome in his travels through the Duat, or realm of the dead.

With these only being a small sample of this old God’s influence across space and time, we can see that Snake is no ordinary Spirit Animal. It is indeed ancient on Earth as it is in the Heavens.