Spirit Rock
  
Shamanic Healing

Olivia Olkowski    Multi-dimensional Healing • Shamanic Healing • New York NY

Welcome


Sunrise ceremony with Elder John Rice,
Bear Clan, Deina Bomberry from the Eagle
Clan, Ilse del Sol, Bolivia.



Don Mariano's sacred pouch, Pisac, Peru.




Eagle on the way to Colca Canyon, Peru.






As one of the oldest forms of medicine, Shamanic healing has been used as ‘traditional’ medicine around the world. It uses sound, sacred plants, sacred movement and other methods to access information to facilitate healing and balancing of the body.

Spirit Rock Shamanic Healing's founder, Olivia Olkowski is a powerful shamanic healer, a Peruvian Pachakuti Mesa holder (Shaman). She is initiated as a lineage holder of Mayan traditional medicine, a Curendera.

Olivia transforms people’s lives, releasing their emotional and physical dis-ease through using hands-on-healing, channeled and traditional shamanic healing practices. The shamanic healer utilizes traditional techniques to bring back harmony to a person's energetic fields, retrieve information, and achieve healings.

Olivia works within multiple dimensions, simultaneously, holding “space & time” to balance and remove inappropriate energies from the physical body and surrounding energetic bodies, allowing healing to take place. As a shaman healer, Olivia mends the energetic fragments to your soul and your physical body, to regain strength and balance to your full being.

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In the News:

A Few Moments on the Waterfronts


Riverside Park at 81st Street, Manhattan, 3 p.m.: Journeying

Manhattan
Scott Silverman for The New York Times

Members of the New York Shamanic Circle gathered on the Hudson waterfront.

A drum beats methodically 20 feet from the Hudson, attracting curious looks from joggers,
bikers and baby strollers. Seven women, dressed mostly in earth tones, lie in a circle
around their shaman, Olivia Olkowski, 47, who leads the journey. Ten minutes later the
drum ceases and a conversation begins. Discussion focuses on letting go of bad habits,
facing a traumatic experience in one’s past and overcoming obstacles.

The women are all part of the New York Shamanic Circle, a nonprofit organization that
promotes healing and earth-honored living. On the first Sunday of every month, the
group members meet outdoors, weather permitting, to embark on their spiritual journeys.
This month’s session utilized elementals found here on the Hudson waterfront—earth,
water and sky—to achieve an altered state and access the subconscious mind.
– SCOTT SILVERMAN

link:
http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/08/03/a-few-moments-on-the-waterfronts/


Natural Working Mama

Moving Forward with Purpose

It has been a year since the
huge shift in my life began. The venue I worked for closed. I started various projects that got delayed. And I started working for my older son's school.

Since the birth of number 2 things had felt different. In the last month of pregnancy I bought a necklace from an amazing jeweler Olivia Olkowski. Her line is oh!olivia. I have owned several pieces. They always called to me from the case at the Meta Center where I had acupuncture with the amazing Pipper Armel. Each piece I found at the right time, and when I picked them up I was always surprised to find out that the stone corresponded exactly to the experiences I was having at that time.
This amazing piece has an oblong
Chalcedony Drusy  stone and a chain of small rubies. It is stunning. There were several important things she told me about the stone, when I put it on - but the phrase that stuck was "life's purpose."

In my heart I knew with this new baby, I would need to make a big shift in my life, a big shift in my consciousness. I wore that necklace as my contractions began and didn't take it off for months. And sure enough during that time my path started to lead me on a new journey. I was yearning to be with my family, but I was loyal to work and kept pushing. My body did not agree and forced me to slow down. Then the venue closed. Then my new projects inched along. I replaced a woman who was going on maternity leave, she spoke constantly of the time she would spend with her new baby and inside I cried for the time I was not spending with my boys. it seemed everywhere I turned that sentiment played over and over, each time striking me a bit harder and a little lower. I needed to be with my children.

At first I had the excuse of my job and income to keep me away, but things had slowed down. I was faced with either diving back in or making a change. My mother visited, she gave her usual "move closer to us. My initial reaction was "no way!" Leave my friends? My life? My network? My opportunities? But I wanted to see my Mom more. She had health challenges in the past and it always really hurt that they were not so willing to come visit us in NY. It also made me so sad to see how much she yearned to have us closer.
My husband is brilliant. His words were "money comes and goes, but you never get the time back."

So that was it. We jumped off the cliff. There were tears in my eyes when I told my Mom our decision the next morning. I think those tears have been forever misinterpreted. We didn't make a decision because we had no other options. There were plenty. We made the conscious decision to work towards strengthening our family. Those tears were for what we would leave behind, most everything - our friends, our life. The excuse we gave everyone was financial, and things were hard but the real truth was that we needed to look at our family and strengthen our foundation.

Now we are here. We have learned so much. Maybe we will stay. Maybe we will return to NY. But regardless of what may come, I know with every inch of my being that I /we are truly moving forward with purpose.

http://www.naturalworkingmama.blogspot.com/2011/04/moving-forward-with-purpose.html
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