Mongolian Shamanic Healing
Shamans are healers who are able to travel between the physical reality and the spiritual world. Our resident Mongolian shaman, Maji Altanchimeg, will take you on a journey that will open the door for you to experience profound healing.
On the marvelous land of the Mongolian steppe, there are certain people who are called “shamans”. Shamans are able to travel between the physical reality and the spiritual world. These mystical beings are mediums chosen by the spirits to deliver messages to people who are seeking answers about who they are and how they fit into this world.
Shamans also work with spirit helpers to restore the balance within people, and also within the world. What’s more, they hold high reverence for the earth and all living things, as they believe and follow the principles of harmonious coexistence between human beings and nature.
Maji Altanchimeg (“Maji”) is OHM Center’s resident Mongolian Shaman. She has been trying to bring traditional Mongolian shamanism to the modern world to serve more people. Based on her understanding and practice, she has developed a way of working with her spirit guides for the purposes of offering profound healing on the physical, emotional and spiritual levels.
Maji believes that true healing starts when the soul is being seen and touched. Thus, she tries to meet people where they are, and use their own language to help them connect with the Source to maximize the effects of healing.
In this 1-hour session, Maji uses channeling and hands-on healing to deliver messages from spiritual guides. People can experience energetic release and reconnection with their higher being during this healing, taking them to where joy, love, and peace abides.
Each soul is so special and precious. Maji embraces everyone with respect and love. The outcome of your learning process and healing with her will offer the opportunity to connect with your guides for greater life fulfillment.
“Life is made out of magic…. let’s embrace every day with a humble and grateful heart!” — Maji