Zita Oliveira - Djasakid Services

By: Zita Oliveira  09-12-2011

Intuitive tracking to find the 'root' cause

of the issue.

Hands-on energy healing that works with

the body's medicine wheels (chakras).

  • DISTANT INTER-CONNECTED HEALING

Inter-connected  healing for clients that

are geographically distant (not physically

present).

Guided Gatherings (Soul-Retrieval),

Inner body journeying

Extracting crystallized energies that cause

blockages in the energetic body,

Entity extractions, sorcery based extractions,  

and cedar extractions.

  • POWER / TOTEM ANIMAL RETRIEVAL

Journeying to retrieve your 'power' animal,

and coaching on how to form a healthy

relationship with your animal,

to better help you in life.

Group healing and prayer circles for more

than 3 people. (Consult for group rates)

Purifying and cleansing the body with a

smudging ceremony. Home & Business cleansing

ceremonies are available.

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"Deep within man dwells those slumbering powers; powers that would astonish him, that he never dreamed of possessing; forces that would revolutionize his life if aroused and put into action."

         - Orison Swett Marden

"Our sorrows and wounds are healed only when we touch them with compassion."

                    - Buddha

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Cost: $75.00 Cdn  (per 70 min. session)

Free / 20 min. telephone consultation for new clients. Sessions can also be offered in Portuguese & Spanish.

For session cancellations, please allow a minimum of a 24 hour notice.  

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011