Shapeshift Yourself and Your World

Shapeshift yourself means transform, or become new and changed. The best example of shapeshifting is changing attitudes, making commitments, and letting go of limiting beliefs. Think you are worthless? Shapeshift yourself into someone who “knows you are worthy.”

Transform Yourself and the World?

Yes, please!

Many days I practice meditation by doing a guided meditation journey. (Do them with me!) Through a story or with an intention just close your eyes and imagine. In a journey, we can dream desired worlds and gain the energy to create them. Our imagination can take us deep within the self. (So deep that we are often outside of our self.)

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I use guided journeying to connect to Spirit and get information, energy, or healing that can help me transform myself, my clients, and the world. Anyone can do it. Anyone. For example, you might journey to your Higher Self to ask yourself how to handle a predicament that you are in. How to calm your anxiety. Or you might journey to your ex and forgive them for the betrayal. Or you might journey to cancer cells in your body and counsel them to heal. May indigenous healers use this technique because it teaches people how to get in touch with their own inner healer.

Besides, journeying is fun. And fun is good! Our spirit guides, the saints, angels, and the Divine in all forms are fun and funny. Laughter is the best way to transform ourselves.

There is so much turmoil going on in the world today. But what we assume are walls, limits and problems, are actual widows into our souls, so we can see and do deep healing. When we heal ourselves, we heal the world.

“The crises we face everyday are opportunities.” says John Perkins, “You and I have important roles to play in creating a world future generations will want to inherit.” 

Do you want to shapeshift yourself? What would you change?

16 thoughts on “Shapeshift Yourself and Your World”

  1. Harleena Singh@Freelance Writer

    Sounds wonderful Jodi!

    Had never heard about shamanic journey earlier than now, and I think this kind of guided meditation is surely a fun way that anyone can practice. I do meditate but practice transcendental meditation that’s of a different kind.

    It sure is a nice way to even get the kids started with meditation, which is quite different from the other forms of meditation as you need to close your eyes and mainly imagine and dream desired worlds.

    Thanks for sharing about something that I need to try. 🙂

    1. Jodi Lobozzo Aman

      I hope you do! Tell me what you think! I love TM, too. It depends on my mood and what is going on which kind of meditation I chose. I know some people swear by only one kind, but I think there are many paths within, we just have to take action, or stop and be quiet, rather–and get on one!

  2. Thank you for an inspiring post. So many inviting ways to engage our spirit and consciousness, and yet we move through our days forgetting to lift the veil. Cheers!

  3. Since I read about your first experience there, I have been dreaming and planning to go and participate.
    Since that dream can’t come true now, I will consider it just postponed. Maybe when there will be a new opportunity, I will have less stress and be able to learn more <3
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  4. I had heard of shamanic journeys, but this is the clearest definition I’ve read. Thank you. I feel like I’m on a journey to self-discovery and the lifting of all kinds of obstacles. It’s still kind of nebulous, but I can feel good things happening. I would love to attend these seminars. Not possible this year, so I will be like Nikky and consider them postponed. 🙂
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    1. Jodi Lobozzo Aman

      Thanks, I hope I took some of the mystery out of it, it is so simple and doable, yet powerful. I lead my clients and none of them have had trouble. They love the experience of being empowered to do their own healing.

  5. Probably the best example I have of this kind of meditation journey working absolute wonders is when I was scheduled to have major surgery in 2006. I used a book & CD by Peggy Huddleston called Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster and spent the two weeks before my surgery imagining my body as it would feel healed and strong. Let me just say that I had the best, easiest surgery ever, used no pain meds, and astounded the doctors with my recovery. It was truly an amazing experience.
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    1. Jodi Lobozzo Aman

      Really cool story. Everyone should do that for surgery. Have you heard of hypnosis instead of anesthesia? You have a much quicker recovery. Amazing research on these things.

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