Balanzu Way Tradition

The Balanzu Way is the energywork tradition I hold, based on the balance of masculine and feminine energies, and the power of transformation that rises in the space between. The tradition is grounded in my Mexican/indigenous lineage and shamanic practice, and is guided by the spirits I work with. I currently have a number of apprentices who are practicing the Balanzu Way under my direction, who are all quite extraordinary. Many of them are masters in other energetic or intuitive practices, and come to the Way when they’re ready to really take their work to the next level.

Apprenticeship training in the Balanzu Way is a challenging shamanic warrior path of intensive personal and spiritual growth. It takes many years to unfold, and is only open to those who are called by the spirits that guide the tradition. Practitioners of the Way go through seven ‘Gateways’—powerful initiatory processes of energetic attunement—where they must face and overcome their greatest fears with dedication, courage, and sacrifice. Through this process, apprentices gain knowledge, power, clarity, and compassion, while honing their intuitive gifts as spirit workers and healers.

Practitioners of the Balanzu Way learn to cleanse and protect themselves and their spaces energetically, to channel messages from guides and spirits, and to vision into the past, future, and deeper into the empathic present for guidance and counseling. They perform energy rebalancing, soul retrieval, past-life work, cord-cutting, entity detachment, and other effective healing practices that transform their own lives, and the lives of their clients. While all apprentices of the Balanzu Way share distinctive hallmarks of the tradition, each practitioner’s gifts are honored and unique. If you find yourself reading and resonating with this, and want to work with the tradition or someone in it, be assured you haven’t arrived here by accident. Welcome to the Way!

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