Omanisa is a rainbow shaman guided by Gaia.
Gaia is ‘Mother Nature’, the Earth Goddess.
A shaman is a healer with a deep spiritual connection with Nature and an ability to go into trance and take visionary journeys into the realm of spirit of behalf of others for the purposes of healing and spiritual growth.
Omanisa was initiated onto this path at a young age. She began training herself to enter visionary trance states at the age of 14, and two years later, she was taken on a vision quest by an American Indian Shaman. At the end of the quest, Omanisa had a profound visionary experience of being filled with rainbows created when the first rays of dawn reflected off a spiders thread that was hovering directly in front of her.
Like the spider with it’s web of rainbow colours, Omanisa can feel and sense vibrations in the grand interconnected web of life that connects us and runs through us. Om is blessed with the spirit medicine of spider, spider who wove the first words, who feels vibrations through her web; spider who sews repairs into the fabric of your aura and helps you weave new connections, new energy lines, new stories….
“My spirit guide Gaia calls me Iris the Rainbow Goddess, her little rainbow weaver“
With this healing, Om witnesses and channels a shamanic visionary nature-based healing journey, as guided by her spirit guide Gaia.
Receive a channeled Aura Attunement from Om’s spirit guide Gaia. This attunement assists with grounding, while also enhancing your connection with, and access to, the Earth’s healing energies. Each attunement is unique, and there are two levels of attunement. The first clears and aligns the aura from the feet chakras up to the hand and heart chakras. The second attunement brings the Gaian energy up to the third eye, enhancing one’s clarity, clarivoyancy, and ability to see the bigger picture.
These intensive healing sessions combine healing and therapeutic story-telling to resolve and heal unfinished business from the past, healing us reintegrate parts of us that are trapped in old trauma patterns