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IHC Indigenous Healing Center of Mexico

Healing the Lightbody ~Medicine of the Great Spirit~

The Indigenous Healing Center's mission is to heal and teach people through individual and group spiritual healing sessions, workshops, retreats, practitioner education programs and products. We learn, practice, and apply Energy Medicine--energy healing protocols and techniques utilizing ceremony and ritual. The ancient healing arts equalize the four dimensions of our body: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

The use of vibrations from such sources as the energy of the elements, voice and instrumental tones, movement, and breath brings balance to thoughts, harmony to feelings and restoration of the body's health. The essence is a healing of your soul. In turn, you will receive the possibility of living a healthier, happier and more rewarding life. Remember, you are a Soul having a human experience.

The Elder Thaayrohyadi, the Founder and Owner of the Indigenous Healing Center is a Medicine Man and Spiritual Guide of the Otomi People from the Olmec Toltec Teotihuacan Lineage. He has a Master's degree in Peace and Development Studies. As a Traditional Counselor and Native Healer, He is highly trained and experienced with 25 years of practice in traditional healing energy protocols. The Healing Ceremonies have been shown to be effective, efficient, and filled with the healing energy of Mpoho (love and beauty).

The modern world erroneously labels shamanic practices as primitive and many traditional techniques have been lost through the European colonization of the "new world." In fact, the energy healing protocols are enlightening and effective, often with some outstanding and seemingly inexplicable outcomes. Our vision is to preserve the cross-cultural healing traditions and teachings as we integrate them into our energy healing practices.

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If you are unable to come to the IHC Indigenous Healing Center in Mexico, we can conduct many of the healing ceremonies in the distance healing format. If you have questions, wish to schedule a healing session, or just would like to receive our news and Calendar of Events, please email us at or call the cell phone: 347-836-0423

Eliminate fatigue, stress, and anxiety. Detox the body, cleanse cellular memory, improve metabolic processes, and reduce weight. Improve vision (physical, mental and emotional. Balance the endocrine system. Relieve sinusitis and headaches. Promote deep meditation and rest. Free emotions and traumas and reactivate the DNA. Augment and reactivate the body's energy. Heighten concentration and creativity. Align, equalize and clean your chakras and your aura. Strenghten organs and the immune system. Help to cure serious diseases.

What is Indigenous Shamanic Healing? Indigenous Shamanic Healing is a spiritual method of healing that deals with the spiritual aspect of illness. It is important to understand that in the practice in shamanism the shamanic practitioner works in partnership with his/her helping spirits in the diagnosis and determination of the appropriate healing ceremony.

In the Shaman's world view, there are three common causes of illness requiring one or more of the following ceremonies:

Lost Power Ceremony: A person may have lost his or her power, causing depression, chronic illness, or a series of misfortunes. In this case, the shaman journeys to restore that person's lost power.

Soul Retrieval Ceremony: A person may have lost part of their soul or essence, causing soul loss. This sometimes occurs during an emotional or physical trauma, such as accidents, surgery, abuse, war, natural disasters, relationship difficulties, death of a loved one, or other traumatic circumstances. Soul loss can result in dissociation, post-traumatic stress syndrome, depression, illness, immune deficiency problems, addictions, unending grief, or coma. Soul loss can prevent us from creating healthy relationships and the life we truly wish to live. Through this ceremony, the shaman tracks down the parts that have fled and been lost.

Soul Extraction Healing: Spiritual blockage or negative energies that the client has taken on due to the loss of his or her power or soul. These spiritual blockages also cause illness, usually in a localized area of the body. It is the role of the shaman to extract and remove these harmful energies from the body.

Peaceful Transition Ceremony: The shaman heals both the living and the deceased. In healing those who died, the shaman performs a ceremony for peaceful transition. The ceremony can also include clearing a home or land of spirits who are in a state of unrest.

Effectiveness of Healing Methods. The Healing Ceremonies have been shown to be effective, enlightening and efficient. Although there is no way to predict the results that will manifest emotionally or physically, the energy healing protocols often have some outstanding and seemingly inexplicable outcomes. At times they may obviate the need for traditional psychological and medical treatment, although, of course, this remains an option at the patient's choice.

METHODS OF TREATMENT: The shamanic practitioner may provide only spiritual follow up treatments, if necessary. Following the spiritual healing, patients may continue work with the shamanic practitioner on the process of integration. In continued work with additional spiritual practices and ceremonies, one may find ways to restore balance and harmony in life and to create a positive present and future, exploring the creation of a meaningful life. Life without passion and meaning can result in despair.

FOLLOW-UP: A patient may feel he or she has a sufficient support system in psychotherapy and with other spiritual practices and do not need such follow up work with a shamanic practitioner. Part of the role of the shamanic practitioner is to help the patient determine the best way to support the shamanic healing work that has been done.

LISTENING: Today in a psychologically sophisticated culture a client may arrive with a pre-conceived idea of the healing process and their particular healing needs. It is important to realize that this is not how shamanic healing works. The shamanic practitioner listens to the problem the client presents and then consults with his or her healing spirits for the spiritual diagnosis and the proper healing method.

Other types of Shamanic Healing include: Heart Purification, Curse Unraveling, Spiritual Light.

Healing versus curing: In our tradition there is a simple difference. Curing is based on responding to symptoms only, and healing is based in finding and dealing with the root cause that creates the symptom. Healing results of an experience of infinity. While healing we measure success by increased well-being, a sense of new found peace, empowerment and a feeling of communion with all life.

COST: Sessions are individually determined and designed. Fees are adjusted according to the patient's needs. Patients are invited to support the Center in other ways also, consulting with the Medicine Man before scheduling a healing session.

If you are interested in either receiving a Shamanic Healing or Shamanic Training, please contact us at the Indigenous Healing Center: email:

Indigenous Healing Therapies

Ya Pa - Chakra Balancing
Nthuhki - Cleansing of Aura

Nzuni - Sound Therapy
Xihto - Crystal Healing
Pado - Sacred Stones
Hini - Therapy of Silence
Ts'edi - Cosmic Energy
Tsihna - Breath
Kuhu - Colors
Yuni - Essences
Xi'oni - Feathers
Njoxti - Massage
Hnei - Sacred Dances
Thuhu - Sacred Songs
Ntzuni - Acupressure
Dehe - Water
Hoi - Earth
Ndahi - Wind
Tsibi - Fire
Yoti - Light
Hyadi - Sun
Zana - Moon
Tihta - Sweat Lodge

Mahki Nxo - Sacred Ceremonies
Mahki Paxi - Energy of Plants
Mahki Zu'mi - Energy of Animals
T'ii - Dreams
Xodi - Prayers
Mahki Nija - Pyramids
Mahki Ohki - Caves
Togi Dehe - Water Falls
Pathe - Hot Springs
Mahki T'oho - Mountains

Guru - Medicine Wheel

Mahki Ngu - Cleansing Homes, other spaces

Tsoya - Meditation

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