Shamanism for Sexual Healing

In this episode, Devi Ward Erickson and her guest discuss how to use Shamanism to cultivate sexual healing which includes the use of ritual and ceremony during sexual experiences, why its so important to unite sex and spirit, and how non-monogamous sex can be spiritual and healing.

Find out:


  • How to use plant medicine during sexual experiences


  • Working with the elements and why its important for healing


  • How to prepare for a shamanic journey


  • How to choose a Shaman/ sexual healer


  • Healing sexual trauma with pleasure and Shamanic work


Watch the interview below!


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Jhoselyn Thomas is a Licensed Registered Nurse with over 16 years of experience, a Sacred Sexuality Guide, Sexual health advocate and Certified Tantra Practitioner. A Shaman training with the indigenous Shuar culture of her native country of Ecuador; a plant medicine retreat facilitator, and intuitive healer. She has worked with clients of all ages, genders and backgrounds in both Spanish (her native tongue), and English. Sharing her medical and holistic knowledge about health, healing and emotional balancing life. Working with knowledge passed down from her South American Indigenous lineage, as well as her western training.
When Jhoselyn is not living her path as a healer, she spends her life as a nurturing parent to 2 wonderful girls, a wife to her amazing husband and girlfriend to her lovers in a polyamorous union of 18 years. She also enjoys traveling, teaching, and growing her own edible garden and cooking healing meals for her loved ones.
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