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With the upcoming Winter Solstice, the darkest and lowest point we collectively get to in the Northern Hemisphere, I felt called to take a little dip into the four big wounds women and people socialised as women often experience in our society. Because this is the time to face our shadows, our wounds, to shine a light on them, so we can learn their lessons and allow them to heal.

Today, you’ll learn about:

-> The Mother/Daughter Wound
-> The Sister Wound
-> The Witch Wound and
-> The Wound of the Masculine

Because recognition, understanding and acknowledgment create space for compassion and forgiveness and, subsequently, healing.

Often we move from recognition to beating ourselves up …
But when we dare to sit with the pain of the recognition, care to truly understand our wound and what it might be here to tell us, acknowledge and validate our experience, we can develop more compassion for ourselves, for the wound, for other people and maybe even start forgiving (not forgetting).

This is not for the faint of heart. But it will bring you much peace of mind.

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I’m looking forward to connecting with you!

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