The wounds, trauma, that we have carried deep down inside of us rooted deeply from our childhood. These wounds stop you to actually LIVE your life and be who you truly are.
The rejection wound creates a sense of withdrawal and loneliness—the fear of being rejected, making you stay in your comfort zones.
The “not feeling enough” wound shows up as you 'try to' to do more, try to please someone, or try to get approval from others. And in that process, you are losing yourself.
The “try to hide” wound carries deep hidden anger from being bullied and humiliated.
Because of the fear of humiliation, you might create a wall around you to make you feel safe. But ultimately, this wall hides you and your talents from people.
The “Perfectionist” creates a push of non-stop proving and competing.
This prevents you from ever feeling that you are enough, and you have enough
“If your foot hurts when you walk outside, you can do two things: One is the wrap the whole world in burlap or you can get a pair of shoes.” ~ Ramana Maharshi
Remember: You always have a choice:
You can see yourself as a victim to the world and try to change the world and people so that they won’t hurt you anymore.
Or you can actually EMPOWER yourself. And that’s what the healing is all about.