Understanding the Mother Wound
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The Mother Wound
Have you intentionally looked into your mother wound?
We are all born of a mother- and so we all have a mother wound. To understand the mother wound, we have to understand that there are generations of beliefs and behaviors that get passed down. The roles mothers played in the past and in different cultures, how they survived to protect themselves and their children, how that affects the children they raise, and how it continues to get passed down in sons and daughter- the mother wound.
For you to align your soul and upgrade your consciousness, you have to first heal your mother wound patterns.
In this episode of the Shek Check Podcast, we have Kerri Hummingbird, a soul guide, shamanic healer, inspirational speaker, and teacher. She is the best-selling author of books From We to Me: Emerging Self After Divorce and Awakening to Me: One Woman’s Journey to Self-Love. She’s also the creator, the soul, and the host of the Soul Nectar Show.
She talks about her self-discovery journey through the intentional healing of the mother wound.
Listen in to learn the importance of bracing your dark tunnels to find gold in them and heal.
You will also learn the importance of being curious in conversations to simplify things and unlock more flow.
[2:06] Kerri narrates her life story and how it shifted after getting a divorce to face herself.
[7:14] How leaving the paradigm of her life made her know herself even through the pain.
[9:36] The importance of intentionally healing the patterns of your mother wound.
[11:55] How to realign with the divine and shift in your source to release other people in your life from the obligation of being there for you.
[23:06] How to upgrade your consciousness through the science of light transmission.
[26:24] Kerri describes how her soul alignment pilgrimage gave birth to the Soul Nectar show.
[31:16] Discover your unique thumb and design by embracing diversity.
[35:08] Stop making assumptions that people are having the same reality as you.
[37:55] How to always add ‘is that so?’ to get curious and open more of those conversations.
In this episode
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