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SYMPTOMS + PERPETUATING BEHAVIORS

Do you recognize these symptoms or behaviors that perpetuate the wound?

🌀  Design my entire life inside chronic self-sufficiency and/or addictions (eg. workaholism), thus further isolating myself.

🌀  Contort self to be what others want, so to be loved, accepted and/or validated.

🌀  Overstay relationships that I’ve long outgrown because I can’t bear ending up alone and/or abandoning others.

🌀  Often feel left out or left behind personally and/or professionally (eg. last one picked for dodge ball, first one laid off from team).

🌀  Lingering sense of discontentment with where I am in life and what I have.

🌀  Avoid joining communities, so to abandon others before they can abandon me.

🌀  Leave relationships during conflict rather than stay to resolve misunderstanding and deepen intimacy.

  

 

 

Are you spinning in busyness, drowning in overwhelm or stuck in isolation?
Then one of your inner wounded children may be running the show. Identify your top 3 Wounded Child Archetypes to reclaim your peace, time and freedom.

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WOUNDED CHILD archetypeS TEST 

 

 

False Identities to Release

🗝 I am alone

🗝 I am not wanted

🗝 I am abandoned

 

Maturation + Integration Practices

If you do recognize yourself in these archetypes, here are some practices to maturate and integrate that wounded child.

🌹 Practice embodying gratitude by deeply seeing / appreciating everything that I already have.

🌹 Maturate my capacity for reading the room and understanding the subtleties of social cues.

🌹 Stay and work through challenges without severing connections or stunting my own growth.

 

 

Are you spinning in busyness, drowning in overwhelm or stuck in isolation?
Then one of your inner wounded children may be running the show. Identify your top 3 Wounded Child Archetypes to reclaim your peace, time and freedom.

⤵︎

WOUNDED CHILD archetypeS TEST 

 

 

Viewed through sacred lenses, my wounds become my greatest gift.
– ELLANY LEA

The Abandoned Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Burden Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Deprived Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Disposable Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Failure Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Freak Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Insufficient Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Invisible Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Mistake Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The Powerless Child • Wounded Child Archetypes
The "Too Much" Child • Wounded Child Archetypes​
The Unsafe Child • Wounded Child Archetypes

With infinite grace,

xo, Ella

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Ellany LeaAUTHOR • When Ellany said yes to freedompreneurship, she had no idea it'd turn into a spiritual quest of reclaiming the 1,000 pieces of her soul.