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SYMPTOMS + PERPETUATING BEHAVIORS

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

🌀  Give away my resources (time, energy, money, body, services, etc.) for free or for very little, as if they were disposable.

🌀  Chronically borrow against my own security and well being, thus perpetually feeling depleted, indebted and/or in survival mode.

🌀  Overstay miserable relationships and/or flee at the first sign of conflict.

🌀  Unable to receive, thus compulsively reciprocate any acts of kindness with an act of owing others back.

🌀  Chronically wait for the other shoe to drop.

🌀  Lack a healthy sense of entitlement in getting my needs / desires met.

🌀  Often beat self up, unsure how to nurture and meet my own needs / desires.

  

 

 

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 worthless

🗝 I have no value

🗝 I am disposable

 

Maturation + Integration Practices

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

🌹 Explore activities / people that bring me joy / pleasure and make them a necessity and priority.

🌹 See and own the value of my unique gifts and express them in life enhancing ways.

🌹 Cultivate conflict resolution skills to better navigate relationships.

 

 

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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.