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SYMPTOMS + PERPETUATING BEHAVIORS

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

🌀  Present self as having it all together and don’t need anything from anyone.

🌀  Be a know-it-all, constantly correcting others with unsolicited advice, closed off to new insights, lessons, or perspectives.

🌀  Uncomfortable in a room if not holding a position of power or importance (usually the leader, rarely the follower).

🌀  Often play the hero and make sure others know all my sacrifices and hard work.

🌀  Subtly invalidate others’ power by trumping them, being contrary, or relentlessly drilling holes in their knowing.

🌀  Hard time being vulnerable with others and rarely let people know what I need.

🌀  See power as my birthright, thus plowing over others, unaware of my impact.

  

 

 

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 helpless

🗝 I am hopeless

🗝 I am powerless

 

Maturation + Integration Practices

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

🌹 Learn to acknowledge, appreciate and honor the contributions of others.

🌹 Express my doubts and knowledge gaps vulnerably and see the power of that transparency.

🌹 Champion and feed power to others without losing own power, knowing that power is not finite.

 

 

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 Lea Author • Ellany Lea is a success coach, master freedompreneur, and modern mystic. She writes about the 4 types of knowing as a pathway to full fledged freedom.