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Healing our Mother Wounds with Jackie Tapia

Season 3, Ep. 91

Trauma doesn’t necessarily need to be something that happens to us in our lifetime; it can also be something that has been passed down to us through generations of our family. When this happens, you feel inside yourslef a burden that it’s challenging to deal with since it’s not really yours, and usually, it takes deep internal work to face it and heal it. One example of this type of generational trauma it’s the Mother Wound, which is the pain of being a woman passed down through generations of women in patriarchal cultures. And it includes the dysfunctional coping mechanisms used to process that pain.

 

In this episode, I will share my personal experience with Mother Wounds, my healing process, and why I made it my mission to help other women heal from their Mother Wounds.

 

Healing from traumas like the Mother Wound is not easy, and it requires a lot of internal work and willingness to face our deepest fears and pain. If you feel ready to do this work but don’t know where to start, you should join my upcoming free Masterclass: Learn How to Handle Your Shit by Rewiring ANY Cultural Limited Beliefs. In this Masterclass, I will teach you how to rewire these cultural limitations to live your best life. If you're interested, click on this link save your seat right now: https://living-macro.aweb.page/Cultural-Limitations

 

In This Episode You Will Learn:

  • How a social media post about forgiving our parents inspired this episode. (3.59)
  • My personal experience with mother wounds (8.05)
  • A recent episode that triggered my wound (13.15)
  • My upcoming free masterclass (22.17)

 

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