Hey guys! I’ve got a high-frequency transmission for coaches, healers and practitioners who are struggling and attached unconsciously to the struggle.
I want to talk about this Wounded Healer archetype because it’s in my arsenal of archetypes.
Many people who work as healers and coaches, like really transformational coaches and practitioners, have this archetype in their arsenal.
And there’s nothing wrong with it.
It sounds a bit like, “Ooh, Wounded healer.”
Often it is the wounds that make you the healer.
And the interesting piece about the wounded healer is that the journey of the wounded healer is healer heal thyself.
As we’re healing and working with others, then we can transform our own woundedness and shift it into healed and shift it into whole, and remembering that you are whole even beyond the wound and reclaiming and remembering your power is not in anything that has happened to you or anything that you do but in who you are.
Remembering your divinity, remembering your wholeness, the wholeness that lives beyond the wound, whatever the wound is, the wholeness, remembering that even in the moment of the wound that you are still a whole being.
And I’ve been doing a lot of work myself around this, around showing up more around transmuting this archetype myself.
Particularly with a reference to showing up in a bigger way for my industry in particular showing up in a bigger way for healers who are in that lower level struggle, who have amazing skills but haven’t yet broken through in a tangible way, a measurable way, who haven’t broken through like six figures of earning for their healing skills, who struggle to make a basic living wage in a Western privileged country, to make a basic living wage from their service to humanity.
And so then I’m kind of breaking through my next level of that. I’ve broken through that six-figure thing – but now I’m looking to break through a seven-figure barrier.
And so I’m going through the same thing, shifting into this next level of showing up in a bigger way and serving people in a bigger way, and wanting to be transparent and authentic about my journey as I go through it in a useful way.
I had a big breakthrough last night around the attachment to the struggle and the attachment to healing as a process, as a way of validating the healer identity.
Because if healing was instantaneous, if it was like one second and you could heal instantaneously, then would healers, practitioners, coaches be out of a job?
Like there is an element of “if healing was instantaneous”.
And it can be. And it is.
If healing was instantaneous then it would invalidate or undermine the journey of healing that people go on, and the unfolding and the learning along the way, and the beautiful kind of complexities of understanding your own nature as you go through unpacking “Ooh, what was this wound about? Why couldn’t I do this and what were the beliefs there? What was the meta programs and why did that happen? What were the emotions and what were the past lives? And what was involved in that?”
And kind of unpacking the beautiful humanity of going into the story. And unpacking the wound in order to shift the wound and heal the wound and then create different behavior and then create different results.
So what if you could just go, “Bam!” and then just do the different thing to get different results?
Well, I know people like this. And they don’t hold that archetype of the Wounded Healer, they hold a different set of archetypes.
For those of us who have this Wounded Healer archetype, it can almost seem like those people are unicorns.
Like, “How could you just do the thing? What about all the resistance? And what about clearing the things and clearing the blocks along the way?”
And they just don’t seem to have any blocks, they just take action – and that’s it. In that particular area. In the area of their genius. In other areas, they may have blocks.
You know, we’re all humans and we all have different kinks in our chakra host.
So, yeah. I had this insight yesterday about this Wounded Healer archetype being directly connected to the attachment to the identity of being a healer.
And, you know, there’s no need for a healer if there is no wound. There is no need for a healing community if there is no journey that people go on.
And so, the love that you have, the equal love that you have for the healing community and the community and the relationships that you have, and the identification and the self-validation that you get from being a healer and helping people change and supporting their change, is in equal parts supporting you and undermining your own ability to move to the next level.
This is like the kind of landing of my priestess archetype.
So if we shift from being a Wounded Healer where the journey has to take a long time and we also in certain areas of our lives unconsciously sabotage or undermine our own capacity to shine and show up and be the result, then we’re self-sabotaging ourselves from showing up in a new way to actually be the transmission of the result.
When you get to show up as the transmission of being that result then it kind of collapses this concept of linear time and that healing has to take a long time and be a process – and you can start to shift into healing miracles where someone was stuck and then now we do a thing and now they’re healed and they just go on with their lives.
And so that radically transforms your transformational value. It radically transforms your ability to show up in a new way.
It radically transforms your ability to be in power because you are really remembering yourself as a miracle worker.
Even going back to religious prophecies, it’s like Jesus in the Bible saying, “This and more, you can do and you will do.”
And this remembrance that we are going through as a community of ascending beings is in the remembrance of ourselves as miracle workers and the collapsing of linear time into quantum shifts.
If this is the healing journey and we’re attached to the healing journey as like, “I go along this healing journey and that’s the journey.”
What about if we just went, “I want to get from here to here and I’m just going to bend time and I’m just going to go straight through it.”
If we can connect into this sense of self as being like Joe Dispenza says, “No time, no thing, no where, no one,” and can let go of the identity as a healer and let go of the identification with the woundedness, then we have the capacity to show up as a transformational transmission of change.
And then you don’t necessarily need a process, or a script, or a set of trainings. It is in the being of the result that you can help people shift. And it is in being your joy and expressing what brings you joy, not to save the world but to just be yourself and being what brings you joy.
I am working on unfolding this realization into a format, into a training. Unbelievably. A training that can help you to remember your transformational power and to unhook and grow up and take your Wounded Healer on a transformational journey, so that you can show up differently in the world as a transmission of change.
Along the way you might learn some specific skills, strategies, processes. Because that’s the being work – and there is also the doing work and the skill development so I can now do both.
I’m still working on this.
I will reconfigure my Growth Collective program in light of these new awakenings and I’ll get back to you shortly.
But if this resonates with you, if you resonate with the idea that you have been unconsciously keeping yourself in struggle because it is a secondary gain that is stopping you from moving into your greater self-fulfillment and your greater being of your soul gifts – and you’ve been too attached to the identity of the healer and the community and joy that you get in the process of going on a healing journey…
If you’d like to kind of break that down and still be within the community…
We don’t have to give up the community, we can be a community of enlightened beings and enjoy the process of unfolding our remembrance rather than doing a healing journey or learning a specific thing.
So, all of those things can be included and adding in this next layer of magical transmission remembrance.
If this speaks to you in any way, shape or form, write TRANSMISSION below.
I want to connect with people that are really feeling this work. And I want to help this connection and communication to shift the way that I show up as a teacher, as a priestess, as a trainer, as a human being.
If you’ve been struggling with a Wounded Healer and you want to shift into being like a transformational priestess of change, or priest, or wizard, or whatever it is, write TRANSMISSION in the comments below.
I want to set up some time to chat to some people next week about it and start to shape this based on what you want.
So let me know.
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