Overview of The Love & Money Wound™
The core self-limiting belief of the Love & Money Wound™ is, “Love & money are wrapped up together in many of my most intimate relationships, both present and past. So money is never just about money, and love is never just about love. To get one, especially in abundance, I must go without some aspect of the other.”
What drives this Wound is the fear that you can’t have both money and love, freely and in abundance.
Put another way, you fear that you can never have both FINANCIAL support, safety and security as well as EMOTIONAL support, safety and security.
This Wound is about power and control. It asks the question, "How do I create safety for myself, using a combination of money and relationships?"
Whichever version of the Love & Money Wound™ you're driven by, there is help for you in the tools and resources on this page.
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Like a lot of people, Lisa was suffering from more than one Wound. This article is about how the Love & Money Wound™ showed up in Lisa’s marriage; and her fears about how it might be affecting her business today.
The roots of this Wound are deep in our early childhood, and it forms the basis of how we give and receive love in the world. So unless your Love & Money Wound™ has been dealt with (usually through therapy), your life is currently built around your Wound, it's very difficult to see it in yourself.
One exception is if this Wound was a factor in your PAST relationships. So today we’re going to look at the archetype of the Rich Housewife, through the lens of a woman named Heidi Knoderer. Heidi is a 60-something professional woman living in Guadalajara, Mexico with 4 grown children and 2 ex-husbands.
Get Unstuck by Confronting The REAL Cause of Your Blockages
Today we're talking about why you're stuck, whatever stuck means to you.
What I'm going to be talking about today is that the reason you keep being stuck is that the things you are trying to change are not the things that need to change. The things we try to change - what we're willing to change - are by definition the things that are easy for us to change.
But that isn't what's keeping us stuck! Instead, we have to be looking at the ways that our circumstances, the people around us, the World At Large, the universe, is trying to get us to change the things that actually matter. The things we don't want to change. The things we are holding on for dear life to stay the same.
And I'm not just lecturing here today, I'm struggling with this right along with you, I'll be sharing the story of what happened right here on my Facebook wall, this past weekend, and the lessons that I am being forced to learn as a result.