February 18


10 Things to Know About Core Wounds

By Christina Ammerman

February 18, 2024

chakras, core wound, Divine Feminine, Divine Masculine, ego, limiting beliefs, Source, subconscious mind

I’ve been studying and healing Core Wounds since 2017.

By “studying, ” I don’t mean in books, classrooms or workshops, or following other people’s theories.

I mean that I’ve gotten into people’s minds and energies, studying my clients and even myself to understand specifically and clearly where our Core Wounds come from, where they are within us, and how they affect us in our lives inside and out.

It all began when I got tired of seeing problems that I thought I’d healed for myself and my clients come back again, That’s when I demanded from the Universe to know what it takes to create permanent healing.

From that moment I was led on a journey to develop a very precise and effective process for permanent healing.

A key phase of that journey was learning about the Core Wounds, gaining insights about them that had been previously undiscovered by anyone else.

Here’s what I’ve learned that you need to know.

1. You got your Core Wounds while you were still in the womb.

This is a common misconception. Most people who talk about Core Wounds say we got them in childhood, but they were already within you by the time you came out of your mother’s womb.

2. The experience of getting those Core Wounds formed your ego.

Those Core Wounds created the illusion that you were cut off from Source energy.

Without that feeling of being universally loved and supported, your human self defaulted to, “Well, I guess I’ve got to take care of myself and protect myself.”

And so all of your consciousness dropped into your nervous system, and your survival instincts became the things that you relied on to take care of and protect yourself.

3. Your Core Wounds have been passed down from generation to generation.

I don’t know exactly how far back that chain goes, but it’s millennia, not just decades.

I believe that at some point in humanity, there was a golden age when people lived on this planet without having Core Wounds.

I also suspect that the stories about original sin which exist in some religions are actually a reference to the Core Wounds being introduced into humanity.

4. Your Core Wounds are chakra blocks.

They are also limiting beliefs and subconscious emotional patterns. They’re all three in one, existing on all those levels of your being at once.

5. There are only two possible Core Wounds.

You may hear other people talking about more core wounds than that – a longer list which includes wounds like abandonment and trust issues.

But in truth, the only two Core Wounds are unworthiness and unlovability.

Any of those other wounds like abandonment issues are layers on top of your two primary Core Wounds.

6. Your Core Wounds are located specifically in two of your chakras.

Unworthiness is held in your Crown Chakra

Unlovability is held in your Root Chakra.

human body seated cross-legged, 7 major chakras depicted along the spine, Core Wounds depicted at Crown and Root chakras

7. Your Core Wounds limit the flow of Source energy through you.

Here’s how, based on their locations:

  • The Core Wound of unworthiness that exists in your Crown Chakra blocks your connection to the masculine aspects of Source energy, what some people refer to as the Divine Masculine or Sacred Masculine.
  • The Core Wound unlovable that exists in your Root Chakra blocks your connection to the feminine aspects of Source, what some people refer to as the Divine Feminine or Sacred Feminine.

8. Your Core Wounds are the deepest root cause of every unwanted manifestation in your life.

All of your negative self-image and self-talk issues, your relationship issues, struggles with physical health, struggles in your relationships with other people, struggles in your business, struggles with money – everything can be traced all the way down to being caused by feelings of unworthiness or unlovability or both.

9. Healing your Core Wounds is required for achieving full enlightenment

(This is where it gets juicy.)

You might already understand intellectually that you are an eternal divine being.

You might even have isolated moments in meditation, etc., where you experience it.

But you can’t fully and permanently embody that understanding until you fully unblock your Crown and Root chakras, so that Source energy can always flow through you unfettered.

This is the only way to achieve and maintain what some people call Christ consciousness, Buddha consciousness, or Nirvana.

And it’s what many of us are here to achieve in this life.

10. There are only two ways to heal your Core Wounds.

(This one might be exciting or uncomfortable, depending on how you look at it.)

There are only two ways that you can completely and permanently heal your Core Wounds.

One is by working with a healer who has their own Core Wounds healed so that they don’t have blind spots to the process and they know how to heal it for somebody else.

The other way is to have a near-death experience (NDE).

During an NDE, a person experiences full reconnection with Source, which they then bring back into their earthly lives.

Have you noticed that the most enlightened spiritual teachers have had NDEs? It’s how they know and trust what they’re sharing with you.

I’m one of the few exceptions. I came into this life with the purpose to develop a path to full consciousness without needing to have an NDE, which I have achieved.

About the author

Christina Ammerman is a pioneer in the world of energy psychology. As a masterful spiritual healer and medical intuitive with the mind of an engineer, she has perfected a method for permanently healing the Core Wounds and surrounding subconscious patterns. By combining that with her study of anatomy and physiology and her keen appetite for solving puzzles, she's been able to help people heal many conditions they were told they would simply have to live with.

Her “why” is peace - World Peace as the result of more and more people finding Inner Peace. Her own experience with childhood abuse and its effects on her adult life remains a catalyst for her to explore peace in all its forms.

This content is provided for informational purposes only and does not substitute professional medical advice or consultations with healthcare professionals. Use at your own risk.

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