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The Spiritual Cause of Anxiety & Depression

By Christina Ammerman

July 20, 2020

anxiety, core wound, depression

Do you experience anxiety and/or depression?

Have you ever wondered, “If I attract what I am, then why have I attracted this anxiety/depression?”

Here’s the explanation: Anxiety and depression both happen because of a Core Wound that you experienced while you were still in the womb. That’s why it’s so hard for traditional therapies to get to the root cause, because it started before you had conscious thought.

In other words, you attract the experience because your energy is blocked.

Anxiety is the result of the Core Wound at the Crown Chakra. It cuts you off from guidance you’re designed to receive directly from your Creator. As a result, there’s no inner compass telling which is right, so you keep juggling them all.

Depression is the result of the Core Wound at the Root Chakra. You know which idea to act on, but don’t trust that you’ll be supported or successful in doing it. As a result, you unconsciously put all your resources into suppressing your energy, instead of letting your power work for you.

The effects of these wounds accumulate and eventually affect the physical body in any number of ways. For many people, it manifests as the chemical imbalance that causes anxiety or depression.

I’m always clear with my clients that they need to keep taking their doctor-prescribed medicine as long as the problem exists on a physical level. Along the way, most of them find that as we heal their chakras and clear the underlying emotional issues, the chemicals naturally balance themselves and they can talk to their doctors about being weaned off the medicine.

If this makes you wonder which Core Wound you have, you can find out by taking the Core Wound Quiz.

About the author

Christina Ammerman is a Master Spiritual Healer, a Divine Truth-teller, and a peacemaker. Her soul purpose is to offer Divine Love, healing, and guidance to anyone who seeks alignment with their Divine Self. 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 is an ongoing catalyst for her to explore peace in all its polarities. Christina is an avid student of Abraham (Esther Hicks) and A Course in Miracles. She strives for unconditional acceptance of everyone including herself, believing in the inherent right of every person to choose how they identify and express themselves.

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