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The Spiritual Causes of Anxiety and Depression

By Christina Ammerman

July 8, 2022

anxiety, core wound, depression, healing

If you experience Chronic Anxiety and Depression, you’ll be encouraged by this.

I know first-hand how frustrating Anxiety and Depression can be for high-impact people. It feels like your mind is betraying you, doesn’t it? You prove every day that you’re more capable than Anxiety and Depression says you are, and yet the cycle continues.

I’m often asked whether I can help people get rid of Anxiety and/or Depression. The answer is a resounding YES!

Chronic Anxiety and Depression are actually quite easy to heal with my approach. I’ve done it for myself, I’ve helped clients overcome both, and I’ve even healed them “accidentally” for other clients who said that “we didn’t even talk about my depression but it has gone away!” while we were focused on other problems.

Anxiety and Depression are just like any other disease, having emotional root causes that have manifested on the physical level.

In fact, the debate over whether Anxiety and Depression are psychological or physical conditions needs to end. They are BOTH – brain chemical imbalances that occur because of subconscious emotional patterns. By healing the emotional root causes, we allow your body to change the levels of brain chemicals that it produces.

So what are the emotional causes of Anxiety and Depression?

For Anxiety, the root cause is the Unworthiness Core Wound. It makes you always question if you’re good enough, plus this wound blocks the Inner Knowing that’s supposed to come through your Crown Chakra, so instead of having inner guidance that helps you feel certain about things, you spiral.

For Depression, the root cause is the Unlovable Core Wound. Feeling Unlovable makes you feel unsupported, so even though you might have great ideas and plans, you stall yourself from following through on them. This wound blocks your Root Chakra, creating a sense that you’re disconnected from the environment that is meant to support you in helping your desires become reality. (This includes feeling disconnected from the Universe at large and also from other people.) Put another way, Depression is the result of using your power to stop yourself instead of feeling safe to put your power into action.

In addition to the Core Wounds, another set of subconscious patterns that’s important to release for healing these conditions is the Need to Be Right / Fear of Being Wrong / Need to Be Perfect. I’m sure you can immediately see how these patterns unconsciously contribute to Anxiety (“Is this right? Did I do OK?”) and Depression (“I’m not 100% sure what the right choice is, so I’ll make myself not want to do anything.”)

The first step to healing your Anxiety and/or Depression is to do an Intuitive Health Assessment, which reveals exactly how many subconscious patterns are at the root cause. (If you experience both, we can assess and heal them at the same time, along with any other conditions you’ve been experiencing.)

Then if you choose to move forward with the healing, the results of your Assessment become the exact road map for our process. You’ll know before we begin exactly what we’re going to heal for you.

So, how does this sound? Are you ready to start down your path of healing Anxiety and Depression? If so, then book an Intuitive Health Assessment >>

About the author

Christina Ammerman is a Master Spiritual Healer, Medical Intuitive, and Mentor for Professional Healers.

As a Divine Truth-teller and 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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