Wounds.

We all have them. No matter your race, religion, beliefs, politics … we have all been hurt, and we all have scars.

The problem is that those scars often become blocks—energetic blocks—that keep you from experiencing an abundant, happy life on your own terms, as a strong black woman.

Maybe your wounds are physical—something related to your body. Maybe they’re generational—reflecting your history and ancestry. Maybe they’re relationship-based—your daddy left when you were five and you have trust issues. Maybe your marriage failed, so you beat yourself up emotionally. Maybe your business partner betrayed you and took everything you had. Maybe you feel like money is your enemy, because you grew up poor.

No matter what they are, ALL of your wounds impact how you show up in the world. They influence you on a deep, energetic level, and affect everything from your personal relationships (with yourself AND with others), to your confidence, to your performance … which shapes your effectiveness in your business … which affects your money.

And the longer you ignore your wounds, the longer they will keep you from an abundant life.

So, what do you do?

You heal.

#realtalk: healing is NOT about “fixing” anything. It’s about truly tending to the places in yourself that you have disavowed.

Energetically, healing makes room for wealth.

The more I heal, the more money, abundance, prosperity, joy, and bounty rush to this place called “me.”

Healing my body—creates the energy and wherewithal for wealth.

Healing my heart—allows me to me appreciate how rich I am.

Healing my soul—lets me be a vessel for God.

Healing is a GIFT you give yourself. Just like forgiveness sets you free from the pain of the past, healing allows for a new future that cannot bloom in barren sands.

5 Responses to “The Gift of Healing”

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  1. <a href='http://anandaleeke.com' rel='external nofollow' class='url'>Ananda Leeke</a>

    Thanks for this timely message. Affirming our highest good. Many blessings.
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  2. Sherrie Webb

    I am so inspired by you and other powerful black women leaders and entrepreneur's .I am in the very beginning stages of created my business and brand a little later in life then I would've wanted however very excited and looking forward to what God has in store. Kudos to all the ladies doing big things !!
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  3. Leah

    Awesome! Truer words have never been spoken. I never thought about the healing process and how it is connected to our successes and failures. Again awesome. That was inspiring.
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