1. Failing God
The most subtle soul wound is a feeling you failed God or your mission. This soul wound is tricky because we aren’t usually aware of it. Still, it weighs down the soul. This soul wound may originate from some pivotal moment of history when certain decisions needed to be made. Or when one had to awaken specific gifts to shift the collective timeline, it happened too late.
As the emotional body gets heavy with low-frequency emotions, it becomes denser and starts “sinking” into the 3D.
Feeling like you failed God doesn’t mean you did. No one can fail God because everything was seen at the moment of creation. But we can feel profound guilt and shame because we betrayed ourselves. If you feel this way, work on releasing those emotions and forgiving yourself.
2. Misuse of Power
One of the most common soul wounds is the fear you might misuse your power. In this case, we allow ourselves to grow only until a certain level. Since if we reached a higher level than in another life when we misused the power, we’re afraid we might potentially do the same. Thus to protect ourselves from the inappropriate use of power, we restrict our energy, power, strength, and spiritual gifts.
If we ignore our power, we will likely misuse it anyway.
3. Fear of Being Seen
A most common soul wound of lightworkers is the fear of being seen. When we’re afraid to be seen, we hide. To hide, we unconsciously create distractions taking our attention away from the things the soul wants us to do. Distractions take many forms, from making an argument because you’re going through an important moment in your life but not feeling you deserve it. A distraction can also be saying yes to someone when you need to withdraw your energy from the external and go inward.
To see yourself means that you remember who you are.
When you learn to nurture your inner genius, you’re ready to see yourself and be seen by others for who you are.
So why are we afraid to be seen? Because we are terrified to see our true selves. We ebb and flow between reaching our potential and letting the ego personality rule our lives. We say we want to be one with the Light, yet our actions demonstrate something different.
Contemplate or journal on:
What is it that I’m not seeing in myself?
What is it that I’m not claiming in myself?
4. Not Trusting Others
The next soul wound of not trusting others runs deep. On the one hand, you love others and believe in their potential. On the other hand, you guard yourself against them, becoming like a hermit who doesn’t let many people near him. Combined with a fear of commitment and abandonment, some people can sabotage soulmate relationships because of this deep soul wound.
The soul wound of not trusting other people originate from being unable to trust ourselves.
We can’t trust ourselves and others because the higher heart chakra isn’t fully awakened. The heart chakra might have experienced one of the first three ignitions but hasn’t yet fully stabilized the flow of Source consciousness. You can learn more about the higher heart chakra and listen to a guided activation here.
5. A Fear of Outgrowing and Outshining Others
The last soul wound I want to mention is a fear that you’ll outgrow and outshine your tribe. As a soul healer, I can see this all the time. This soul wound is well hidden. Usually, we rarely become aware of this soul wound, lowering our frequency so we can fit in and relate to others. It’s often coupled with a fear of walking the spiritual path alone.
What if you let yourself grow too much, and no one would understand you anymore?
Deep within, we carry the memory of working together as a soul group aiding the group through our unique gifts and talents. However, as consciousness fell, we lost contact with our soul groups. Moreover, even if we met our soulmates, we might not have recognized them. Additionally, the previous soul wound of not trusting others made our hearts fearful, creating another layer of separation.
When you allow your spiritual light to shine, your capacity to hold the space for others will increase. You’ll open the doors for others, and thus more people will join you. That being said, everyone’s journey is individual and unique. We must walk it with courage and a deep intention to know ourselves.
The Mystery School of Remembrance
Healing deep soul wounds and helping people open up to their highest potential is my expertise. If you feel the call to heal soul wounds and be held and guided through this sacred process, explore my Mystery School. You can start with my Lightworker or Priestess Healing.