4 Soul Wounds That Make You Play Small
The soul doesn’t want you to play small. It doesn’t want you to live in fear. Nor it wants you to stop expanding your consciousness. Although the soul wounds feel deep and painful, there is always a hidden gem. Will you claim it? If yes, each time you do so, you grow stronger.
What does it mean to play small? Play small means you don’t use your full potential, and the cards are given to you. If you know that you could do and be much more and yet not claim, you play small.
You play small if you let others stop you from living your dreams. You play small when your soul is calling you to step up, and you choose to distract yourself from that calling. Only you know when you play small. You know your potential. And you can feel what you’re capable of and what not. When you play small, you inevitably lie to yourself about who you are.
That being said, taking a short break along the journey is okay. Being gentle and admitting that you need help and more support is okay. It’s alright to acknowledge that you don’t know how to shift something, but you will shift it one day, regardless. When you don’t play small anymore, you assume complete responsibility for yourself and your life and stop identifying with the limitations of a victim.
1. Soul Fragments and Persecution
Undoubtedly, the most significant of the soul wounds that make you play small is being persecuted in other lives. Nothing can seed more fear than this. One of the reasons why this wound feels so strong is because some of the soul’s energy is still trapped in that life. Likely, you also attract people who have contributed to this so you can all heal it and move on.
If you have this soul wound, it intensifies every time you step outside your comfort zone. Every time you stop hiding and don’t follow the script that makes you play small, this wounding knocks on your door, begging you to integrate it. The intense fear related to this aids you in remembering and integrating the particular soul fragment.
I strongly recommend finding a trusted guide and healer to heal this wound. There are some things we can let go of on our own and others that are better to heal with someone skilled in this work. From my experience, nothing is more triggering than a lifetime of persecution. When you have a guide, you can relax and be held during the integration process.
When healing this soul wound that makes you play small, consider the fear or blockage related to it as an opportunity to explore. As you zoom out and stop focusing on the specific situation, you realize the fear and the gem are about you – about connecting more holy and wholly with your true self. The uncomfortable feeling is only trying to get your attention so you can integrate your soul fragment.
2. You Failed at Your Mission
When you fail at your mission in other lives, you likely play small in this life. To fail at one’s mission is a subjective feeling. Perhaps, it wasn’t the case from a bigger perspective, yet you can feel like you failed big time. If a soul played a “negative” role in one of the lives, the soul did what was needed to be done. It doesn’t mean that the soul is doomed or evil. It only means the soul has tried on the other suit for a few lifetimes.
If you failed in your previous life, you’re the right person this time around. Your soul has already tried how it feels not to succeed or perhaps even misuse its power. Now having this lesson, you can learn from it and experience something new. When you remove the fear of failing, you’re ready to learn from the lesson and thus not fail at the same thing again. On the other hand, if we run away from fear and resistance, we don’t learn the lesson and are bound to repeat it.
3. It’s Not the Right Time
Another of the soul wounds that make us play small is the belief that it’s not the right time. At first, this doesn’t seem to have anything in common with soul wounds, but it does. As a collective and solar soul, we evolve through cycles. Those cycles come and go regardless of our endeavor. Although we can preserve some of the ancient sacred knowledge so the wisdom is not wiped out, just like during the Flood, we can’t stop the swing of the pendulum.
Sometimes, the collective consciousness has to fall, no matter what you do. It doesn’t make what you did insufficient or a failure. Every soul deed counts to your merit.
This soul wound that makes you play small in life feels like you’re always misaligned with time. You’re either too ahead of your time or behind. It also feels like you’re wasting your time and should have been further ahead. Similarly, you believe it’s never the right time to act on your dreams or follow your soul. But, this new cycle has already begun, whether we feel ready. We can contribute to it through love and consciousness or fear and limitation. But the time is now.
4. When You Play Small Because of Others
The last of the soul wounds that make you play small is feeling like you don’t have your soul tribe around you. It may feel like you miss “your people.” You can sense they are somewhere there, but you deal with karmic people instead. In the past, certain events manipulated and contributed to the shutting down the higher heart chakra. Due to this, it was more challenging to meet and recognize your soul people.
Your soul tribe resonates on the frequency of the higher heart chakra. When the higher heart chakra is fully open, we meet our soul tribe. Remember that you can never be truly disconnected from your soul tribe. Each time anyone within the group evolves, the whole group benefits. You ascend together. Thus you’re never alone. You rise together even if you haven’t met them yet.
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- Quantum Time. Learn what 5D time is and be guided through exercises to heal your relationship with time.
- Queen-King Consciousness. The Queen-King consciousness is the symbol of the inner Christ Self. Learn what it means and how to work with it.