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Healing the sisterhood wound

Updated: Jan 3, 2023

Sisterhood wounds are the emotional pain and discomfort that many women experience in their relationships with other women. These wounds can manifest as jealousy, insecurity, cattiness, comparison, and fear. These negative feelings can create barriers to deep, meaningful connections with other women and prevent us from fully embracing and celebrating our authentic selves.



The sisterhood wound is often caused by the patriarchal system that teaches us to suppress our wild, true selves and conform to societal expectations of what a woman should be. This can lead to a disconnection from ourselves, from the earth, and from each other.


One way to heal these wounds is to examine the relationships that we witnessed and experienced growing up. These relationships often shape our beliefs about what sisterhood means. If we take the time to reflect on these relationships and how they have affected our own relationships with other women, we can start to unpack and heal our own sisterhood wounds.


Here are some top tips for healing your sisterhood wounds:


  1. Reflect on your relationships with other women: Take the time to think about the relationships you witnessed and experienced growing up and how they have affected your own relationships with other women.

  2. Cultivate self-worth: Remember that you are worthy and valuable, just as you are. Don't let negative feelings like jealousy or insecurity hold you back from fully embracing your authentic self.

  3. Practice self-compassion: When you find yourself feeling negative emotions towards another woman, try to practice self-compassion. Ask yourself what your intention is and if it's coming from a place of love and compassion.

  4. Seek support: Surround yourself with supportive women who lift you up and encourage you to be your true self.

  5. Practice mindfulness: Pay attention to your thoughts and feelings in the present moment. This can help you become more aware of your sisterhood wounds and work towards healing them.


If you're interested in exploring this topic further, we invite you to join our recording in women's circle (available through our membership) and meditation dedicated to healing sisterhood wounds.


As a special offer for readers of this blog, we are offering 50% off membership.


Don't miss out on this opportunity to connect with other women and work towards healing your sisterhood wounds.


Healing our sisterhood wounds allows us to cultivate deeper, more meaningful connections with each other and to fully embrace and celebrate our wild, authentic selves. By taking the time to reflect on our relationships and practicing self-compassion and mindfulness, we can start to heal and strengthen our sisterhood.


Sending you love,


Danielle

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