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Mind-Blowing: Replace “Ego” With “Core Wound”

Okay, folks, this is super cool and powerful and immediately helpful. And yes, I know I’ve been starting these posts out that way a lot lately… I don’t know what else to do, though, because the truth is that this new, fresh material IS super cool and powerful and immediately helpful! And trust me, it blows me away as much as it does you or anyone else. It occurred to me just yesterday, in fact, that the majority of my clients are on the same journey I am – this journey of endless acceptance and loving on ourselves instead of endless working on ourselves. And then they start to see how the universe has choreographed everything for their benefit in terms of soul growth. I mean, these sessions have been so amazing that it’s hard to put into words. And the client leaves and I feel so pumped up that I want to go tell someone how awesome it was… But there’s nobody to tell… So I just sit there and bask in that feeling for a bit and think about how amazing it would be if I could share this stuff with millions of people. Which is absolutely what I’m going to try to do. In due time…

In the meantime, the sessions and these posts will be enough. I guess I’m just excited now, because I’m really seeing the bigger picture of the human journey in my clients more and more, coming in not knowing what’s up and thinking they’re messed up and then becoming more loving with themselves. And seeing that the universe is doing it all on purpose to clear out their energy fields. And life becomes exciting, with a “bring it on” attitude instead of staying in fear and trying to control life (which can’t be controlled). I am humbled. Because at that point, the sessions are about “How good can life get?” rather than “This sucks, get me out of here!” So now we’re laughing and asking, “What’s that smart and sneaky universe going to do next?” And I have a front row seat with so many folks. And you have a front row with me, and many of them, through this blog! Anyway, back to the story. I guess that had to come out first, though.

In short, pay the $85 and get the livestream of Matt Kahn’s six-city book tour. Just do it. You can watch or listen anytime you want, and as far as I know there’s no expiration date. I sure hope not, anyway, because this material is rich, very rich. It’s a major event for the planet, in fact, the beginning of a huge movement that’s really starting to take off. It’s a Friday night and a full Saturday in six cities, once a month for six months. He’s done one so far, in Vancouver a month ago, and the second one started last night and continues today. But again, you don’t have to tune in live. Although that would be cool… I’m be out of town this weekend, so I’ll watch it later. I just finished the first weekend, in fact, not long ago. And that’s what this post is about.

I was laughing because as he does, he took a left turn that I didn’t know existed about a half hour into the first one, and the $85 had already paid for itself. The title of the weekend was “Healing Your Core Wound.” That sounds great to me, so let’s do it. And he revealed that he didn’t even know what the talk would be about until lunch that day. What? It just started downloading in. He channeled the titles of each weekend many months ago, but that’s all the universe told him. So the material for the talk itself started pouring in a few hours before the Friday night talk that began it all. And what poured in? This: replace the word “ego” with “core wound.” Bam.

Think about it for a minute… How do you feel when you hear or think about the word “ego?” For most people, it’s definitely not good, not a warm fuzzy. It sounds like an enemy, something we must kill. Definitely something to stay away from. Something that could contaminate you. Something to defeat. Something to be wary of. Something that you sure hope people don’t notice in you! So there’s instant judgment, whether conscious or not.

Now replace that with “core wound.” Because the truth is, the journey of a soul incarnating in a body almost always at some point includes a deep feeling of unwantedness on some level, big or small. Some flavor of insecurity or pain. That’s all “core wound” refers to. And if someone is acting out not because their “ego” is triggered but because their “core wound” is triggered or inflamed, don’t you view them differently? Of course they’re acting out – their woundedness is triggered! How could they not act out right now? And they probably don’t even know it. So what’s the response to someone that’s wounded? To give them love or to give them space, but not to judge them. And you definitely might need to give them space; in fact, don’t let anyone mistreat you. But whatever you decide to do, odds are you’ll view them much differently.

The same holds true for yourself. When you see that your “core wound” is triggered or inflamed, you’ll probably view yourself with more love, more compassion. You might ask what you truly need in that moment. When we’re looking at our ego instead, we can come from judgment and disdain and from being sick and tired of it, wishing it would just go away. But if we’re triggered, we need more love, not less. Enter “core wound.” You have sort of an “awww…” feeling, like there’s a wounded puppy or something. Let’s take care of the puppy, then.

Also look at it like this. We can have thoughts or statements like “He’s such a jerk” or “She’s such a bitch.” “He’s such a know it all” or “She’s such a back-stabber.” “They’re so crazy.” And we can replace them all with, “He’s so wounded,” “She’s so wounded,” or “They’re so wounded.” Doesn’t that feel different? And it’s more accurate, a deeper and truer way of seeing things. And again, this doesn’t mean you have to hang out with them! That’s not what it’s about; it’s about how you see them. And the less judgment you’re in, the better YOU will feel. Great stuff.

So there you go, folks, play with that for a while. I’m sure the universe will give you plenty of chances, in fact, with yourself and with others. It could even be someone that works at a store or a restaurant that seems to be in a bad mood. They’re wounded. Isn’t that powerful? And maybe you can say something nice out of nowhere to turn their day around. So cool.

Back to that first livestream, the Friday night session was utterly ridiculous. It was super powerful and super masculine. In fact, I was wondering if it was going to freak some people out! He did a very deep dive into the core of things, plus having them (us) tell the universe to bring it on, that we’re ready. I’ve noticed that he often starts by confusing the audience, too. He did this by putting the Law of Attraction to bed for good. The reason is that there’s so much outdated stuff out there that people are believing, and that has to be cleared first. Then there’s space to put the updated, truer stuff in. So that’s what happened in the Saturday morning session. It was more loving and more feminine for sure.

Then the rest was hilarious. The third and final session after lunch was supposed to be a Q&A, which he’s well known for because it’s all totally channeled and intuitive. But first he was guided to do a sort of “deconstruction,” in which he slows down and leads them directly into an experience of what’s called 5D consciousness, or unity consciousness. And in this space, the same questions pretty much don’t exist! So crazy. So let’s do a Q&A. But first, let me lead you to a place where there are no questions. I love this guy! Then he did take a few questions, and it’s just amazing to watch how they unfold. I had a big emotional reaction to the final one, in fact. It just rises up seemingly out of nowhere. “Oh, hello! Apparently I resonate with this one.”

There’s more to be written about from this first weekend, I’m sure, so stay tuned. In the meantime, make the modest investment if it resonates. I had to go ahead and share the replacement of “ego” with “core wound,” though, because it shifts us from judgment to love just like that. So play with that and have fun! And as always, I’m here to help if I can.


All anybody really wants is peace. The good news is that peace can be learned. I’m serious. This should be taught in middle school, but it’s not. So I’m teaching it now.

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