This is an important topic and in the coming months I’ll start discussing this in quite a bit of detail.
It’s something that’s very close to my heart because it’s my own personal experience, too.
There are two parts:
- Sensitive people who are brought up by one or even two narcissistic parents
- Specifically relating to narcissistic mothers – the internalisation of misogyny that occurs with women and is then passed on from mother to daughter when the mother has not become conscious of her wounding nor chosen to break the cycle of abuse. And the incredibly far reaching impacts of this sort of wounding in the lives of women.
As many of you know, I believe that all humans have the potential to be empaths – awake to their sensitivity and their gifts.
The majority of people are still not awake in this way but the collective consciousness is trying to bring everyone along kicking and screaming anyway.
However for those of us who are aware of our sensitivity, we are more likely to be the targets of narcissists, especially if they are our parent or sibling.
Why? Because our sensitivity is a tasty energetic snack to the narcissist
And because we are much more likely to try harder to please and appease the narcissist than other people.
And so the cycle of psychological violence/abuse (and other kinds of abuse, too), continues. Mother to daughter.
There are of course father to daughter, sibling to sibling and other forms of family abuse, too.
But for the purposes of this topic, I’m interested in focusing on the impact of female to female abuse in a mother/child setting.
Because this is meant to be the bedrock relationship that helps us to grow and thrive in life
To allow us to feel nurtured, loved, supported, welcome and connected.
And when those things are taken away, it is extremely challenging to our sense of self.
It also perpetuates both overt and subtle competition between women in their relationships with others and strongly contributes to feelings of being unlovable, which then impacts our ability to form great relationships, succeed in our chosen careers and so on.
As such I’ve taken the first steps on my mission to help heal the female-to-female power dynamic, and you’ll be hearing a lot more from me on this topic.
Other comments that are bigger than this immediate situation…
- Spiritual awakening isn’t always easy. We are being asked to be conscious of all the limitations, wounds and illusions we live in, in order to be free.
- To change our karma, we have to face what’s going on and beyond that…what’s really going on (bigger picture past life patterns).
- The only way to do this is to get really real with life and our experiences
- Sometimes that means that everything falls apart! But that’s what is needed in order for truth and freedom to be revealed.
Most importantly these events point to the work I’m here to do:
To help bring consciousness to the mother/child abuse cycle so we can diffuse and heal this pattern for the good of all.
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Ambha Amanda Roberts is a Kinesiologist, Intuitive Healer, educator and facilitator based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. She offers Kinesiology sessions both in-person and via Skype/Zoom all over the world.
Ambha Amanda is the co-creator of Adventures of Staria, which includes a series of Staria cards, and an upcoming book for children (including inner children).