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For You, who grew because... and in spite of...

and now feel ripe to heal the mother wound

to claim the fullness of your Self,

your relationships and calling

Your life is unique and you're probably not looking for a one-size-fits-all box.

This healing journey is tailored to your needs, your dreams, your deepest heart wishes.

Does any of these scenarios strike a chord?

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You have just realised your mother wound

You left the past behind. Maybe you even travelled to another country to start a new life, away from your mother.

But somehow what you ran away from has caught up with you.

Now you’re wondering if it’s time to turn towards those past events and unpack them without feeling overwhelmed.


It's been more or less your secret, maybe you speak about this with just a few, very trusted, like-hearted women.

Yet it feels that there’s a need for more support if you are to feel free to genuinely move on with your life.

You have tried a few things... but nothing has really helped you with what you need and where you want to be

You’ve given this a shot. Perhaps psychiatry, therapy, meditation, women’s groups, and shamanic journeys, among other things.

At the end of the day, you were not fully understood or given the tools to really make a difference.

Perhaps you were told to just learn to accept or forgive. This doesn’t sit well with you! It just brings up more frustration or shame.

Opening up again and trusting yet another new person to help you in the way that suits you feels tender, yet even so you haven’t given up.

The hope to feel fully at home with yourself and be free from anger, angst or limiting beliefs is still very much alive and breathing within you.

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You’ve been on this journey for a while and now you’re ready to deepen into levels of healing and greatness that were not available before…

This is not new to you and you've already done quite a lot.

Perhaps you’re even in a position of helping others with your coaching, healing or psychotherapy.


But you’ve reached a point where you want to go deeper and be helped in a way that allows you to fully shed the residue of the past.

Certain repetitive issues have awakened this desire, or something recently triggered what you thought was already dealt with. Whatever it is, you’re clear on the fact that support can go a long way and you’re up for something different and unique. 

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You'll have great success in working with me if you:

  • Don't care for a fast-food mentality and know that a genuine and honest shift takes commitment and some time

  • Aren’t interested in being told what to do but are excited to discover the fulness of your sovereignty and are willing to get engaged with someone who can see you as an equal

  • Have an open mind and heart for going beyond familiar limiting beliefs and discovering the possible empowering narratives with an occasional compassionate kick in the b*tt

  • Don’t want to spend time just talking and have some embodiment experience or are curious about incorporating that in your healing journey

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If you’re still not entirely clear on what the mother wound is, here are some more things to consider:

The mother wound is a limitation imposed on our sense of self

because of inherited limiting beliefs and patterns from our relationship with our mother,

situated in a male-dominated world.

In this setting a consistent lack of support, guidance or protections aligned with our true nature 

we learnt how to give away our agency and step away from our wholeness.

Healing of the mother wound is about learning how to step back into our agency and wholeness

to become Un-limited

If any of the following have featured in your relationship with your mother:

  • Sickness, suicidal tendencies, trauma, mental illness or addiction 

  • Distance, lack of affection, unpredictability, criticism or dismissal of your gifts and personality

  • The claim to be your best friend or dependent on you, competitiveness, or being silent when you needed her to take a stand for your protection

  • Physical, emotional, spiritual or energetic absence

  • An unexplained sense that you're responsible for the well-being of your mother

Then, the chances are that the mother wound is a part of your life

Some of the most common struggles of the mother wound are:

  • Prioritising your needs and dreams

  • Seeing your experiences, knowledge, capacities as valid and valuable

  • Shame or guilt

  • Feeling alone or frequently misunderstood

  • Not really settled in a sense of belonging

  • Expressing what you feel, what you think, what you mean

  • Trusting yourself or others

  • Believing that you need to do everything by yourself or always be the strong one

  • Pleasing or fearing abandonment if you show your vulnerability

  • Finding it hard to receive, to rest, to lean into ease

  • Setting healthy boundaries


And if you're asking yourself how,

click the button below to see how this works


Your first step is to sign up to the Museletter to receive a free gift: THE THREE ESSENTIAL KEYS TO HEALING THE MOTHER WOUND


You'll then receive every Friday a heartfelt letter about healing the mother wound, information about products, programs and some magical treats.


I was overburdened and exhausted from meeting different demands that others (e.g. my children, my job, and my mother), and especially I made on myself.


Right from our first session, Shelly was able to guide my attention to my needs, unanswered feelings and vulnerabilities. She has incredible wisdom and intuition to find phrases, metaphors and images for unspoken beliefs and desires.


At first, I wanted to learn how to not feel the unpleasant feelings but now I know the right question is ‘how can I process them?’. I’ve gained a lot of tools.


If there will be another crisis I know how to deal with it, and I have the resources to have an inner conversation with myself. I am deeply thankful for Shelly for this truly formative journey!"

E.K., Switzerland

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