This week's question from “Ask Us Anything” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
On one of the morning Huddles, I heard David say, “The core wound pattern will always stay.” I really gave that some thought. I also thought about the hero’s journey where you can completely disassociate yourself from being a victim.
Can’t you renew your mind and make a decision to be something totally different than your core wound? That pattern doesn’t have to follow you the rest of your life, does it?
A pattern and a core wound are different things. You can absolutely change the patterns. But the core wound is part of who you are.
The more you challenge your core wound, the quieter it gets. It never fully goes away. It’s always sitting in the background, waiting.
But yes, you can make any changes you want.
You can reinvent yourself completely.
Part of this is understanding that the core wound isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It can hold us back, yes—but we can also overcome it. Your core wound is always telling you what you can’t be. But you also have your conscious mind and your desire pushing you forward.
That’s part of how you gain confidence. You grow strength and begin to trust who you are at a soul level by continually challenging that core wound.
If you want to create a new version of yourself, a new person, a new iteration of who you are—then you can absolutely do that.
You can absolutely reprogram your pattern.
But the core wound is different than a pattern.
If God is good all the time, then God is good all the time. That means there’s a gift in everything—which means there’s a gift in your core wound as well.
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