Money trauma comes from real, debilitating experiences that can be difficult to process emotionally.

This trauma can make you feel helpless, powerless and scared, leading to feelings of lack of control over your life and finances.

By recognizing your money trauma and addressing it, you can start to feel safe and empowered around money. Through intuitive coaching and exploring core wounding, you can take back control of your lives and create a healthier relationship with money.

Rebecca Davison is an intuition coach and is the founder of The Intuitive Life Academy. She helps people to develop their intuition and step into spiritual leadership so they can follow their own inner guidance to their ideal outcomes, including massive abundance.

Listen to Rebecca as we explore the depths of money trauma, its effects, and the path to healing and growth. Embrace your power and tap into your intuition to reclaim control of your financial future.

What you will learn from this episode:

“Trauma is unprocessed emotion that gets stuck in our body.” – Rebecca Davison

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It’s important to know what money trauma is; it is important to address and take care of it so you can feel safer.

Addressing your money trauma:

Key Takeaways:

“It’s really important to be aware of how you’re assigning meaning; what are you making things mean”– Rebecca Davison

“A lot of times people feel like they’re beholden to their own feelings or beholden to their own thought processes. You can disagree with yourself, folks. You can go, “I’m not available for making myself wrong about this; I’m not available for the inner mean girl or guy to destroy me.”– Rebecca Davison

“We do the work of honoring the emotion, smoothing the emotion, harmonizing the emotion, being present with the emotion, not making ourselves wrong about the emotion. But also being very clear, and very definitive in the choices that we are making next.”– Rebecca Davison

“You can choose to see everything as a miracle, or, as a nightmare.”– Rebecca Davison

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