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If you've struggled with feelings of unworthiness, shame, fear, or a consistent background sense that there is something wrong with you - you're not alone. Uncover what many women have called the missing piece on their healing journey. The Mother Wound is the pain of being a woman passed down through generations of women in patriarchal cultures. And it includes the dysfunctional coping mechanisms that are used to process that pain.

Introducing Healing The Mother Archetype With Plant Medicine - a life-changing course designed to help you break free from the pain and trauma of the past and step into a brighter, more empowered future.

If you've struggled with feelings of unworthiness, shame, or fear, you're not alone. The mother wound is a deeply ingrained pattern of emotional pain that can affect all areas of your life - from your relationships to your career and your health. But there is a way out.


Through Healing The Mother Archetype, you'll gain powerful insights and tools to help you release old patterns and step into a new level of freedom and self-love. 

Here's what you can expect from the course:

  • A safe, supportive environment: Our community is made up of like-minded individuals who understand what you're going through and are committed to supporting you on your journey.

  • Powerful healing techniques: We'll explore a range of techniques, from meditation and mindfulness to energy work and somatic therapy, to help you release trauma and restore balance to your body, mind, and spirit.

  • Expert guidance: Anna Bazarnaya has years of experience of healing and personal growth through plant medicine and nature-based spirituality. She will be with you every step of the way to provide guidance, support, and encouragement.

  • Lifelong tools: The tools and insights you'll gain from this course will stay with you for a lifetime, empowering you to create a brighter future and overcome any challenges that come your way.

Course Information

What is included: 

  • Mother Wound Healing Kit ($114 value excluding shipping) delivered to your door

  • Pre-recorded videos, practices, meditations and visual journeys 

  • Journal prompts and workbooks 

  • Assignments and checklists to integrate the material

  • Processing through art and movement session 

Healing Mother Archetype Kit is included in the price ($114 value)

  • Mother Wound Flower Essence Elixir, 30 ml

  • Lion's Heart Flower Essence Elixir, 30 ml

  • True Self Maitri (Self-Love) Aroma Roll-On, 10 ml

  • True Self Release (Self-Love) Aroma Roll-On, 10 ml


Start healing the Mother Wound and create the “inner safety” you need to become the unstoppable woman you’re meant to be.


So what is the Mother Archetype and the Mother Wound?

The Mother Archetype refers to the universal symbolic representation of the nurturing, caring, and protective aspects of motherhood. It is an unconscious collective pattern of behavior and perception that exists in the psyche of all humans, regardless of culture or historical period. The mother archetype is often associated with nurturing, sustenance, and unconditional love.


The Mother Wound is emotional pain and trauma that can arise from a problematic relationship with one's mother. It can have a lasting impact on a person's life, affecting their relationships, self-esteem, and emotional well-being. However, it's essential to note that healing is possible. Therapy, support groups, and self-care practices can all be effective in helping people overcome the effects of the mother wound and live fulfilling, satisfying lives.

The Mother Wound: How It Can Affect Your Life

Mother's love is the foundation of a child's emotional well-being. However, when a mother is absent, neglectful, abusive, or emotionally unavailable, it can lead to what is commonly known as the "mother wound." This emotional pain and trauma can have a lasting impact on your life, affecting their relationships, self-esteem, and emotional well-being.

Here are some ways that the mother wound can manifest in people's lives:


Do you have difficulty forming and maintaining healthy relationships?

One of the most common effects of the mother wound is difficulty forming and maintaining healthy relationships. People with a mother wound may struggle to trust and connect with others, which can make it challenging for them to form close, supportive relationships. They may have a fear of abandonment or rejection and may push people away or cling to them too tightly.

Struggling with low self-esteem and self-worth?

The Mother Wound can also lead to feelings of inadequacy, worthlessness, and a sense of not being good enough. A person may feel as though they are flawed or damaged, which can affect their confidence and ability to pursue their goals and dreams. They may struggle with self-doubt and negative self-talk, and may be overly self-critical.

Intense fear of abandonment People with a mother wound may have a deep-seated fear of being abandoned, which can lead to clinginess or push others away in an attempt to protect themselves. They may struggle to form close relationships, fearing that they will be hurt or abandoned if they open up to others. They may also be hypersensitive to any signs of rejection or abandonment and may react strongly to even minor perceived slights.

Having difficulty expressing emotions?

The mother wound can make it challenging for people to express their emotions, particularly those related to vulnerability and intimacy. They may have learned to suppress their emotions as a means of protecting themselves from further hurt. This can result in emotional numbness, detachment, or explosive outbursts when emotions do surface.

Numbing pain with self-destructive habits?

People with a mother wound may turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as substance abuse, self-harm, or eating disorders, to deal with their emotional pain. These behaviors can become compulsive and self-destructive, leading to further trauma and negative consequences.


Trying too hard to prove yourself?

The mother wound can contribute to patterns of unhealthy behavior, such as codependency, people-pleasing, and perfectionism. People may feel as though they need to prove themselves or gain the approval of others to feel valued and accepted. This can lead to sacrificing their own needs and desires, putting themselves in toxic or abusive situations, and feeling like they can never measure up.

If any of the above is true for you, please remember that healing is possible and there are various methods to address Mother Wound. Therapy, support groups, plant remedies, and self-care practices can all be effective in helping people overcome the effects of the mother wound and live fulfilling, satisfying lives.​

Meet The Creatrix

Hi, my name is Anna Bazarnaya. I am an intuitive healer, plant distiller, psychological aromatherapist, flower essence practitioner and a plant spirit herbalist. My professional development happened through my personal healing journey after decades of abusive relationships, limiting beliefs, eating disorders, and physical challenges, including chronic fatigue, adrenal burnout, and candida overgrowth. 

While healing myself on a physical level with nutritional protocols, and herbal medicine, I turned to deep emotional healing with the use of flower essences, psychological aromatherapy, Jungian psychology and experiential therapy combined with other healing modalities and energy work.

During healing my own Mother Wound I created aromatherapy and flower essence that helped me to get awareness of what happened in the past and need healing, feel the anger and grief without been stuck in them, see the big picture and the story of my parents to get out of victim role, get courage to open the dialogue and reset the boundaries with my mom that lead to re-evaluation of our relationship. And now I want to share this healing protocol with you in my Healing Mother Archetype experiential healing journey.


Flow Of The Journey

Mother Archetype and Mother Wound

  • The Mother Archetype and patriarchy

  • Positive and negative aspects of Mother Archetype

  • Mother Wound: Problem of Mother and Daughter in life and myths

  • Various methods of working with Mother Wound 

  • Plant medicine for Mother Wound Healing

  • Settling into your self-care practices

Your Inner Child's Needs

  • Your Inner Child and your child's needs

  • Inventory of YOUR child's needs and which of your needs were not met

  • Reflection on how unmet needs affect your adult life

  • Grief and anger

  • Four archetypal ways to process and release

  • Transform unmet needs into self-care practices to create your inner mother

  • Inner Child connection guided journey

Evoking Your Inner Mother 

  • Unconscious mothering

  • Cutting the cord

  • Evoking conscious feminine in you: Virgin, Mother, Crone 

  • Divine Mother and The Earth Mother

Limiting Believes and Ancestral Healing

  • Inventory of your limiting believes 

  • Your family lineage

  • Cultural and society taboos

  • Re-wiring your brain out of limiting believes


Our sorrows and wounds are healed only when we touch them with compassion.

- Buddha


The Mother Wound Kit

When you enroll in Healing Mother Archetype experiential journey, you will receive your Mother Wound kit ($114 value) delivered to your door.

The kit includes:

  • Mother Wound Flower Essence Elixir, 30 ml

  • Lion's Heart Flower Essence Elixir, 30 ml

  • True Self Maitri (Self-Love) Aroma Roll-On, 10 ml

  • True Self Release (Self-Love) Aroma Roll-On, 10 ml

I will guide you how to use the plant remedies and combine them with pre-recorded practices on the journey.

The benefits of doing the healing Mother Archetype work include:

Greater emotional resilience: As you work through the mother wound and reparent yourself, you may notice that you are better able to handle difficult emotions and situations. You may feel more resilient and less reactive to triggers related to the mother wound.

Increased self-awareness: Reparenting yourself from the mother wound requires a deep level of self-awareness. As you work on healing the mother archetype, you may notice that you are becoming more aware of your patterns and behaviors related to the mother wound. This can be a sign that you are making progress.

More compassionate self-talk: As you reparent yourself, you may notice that your inner dialogue is becoming more compassionate and nurturing. You may be more forgiving of yourself and less critical of your perceived flaws or mistakes.

Improved relationships: As you heal the mother archetype, you may notice improvements in your relationships with others. You may feel more connected, open, and loving with those around you.

Greater sense of purpose: As you reparent yourself and heal the mother wound, you may develop a greater sense of purpose or direction in life. You may feel more empowered to pursue your passions and goals.

It's important to remember that healing the mother archetype is a process, and progress may not always be linear. Some days may be more challenging than others, but as long as you are committed to the process, you can trust that you are making progress. It can be helpful to keep a journal to track your progress and reflect on your experiences as you work on healing the mother archetype. Additionally, working with a therapist or other trained professional can provide additional support and guidance in your healing journey.

Don't let the wounds of the past hold you back any longer. Join Heal The Mother Archetype today and unlock the transformative power of the Mother Archetype to create a life filled with love, joy, and fulfillment.

Believe you can and you're halfway there.

- Buddha


Have Questions? Contact Anna

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