FAQ's

Frequently asked questions

Who do I contact if I experience any technical issues?


Please send an email to hello@thecorewomencare.com. We'll get in touch with you within 24 hours.




Can I join a Journey when I experience deep trauma?


We offer tools, rituals and guidance for daily life which can be used next to therapy. It is however not a therapy in itself and in case deep trauma or severe mental issues it's best to see a psychologist or therapist. We are however trauma informed.




Is it possible to get a refund if it doens't meet my expectations?


It is not possible to get a refund unfortunately. We advice you to really integrate the practices into your daily life to get the best out of the Journeys!




How much time will I spend on a journey daily?


A journey takes approximately 20-30 minutes per day. That is including 2 meditations and journalling. Of course it also depends on the time you decide to spend on it yourself. When you want the morning and evening meditations to be rituals you may take longer, same goes for journalling- ultimately you decide how you practice. The evening meditation can be done in bed before sleep.




Do I need previous experience meditating?


No, you do not need any previous experience with meditation, as the journeys are designed for all levels of practitioners. We do however encourage a regular meditation practice to amplify the effect of subconscious reprogramming.




How will I know if it works?


The goal, if there is any, is to create more awareness within your own thinking patterns and to carve out time to reflect daily. To build routines that support you in daily life as an anchor for radical self care. You will notice more inner calm, more mental space and more confidence.




Is the Journey method scientifically proven?


At this point, the various methods used within the journeys have their roots in science. The beneficial effects of CBT, meditation and biohacking have been extensively studied. The specific Core journeys have not yet been scientifically evaluated, however we are working towards quantitatively studying the effects of these interventions.