The Inner Child is the 'Emotional Self'. It is where our feelings live. When we experience joy, sadness, anger, fear, or affection our Inner Child within is coming out. When we are being playful, spontaneous, creative, intuitive and surrendering to the spiritual self, our Genuine Authentic Self, is being welcomed and encouraged to be present. We all have an inner child and the wounds that our inner child received can and do continue to contaminate our adult lives. Our parents helped create this Inner Child, society also helped with this creation.
We are all inherently Magnificent Beings with limitless potential for experiencing and expressing Unconditional Love, Joy and Creativity.
However, to fully experience our true nature, the Child Within must be embraced and expressed! Unless we reconnect with our Inner-Child in a safe and unconditional environment, the Child Within will remain isolated and alone. Unless we reclaim our childlike feelings like sensitivity, wonderment and aliveness, our Inner-Child will remain wounded.
The natural defense mechanism of the Inner-Child to avoid painful experiences is withdrawal from the personality or self. Though this is supposed to be a temporary withdrawal, in all of us it persists mainly due to continued unresolved emotional traumas and unhealed situations causing disconnection. This is how we lose our connection with the Inner-Child. By fully reintegrating with our Inner-Child, we can become complete human beings and once again feel WHOLE.
People with persistent problems such as addiction, depression, troubled relationships and chronic dissatisfaction can transform their lives with Inner Child Work and find a new joy and energy in living. The source of their problems can be in past events which get triggered in the present.
We are made up of many parts and inside. We still have the little child and adolescent, the way we were with all its experiences and feelings. Inner Child / adolescent part can react strongly to certain experiences and situations and the feelings we’re having in the present. These reactions are called reactive phenomena. The process of opening to the world of our Inner Child and getting to know where these feelings come from can change that and enhance our choices in miraculous ways.
Carl Jung called it the "Divine Child" and Emmet Fox called it the "Wonder Child." Some psychotherapists call it the “True Self” and Charles Whitfield called it the “Child Within”. The Inner Child refers to that part of being of each of us which is ultimately alive.
“INNER-CHILD HEALING” offers following:
Understanding and healing of the Child Within and opens the Gateway to the Paradise of our Inner-Being.
Begin to identify and heal the negative issues which caused the separation from our Inner-Child.
Reconnect to and re-integrate with our Inner-Child.
Learn how to maintain and develop the connection.
Learn to play and have fun with the Inner-Child.
Regain that blissful state of Unconditional Love and Inner Joy that is the ultimate goal for all of us.