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Inner Child: Start Healing, Guided Meditation and Past Trauma

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Inner Child: Start Healing, Guided Meditation and Past Trauma
By Zen Breaks • Issue #20 • View online
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70. Healing the Inner Child: How to Start
How to Heal the Inner Child
How to Heal the Inner Child
Nicola Perry explain how to start healing the inner child, a process she broke it down into two main steps:
  • the first step is to accept an honor that you have in your child 
  • the second step is beginning to cultivate a “wise inner parent”
This video is a short and clear introduction to understand what is our inner child and how she is based on our past experiences and unmet needs.
71. Inner Child-Guided Meditation
Connect with your Inner Child-Guided Meditation
Connect with your Inner Child-Guided Meditation
A beautiful meditation in which Michelle Chalfant helps us to find and connect with our Inner Child.
A way to relink with our deepest part, with our vulnerability and to revisit moments, feelings and needs we (think we) may have forgotten.
If you try the meditation, go slowly and stop if you need to. I can a intense moment. As intense as healing.
72. Dealing With Past Trauma
What Do You Recommend for Healing Trauma?
What Do You Recommend for Healing Trauma?
Dealing with past trauma can be difficult. The key seems to be to be able to create some space between ourselves and what we are feeling.
With that space, our presence can emerge and we can avoid being completely absorbed by the excessive thinking and the pain body.
Eckhart Tolle offers a compassionate look at suffering through the lens of awakening.
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MORE TO READ (affiliate links)
How To Be Calmer (eBook series)
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