A Talk with Your Inner Child: How to Heal Deep-Rooted Trauma

I have always struggled with my past. Like there’s something I can’t move on from.

So, what I like to do, I imagine I have powers wherein I can fast forward my life into a future where I am already okay — where I am free from my traumas and pains.

Are you like this too?

Do you look too much into the future that you forget about the NOW?

You see, my mom left me when I was just five years old, and I never saw her again.

My grandparents raised me, and I knew deep inside me that I will always be afraid of people coming into my life because they might end up leaving me.

But as I got older, I knew I had to do something about it.

And I want to share it with you.

Conversations with Your Inner Child

No matter what you’ve experienced, an essential step in your healing journey is to have conversations with your inner child.

This is how you will move ON.

This is how you will be able to live the life you deserve — free from insecurities, fear, and anger.

Start by saying these to your inner child during your meditation, and just see where it goes.

1. I hear you

When we’ve had too much pain, we tend to push down our feelings and try our best to act as if it don’t matter.

For most of us, this may have started since our childhood because we often hear: “Tough it up, or I’ll give you something to cry about” from our families.

But these are the feelings that just don’t go away.

So, you have to muster up the courage to acknowledge them today if you want to MOVE ON.

Say, I hear you to your inner child and feel all the emotions you’ve pushed away since childhood.

Go on; you can do it.

2. I love you

As children, when we experience neglect, we often take it as a sign that we’re not good enough.

And so we shift the blame to ourselves, which shouldn’t be the case.

Just because your parents left or your best friend suddenly cut you out of his/her life does not mean it’s all your fault.

It’s not.

That’s why you have to take time to appreciate the person that made you who you are today.

Your inner child played a significant factor in molding you into who you are; appreciate that part of yourself.

Say, I love you and thank you for being strong for me.

3. You did amazing

When I was a child, I always tried to do my best because maybe by doing that, my mother will come back.

My parents often called me an overachiever. But at the end of the day, the pressure I placed on myself was just too much to bear.

I strived for perfection, but my mother never came back.

If you have an experience similar to this, then acknowledge your inner child’s efforts.

Say, you did amazing, and I appreciate all that you did for me.

It’s time to let go of the past, and it’s definitely a must to stop fast-forwarding into the future.

Having a future-based mindset is great in manifestation but not in healing.

When you’re on a healing journey, the NOW is what matters.

Find out how focusing on the NOW can help you live a life free of negativities and limiting beliefs by watching the video right here.

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