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It is Never Too Late


“It is never too late to heal my inner child”

I close my eyes, relax, and breathe in deep - In and Out; In and Out; and In and Out.

Gently I look back to my early childhood memories.  The earliest memories of my life when I was may be 3, 4, 5, 6, years old.  I look back at my-self then and see my image.  At that time I may have had a favorite or secret place where I felt so completely joyful; peaceful; and totally happy.  This favorite or secret place may be in my room; may be at a lake; may be in a meadow; may be at the edge of a forest; may be in my backyard; may be in a tree house, or at the beach.   I invite my-self to go and visit that place in my mind now.  I keep thinking what it feels like being in that very special and peaceful place, where I felt secure and safe.  Now I would like to recall that special child, call her, hold her hand, dance with her, and tell her how much I love and miss her and give her a great big hug.   I stay with her and enjoy this very special time, free from any of that brain chatter that usually goes on inside of my head.  I recall the fun stuff I did as a child in that very special place, free of fear,  anger, envy, sorrow, regrets, greed, arrogance, self-pity, resentments, lies, false pride, superiority and ego.  I truly enjoy the joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, friendship, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, trust and faith you feel.  I stay in this place as long as possible, truly reconnect with my inner child (also known as my magical child). 

I do this exercise as often as I can.  Also I do write my inner child letters on a regular basis and I tell her how much she means to me.  This is how my healing process started.  I slowly but surely started to love my-self, trust my-self, and respect my-self more and more.
 

 

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