LEARN HOW TO HEAL THE HURT OF THE "CHILD" INSIDE



DISCOVER THE INNER CHILD

The inner "child" is the true and pure nature of every human being. This is also the part filled with vitality, joy, creativity and inner peace in the depths of the soul. When a person experiences an unhappy childhood, the childhood pain will be like the innermost layer of an onion. That shell is scratched by the long-standing prejudices of the community, the wrong behavior patterns of the family, society or hidden wounds. As time goes on, the onion grows and becomes covered with more skins, but the old wound is still there. Because we are shielded through many "mantles", we are often unaware of the existence of deep pain. Since then, we unknowingly "carry" those pains and create conditions for them to "ingrain" into our souls.

THE SOURCE OF THE HURT IN THE INNER "CHILD"

Children are like blank pages and parents and caregivers are the first to write on that page. Therefore, family education greatly affects the development of children. Ignorance in parenting or negative events will inhibit the natural development of the inner "child". The hurt "child" is often easily self-deprecating, ashamed, afraid, even mentally paralyzed and suffers from severe psychological problems. Some examples of behavioral deficiencies and past traumatic events that affect the psyche of the “child” include: Strictness, punishment, extreme judgment. Perfectionism. Abuse physically and mentally. Domineering. Unrecognized. Lack of fairness. Parents divorced. Words that are "killing".

HOW TO HEAL THE INNER "CHILD"

To heal the wounds of our hearts, we need a lot of patience, tolerance, and love to connect with the heart and listen to the "child's" mind. 1. ACCEPT AND FACE EMOTIONS Children who grow up in unstable circumstances often have many mental disorders. Heartbreaks cause us to fear and find ways to run away or resist. Over time, we become calloused, losing our connection with others and with ourselves. Instead of running away from our emotions, we need to learn to accept and deal with the hurt. Rejecting pain only deepens our past wounds. Regularly observe your own feelings without "labeling" or judging. 2. SHARE STORIES OF MEMORIES Share painful memories with someone you trust. Sharing not only helps you sort through what happened, but it also gives you an overview of your behavior and mental well-being. From there, you will be more in control of your emotions and not be dominated by sad stories. 3. “COMMUNICATION” WITH “CHILDREN” By "communicating" with the "child" within, we can connect with the cause of our fear and obsession in the present. Practice journaling to talk to yourself, confide in yourself about the pain and sadness that you have experienced in the past. Through writing, you will neutralize negative energy and heal the hurt of the "child". Besides, you can also focus on developing your childhood interests and passions such as singing, painting, playing musical instruments... or spend time playing with children, pets, and interacting with nature. nature, plants... — HOLD THE BABY IN YOUR ARMS WITH ALL YOUR AFFECTION AND PROMISE THAT FROM NOW ON YOU WILL NEVER BETRAY OR ABANDON HIM AGAIN. 4. MEDITATION Practicing meditation helps to keep the mind calm and peaceful. From there, we can easily go into the depths of the "memory domains". As you meditate, recall events that hurt you. Imagine yourself living and existing in that memory, hold the "baby" in your arms and say: "I am listening to you", "I am sorry for what happened to you in the past" , "Don't worry because I'm always by your side", "Thank you for being you", "I love you".

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