Healing Inner Child Meditation-Heal your wounded inner child

Have you ever thought why a person would rather stay in a painful relationship with an abusive or cheating partner than to accept the pain of losing them? It all starts from childhood. Feeling unloved, abandoned or betrayed as a child yet not being able to deal with the pain, stays within and grows strong.

To this person, being in an abusive relationship is still better than no relationship. No relationship means being alone; she/he needs to face that injured part of them from the past. Therefore, they continue to hang on.

Another reason may be that the current bad relationship unconsciously reminds them of the past (familiar) so they try to deal with it now the way they wish they had dealt with the relationship from their infancy.

 

Love Yourself


The best thing to do is to be kind to yourself. To love yourself means you love your inner child and understand her fears, feel the pain she once felt, cry over it and then let go. After that, you will no longer feel the need to stay with a bad partner because you know your worth.

The most important relationship we will ever have is with the inner child within us. We need to become a grown adult and a good parent to our inner child. Help our inner child develop from the point where he or she was abandoned and stopped growing. If we can’t master our relationship with our inner child, we won’t be able to have a healthy relationship with someone else.

 

Meditation Is the Beginning of the Journey to Your Spiritual Growth Process


Practice the following meditation often for healing your wounded inner child:

Breath in-Breath out.

Go deep within and notice the peaceful, wholesome, loving child that you abandoned and forgot about (your inner child).

Notice that she’s still as joyful, loving, and strong as before.

She slowly walks toward you.

She’s been waiting for this moment for a very long time.

She knows you very well!

She loves you unconditionally. She loves you even though you left her when she needed you the most. She understands that you didn’t have a choice and were forced to leave her behind.

Her only wish is to grow from where she stopped. She has a lot to share with you.

Listen…to her concerns.

Hold her close. Pull the energy she’s offering into your energetic system and tell her that you will never leave her again.

Be open to receive her love and guidance and stay with her for as long as you want. Connect to her deeply till she starts growing within you.

If you would like to share anything, I’d love to hear your thoughts below.

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8 comments

  1. This is absolutely amazing Sierra. It’s so helpful because so many people are broken on the inside and would rather be abused than be by themselves. It’s so sad because I can’t even emphasize how true this is. The meditation video was just right. Thanks so much for this.

    1. You’re welcome Chizoba, and yes you are absolutely correct. Many people avoid being alone because it’s a lonely and cold place. This space is the reason many stay in bad relationships, separate and get back together or move on so quickly to the next relationship because they can’t bear the pain of facing their sadness. However, if they do tolerate this loneliness and feel the pain of it, they will heal.

  2. You have great wrting skills that reaches a persons inner being.
    I in particular loved our inner child only wishes to grow from where it stopped.
    I don’t think I have ever seen it put that way and it hit me right between the eyes. It doesn’t matter where we stopped or even why we stopped, it only matters that we now continue from that point with love and to cherish ourselves.
    I am so grateful to have read this today. I already feel something has shifted within.
    When the student is ready, the teacher appears 🙂

    Now off track but why porcupine?

    Di 🙂

  3. Hi Diane,
    I appreciate your kindness. I’m thankful that you learned something that can be added to your knowledge. I believe everything happens for a reason. You are correct: you are here today reading my blog for a reason. Please give your own intention and your soul’s readiness (to expand and grow), the credit for what you are learning . If your soul was not ready enough to want to learn, you would not have heard my worlds the right way. So congratulations! You are on your way.

    The inner child is that state of our being that was pure (at the time when we were infants) but became exposed to our experiences of the external world. If we had a choice, we would have not allowed it to get influenced by those experiences. But as a child, we didn’t have that choice So the moment we allowed it to be affected by our negative experiences (rather than experiences that were aligned with our pure being), we abandoned it. I have gone in great detail about this process in the book.

    Regarding your question ,”why porcupine?”, there’s really not enough space here to explain. Best is to read the book. I hope that you will have a chance to read it:)

    Thanks again,
    Sierra

  4. Hi Sierra,
    Wow, awesome read here. I was intrigued by the article and wanted to stay longer on your page, but there is no more to read.
    You peak my curiosity to read the book. Where I can find the one you have mentioned in the article because I need it for a reason.
    Thanks for the powerful write-up and plan to check in, and see where you go next.

    1. Thank you Maun,

      The name of my book is Cherish Your Inner porcupine. You can buy it from Amazon.com, and Barnsandnoble.com.

      Please do visit my site sometimes.

      Thanks again,

      Sierra

  5. Hi Sierra
    What you have shared is so great. I am heading for 60 now and I still let my child play most days as it keeps me young and my spirit free

    I love living alone and the peace it has for me and through the years have done some real healing on myself as I needed to

    People who come here are going to get so much from this place

    Thank you

    1. Hi Vicki,

      Thanks for your comment. I hope that you will continue to nourish your spirit through your playfulness. It is one of our soul’s greatest qualities. Please use it as a way of unfolding your true self.

      Sierra

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