I was listening to a friend of mine the other day as she was sharing her story about being in a very traumatic car accident many years ago. She said it took a lot of physical therapy and hard work to fully recover. However, she recalled the panic she felt being trapped in the car,Continue reading “We do not Completely Exist in Linear Time: Most of us Have Pieces Stuck in Other Timelines Needing Our Help”
Being triggered into a reaction causes you to behave in ways you wouldn’t dream of under normal circumstances, and once the dust settles, you most likely regret your actions and wonder why you couldn’t stop yourself – again. This occurs probably more often than you like. So, what can you do about it?
I’m reminded of a time when my inner child was desperate to control me, and everything and everyone in my life in order to feel safe. Here’s the story as it unfolded:
Wouldn’t it be nice to live without self-judgment? It’s a bad habit. We automatically judge ourselves without realizing it. Have we been sold a line that we’re defective? Why isn’t self-acceptance the norm? How did we get to be so hard on ourselves?
You can improve your chances of being healthy and happy by allowing all emotions to be felt in the kindest, gentlest way. This opens the door for freedom and allows self-love to be your guide.
There’s a wealth of information available to help with healing the inner child. For the purpose of this blog post, I’d like to share from my own personal experience. I’m not an expert on the subject in general, but I am an expert on successfully healing my own inner child. My hope is that inContinue reading “Healing the Inner Child”
My book, The Path to My Heart, is a story about my fragmented pieces coming back into my life for healing and heart integration. It was obviously time, but I had no idea it was about to happen. They came to life, one by one, with stories of their own healing adventure and a willingnessContinue reading “Healing Fragmented Pieces Through Shamanic Journeying”
I remember leaving my body a few times as a child, flying down the stairs. I recall waking up one morning thinking: Wow! That was fun, I want to do it again! At the time, I didn’t have a clue why this was happening. Now, I realize I dissociated from my body during trauma. ThisContinue reading “Understanding and Healing Fragmentation”