Monday, March 23, 2015

Bob Fickes ~ Taking care of our inner child

We have talked so much about our Inner Master, but equally as important is nurturing our Inner Child. This is the part of us that carries all the feelings from our childhood, all those times when we couldn’t express our self honestly and had to stuff our feelings down inside. The Inner Child is that part of us that we neglected to nurture when we needed it the most. Your Inner Child needs your love and acceptance.
The best way to nurture your Inner Child is at night just before you go to sleep. Imagine your Inner Child sitting in front of you. See your Inner Child as you were when you were two or three years old. Ask your Inner Child, “What do you want to tell me? What do you need the most?” Let the feelings come up honestly and truly. Feel love for your Inner Child and reach out with your arms and imagine that you are holding this lovely child and giving it love. Then slip down into the bed embracing your Inner Child and go to sleep with your child in your arms.

This is a powerful way to nurture your Inner Child and help it to heal. When we give it love, our Inner Child can begin to have more confidence and feel more natural. When our Inner Child is healthy, we feel more natural and have more confidence to trust our feelings and be more authentic in our daily life. Jesus once said we have to be like a child to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Nurturing our Inner Child allows us to experience our adult life with greater joy and peace. We accept our childlike nature and become more authentic in every relationship. We trust our self and never beat up our self for feeling weak or sensitive. Inner sensitivity is a great gift that opens our heart to experience the beautiful reality of the spiritual world. We love the angels and Masters more and more as our Inner Child wakes up and feels more healthy. When our Inner Child is healthy, our Inner Master comes out more powerfully and more lovingly in everything we do.

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