***THIS IS A RECORDED READING. book whatever time slot is available ( it does not matter the time since it is recorded) . You will receive your private you tube link with recorded reading within 48 hours of your booked appt. time.***
Have you ever taken the time to truly listen to your inner child?
To acknowledge the aspects of yourself that may have been hurt during your younger years? It is through this process of introspection and validation that we can begin to reparent ourselves and shift our perspectives on the most formative years of our lives.
Here we bring in a deck (OR 3) of cards that tells a story of moments when you felt hurt, betrayed, and unsupported.
These cards serve as a mirror, reflecting back to you the experiences that shaped you. But they also hold the key to healing and growth.
They offer intuitive suggestions on how to tap into your inner child and promote healing within yourself.
In this inner child reading, we delve into the depths of our being, connecting with the innocence and divine-like wonder that resides within us all. It is a journey of self-discovery, a path that leads us to question and explore the wounds of our past.
As we embark on this journey, we are reminded of the power of listening and validating our younger selves. It is through this act of compassion that we can learn to reparent ourselves, providing the love and support that may have been lacking in our earlier years. By doing so, we can shift our perspectives and rewrite the narratives that have held us back.
But this reading is not just about healing; it is also about tapping into our creativity and imagination. It is about embracing the concept of divine play, where we can nurture our inner child and allow ourselves to explore the world with a sense of wonder and curiosity. It is through this playful exploration that we can reconnect with the essence of who we truly are.
So, as you embark on this inner child reading, allow yourself to be open to the emotions that arise. Allow yourself to question and reflect upon the experiences that have shaped you. What moments made you feel hurt, betrayed, or unsupported? How have these experiences influenced your beliefs and perspectives?
And as you explore these questions, remember that this journey is not about dwelling in the past or assigning blame. It is about understanding and healing. It is about reclaiming the parts of yourself that may have been lost or forgotten.