Affirmations for the Inner Child by Rokelle Lerner

By Rokelle Lerner

We all desire confident confirmation all through our lives. As teenagers, those robust messages helped us to understand that we have been beneficial, that it was once very well to wish nutrition and to be touched, and that our very life was once a invaluable reward. The messages that we obtained from our mom and dad helped us to shape judgements that decided the process our lives. If we have been raised with constant, nurturing mom and dad, we finish that lifestyles is significant and that folks are to be relied on. If we have been raised with mom and dad who have been addictively or compulsively in poor health, we confirm that lifestyles is threatening and chaotic--that we're not deserving of pleasure. those are the the most important judgements that impression our lives lengthy when we have forgotten them. regrettably, early life judgments do not disappear. they continue to be as dynamic forces that contaminate our maturity. whilst youth wishes will not be handled due to abuse or abandonment, we spend our lives viewing the area during the distorted conception of a needy little one or an indignant adolescent. The extra we push those baby components away, the extra keep an eye on they've got over us. This selection of day-by-day meditations is devoted to these adults who're able to heal their early life wounds. it really is via this brave attempt that we are going to circulate from a lifetime of ache into restoration.

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Page 30 JANUARY 30 Love I am allowing myself to love. ''Love hurts,'' the song goes. So many times I have given love that has not been returned. As a child, I was the one who loved my parents unconditionally Wasn't it supposed to be the other way around? Many painful years later I realized that my parents were unable to love me in a healthy way As I grew up, I chose people to love who weren't capable of loving me. My relationships have left me depleted, hurt and hopeless. And somewhere deep inside I made a decision to stop loving.

As I confront new issues and repair old childhood wounds, infancy themes will arise for me. Instead of feeling shameful, I will seek out those I trust for holding, touching and nurturing. I am learning to be the loving parent to the precious infant inside of me. Page 3 JANUARY 3 Terror My precious inner child is not afraid. When I was a child, I was terrified of the dark. There were monsters under the bed and in the closet. Burglars might break in at any moment. Night sounds were a cause for alarm, shadows were menacing.

Page 53 FEBRUARY 22 Memories Today I will use my memories to mark my growth. Memorials of war, destroyed lives and victories punctuate the serene park in the middle of town. All are crafted of cement and bronze to survive the years so no one will ever forget. Memorials stand within my memory Memorials of my past wars, of my wounds and the devastated lives of family and Mends. Words raised in bronze stand out to remind me of what took place, of the pain that will never completely go away. It is my choice whether to use each memorial as a stone wall to inhibit my growth or as a marker of my growth.

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