Tag: inner child
I want to play. I want to play like there’s no tomorrow. Like I can just collect every ounce of happiness and joy, pack it in a suitcase and carry it with me forever across lifetimes, till that becomes a baggage, and then I shed it and I create another suitcase, but with a different set of joy and happiness.
In my last post, I talked about the Loyal Soldier and how it needs to be brought home, welcomed, loved endlessly and molded to reflect and help us with our current reality than the battles it has fought before with us. I believe our subconscious is built up of every learning, every survival strategy that […]
Close your eyes. Hold your intention to find a memory that disturbs you the most. Breathe deeeeeeeep and releeeeeeease. Relaaaaaxx! While for many of us, these would be a fleeting reel, for me this is a looooong tortuous tape. Really long, so long that if I dig deeper into them any further, I could create […]