• Hannah Telluselle

Integrating our inner child

Our inner child is that most authentic, pure and loving part of ourselves that carries our soul and its purpose into the world. On one hand utterly vulnerable, on the other hand fierce to survive. We can become better in touch with this part of ourselves through childsplay, naturally. What is this as a grown up? Excluding playing with children (where we are to take the parental role, or at least an adult position in our interactions), we can still do things that brings forth our own sense of childlike joy. This entails creativity in all its shapes and forms, being outside in nature, spending time with animals and certain friends. Being creative can also bring forth our inner child, by allowing our soul to express its longing to become whole so we can restructure our lives into a more wholesome nature, a more wholesome host. This can for example be done through art, including writing, discovering our own joy. The actual retrieval came through spirit, with noni and lomilomi after several sessions over time.

Our inner child, or lost soul piece from a traumatic event, thus need a place to live that is loving, caring and accepting with respect both from ourselves and others around us. This means taking good care of our bodies and our actual homes, making them both into sancturaries that are safe and nurturing with good set boundaries and our own best at heart, is a must. It also entails making space to vent our true emotions and be honest with our own wants and desires, without pretending. Many are those who lie to themselves, who will have to get out of that rut first before tending to their actual needs. Some prefer warmth, others chilly, some prefer to sleep late, others to get up early and so forth. Finding what your own real needs are and satisfying these within reasonable limits are always essential.

Even so, integrating our own inner child/soul piece takes several years depending on the nature of the trauma and the conditions with which we heal. One can say that we must relive our lives to a certain point, not only to break patterns of behavior, but to allow our inner child and soul-piece the same experience as the rest of us, to calibrate into harmony with our true essence. So, if you were almost raped, you must face a similar situation with a different outcome, if you are being opposed by society who most often includes relationships that have proven to be abusive, including by those of authority preventing you from living your own (having their own best interest prioritized over yours) or be part of warfare if you have lost it there. Thus, the world creates more battlefields until we are allowed to be whole by those still on their own journeys, or by those discovering a new competitor up to par.

The more inner work we do together with external factors, the more help we will receive through God, including by his angels and by recognizing our own intuition that we must heed. It can be simple things like a sudden change of heart without reasonable explanation, feeling "wrong" about wearing a certain color and then realize it was a warning about someone wearing it. It can be a gut feeling stopping us from doing a normal chore at a normal time because someone broke into our room, making it unsafe. And it can be little things, like where things are working and where they are broken so we walk in the right direction, what to avoid for our angelfriend to feel safe with its presence and to always remember that it comes to warn us. In my case against Malin Berghagen, it seems.

With love,



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