Healing Your Childhood Ezine

As a child, we chose core beliefs about ourselves that must be changed to have emotional sobriety. Learning how to use our mind as our friend and the source for inner peace gives us the opportunity to explore our childhood and develop new core beliefs. Finding your triggers is a good way to identify your core beliefs. Remember these have been buried in your subconscious for many years so there will be a period of disbelief about them in the beginning. Success in changing your core beliefs takes time. Adopt a schedule to change. One thought per day may be a good beginning. Don’t start on another belief until you have changed the prior one.

“Most survivors grew up too fast. Their vulnerable child-selves got lost in the need to protect and deaden themselves. Reclaiming the inner child is part of the healing process. Often the inner child holds information and feelings for the adult. Some of these feelings are painful; others are actually fun. The child holds the playfulness and innocence the adult has had to bury.”
Laura Davis

This ezine contains the following topics:

  1. Growing Up in a Troubled Family
  2. How We Coped
  3. Changing Our Core Beliefs
  4. Recognizing Your Basic Ego States–Child, Parent, Adult
  5. Healing from Childhood Trauma
  6. The Recovery Journey Takes Time, Patience, and Research
  7. Creativity is the Bridge to Finding Our Joy
  8. Many Resources for Healing Trauma are Online
  9. Section for adding the future articles