During the early years of our lives we all absorb many things in our environment, both consciously and unconsciously; and consequently we develop many of our belief patterns based on the information and behaviour observed in the world around us and from the people in it. Unfortunately for some people, the unconscious part of our mind that creates our belief systems and programmes often doesn’t judge whether the incoming information is right or wrong.
If our parents show us a lot of love at an early age, then it is easy for us to believe we are loveable and worthy of good things. However if we are not aware of that love then we may grow up thinking a different truth about ourselves. Often our Inner Child needs to develop survival behaviours which work well for us at the time and act as excellent protection mechanisms. However, they rarely work for us as adults and it is these archetypal Inner Child patterns that are often at the core of dysfunctional behaviour patterns in adulthood and what we seek to address during transformational regression work.
This workshop will seek to explain some of these “truths” about ourselves, and where appropriate to re-balance those “truths”. It will be a mixture of the theoretical and experiential exercises and will include:
Discussions about the Inner Child
How we can all continue to work with developing our connection there.
Accessing our Inner Child(ren) and establish a new relationship there.
Working with the power of the Inner Child and to step more fully into your life possibilities.
Inner child archetypes and learning to work with those archetypes.
Regressions, meditations and other creative exercises.