“When we are little, we dream of growing up. As adults we often desperately seek for the lightness and the magic we experienced as children.” [1]

During my time as a kinesiologist, I frequently noticed that the problems of my clients, e.g. anxieties, insecurities or allergies, were rooted in their childhood. There were also cases in which I could trace back the roots of their problems to their mother’s pregnancy or past lives. Although this is “normal”, it still bears mentioning.

Many people find it difficult to mentally or emotionally go back to their childhood. Either because the memory is unpleasant or painful to them or because they have blocked out their time as a child, so that they cannot think of anything in connection with the topic childhood.

Access to the inner child is very important when it comes to rekindling lost enjoyment of life, vitality and creativity. However, since especially highly sensitive people have experienced their childhood more intensely than most other people have, their inner child is especially in need of care and “healing”. After all, they were frequently left alone with their powerful emotions since others were simply unable to understand them.

Highly sensitive people respond especially well to spiritual tools

Besides the established therapeutic support, other methods have proved successful regarding the integration and the conscious acceptance of the inner child in adulthood. Those who not only want to get support for their inner child on the mental and emotional levels, but also on the spiritual level, can find it in the form of spiritual tools.

The classic among my spiritual tools in connection with the healing of the inner child is the Angel Aura Essence ANGEL HARIEL. Not only is it the “spiritual emergency essence for children”, but it has also been used very successfully by people working on their inner child for years. All the injuries borne by the inner child take hold in the subtle body. Occurring often in the aura and the chakras or the multidimensional DNA and remain there for life and even beyond if they are not transformed with the help of subtle-spiritual tools.

[1] Harke, Sylvia. Hochsensibel. Was tun? Der innere Kompass zu Wohlbefinden und Glück. Petersburg 2016, S. 134.

 

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