Inner-child work is a powerful tool for healing from psychological trauma, dysfunctional patterns, and self-harming behaviors. The part of your psyche that is still childlike, innocent, and full of wonder. She recognized that human beings are multi-dimensional and discovered that by working with and integrating all of our unique parts, we can heal and deepen in self-awareness. Her explanation is really helpful when we seek to understand our own coping mechanisms and behavior patterns on a deeper level. My descriptions for the inner and outer child are adapted from her work. Below, I cover how to identify your inner and outer child, the wounded inner child and the integrated adult.
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The wind flows around her pale, exposed throat, lifting her hair in a dance both frenzied and seductive. Her skin is incandescent, shimmering with the light mist of rain that has enveloped her, glowing in the intermittent lightning of the building storm. She closes her eyes, lifting her face into the rain, tilting her head back on the wind.