We all have an Inner Child
In everyone there is a young child — we are wired this way. At some time in our life we experienced difficulty and even trauma. To protect and defend ourselves against more difficulty, we often attempt to forget painful times.
Every time we are in touch with the experience of suffering, our inner child with the past memory is there to remind us how to protect ourselves. Sometimes the protective state can create a situation that prevents us from growing or moving forward with our lives.
Your Inner Child is always there
Just because you’ve ignored your inner child doesn’t mean he/she isn’t there. The wounded child is always there wanting our attention saying ‘I’m here, I’m here…you can’t avoid me, you can’t run away from me.” As humans we want to end our suffering by sending the child to a far away place and stay away as long as possible. Running away doesn’t end the suffering — it only prolongs it.
Your Inner Child asks for care, love and attention however we do the opposite — we run away because we’re afraid of suffering. Pain and sorrow can become overwhelming, yet we still don’t come ‘home’ to ourselves. We do other things like watching TV, movies, over-socializing, alcohol or drugs because we don’t want to experience the suffering anymore.
Hypnosis gets you in contact with your Inner Child to resolve issues
While in the hypnotic state, gain access to your Inner Child and make peace with what happened. Hypnotherapy helps you learn how to relax yourself and bring yourself back to a ‘good’ place resulting in better decision-making, inner peace and improved relationships.
Meridian Peak Hypnotherapists craft a custom hypnosis plan that get you feeling better. 99% of our clients report a significant change in how they feel after the first visit. See yourself in a whole new light, allow others to see the glow within you, feel more relaxed around others and feel great from the inside out — its all possible using hypnosis.
Hypnosis is proven more effective than traditional counseling
In a study in American Health Magazine, hypnosis and hypnotherapy have a 93% success rate compared with lower results from other methods of therapy which require far more sessions. Click here to learn more about hypnosis and its high success rate.