Project Description

Perhaps you know the phenomenon of the incredibly strong life energy that small children can radiate. Here you can feel a wholeness of a being that has come to earth to be fully present and to plunge into the adventure of life. But only a few years later, part of that energy is often lost. The eyes sparkle a little less. The zest for life has become a little less. The older the child gets, the more the soul seems to hide. What happened? Even if you have the best parents: life includes setbacks, unpleasant experiences and difficulties.

Every time we have to experience fear, helplessness, sadness or anger, and can’t quite process the situation, we split off a part of ourselves that gets stuck in the situation. We call these stuck personality parts wounded inner children.

In coaching you meet a child that you once were and that is still alive in you and has an effect on your life. You open your heart for this child, which is still waiting for you, mostly lonely, scared and hurt. Often with a lot of distorted thoughts about yourself, about life and about others.

In stressful situations, this inner child makes you behave as if you were still the little child from back then and only had the capabilities to react that you had back then. When you are in anger, envy, or worry, the hurt child in you may have already taken control. Then it controls you, be it in your encounters with your partner, your children, your boss, or other fellow human beings.

In coaching you find this inner child, connect with its story, release the emotional charges in which it is stuck, and reintegrate it into your present personality. As soon as you succeed, you will feel how an important part of your life energy returns to you, which was lost with it in the past.

Often there are now amazing possibilities to get rid of old beliefs, to solve conflicts, to make relationships happier and to find an answer to problems.

Examples of problems that are mostly related to hurt inner children:

  • Conflict avoidance and difficulty asserting one’s needs.
  • Perfectionism, always being on your toes, and feeling like you have to prove yourself all the time.
  • Repetitive patterns in relationships. For example, getting stuck with the same kind of wrong partner over and over again, or experiencing imbalances of closeness and distance.
  • Frequent brooding and thought loops that don’t want to come to an end – because the actual problem is on an emotional level.
  • Other negative behaviors that cannot be rationally explained.

You would like to talk to us about this topic? Then book your free preliminary talk now, without any obligation. We are looking forward to meeting you!