healing haven

January 9, 2014

Healing the Wounded Child

My time in Riversleigh has helped me get further along in my journey of healing my wounded Inner Child.  It has been one of the aids along the way: others include spiritual meditation, processing and mulling, art therapy using SoulCollage and Project Life, writing and journaling including memoir, Soul Food and Riversleigh activities, SoulCollage and Project Life.  My Wounded Child, depicted in the lower left of this SoulCollage card, has been able to transform and access into the upper right part of the card.

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Writing the SoulCollage “I Am the One Who” has assisted in the verbalizing the process after much meditating and mulling.   Riversleigh has been a place of retreat for me to mull in between adventures.  It has symbolized the quiet silences in the spaces between activities.  I have stayed in Riversleigh even as others left: as a shape shifter I could adapt and blend into whatever was happening and whomever was there.

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The quiet time has been necessary, but then there comes a time to be with others again, to share in each others’ lives and appreciate the growth patterns we all have undergone.

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1 Comment »

  1. Hi, just stopped by to check out your SoulCollage. That’s a great image at the upper right!! 🙂 Very joyful. I haven’t made any that relate to my inner child, but I did make one recently for Joy that I haven’t posted yet. Here’s a recent one I really like … http://aboutwhatmatters.wordpress.com/2014/01/05/wait-and-see/

    Comment by Heather — January 13, 2014 @ 7:05 pm |Reply


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