Kick that inner child to the curb.
Yeah. You read that right. Kick that inner child out of your head immediately. And don’t look back. Matter of fact, don’t think back. Because back is SO backwards when it comes to rehashing your past.
Sure, I know my unadulterated, unsolicited, and un-delightful advice goes against “modern advice.” But my advice is based on the Manufacturer’s information.
Here’s what a so-called hypnotist healer has to say about this subject. And this comes from an audio session called “Compassion for Inner Child”
She said, “In this audio, I will lead you through an exercise that helps you find compassion for your inner child. You will find this soothing and reassuring, as your inner child may experience for the first time what it’s like to get adequate attention and care.”
On the other end of the self care spectrum is your Maker. And He says, “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things.”
(psst…that applies to women, too)
So, as it is with most of your life, you have a choice to make.
Believe what a touchy-feely hypnotist says. Or believe what God says about you.
Now, if you disagree, don’t pitch a fit.
Because I didn’t just come up with it.
No, God gave you a mind that can leave that child behind
And be the real YOU, not a counterfeit.
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