Inner child trauma can be difficult to understand and heal. It is often rooted in experiences and events from our past that have left a lasting impact on us. These experiences may have included emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, neglect, abandonment, or any other type of traumatic event.
The inner child represents the part of ourselves that holds onto these traumatic experiences and the emotions that go along with them. It is the part of us that feels hurt, scared, and vulnerable.
Healing inner child trauma involves acknowledging and validating the pain that we have experienced, and learning how to manage and cope with these emotions in a healthy way. It can be a challenging and emotional process, but it is an important step towards healing and finding inner peace.
One way to address and heal this inner child trauma is through emotion code sessions with a certified practitioner.
The Emotion Code is a therapeutic technique developed by Dr. Bradley Nelson that involves identifying and releasing trapped emotions, which are negative emotions that become trapped in the body due to unresolved past events. These trapped emotions can contribute to physical and emotional issues, including chronic pain, anxiety, and depression.
During an emotion code session, the practitioner uses muscle testing, also known as kinesiology, to identify trapped emotions and determine their source. The practitioner then uses a specific process to release the trapped emotion, which involves identifying the emotion, speaking it out loud, and releasing it with the intention of allowing the emotion to leave the body.
Emotion code sessions can be done in person or remotely, and they are typically brief, lasting around 30 minutes to an hour. It is common for individuals to experience a sense of relief and release after a session.
Using this healing modality with a certified practitioner can be a powerful tool for healing inner child trauma. By identifying and releasing trapped emotions, individuals can gain relief from physical and emotional issues and take steps towards healing and growth.