Your inner child is a picture of your emotions. When you visualize yourself soothing, comforting and loving your child self you bring healing and strength to your heart. Resolve emotional issues, manage current anxiety and improve your self esteem using this professionally designed and highly effective audio program. Dr. William DeFoore uses his 38 years of professional experience as he guides you through this journey of renewal and self love. You can use the tools you acquire in this program anytime, anywhere to create a sense of inner strength, focus and clarity. When you nurture your inner child, you empower your adult self to be the person you've always wanted to be!
©2010 William G. DeFoore, Ph.D. (P)2010 William G. DeFoore, Ph.D.
I understand the concept of healing your inner child and I agree with the necessity to do that, but I found the parts of this that involved washing the inner child, especially the parts affected by abuse to be beyond what I could accept as appropriate. Maybe I'm being too
puritanical as far as what needs to be done, but this put me off and I probably won't listen to it again. For me, Louise Hay's Inner Child work is more effective.
I've been doing guided meditations a long time and this is what I've been looking for, something that really enabled me to reconnect and heal my inner child's trauma's. It covers absolutely EVERYTHING!!. I found it to the point without fluffing things up and at the same time gentle. I'm recommending it to all i know.
Thank you Mr DeFoore
p.s I have just bought Dealing with Anger in children and the sample sounded great!!
"worth a listen!"
really liked this, good guided meditation. positive affirmations. I found it beneficial and would recommend.
Powerful, captivating, great voice, listened to it twice today already and I just bought it
As much as I like this recording it isn't the one that works best for me.
The author has voice of professional practitioner, which he is anyway and the visuals are good.
I think affirmations are very top heavy. Way too many of them. William defoore suggests recording your own voice but I opted for a different approach.
I would recommend this recording.
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