Connect with us

Healing

8 Signs You Have a Wounded Inner Child

Published

on

wounded inner child signs image

Every child deserves to feel safe, protected, and secure. However, not every child does. Most parents see safety as physical protection from harm, or providing the essentials for their children. Safety also means support on an emotional, psychological, and spiritual level. When we don’t feel safe as children this feeling of endangerment becomes constant and long-lasting, and a huge gaping wound appears in our psyche. Our adult selves often repress this painful wound, but its impacts are profound and far-reaching. In this article, I want to introduce you to 8 common signs that indicate that you have a wounded inner child.

However, in order for this article to be a useful source for you, I need you to get into a reflective space in your mind where you can openly reflect on your own childhood and how you felt as a child. It’s very important to ask yourself such questions as:

  • Did I feel safe?
  • Did I feel a sense of belonging in my family?
  • Was I permitted to be myself?
  • Do I still have any resentment coming from my childhood?
  • What is my current relationship with my inner child like?

Use this article for introspection and self-reflection. Please, understand that inner child healing is one of the most serious and profound forms of inner work you can do.

What Is the Inner Child?

inner child healing meditation Image

The inner child is a “part” of our personality that stores all our memories, feelings, needs, reactions, attitudes towards ourselves and others, and behaviors that we have preserved from our childhood.

In other words, your inner child is the child that lives within you, to be exact – within your psyche. It is important that we stay connected with this sensitive part of ourselves. When we are connected to our inner child, we feel excited, enthusiastic, and inspired by life. 

If in childhood some of our important psychological needs were not met, then our inner child “gets stuck” and can not continue to grow and develop. Inner child healing can help us to face our fears and insecurities that were created in our childhood and heal these inner wounds.

What Is the Wounded Inner Child?

The wounded inner child is the part of us that bears the imprint of our psychological traumas.

Trauma is our psychological wound. This is our reaction to some event or many similar events that our psyche could not cope with. And as a result, it was divided into the injured part (i.e., our wounded inner child) and the part of the protector.

Such a traumatic event could be as:
  • something extreme. For example, an attack, a fire, a war, someone’s murder, a natural disaster, etc. All these extreme events lead to shock trauma.
  • a lot of unpleasant, more “casual” events, but recurring regularly. For example, psychological violence, violation of agreements on the part of the parent, lack of attention, rejection, unacceptance of some qualities or behavior patterns, etc. These “casual” events lead to relationship trauma.

Our traumatized inner child encourages us to face similar painful events (that caused trauma) again and again to attract our attention so we can finally heal our wounds. And the other part of us, our inner protector, wants to avoid meeting with such an event to protect us from pain.

This inner protector, which protects us from repeating the trauma of the relationship, can manifest itself in us through the fear of intimacy when we are afraid to let another person close to us, or even afraid to enter into a relationship. The fear of close relationships is formed in us as a result of the trauma of relationships.

The inner child healing takes place through the healing of its “wounded part”. That is, through working with the trauma of the relationship. And as a result of the healing, our ability to have close, trusting, loving relationships with others increases.

Here’s How to Tell Your Inner Child Is Wounded

1. Poor Self-Esteem

Poor Self-Esteem Image

Low self-esteem is usually a result of not knowing yourself, knowing your worth, living authentically, and owning both your strengths and struggles.

This trait leads to many other side effects, such as not believing in yourself or your abilities, criticizing yourself, thinking of yourself as “less than,” etc. This can also result in developing body image issues and eating disorders. To have healthy self-esteem, you need to discover, accept, and love who you really are through re-parenting your inner child.

2. Your Boundaries Are Either Too Weak Or Too Rigid

Do you feel like you don’t really know how to create healthy boundaries with others? Is it hard for you to say “NO” to people? Do you tend to put your needs secondary? This could be a result of you being uncomfortable with saying “NO” to your parents because of the fear to disappoint them or even the fear of punishment. As a child, you were suppressing your needs and desires trying to be a good girl or a good boy for your parents. Now, being an adult, you’re still carrying this program in your unconsciousness. You may even show this in situations where you are intimate with someone even if you don’t feel totally comfortable with it.

OR…

The situation could be totally opposite if you have super rigid, inflexible boundaries that nobody can cross. One of them could be your personal space. When you feel overwhelmed, instead of openly telling people they’ve been disrespecting your need for personal space, you simply cut them off. This kind of behavior is your coping mechanism to protect yourself from being hurt.

3. You Are Ashamed of Expressing Emotions

Shame is a very toxic emotion, especially for children. If you grew up in an environment where sharing and expressing your emotions was considered an expression of weakness, you could still be dealing with shame when it comes to expressing your emotions and feelings.

Shame creates feelings of inadequacy, unworthiness, or regret. The feeling of being ashamed can be experienced as such a negative, intense emotion of self-loathing that it can make a person act like a bully, giving it away by evoking that emotion in others.

childhood trauma Image

When children are emotionally or physically abandoned, abused, or neglected they often take on the shame that belongs to the adult who left or hurt them by assuming that it’s because they themselves are the “bad” one. Some children behave in ways that make them culpable for the shame that belongs to their parents.

4. You Have the Fear Of Abandonment

This fear can be expressed in the form of being clingy, overly insecure, codependent. It can even manifest itself in a form of depression or anxiety.

If you have the fear of abandonment and if you are afraid that people you love can leave you, it becomes impossible to maintain healthy relationships.

The fear of abandonment is one of the most common and most damaging fears of all. This can be a reason for so many unhealthy codependent relationships that exist in modern society.

5. You are a People-pleaser

Do you find yourself clinging to people, grasping for any attention and approval? Do you tend to do anything just to keep people happy and not to lose anyone? Do you feel like it’s super hard for you to let anyone or anything go? If the answer is “yes”, you could be a people-pleaser.

The reason why you could be stuck in the people-pleaser role is that you are afraid of disappointing and frustrating other people. And you are afraid because you unconsciously associate your worth with external validation.

A “people-pleaser” role that you tend to play most likely was manifested in your childhood when you were forced to silence your needs, feelings, emotions, and thoughts, to the point where you weaken your sense of self.

6. You Avoid People

Do you have extreme fear or anxiety when having to deal with or be around people? This can be a sign of a wounded inner child. The degree of avoiding people may vary. It may just be anxiety with a lot of people in a social situation or any amount of people. It may manifest itself in going out of your way to have food and other items delivered to you to keep from interactions. You feel most comfortable and safe when you are staying home.

7. You are Addiction Prone

Do you get easily addicted/attached to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, pornography, gambling, or any other extreme obsessive tendencies? Do you feel like it’s important for you to receive that rush of “feel good” hormones? Your childhood wounds could be the reason why you’re so easily attached to these obsessive tendencies.

Addiction Prone Image

Did you know that addiction is often a symptom of underlying trauma that hasn’t been processed? Instead of confronting our issues and letting ourselves feel pain, we often tend to block our emotions to avoid feeling pain.

But the truth is, you are not really addicted to the substance itself; you are addicted to the feeling it gives you, to the relief and escapism it provides you.

To recover from your addiction, you need to face your shadow by asking yourself these 3 important questions:

  • What am I avoiding?
  • What am I suppressing?
  • What am I in denial about?

8. You Have Trust Issues

Your distrust is a defense mechanism for avoiding emotional pain, anxiety, fears, and disappointments. Trust issues often stem from a wounded inner child that learned the hard way that people can’t be trusted.

The problem becomes even more complicated when you also have self-doubt. If you were neglected, invalidated, gaslighted, or emotionally abused as a child, it is not easy to build healthy self-esteem and self-confidence.

You have to remember that even the smallest words could cause a wound. For example, if your parents constantly told you “your grades should be better” or “don’t be so sensitive”, you absorb the message that something’s wrong with you and that you will never be good enough. On messages like these, it’s very hard to build self-esteem and self-confidence.

Self-Healing

wounded inner child image

Learning to work with your inner child is about reconnecting with the sincere, childlike part inside.

Inner child healing leads us to a state of purity and innocence. We all have the potential to experience true simplicity by reconnecting with and healing a period of our lives when we saw the world with openness and wonder.

In order to eliminate the feelings of guilt, shame, fear, hatred, disgust, and anger that we carry with us throughout our lives, we must heal the child inside. To do this, we need to earn the trust of our inner child through unconditional love and self-nurturing.

To learn more about the methods of inner child healing, read my article “Inner Child Healing: 4 Surprisingly Effective Practices“.

The Bottom Line

As you can see, your inner child does not disappear once you become an adult. On the contrary, it stays within you, reminding you of all the wounds you haven’t healed yet. There is a variety of symptoms that can point to a wounded inner child. You may have just accepted or tried to ignore many of these behaviors in yourself. However, in order to heal, you need to confront the pain that caused the wounds.

Katya Ki is the Founder of SOLANCHA Magazine, a Metaphysical Expert, a Reiki Master, and Human Rights Attorney. She has been studying Eastern metaphysics, cosmology, and esotericism for almost 20 years now. And she's still discovering new knowledge, which is hidden in ancient teachings. During her pilgrimage to the monastery of Saint Catherine in Egypt, she discovered the SOLANCHA System. This is how the SOLANCHA journey started!

Healing

10 High Vibrational Crystals For Raising Your Energy to a Whole New Level

Published

on

High vibrational crystals image

Each crystal carries its unique energy and vibration. However, there are some crystals that vibrate at higher frequencies than others. These crystals are called high vibrational crystals. These crystals are equally great for balancing your chakras, spiritual healing, and even your physical health.

This article looks at some of the common high vibrational crystals and how transformative they can be.

Top 10 High Vibrational Crystals

#1: Rose Quartz

rose quartz gemstone

Rose quartz is a strong activator of the heart, which is responsible for love. In Chakra terms, we would say it is responsible for the fourth chakra, which entails love, intimate emotions, and feelings. The rose quartz brings positive feelings to any love relationship.

Additionally, rose quartz can help you overcome sadness, anger, and shame. All these negative feelings make your heart heavy. Rose quartz can help free you from these feelings. If you want to enhance self-love, platonic, romantic and even love for others, the energy of rose quartz will do the magic.

#2: Lapis Lazuli Crystals

lapis lazuli image

Lapis Lazuli is great for improving your thinking and psychic abilities. In addition, it helps promote your ability to speak your truth with grace. Simply put, it can give you the confidence for public speaking. This is an excellent combination for people struggling with speech. 

First, it will improve your cognitive process and how you articulate the words. It will also clear your mind from thoughts that hold you back. Holding a Lapis Lazuli stone in your left hand while practicing or giving a speech could easily make people recognize you as a great public speaker.

#3: Clear Quartz

Clear Quartz for Crown Chakra Healing image

This is a master of all high vibrational crystals. You can use it to achieve any spiritual healing you are after. Interestingly, you can use it to boost the powers of the other crystals.

However, it also has particular properties, such as clearing your mind or brain. If you have many things stressing you up, the healing power of clear quartz can do the cleansing job for you. It will help you get rid of all the trauma residue holding you back. Similarly, if you cannot seem to let go of the burden in your life, clear quartz can help you out. 

They are also suitable for meditation and manifestation, making wishes come true.

#4: Black Obsidian

black obsidian Image

If you want to absorb negative energy from your surroundings, a black obsidian crystal will do a great job. This rock has the power to cleanse you and your environment from any hostile powers and energy. The psychic prowess of this crystal will shield your house from any evil or negative energy. 

Also, if you are searching for a way to connect more to the planet or are after inner peace, Black Obsidian will help you do that. Have a black obsidian rock under your pillow when you go to bed. This will help you decompress and feel more grounded.

If you would like it to absorb negative energy from your surroundings, hold it in your palm and let it stay there for some time.

#5: Malachite

Malachite Image

This is your go-to stone if you are looking for ways to connect to the planet. Also, if your goal is to balance your Heart Chakra (Anahata), consider getting Malachite for your meditation sessions. Malachite is instrumental in eliminating anger, sadness, residual emotions, and shame accumulated over the years. If you have negative feelings that keep holding you back from going after a better life, Malachite can help you let go.

Think of it as a tool that can help eliminate past trauma and burden residues. You will also love that it boosts your urge to spend time in nature. This, on its own, is already a winning factor for your overall mental and physical well-being.

#6: Amethyst 

amethyst image

This powerful crystal has for a long time been used for magical rituals. It is instrumental in Crown chakra balancing. This makes it perfect for people seeking to connect to their Divine Sources. Using it showers you with spiritual wisdom and deeper inner peace and serenity.

If you need spiritual healing, the spiritual intelligence you will get from amethyst will serve you right.

#7: Citrine

Citrine image

This rock is perfect for attracting financial abundance. Citrine is also excellent for Sacral Chakra healing. Sacral Chakra hosts sexual energy. If you want to multiply your income, gain financial independence, or boost your sexual energy and creativity, it is all in the citrine. 

If you use it, you will learn to:

  • Embrace changes that will soon turn into money moves;
  • Make things happen in business;
  • Succeed in the corporate world;
  • Take leadership roles gracefully;
  • Boost your creativity in money multiplication or wealth making.

#8: Selenite

Selenite Sahasrara Healing Crystal image

Selenite is recognized as one of the most powerful high vibrational crystals, thanks to its high frequency. It is an excellent way-opener. If you are caught in a rut that is not coming to an end, feeling stuck or blocked, selenite can help eliminate residual energies blocking your way.

Also, if you want to go a step higher in your manifestation, selenite’s high operational energy will get you there. For instance, if you have been manifesting something for a long time, selenite will be a great friend in that journey.

#9: Kyanite

high vibrational crystals Kyanite image

This crystal has a calm and dreamy color. This is why it is also called the dreamy crystal. It helps us tap into our Third eye chakra. Kyanite comes with strong healing properties. 

It also gives you:

  • Prophetic dreams, revelations, and visions just as a third perspective to things happening in your life;
  • The power to get into a meditative state quickly;
  • More success with your meditation. 

#10: Smoky Quartz

high vibrational crystals Smoky Quartz image

This crystal is best for those seeking improved psychic protection. With it, you can achieve grounding and guidance in the spiritual world. This is why it has been used in mystic rituals. 

Also, this crystal is for you if you want to boost your psychic prowess. It will help take your telepathy and intuition to a whole new level.

Continue Reading

Healing

Radical Self-Care: The Essential Step On Your Self-Healing Journey

Published

on

Radical self-care image

Radical self-care is about focusing on yourself before worrying about other people. We are often told, “you cannot pour from an empty cup” How about half a cup? With radical self-care, your cup needs to overflow before you start pouring it into other people’s cups.

With typical self-care, you can get all the pampering you want while still conforming to the pressure of caring for others. However, radical self-care is about prioritizing your mental well-being before anything or anyone else. There are a lot of conceptualized self-care practices you will have to unlearn if you are to get into radical self-care.

Radical self-care is here to stay. Looking at what the world today has become, the sooner you embrace it, the easier it will become for you to deal with stress facing you from all the spheres of life.

6 Ways to Practice Radical Self-Care

The definition of self-care has always been reduced to something like taking a bubble bath. This is still a great way to relax and be in your zone. But what next after the bubble bath? In the stressful world, we live in, where life feels like grinding 24/7, you have to go beyond bubble baths, pedicures, and manicures.

 Here are great radical self-care tips to keep your mental well-being at its optimum.

#1: Be kind and gentle to yourself

self-love and self-care image

We are faced with daily harshness in life. Sometimes, things get tough, and the only option feels like giving up. An excellent way out is to always speak positive things to yourself. Encourage yourself through daily affirmations.  

For example, if your boss constantly puts you down, daily affirmations can significantly boost your day. Stand before a mirror every day and compliment yourself. Write on sticky notes and hang them in places you will see daily. Do not beat yourself too much, especially for things you cannot control.

#2: Practice mindfulness

Take time and be in the present. Let go of the multi-tasking that we seemingly have to do in the current day. Switch off your devices and stay in a quiet place and focus on the moment. Let go of the regrets and worries of the future.

You can achieve mindfulness through meditation or breathing exercises. Mindfulness is great for your mental health, relationships, and even your attitude towards life.

#3: Stay away from social media for some time

The happiness social media gives us is short-lived. People spend hours and hours scrolling down Instagram only to end up unhappy. With everyone making significant strides on social media, it becomes difficult not to compare ourselves to them.

Another great self–care tactic is to have enough restful sleep. How often have you been on social media until late into the night? It can be difficult to disconnect from social media, but your mental wellbeing will appreciate you right back at the end of the day.

Being away from social media will help you:

  • Eliminate the fear of missing out;
  • Sleep longer and better;
  • Curb the pressure that comes after comparing ourselves to others.

For more, read our article Social Media Detox: Effective Tips & Amazing Benefits For Your Mental Health.

#4: Take a sabbatical

mental health tips image

Take a long break from your studies or work and focus on yourself. We bumped into a group of mental health enthusiasts who went to Costa Rica for their sabbatical leave. In Costa Rica, they spend all their time in nature and even eat fresh farm produce. Their time out was crowned with the fresh air and serenity of the place.

No, you do not have to go to Costa Rica. But taking a leave and relaxing while focusing on your mental wellness will do things you thought you would never achieve. In your sabbatical, you can choose to follow your passion, travel, or focus on one thing at a time, for instance, your children or talent.

#5: Get quality sleep

We have heard so many people glorifying how little they sleep. It is unfortunate, especially now that this is becoming a norm. Not getting enough sleep is gradually killing you both mentally and physically. If you do not get enough restful sleep, your body will sooner or later force you to take the needed rest.

Not sleeping enough also results in a lot of mental and physical health problems. If you genuinely care about yourself, you will sleep enough to keep health issues at bay. Good quality sleep is also a mood lifter. Keep away all sleep distractions and ensure you sleep at least 8 hours every night.

#6: Let go of all the guilt

In your radical self-care journey, you will experience feelings of guilt. If you have been working or saving money so hard, you will feel you do not deserve all the good things. It is just how people have been conditioned. You deserve a soft and peaceful life for yourself. Go for options that will make your life simpler and worth living.

Do not ignore signs of depression and stress, do all it takes to remove stressors from your life. Start by noting where you learned to put people’s emotions before yourself. Also, note down instances where you prioritize other people at the expense of yourself. Gradually let go of the behavior and ensure you are always on top of your priority list.

The Bottom Line

Intuition quotes image

The goal of radical self-care is to fully replenish you before turning to other people. The good thing about this is that while you replenish yourself, you are not depleting anybody’s resources. You, therefore, can go on and on with your radical self-care without affecting anyone around you.

This practice is good for truly replenishing your soul, body, and mind. With radical self-care, you protect your overall well-being. The good thing is that the effects are long-lasting and will always reflect your daily mental health and happiness.

Your mental health matters the most, and not just on special days when you decide to treat yourself well. Go strong on radical self-care and ensure your mental well-being is always at its optimal.

Continue Reading

Awareness

Emotional Exhaustion: The Tell-Tale Signs & How to Deal With It

Published

on

Emotional Exhaustion Image

Are you in a state where you have no more energy to do the things you love? For instance, you loved taking your dog for a walk. You always looked forward to it. But now, you do not have the mental capacity to do it. If you dread the things you once enjoyed, you could be having emotional exhaustion.

What Is Emotional Exhaustion?

When you feel mentally drained or worn out due to accumulated stress in your life, it could be said you are facing emotional exhaustion. You feel like you cannot take it anymore in this state, but you still have to keep pushing.

Sometimes, people think it is just a simple state of being in a rut. However, dismissing emotional exhaustion can be dangerous as it will develop into serious mental and sometimes physical illnesses.

Let’s dive deeper into emotional exhaustion.

Signs and Symptoms

First, you must understand that the signs can be either physical, mental, or both. Below are the common signs and symptoms to watch out for:

  • Problems falling asleep
  • Lack of motivation, especially in doing things you enjoyed before
  • Hopelessness
  • Headaches
  • Lack of concentration or absentmindedness
  • Appetite change
  • Lack of enthusiasm even for the little things around you
  • Irrational anger
  • Increased pessimism.

What Causes Emotional Exhaustion?

emotionally exhausted image

Before trying to cure emotional exhaustion, you sure want to know what caused it. First, you have to lessen or eliminate the stressor to get a better solution. If you get on a healing journey without understanding the cause of your emotional exhaustion, you will sooner or later get back to square one.

For starters, emotional exhaustion is caused by extended periods of stress. These can be work, personal, or family stress. It’s, however, different from the daily yet short-lived stress you experience.

Remember that stress triggers vary from one person to another. This is why what causes emotional exhaustion to you will not be similar to the next person.

Here are some common causes of emotional exhaustion:

  • Dealing with uncertainty
  • Going through big changes in life
  • Highly involving careers such as nurses, doctors, teachers, and armies
  • Long work hours or working at a job you do not love
  • Having a baby and not having a helping hand or generally raising children
  • Intense schooling, such as law and medical schooling
  • Being a caregiver for a senior or terminal loved one
  • Death of a loved one
  • Prolonged and stressful divorce proceedings
  • Financial problems, etc.

How to Treat Emotional Exhaustion?

Of course, going to therapy is an excellent way to start. However, outside therapy, there is more you can do to get your emotional balance back on track. So, what are some of the most effective ways to treat emotional exhaustion?

#1: Manage the stressor

Eliminating the stressor is not always as straightforward as it may seem. For instance, if your source of stress is the death of a loved one, you cannot just eliminate the grief. You have to work your way around it. With such, you can attend grief management classes and therapy.

However, if your job is stressful, you can consider changing to something lenient. If raising kids is stressing you out, consider getting a helping hand. Find a lenient way to lessen the intensity of the stressor in your life. If you cannot figure a way out, take it slow as you talk to your therapist.

#2: Take a break

We are often told that we should quit if a job stresses us. But that is not always an option for everyone, unfortunately. That is what our modern life has turned into. This might be a job you like, or maybe you’re trying to manage your financial crisis; you cannot quit. A good way out is to take a break.

Just relax or go on a vacation. While on a break, be sure to make it restful yet meaningful. People go on vacations and are caught up trying to adhere to a tight itinerary. Eventually, you discover that you did not relax by the end of such a vacation.

Plan a relaxing and meaningful vacation if you do not want to end up even more exhausted during your break. A good option is going on a retreat rather than visiting touristy sites.

#3: Practice mindfulness

mindfulness practice image

Mindfulness has been proven to be a stress and anxiety reliever. When stressed, your mind keeps wandering off to the past and future. You keep having a lot of regrets and what-ifs, which end up stressing you even more.

Practicing mindfulness allows you to focus on the present. This is a sure way of redirecting your attention to what matters. Mindfulness also helps you manage your emotions better.

 Take a break daily and sit silent or take nature walks. While at it, let go and focus on the present.

#4: Yoga

With yoga, you enjoy both physical and mental benefits. Remember that emotional exhaustion comes with physical fatigue too. Yoga stretches and poses can help you fight this. Also, such physical exercises boost serotonin and endorphin levels in the body. These hormones are great for boosting your emotional state.

Besides, yoga focuses on deep breathing. This means that you take in more air which helps calm your nerves and reduce anxiety and stress. Furthermore, yoga comes with deep meditation and spiritual connection. This can help you reconnect with your Higher self and feel divine support in your life.

#5: Get Enough Sleep

One of the signs of emotional exhaustion is the inability to get enough sleep. It, therefore, may seem ironic that one of the cures to this is getting enough sleep. How will you get enough sleep if you can barely fall asleep? Start by limiting things that affect your sleep quality.

Here are tips to help you fall asleep faster:

  • Keep off your mobile phone at least 2 hours before bedtime; the blue light makes you more active and, therefore, less sleepy
  • Lower your bedroom’s temperature
  • Take a warm shower shortly before bedtime
  • Listen to relaxing music
  • Exercise during the day
  • Use aromatherapy. Lavender and peppermint have shown positive effects on sleep quality

Aim at sleeping for 8-9 hours. However, it is not just about the quantity but also the quality of sleep. Deep sleep helps your body rest and rejuvenate, a critical aspect of fighting emotional exhaustion.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Advertisement

Health

High vibrational crystals image High vibrational crystals image
Healing4 days ago

10 High Vibrational Crystals For Raising Your Energy to a Whole New Level

Each crystal carries its unique energy and vibration. However, there are some crystals that vibrate at higher frequencies than others....

brain detox dopamine fasting image brain detox dopamine fasting image
Health1 week ago

Dopamine Fasting: Powerful Detox For Your Brain

Dopamine fasting has recently been gaining a lot of traction. Many people who have done it say it is an...

Radical self-care image Radical self-care image
Healing3 weeks ago

Radical Self-Care: The Essential Step On Your Self-Healing Journey

Radical self-care is about focusing on yourself before worrying about other people. We are often told, “you cannot pour from...

Emotional Exhaustion Image Emotional Exhaustion Image
Awareness4 weeks ago

Emotional Exhaustion: The Tell-Tale Signs & How to Deal With It

Are you in a state where you have no more energy to do the things you love? For instance, you...

Kundalini awakening symptoms image Kundalini awakening symptoms image
Awareness1 month ago

Kundalini Awakening Symptoms Everyone Should Know

From Sanskrit, the word “Kundalini” can be translated as “twisted” (like a snake or a steel spring), and traditionally the...

fluoride deception image fluoride deception image
Health2 months ago

Exposing the Fluoride Deception: Facts, Issues, and Tips

We all know most commercial tubes of toothpaste contain fluoride, right? Did you also know that since 1962 PHS (Public...

pineal gland image pineal gland image
Awareness2 months ago

Pineal Gland: Unblocking the Gateway to Expanded Consciousness

Yogis believe that the space between the eyebrows is very important. And that explains why this space is marked with...

Fawn Trauma Response Image Fawn Trauma Response Image
Healing2 months ago

Fawn Trauma Response: Unlearn the People-Pleasing Behavior 

Fawning is about being big on pleasing people and engaging in pacifying behaviors. In fawn trauma response, the victim prioritizes...

father wound image father wound image
Healing2 months ago

7 Symptoms of a Father Wound and How You Can Heal It

Was your father present in your life growing up? How would you describe your relationship with him? Was it the...

Diet in Meditation and Yoga Asana Image Diet in Meditation and Yoga Asana Image
Health2 months ago

Importance of Diet in Meditation and Yoga Asana

Most of us are well versed in the idea of yoga and meditation as effective interventions for maintaining good health....

Advertisement

Awareness

Abundance Haircuts In October 2022 Image Abundance Haircuts In October 2022 Image
Abundant Living8 hours ago

Abundance Haircuts In October 2022: Good And Bad Days To Cut Your Hair

Abundance Haircuts is a sutra based on the Tibetan calendar. It reveals the negative consequences of cutting your hair on the bad days and the incredible...

what is spiritual maturity image what is spiritual maturity image
Spirituality5 days ago

14 Signs of Spiritual Maturity that Indicate Your Spiritual Growth

Spiritual maturity is not a religious concept. It has humanitarian objectives through balanced behaviors of spiritual understanding. Spiritual maturity is a gradual...

October 2021 New Moon Image October 2021 New Moon Image
Astrology6 days ago

The September New Moon: Here’s How It Will Affect Us

The moon is waning to a new moon on September 25th at 5:55 p.m. EDT. This is when the Moon is lost...

gaslighting yourself image gaslighting yourself image
Awareness1 week ago

Are You Gaslighting Yourself? 6 Signs You Could Be Unknowingly Doing It

All people ever talk about is being gaslighted by other parties. But do you know you could also unknowingly be...

Spiritual empath image Spiritual empath image
Awareness2 weeks ago

Spiritual Empath: 10 Signs You Could Be One

Picture this: Your daughter spends a lot of time away from her peers, preferring to play with her imaginary friend...

spirit animal image spirit animal image
Spirituality2 weeks ago

How to Find Your Spirit Animal & Understand Your True Nature

Are you looking for your spirit animal? Sometimes, you will deeply connect with a specific animal in the animal kingdom....

Mercury retrograde in Virgo Image Mercury retrograde in Virgo Image
Astrology3 weeks ago

Mercury Retrograde In Virgo: How Will It Affect Us?

Starting on September 9th and lasting until October 1st, Mercury’s backward dance in Virgo will introduce an element of uncertainty...

The September Full Moon Image The September Full Moon Image
Astrology3 weeks ago

The September Full Moon: Dealing With a Two-Faced Reality

The full moon rises on Saturday, September 10th. According to Jyotish (Vedic astrology), it occurs in the sign of Aquarius. In...

Ego defense mechanisms image Ego defense mechanisms image
Personal Development3 weeks ago

The Common Ego Defense Mechanisms and Their Impact on Self-Growth

We all go through and react differently to conflict and stress at some point in our lives. But, are you...

Feng Shui Astrology for August Image Feng Shui Astrology for August Image
Astrology4 weeks ago

Feng Shui Astrology For September 2022: What to Expect This Month?

Feng Shui astrology is based on the Chinese calendar. The dates of the beginning and the end of the months are...

Advertisement

Daily Inspiration