Today, I’d like to share with you a powerful inner child healing exercise that you can do in the comfort of your own home. Taking the time to connect with your inner child can be a profoundly transformative experience, allowing you to nurture and heal parts of yourself that may need attention.

Exercise: “Reconnecting with Your Inner Child”

Materials Needed:

  • A quiet, comfortable space
  • Pen and paper or a journal
  • Open heart and mind


Create a Safe Space: Find a quiet and comfortable space where you won’t be disturbed. Consider lighting a candle or playing soothing music to set a calming atmosphere.

Deep Breathing: Begin by taking a few deep, cleansing breaths. Inhale slowly through your nose, hold for a moment, and then exhale gently through your mouth. Allow any tension to melt away with each breath.

Visualize Your Younger Self: Close your eyes and imagine yourself as a child. Picture how you looked, what you were wearing, and where you were. Try to bring back as many details as possible.

Engage in Conversation: In your mind, approach your younger self with love and kindness. Imagine having a conversation with them. You can ask questions like:

  • How are you feeling?
  • What do you need right now?
  • Is there anything you’d like to share or express?

Listen and Comfort: Pay close attention to what your inner child has to say. Allow them to express themselves freely, without judgment. If they share any pain or discomfort, offer them comfort and reassurance.

Write a Letter: After your conversation, open your eyes and grab your pen and paper. Write a letter to your inner child, expressing your love, support, and understanding. Let them know that you are here for them and that their feelings are valid.

Affirmations: Close the exercise by saying positive affirmations to yourself, such as:

  • “I love and accept my inner child.”
  • “I am here to nurture and protect them.”
  • “I am capable of healing and growth.”
  • Gratitude: Take a moment to express gratitude for the opportunity to connect with your inner child and work towards healing.

Optional: If you feel comfortable, you can revisit this exercise whenever you need to reconnect with your inner child.

Remember, this process may bring up emotions, and that’s completely normal. Be kind to yourself and allow whatever comes up to be acknowledged and validated.

I hope you find this exercise to be a valuable step on your healing journey. If you have any questions or would like further guidance, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Sending you love and support on your path to healing,