Guided Meditation to Help Heal Inner Child Shame and Guilt-Integrate with Inner Child



This meditation has been created for wounded adult children who have felt abused, abandoned, rejected, shamed and made to feel guilty because they were not treated lovingly.

This meditation has been created with theta brainwaves to help you access the subconscious mind where all faulty childhood programming resides. It will help you to more deeply connect with your divine inner child.

Warning–some may be triggered by this meditation. You will be asked to release the toxic shame, guilt, and fear that has been downloaded into your subconscious mind and body.

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22 thoughts on “Guided Meditation to Help Heal Inner Child Shame and Guilt-Integrate with Inner Child

  1. I shall hear your voice and words in my head for the rest of my life Lisa. I cannot thank you enough for profound changes I am experiencing, being just one of countless people who tremendously benefited from your Love and Light you're spreading on this Earth. May our Lisa live at least 100 years, in her priceless, invaluable contribution to Universal Civilisation. Much love with my humble gratitude.

  2. Precious Lisa, endless thanks for your beautiful voice guiding me through healing. I feel is God the Divine talking to me through you. You are an angel on earth. Thank you so much for helping me. Thank you so much for helping humanity. Love you. Lots of hugs for you. ❤💐

  3. It's all back in our subconsciousness. We need to tap into it and mold it into how we want, trying to fill a void from an emotionally absent father (like my father). Hence meditation to get there.

  4. Really awesome. It touches me so deep, I could not foresee this. But, what is the frequency? Once or more times a day? Before sleeping, or when waking up? And to what extend? Will there be a time I don't have to do this anymore?

  5. I am having trouble with the expression, "I am enough". In my mind I'm yelling it. There's a demanding in it. I am thinking that it's my ego – maybe my false self – asserting itself, or trying to assert itself – trying to be "enough". So, because of all that saying "I am enough" feels/sounds wrong to say. In other words, I'm trying to "be enough", but it's not "working". Am I understood?

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