First Contact with The Child Within

Contacting The Child within us: We were all once children, and still have that child dwelling within us. But most of us are unaware of this.

 

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Title: We need a child within us who loves us fully.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We really need a child within us who loves us fully. We need a child within who understand us fully. We need a child within who can adequa...
We really need a child within us who loves us fully. We need a child within who understand us fully. We need a child within who can adequately translate the needs behind our cries…and our coughs…and our silences.We need our child within who is now open to learn all they can learn from us, and we need to learn all this from our relationship with our re-birthed child within.We need parents who recognise that once they’ve brought me into the world they must devote their lives to me, body and soul. We need parents who realise that all their purposes in existing must be performed in light of how it can help us grow, help us mature, and help us thrive.

We need parents who have spent years in preparation for our creation – years before the sperm and the egg that created me ever met. We need parents who devoted their lives to the betterment of themselves in mind, body, and spirit. We need parents who entered the deepest and darkest depths of themselves and resolved the most painful traumas of their own past. We need parents who no longer live awash in the wounds foisted on them by their own parents. We need parents who have become fully enlightened and no longer store hidden parts of their ravaged selves in their unconscious.

We need parents who no longer wish for their own parents to rescue them, and secretly expect me, their future offspring, to pick up the torch where their own parents left off. We need parents who can instead devote the whole summation of their beings toward the betterment of us.

We need parents who have had me so that they can give, and not take, from me. We need parents who had children out of no other motive than their desire to give back to the earth. We need the kind of parents who realise fully just how inherently selfish having children is. We need the kind of parents who would normally never have children…

We need parents who don’t lie to us – or to themselves. We need parents who can be straight with us. We need parents who can be straight with each other, and have no hidden agendas for us. We need parents who don’t use us as a pawn in their relationship games with others, and most especially each other.

We need parents who can let us be who We are – and not brag about me. We need parents who do not see me as an extension of themselves, and thus do not say “thank you” when someone compliments our beauty. We need parents who instead say, “yes, you’re right,” and don’t secretly feel self-gratified by my wondrous self.

We need parents who do not live in fear of their own deaths. We need parents who live in the moment, because they have integrated the truths of their past.

We need parents who are youthful in spirit and healthy in body, and who will not abandon us to death before We are ready to stand on our own as an autonomous adult.

We need parents who raise us in a safe and comfortable and enriching environment – not in the midst of a civil war or a starvation-torn land or a silent room with a television.

We need parents who, if we are a boy or a girl, wouldn’t dare circumcise our genital organs. We need parents who devote themselves to our health. We need parents who don’t drink alcohol or take drugs or take unnecessary medications. We need parents who are sober at all levels of their being. We need parents who would never physically hurt us, for any reason.

We need parents who love children, and can easily relate to them – and don’t instead force us to relate to them. We need parents who let us grow at our own pace, and let us be a kid when We need to be a kid. We need parents who don’t expect adult responsibility of us before we become an adult.

We need parents who marvel at the preciousness of our existence and realise that we are the epitome of our unbounded spirit. We need parents who laugh because they feel the joy in our life. We need parents who know how to have honest fun, and want to include us in it.

We need parents who have resolved their addictions. We need parents who are not avoiding the true light of day by being addicted to me. We need parents who do not project their blocked past onto us, but instead see me for exactly for who We are. We need parents who do not expect me to love them. We need parents who know the difference between love and need. We need parents who are experts on self-nurturance, and by extension know how to nurture us.

We need parents who are emotional adults through and through – and we need two of these parents. And I need these two parents to also love each other. We need these two parents to be fully in accord with their holy role as the warden of our growth. We need two parents who are both willing to go to all lengths to give their best for us. We need two parents who are both willing to die for us.

We need parents who can progressively let us go as we progressively mature. We need parents who can follow our lead and listen to our revisions of the plan. We need parents who do not go into withdrawal when We don’t love them.

We need parents who let me get angry when they make errors or do inappropriate things with us – and We need parents who change their behaviour so they stop making these errors. We need parents who do not punish us for our honest and healthy reactions, and love us anyway.

We need parents who understand the meaning of healthy human sexuality. We need parents who will in no way use us to meet their own unresolved sexual or love needs. We need parents who will shield us from as much of the hellish impurity of the world as they are humanly able to do. We need parents who are willing to sacrifice all their own personal comforts to create a nourishing environment for us.

We need parents who take no credit when the work is done.

We needed parents who would have been our role models.

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