‘Inner Child FAQ’ within the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ is a traditional Frequently Asked Questions that is not meant to be exhaustive. Though the most common questions have been answered, inner child recovery and healing is a complex process that has many different facets for different people, thus a FAQ can never really cover all the questions.
‘Inner Child Essays’ within the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ are essays that provide unusual or uncanny insights and perspectives on the inner child, and how the recovered and healed inner child is different from the wounded or mute inner child, and how to use its creative energy constructively and for the purpose of our spiritual development. These are the 6 Essays in this volume:
1) Feel Good for No Reason
2) Inner Child Recovered
3) Inner and Outer Child
4) Child Play
5) The Invisible Artist
6) Violence Begins Inside
The ‘Inner Child Art Guide’ within the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ is a systematic roadmap to create art without any artistic technique, solely by trusting the awakened and healed inner child to express his or her intrinsic talent.
The audio version of the essay comes with an additional bonus for the preparation of your first child-art session: a complete 13 min. long relaxation session, with which you proceed from light to deep trance in 4 subsequent phases, composed by Peter Fritz Walter.
Please be aware that Inner Child Art can only work with a recovered and healed inner child, hence you need to work through the following guides first:
—Inner Child FAQ
—Inner Child Essays
—Inner Child Healing
‘From Imitating to Originating’ within the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ is a systematic roadmap to entering the exciting life of a creator, and leaving imitating others behind forever.
The essay explains that it all starts with a change of attitude,
because ‘attitude counts.’ How to nurture a creative mind is the opening
question that is answered through four distinct methods or work duties
for the aspirant creator, which are explained in all detail:
1) Write Your Story
2) Practice Meditation
3) Note Your Dreams
4) Experience Solitude
Each of these steps toward creatorhood is a challenge, especially the adventure of solitude as an essential step for affirming the autonomy of one’s selfhood.
‘By Yourself About Yourself’ within the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ is a selfhelp essay that is strongly affirmative about the fact that we all carry our inner guru, and that therefore all outward gurus we encounter in life are catalyzers of this inner guide, which is actually our higher self.
The essay emphasizes that living your Dharma, your ‘enchanted life,’ means for you to gain self-ownership, to lead a First-Hand Life, and to replace imitating others by creating and originating your own soulful content.
For doing that, your inner focus must change from a focus on static goals to a focus on the Way, the movement of life, the development process, the fact to grow—which is a dynamic and never-ending process.
‘Becoming an Individual’ as part of the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ is an introduction to the work with the Inner Dialogue, also called Voice Dialogue, that leads, when done correctly, to the recovery and healing of the Inner Child.
Four other guides in this series are more substantially, and more in detail, dealing with the process of Inner Child Recovery and Healing:
—Inner Child FAQ
—Inner Child Essays
—Inner Child Healing
—Inner Child Art Guide
‘Author Your Life’ as part of the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ presents a self-coaching technique that uses a combination of story writing, affirmative declarations and voice dialogue for healing the scars of trauma and abuse, raising emotional self-awareness, building vision and boosting creativity and spontaneity through inner child recovery, healing and art work.
Authoring Your Life does not make you to become a fiction author. No writing skill is needed, and writing style is not to be epic but flow-style, practicing a deliberate let-go attitude. Our consciousness is self-healing, self-cleaning and self-renewing; when authoring your life, you effect a total transformation of the personality into something more coherent and more in alignment with your soul values. The result of such an integrative work will produce positive results on all planes, the professional, the financial, the intimate and the spiritual planes all at once.
‘Accept Your Ego, Build Your Self’ within the Series ‘The Journey to Self’ is an extensive personal guide manual helping to become aware of your unique soul values. The guide not only explains what soul power is, how it can be developed and strengthened, but also what stands in the way to developing it.
Building soul power requires to discover one’s self, to build a genuine identity. The guide shows that building a genuine soul identity is done through discovering our innocence, realizing our primary power, developing our soul reality, accepting our marginality instead of striving for conformity, recovering and healing our inner child, discovering and integrating our shadow, and our projections, and learning to see that a holographic image of the whole of mythology and human evolution is contained in our soul.
‘The Aquarius Age: New Values for a New Era’ is an essay about how the New Age or Aquarius Age we are about to enter as humanity from about 2020 is going to change our basic values, at least those accepted by the countries pertaining to the Western Hemisphere. The values discussed are the following:
1) The Value of Systemic Thinking
2) The Value of Individuality
3) The Value of Social Diversity
4) The Value of Permissiveness
5) The Value of Boundless Self-Expression
6) The Value of Global Cooperation
7) The Value of Self-Regulation
8) The Value of Political Transparence
9) The Value of Vision
‘Processed Reality’ as part of the series ‘Perception and Reality’ is a systematic elaboration of all possible distortions of the direct perception of reality, and the various factors or pitfalls that bring about this distortion. Among them are factors that are related to the nature of the memory matrix, but also outside factors such as spiritual, ideological and emotional pitfalls.
The perhaps most important part of the study is the chapter on ‘The Myths of Worldwide Democracy’ that one by one the current myths of postmodern international consumer culture.
These myths form the underlying basis of the masses’ credo in a new form of pseudo-spiritual salvation that is cunningly weaved around a prosperity vocabulary, quick wealth formulas, the promise of the beneficial actions of multinational corporations and worldwide communication, and last not least the pretended liberalism and protective thinking in the education of children.
The essay reveals by and by what is behind the beautiful façade: the hard reality of lies, systematic manipulation and political cover-up, stringent emotional and sexual misery of our youth, an almost total ecological, systemic and spiritual myopia and an immense amount of structural violence that begins to suffocate us with the ever-increasing prison miles and mental hospitals built for those who disagree with the general mindwash—and whitewash—of global political, social and economic realities.