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Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Reclaim the Child



We seem to have this misguided notion in our heads that we all change as we grow up as part of the process. Who dreamed this explanation up? Who we were as a child should be the same as we are as adults basically. Of course life experience changes us slightly, but our essence, our core, our child should never change. We have been forced to change because of the world we are existing in today. It is time for us to dig deep and reconnect with that child within us all. To find that being who held no judgment, who always asked questions of life, who was always curious and innocent and loving. The changes we have undergone have been slow and subtle, so gradual they were unnoticeable.

This is where the evil side of the dark ones entered into our lives with their agendas. Now we stand here today mere fragments of what we were when we burst forth through the birth canal and entered humanity. We must lovingly take the time to reclaim who we are and nourish that person back to wholeness and health. The fact we have stopped questioning or being curious and looking for answers is the main reason we are where we are today in a life or death struggle between light and dark.
We have forgotten how to be children, we have allowed ego to take control in our lives and we have slowly pushed the child’s innocence in all of us aside. We have succumbed to the perils of judgment, jealousy, and greed leaving behind our child’s ability to be pure and loving and accepting. We have bought into the lie that this is just what happens to us as we progress our way through life. Is it? How do you know? I say it isn’t the natural progression of things but rather they are by products of what has been done to us. These traits we have learned were born out of a sick and darkly orchestrated world. The child in each of us was destroyed and we didn’t even know it was happening. Evil is so subtle at times, it has to be in order to gain access to the host it has chosen to carry its eggs.
If we had lived in a loving, peaceful, harmonious world I believe we would have retained our childlike ways, just grown up in size to adulthood. It is imperative we see and understand the truth and importance of childhood. It shows us who we should really be today had we not been taken hostage and brainwashed into the shell of who we are today. The secret of change or shifting, lies in our abilities to reclaim the child within. It is in there somewhere buried beneath the programming, we just have to find it and reconnect with the traits of that child again. To be loving and curious and non judgmental and accepting. This is who we all are in our hearts and souls when you strip everything else away.