Our “inner child” is a part of ourselves that’s been present even before we were born. It is made up of memories from our developing years stored in our bodies and minds.
Our “inner child” can recall good experiences as well as childhood fears, traumas, neglect or significant loss. By connecting to it we can start to notice the patterns that influence the actions we take or don’t take as adults.  It colors the way we see the world influencing how safe we feel and how we see ourselves and others.
Your “inner child” is a part of your subconscious. It has been picking up messages from our surroundings way before it was able to determine their meaning. It holds emotions, memories and beliefs from the past as well as hopes and dreams for the future.
Just like a real child,  our “inner child” can either be calm and content or it can act out and have a temper tantrum. It can either help us move toward succeeding in our careers and relationships, feeling worthy of success and prosperity or keep us from allowing ourselves to be happy and fulfilled.
Our “inner child” is always communicating with us…
we just need to learn to listen.
If you’re feeling frustrated or stuck in some aspect of your life, it’s probable that your “inner child” is needing some attention. Stuck points can look like difficulties at work, finding or keeping love, deepening relationships or setting boundaries and it absolutely affects our relationship with our money.  
When the child within us is running the show, it’ll choose behaviors and thoughts based on unconscious beliefs or memories from the past, and based on what it needs to feel safe. This may cause you to experience fear, perfectionism, anxiety or avoid certain people, places or experiences. These are all ways that your “inner child” is attempting to make sure you are safe. 
Our “inner child” does not know us as an adult and may not know about how we’ve grown, the new strengths and knowledge we possess or how things in our lives have changed.
YoIf as a child you lived with instability, uncertainty or danger, your child self may be afraid of change and hold you back when it comes to trying new things.
To create a balanced life that allows you to accomplish your goals, it’ll be important for your adult self and child self to meet and get to know each other. This is the first step to creating a collaborative team- one in which your adult needs and “inner child’s” needs are both met.
In order to realize your dreams, it is important to get in touch with your “inner child”, beginning a dialogue, and developing a relationship with it. 
It’s important to begin to really listen and learn about your “inner child’s” needs, pains, hopes, and dreams so that you can make sure you are helping your inner child feel safe and cared for.
I am offering a 3 day workshop called Spiritual Doll Making
In it we will create a doll to fulfill the needs of our “inner child”. 
I will be there to guide you through the necessary inner work and act as technical support in making your doll. 
I chose dolls because children use dolls as a means of comfort. The dolls will be based on your needs and will be unique to you. You may choose to have your doll be small enough to carry with you in your purse or pocket or large enough so you can sit in its lap. It all depends on what your inner work reveals about what you need to do for yourself now.