Inner Child

Næring til krop og sind

Helene Krenchel underviser og coacher i sund livsstil

At være venlig mod sig selv er hovedtemaet med mine studerende i disse uger. Unge studerende med ikke så let baggrund, og som ikke rigtig har lært kunsten at tage sig af sig selv. Hvordan gør vi det?

Det er lige så variabelt som vi mennesker er forskellige, men en ting er sikker – uden sans for krop … bliver det tåget. At kende dine egne grænser fra kropsbevidsthed; føle, høre, se og lytte er en brugbare vejvisere i processen til at være venlig mod dig selv. At vide: Hvad foretrækker jeg? Hvad føles godt for mig? Hvor og med hvem blomstrer jeg, vokser og spreder mine vinger?

Spørgsmål, som jeg opfordrer mine studerende til at stille sig selv hver dag, når vi går på lange ture i skoven. I stilhed, fordi i stilhed har vi en chance for at høre svarene.

Over tid vokser kropsbevidstheden og fornemmelsen af, hvornår nok-er-nok. Hvornår de skal sige nej og ja til forslag, hvornår de skal rykke videre, og hvornår de skal tage en pause før, de svarer. En vidunderlig (for alle) proces, der over tid får en en dyb betydning for kvaliteten af det liv, du lever.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Wild nature

Every Monday and Tuesday morning I take a 60 minutes walk with my students. In nature. Young people age 18-30, soft and sensitive  sometimes feeling blue and low. We climb, hang out and do trunk-medicine. After 10 minutes: Mood gone, high vibration!
The Japanese have a word for this: “Shinrin-yoku” meaning “forest bathing” – a mindfull bath in the forest´s healing oils.
Did you know that trees give off organic compounds that support our “NK” (natural killer) cells that are part of our immune system’s way of fighting illness? Scientific studies demonstrate these healing effects:
* Increased energy level
* Boosted immune system functioning with an increase in the body’s Natural Killer (NK) cells
* Reduced blood pressure
* Reduced stress
* Improved mood
* Increased ability to focus, even in children with ADHD
* Accelerated recovery from surgery or illness
* Improved sleep

Go enjoy your forest walk and let me know how it works.
Mindfull greeting!

 


 

Happy Child

Nourishing the Inner Child floating on Ragusa surrounded by pastel dollhouses – is one way to make the daily practice of reconciling.

In Buddhism reconciling the Wounded Inner Child is when we become aware that we´ve forgotten the child in ourselves and feel great compassion for it.

The seeds of awakened understanding and happiness is handed down to us from our ancestors. We just have to use them. With our mindful breath and mindful steps, we can produce the energy of mindfulness and return to the awakened wisdom lying in each cell of our body. That energy will embrace us and heal us, and will heal the wounded child in us.

So much healing in parenting your inner child. Treat it with kindness and respect. Remembering that healing happens in different ways and time-frames. What works one month might change categorically the next. According to the child’s needs being met.

How do you heal your inner child? In nature? Visiting old favourite places? Play? Laugh?…

If you feel curious about the Mindfull way to Inner Child healing contact through mail and book a Skype session: mail@helenekrenchel.dk

 

 


 
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