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Peter Fritz Walter

Coaching Your Inner Child


Audiobook by Peter Fritz Walter
spoken by Peter Fritz Walter

Coaching Your Inner Child is a comprehensive audio essay for the whole of the procedure of Inner Child Recovery, Healing and Artwork, with a systematic roadmap. It is a selfhelp guide and provides many examples and sample dialogues.

The content of this audio essay has been structured so as to provide some meat for all tastes. Each of the main chapters is different in style and addresses issues that speak to a different inner self. Thus, the guide does not exclusively address working on your Inner Child. This is perhaps one of the major reasons why this guide is more than what you usually find in the selfhelp arena for dealing with your Inner Child. The truth is that we all have something like an Inner Team, that is composed of at least three inner selves.

Exclusiveness in fostering only the Inner Child is unwise and not recommended since the other main actors of our inner stage, your Inner Parent and your Inner Adult which compose your inner team, are always present and active; thus, they have to be involved if an effective outcome of voice dialogue is to be achieved.

To summarize, healing the Inner Child implies focus on integrating all our inner selves including one that is lesser known to the great public, which is called the ‘inner controller’. Only once a flexible and dynamic equilibrium within this inner team is achieved, the person can be said to play out her full potential of personal power, creativeness and inner strength.

That means this inner process is a truly religious quest; this, however, does not imply that it is for that reason a strictly serious affair. In the contrary, working with the Inner Child is highly amusing at times, and that punch of humor and wit is one of the most rewarding aspects of inner child work, for it is one of the most typical character traits of the recovered and healed Inner Child, which was called by Eric Berne the ‘Little Professor’ or the ‘Playful Inner Child’. To have acquired this sense of humor is perhaps the highest form of wisdom there is in life.

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