Best Inner Child Self-Help Books
Here you will get Best Inner Child Self-Help Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. The Cafe on the Edge of the World: A Story About the Meaning of Life
Author: by John Strelecky
Aspen Light Publishing
The six time bestseller of the year that has transformed the lives of millions around the world. Over 4 million copies sold. In a small cafe at a location so remote it stands in the middle of the middle of nowhere, John-a man in a hurry-is at a crossroads.
Intent only on refueling before moving along on his road trip, he finds sustenance of an entirely different kind. In addition to the specials of the day, the cafe menu lists three questions all diners are encouraged to consider: Why are you here?Do you fear death?Are you fulfilled?
With this food for thought and the guidance of three people he meets at the cafe, John embarks on a journey of self-discovery. Along the way he discovers a new way to look at life, himself, and just how much you can learn from a green sea turtle.
“The Alchemist for the 21st century” – RBA Libros “He (Strelecky) has put his finger on the pulse of the world.” – Gannett Media “A cosmic guidebook for living.” – Orlando Sentinel
2. SHADOW WORK JOURNAL FOR BEGINNERS: Shadow Work Prompts Journal and Workbook for Beginners
Author: by Meadow Belle
It’s time to bring your Shadow Self into the light! Your shadow makes you to feel unworthy and causes you to react negatively to others. By looking into how you have created this shadow, you not only uncover hidden fears, but learn to heal past traumas.
6″x9″104 Pages82 Prompts10 Quotes4 Blank Letters To… 3 Pages for NotesPremium Matte Soft Cover Paperback in Multiple Cover Designs*Same Interior Available in 4 Different Cover Designs*Shadow Work Journal for Beginners-Purple Damask Look Pattern (Also Available in Hardcover)Shadow Work Notebook-Nebula Sky with ConstellationsShadow Work Prompts Journal-Melting Full MoonShadow Work Journal for Men-(Same Interior with Different Fonts)Distressed Black Linen Look with Skull & Roses
3. Affirmation Cards for Women: Beautifully Illustrated Inspirational Cards with Positive Affirmations to Help with Gratitude, Mindfulness, Daily Encouragement and Self Care
Author: by Casey Wiegand
Affirmation Cards for Women | by Casey Wiegand and Paper Peony Press This set of 62 affirmation cards features beautiful original artwork by Casey Wiegand and hand lettered quotes to motivate, encourage, and inspire. Casey Wiegand has combined her love of art with her inspiring words to create this gorgeous set of cards.
Each card is meant to be uplifting and a reminder of the beauty within ourselves that every person carries. This affirmation deck would make the perfect gift for a loved one or a thoughtful way to practice self-care. Display these as artwork in your home, tuck them as a note into a special gift, or carry them with you throughout the day for positivity and clarity.
Being intentional about speaking life and encouragement over ourselves and those that we love is a powerful tool. Each one of these cards are a way to build a routine around affirmation and belief.Enjoy! Affirmation Cards for Women set includes: 62 beautifully illustrated cards with uplifting quotes Packaged in an heirloom keepsake box Perfectly sized at 4 in.X 4 in.
4. Recovery of Your Inner Child: The Highly Acclaimed Method for Liberating Your Inner Self
Author: by Lucia Capacchione
The Inner Child lives within all of us, it’s the part of us that feels emotions and is playful, intuitive, and creative. Usually hidden under our grown-up personas, the Inner Child holds the key to intimacy in relationships, physical and emotional well-being, recovery from addictions, and the creativity and wisdom of our inner selves.
Recovery of Your Inner Child is the only book that shows you how to have a firsthand experience of your Inner Childactually feeling its emotions and recapturing its sense of wonderby writing and drawing with your non-dominant hand. Expanding on the highly acclaimed technique introduced in The Power of Your Other Hand, here Dr. Capacchione shares scores of hands-on activities that will help you to embrace your Vulnerable Child and your Angry Child, find the Nurturing Parent within, and finally discover the Creative and Magical Child that can heal your life.
5. Dinosaur Color By Numbers: Coloring Book for Kids Ages 4-8
Author: by Activity Wizo
Color By Numbers – Special Launch PriceJust click the cover to reveal what’s inside! While supplies last, get one today with the special launch price. Provides Hours of Fun & CreativityOriginal Artwork made specifically for kids ages 4 – 8. This kids activity book features: 88 pages – Surprise Gift on the Last PageLarge 8.
5 x 11 pagesPrinted on white paperSingle sided pages to avoid bleed through when coloring. Suitable for both boys and girls Perfect for crafty kidsGet yours today while supplies last at this special launch price. Scroll Up and Buy Now!
6. Affirmators! 50 Affirmation Cards Deck to Help You Help Yourself – Without the Self-Helpy-Ness!
Author: by Suzi Barrett
Even pessimists like a little positivity, so comedian Suzi Barrett created these inspirational-but-not-cheesy affirmation cards. Providing the fun of a horoscope with a little less woo-woo, and full of positive affirmations, this whimsical box will help you help yourself, no shamanistic consult required!
Cheer up gift for anyone seeking a little self-help (without the self-helpy-ness)3. 75 x 5 inches; 50 cards, plus instruction cardConceived and written by Suzi Barrett and published by Knock Knock Explore how fans are taking Affirmators! Out of the box, and into the universe with #affirmators!
7. Healing Your Lost Inner Child: How to Stop Impulsive Reactions, Set Healthy Boundaries and Embrace an Authentic Life
Author: by Robert Jackman
Most people don’t realize how much unresolved emotional pain they carry around. They don’t know why they always feel depressed, anxious, victimized, or disappointed. They wonder why they keep making the same self-sabotaging impulsive decisions. These patterns often stem from their lost inner child, which carries a false narrative that has been on repeat since childhood.
The hurt emotions resulting from childhood experiences of abuse, neglect, or trauma show up in adulthood as explosive anger, isolation, bad relationship choices, negative self-talk, feelings of being overwhelmed, being a people pleaser, and keeping others at arm’s length. In Healing Your Lost Inner Child, Psychotherapist and Reiki master Robert Jackman takes you on a personal journey to explore unresolved wounds from your early life using the HEAL process for healing and embracing an authentic life.
Through stories and exercises, this easy-to-read book will encourage you to learn how to stop giving in to your wounded inner child’s emotional pain frozen inside a snow globe within you. Each chapter gently takes you closer to this original wounding so you can acknowledge and finally heal your pain.
8. Integrating My Shadow: A Shadow Work Prompt Companion Journal for Inner Child Healing (Shadow Work & Inner Child)
Author: by Intuitive Press
Are you ready to document your healing and personal growth journey like a boss? Whether you are new on this path or experienced in working with your inner child, this journal will get you going DEEP into the buried darkness within your being so that you can give it a great big hug!
In this journal you will:Find 100 journal prompts to explore your shadow selfDocument wounds kept from childhoodDiscover memories you have hidden from yourselfStart to love your whole selfRegain the strength to set boundaries to protect yourself while allowing yourself to be happy in a way you never imagined!
Disclaimer: This is a journal to document your healing journey. It is intended to be complementary to any therapeutic techniques already being used. There are no claims made that this journal will heal, cure, treat, assess or reverse trauma. This journal is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.
Add to cart now to enhance your trauma healing journey, document your progress and have a record for self-reflectionMake sure to check out the companion workbook Embracing My Shadow for more in-depth exercises to connect to your inner child and embrace the darker aspects of your being.
9. I Don't Want To Grow Up: Life, Liberty, and Happiness. Without a Career.
Author: by Scott Stillman
America’s bestselling author of Wilderness, The Gateway to the Soul and Nature’s Silent Message guides us on a new kind of adventure. The terrain may be different, but the writing style is business as usual, with nature’s lessons cruising a mile a minute in this insightful read about what it means to never grow up.”What do you want to be when you grow up?”We’ve been asked this question over and over, practically since the day we could walk.
Many of us have absolutely no idea. We never have and we never will. What if you didn’t have to grow up? Society would like you to believe that to be successful, you need a six-figure income or million-dollar retirement account.
But true freedom doesn’t come from piling up a big heap of money. It comes from stripping away, peeling back, and exposing what’s hidden beneath. Want to live by the sea and surf everyday? Want to ride or hike or sail around the world?
Climb every mountain?Live in Alaska? Move to another country?Live in a van? There are people doing all these thingsright now. They aren’t on social media posting about their lives, they’re busy living them. Never before has there been such an opportunity to live the life of your dreams.
10. Inner Bonding: Becoming a Loving Adult to Your Inner Child
Author: by Margaret Paul
Inner bonding is the process of connecting our adult thoughts with our instinctual, gut feelingsthe feelings of the “inner child”so that we can minimize painful conflict within ourselves. Free of inner conflict, we feel peaceful, open to joy, and open to giving and receiving love.
Margaret Paul, coauthor of Healing Your Aloneness, explores how abandonment of the inner child leads to increasingly negative and destructive feelings of low self-worth, codepenclence, addiction, shame, powerlessness, and withdrawal from relationships. Her breakthrough inner bonding process teaches us to heal past wounds through reparenting and clearly demonstrates how we can learn to parent in the present.
Real-life examples illustrate the dynamics of the healing process and show the benefits we can expect in every facet of our lives and in all our relationships. Inner Bonding provides the tools we need to forge and maintain the inner unity that makes our family, sexual, work, and social relationships productive, honest, and joyful.
11. Unstoppable Self Confidence: How to create the indestructible, natural confidence of the 1% who achieve their goals, create success on demand and live life on their terms
Author: by Andrew Leedham
There’s nothing wrong with you, you’re not broken and you don’t need fixing. Here’s the bad news: 99% of people go through almost their whole lives never really feeling good about who they are, never really liking themselves and never thinking that they are enough.
And as a result, they live a life that is a tiny fraction of what it could be, the life they have settled for instead of the life they dreamed of. If you are not yet living the life of your dreams, the chances are that this is you too.
Here’s the good news: You already have everything you need to be confident and successful and to live the life you want on your terms. You only need to UNLEARN all the bad programming and wrong thinking that you’ve been given to unleash the incredible power within you.
This book will show you how. After finding himself at his absolute lowest point, Andrew Leedham went on a mission to discover the secrets to creating the unstoppable self-confidence of the 1%. What he discovered shocked him. That most teaching on confidence and success was not only wrong but also highly destructive.
12. Healing Your Lost Inner Child Companion Workbook: Inspired Exercises to Heal Your Codependent Relationships
Author: by Robert Jackman
As you discovered through reading Healing Your Lost Inner Child, until we do our work to examine, understand and heal our wounded inner child, this part will continue to show up in our lives. In Healing Your Lost Inner Child Companion Workbook, Psychotherapist and author Robert Jackman builds on the extensive material in the book with expanded exercises to help you better understand your inner child, yourself and your wisdom so that you feel authentic and complete.
This workbook features additional stories, examples and new concepts. You can read the Companion Workbook independently, but you will receive a deeper level of healing if you complete the exercises in the workbook as you read the book. Part One includes all the exercises from the book.
You may find that by doing the exercises a second time your inner child will reveal even more wisdom to you. Part Two contains all new material and expands on the HEAL process, helping you develop a deeper understanding of your relationships, codependency patterns and triggers and create a self-nurturing plan.
13. The Inner Child Journal: A 90 Guided Journal to Heal and Reparent Your Inner Child (Guided Journals for Mental Health)
Author: by Rachel Havekost
The Inner Child Journal is a 90-day guided journal designed to heal and re-parent your Inner Child. The prompts in this journal will connect you to your Inner Child, facilitate meaningful healing, and teach you to cultivate your wise Inner Parent so that you can find peace and wholeness in your daily life.
ABOUT INNER CHILD HEALINGThe Inner Child is an archetype of our adolescent self. It is a representation of the part of ourselves that either flourished and grew in a developmentally supportive environment or adapted to environments that were unsupportive or harmful.
To heal our Inner Child, we are asked to first reckon with the wounds we sustained in childhood. This can be a painful, lonely process. We are then charged with the responsibility of re-parenting those wounds, so that we can integrate fully as adults and have the wisdom, courage, and wherewithal to engage with our adult lives with compassion, awareness, and connection.
This process ideally occurs in therapy. Sadly, therapy is not accessible or affordable to everyone. This journal can be used as a supplement to your Inner Child work in therapy, or as a means to access this healing process if therapy is inaccessible to you.
14. Rejected, Shamed, and Blamed: Help and Hope for Adults in the Family Scapegoat Role
Author: by Rebecca C Mandeville MFT
Revised First Edition – June 2021 (Includes Updated Resources)Were you repeatedly bullied, shamed, blamed, or rejected by a parent, sibling, or other relative growing up or as an adult? Have you felt that your concerns about how certain family members were treating you were invalidated or dismissed, perhaps even by helping professionals or friends you counted on to understand?
In this comprehensive introductory guide, psychotherapist Rebecca C. Mandeville (who coined the term ‘family scapegoating abuse’ / FSA) clearly identifies scapegoating as a form of psycho-emotional abuse while providing a means of understanding why dysfunctional families ‘reject, shame, and blame’ one of their own.
Via psycho-education, self-assessment tools, and practical steps and strategies, the abusive and traumatizing aspects of family scapegoating are clearly established while ways to dis-identify and recover from the ‘family scapegoat’ narrative are explored. Resources are include within the chapters and in the ‘Afterword’ and ‘Resource’ sections.
15. The Get Real Method: Create The Life You Want And Do Work That Matters
Author: by Liya James
Wish you could create a life and career that’s authentically you? Want to make meaningful change toward living a purpose-driven life? Ready to finally start living in alignment with who you really are? This book will teach you a system for upleveling your life and work and unlock that deep sense of fulfillment and purpose inside you.
Business coach and designer turned entrepreneur Liya James is on a mission to empower you to own your future and make a difference with this jam-packed book. The Get Real Method: Create The Life You Want And Do Work That Matters asks 7 essential questions that guide you to find true clarity, craft a vision for your life, and break through all kinds of limiting beliefs.
This book is an unconventional guide that shows burned-out overachievers, high-performers who know there’s a better way, and anyone who wants more out of life how to create a more meaningful and fulfilling life. The Get Real Method: Create The Life You Want And Do Work That Matters is a breakthrough collection of personal workshops unlike any other that will show you how to do work that matters and finally live life with confidence and fulfillment.
16. Rolling With It: Lessons Learned While Sitting Down
Author: by Vikash Shivdasani
WARNING: THIS BOOK MIGHT HEAL YOU! So you feel like a FUCK UP? You thought you had it all figured out, only to have Life kick you in the ass again. You keep finding yourself in the valley of deep emotions and uncertainty.
And you’re looking to connect with someone who’s really been through it. Rolling With It is a depiction of Vik’s raw and humorous personal spiritual journey that started with an accident that left him a paraplegic at 22 years old. This catalytic event sparked a seeker’s journey to understand the relationship between our thoughts and emotions and the reality we are creating because of it.
This story isn’t like any spiritual book you’ve ever read because this one is about a guy who had to come to terms with a sitting perspective of life, an unwavering curiosity to understand reality, and the hard lessons he received because of it.
In addition, you will also gain a better understanding on how to identify and release the emotional blocks that are holding you back from living the life you truly want to live.