When the inner child identity experience rejection, anger may appear.
When the inner child identity experience abandonment, desper may arise.
When the inner child identity feels unwanted, the exitential fear of separation can take over.
This identity, this densified form of consciousness starts to fight for its survival.
It resists, it struggles, it twists and turns, it does everything to sustain its existence.
Where was the inner child identity, nine months before birth?
Where will the inner child identity be, one minute after death?
During the period of that what we call ‘our life’ an endless stream of identities come and go.
None of those identities define who we truly are.
In the light of wisdom, the inner child identity arises and subsides based on an incomprehensible set of conditions.
In the light of wisdom, it’s unpredictable when the conditions are met to let it rise and subsides.
In the light of wisdom, the little child identity is nothing more than a proces in the bio-organism that is called the the human body, depending on the concept of time.
By identifying ourselves with this inner child identity,
we try to freeze this ongoing stream of the process of life.
It’s like trying to stop the current of the river.
To see the relativity of the inner child identity, the concept of rejection falls away.
To see the relativity of the inner child identity, the concept of abandonment falls away.
To see the relativity of the inner child identity, the concept of unwantness falls away.
The only thing that is left is facing the illusion of separation.
And let the fire of wisdom burn out the karmic seeds of anger, desper and fear.
Until the nature of the mind emerges, in joy, happiness and serenity.
Until that moment,
In the relative reality of time,
In the intimate relationship with who you truly are,
Turn the attention inside,
Facing the fear of separation,
With infinite loving kindness.
Wishing to be liberated,
From the suffering of ignorance.
May you be well and happy.