Liz the Magelion discusses inner child work and the war on your imagination, weaving the two ideas together to form a greater picture of our options for the future. She touches on how she works with her inner child, candidly discusses her shadows, talks about her Little Warrior (a child part of her who was severely traumatized through SRA), discusses the importance of being in the present moment, and calls on listeners to embrace their own inner children, so we can come together in our collective imaginative spaces and create what we want to see. […]
My intuition speaks to me in many ways, but one of the ways I receive messages is by hearing random songs in my head. Often, when I haven’t heard a song in a while and it pops into my mind’s ear, I know there’s a message in the lyrics for me.
When I began discovering repressed trauma from my childhood, one of the songs I resonated with most was Hurt by Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. I was in the early stages of uncovering sexual abuse memories and I found myself listening to Hurt often, because Mr. Reznor’s lyrics whispered right into my heart, and pulled emotions out of me that had been deeply buried in my shattered mind, cells and body. […]