Everyone Is a Kid at Christmas Time
Get Excited About Life!
|Release your inner-child and get excited !|
|Everyone is a kid at Christmas Time !|
"A child who does not play is not a child, but the man [or woman] who does not play has lost forever the child who lived in him."
- Pablo Neruda
Whether you are aware of it or not, a child exists within you who longs to come out and play- go sledding, eat raw cookie dough, look for Christmas presents that are hidden, make snow angels, sing Christmas carols as loudly as possible, eat candy and not care, and so much more! If you don't let him or her out and allow her to indulge in all these wonderful things you risk losing her forever. Don't let this happen! Don't risk losing your ability to feel giddy, be silly, and get excited about the little things. As the holiday approaches release your inner-child and let him or her frolic in the world. Allow yourself to see everything from the naivety of a child's eyes. Things that we, as adults, take for granted- the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center, an over-sized candy cane, Christmas music, holiday lights- become magical and amazing. We are able see the world from a different and not jaded perspective. This perspective enables us to enjoy simple pleasures. Throwing away the rule book, letting go of responsibilities, forgetting stressful situations, allows us to get excited and have fun when we are ordinarily preoccupied by "grown up" things. Don't be afraid to release your inner-child and get excited.
|Take a trip to Neverland ! Peter Pan, (1953)|
"In my soul, I am still that small child who did not about anything else but the beautiful colors of a rainbow."
- Papipha Ghosh
Once you have found your inner-child feed her with the attention and love that she needs. She will grow strong if you allow her to and all of sudden you will feel the urge to set her free. Do it! Release your inner-child, allowing yourself see the world differently, enabling you to get excited about life! I tap into my inner-child for at least a moment every day. She becomes very restless because she is bursting with energy. I release her at a time when her presence is welcome or at least appropriate. She likes to bead, she loves stickers, she enjoys hugs from her mother, she is obsessed with Hello Kitty anything, she gets excited every time Milly snuggles with her. She is strong because I nurture her and I allow her to come out and play every once in a while.
|The ultimate combination for my inner-child !|
Release your inner-child and enjoy all the pleasures of the season,
When releasing your inner-child be sure that he or she knows how to play nice!