When subconscious conflicts and patterns clear our inner child heals. We then can bypass our left brain and trust our intuitive feelings when making decisions.
We may have dozens of subpersonalities. Main core includes the inner nurturer, inner child, inner sage and inner warrior. Subpersonalities represent many aspects of our personality. All the different types of people inside us. These aspects influence how we feel and see our world. The sub-personalities are the emotional components. Acquiring balance between them is
The subpersonality of the Sage, Warrior and Nurturer represent the three stages of linear change: Transfiguration, transformation and transmutation. The average person goes through these stages again and again … But some portions of the insights are not gained during each stage. Thus, there are unevolved parts of us that fall behind; stay immature. Almine,
Sub-personalities: Inner Warrior/Warrioress As one of our Sub-personalities the Healthy Inner Warrior/Warrioress protects our boundaries and prevents anything that would dis-empower us. The Warrior or Warrioress wields our left brain to control life or have power over something. Examples: Dominatrix; Hero; Protector; Quester. Sub-personalities: Dysfunctional Warrior • The Dysfunctional Warrior indulges in thinking limiting or
The duty of the inner sage is to use discernment to keep the other sub-personalities aligned. Almine, Mystic and Visionary Sub-personalities Inner Sage The Healthy Sub-personalities Inner Sage or Wise Woman exerts command of inner knowing to discern what truth is. Examples of the Sage or Wise Woman include the Hermit or Crone, Magician or
Sub-personalities: Healthy and Whole When our sub-personalities have expression and healed we have a stable inner family including the inner child, nurturer, sage and warrior. This healthy connection we feel safe within ourselves. On the other hand, unhealthy sub-personalities engage in codependent behaviors in relationships using their power to manipulate. When healed they respond rather
The sub-personalities are the emotional components and acquiring balance between them is crucial to stop co-dependent patterns with others. Almine, Mystic and Visionary Sub-personalities: Dysfunctional Nurturer The dysfunctional Nurturer controls our lives through feelings by using our unconscious right brain. It focuses only on feeling good i.e., a physical life of sensuality. Another aspect of
Man is the densest of all beings; the microcosm of the macrocosm As such he is the pivot point of cosmic chance. Balancing the inner subpersonalities, he sets in motion a ripple effect that closes down the illusion of time and space. ~Almine, Mystic & Visionary What are Subpersonalities? Subpersonalities originally formed to protect us.
As a child when some of our needs were never met, we create subpersonalities – someone different than our real self. We may have become the clown, invisible lost child, hero or the caretaker in our family to adapt and survive. These false selves, masks, or subpersonalities carry over into our adult lives. As a
Subpersonality A subpersonality consists of a part of ourselves, a sub self. Each differs from all the others. We could think of them as a number of separate small “I’s.” Each of our subpersonalities has a unique separate identity which we become aware of. What subpersonalities live within you? Our critical inner self differs from