I am reposting what I have put into the FB page for Rick, but I’m adding something at the end that everyone can utilize & hope it helps them.
Rick Wilkes, i have your email, just didn’t have the time to do it last night. i can attempt it tonight. well you know how it goes, as we get older and have to act like adults, doing grown up things, you start to miss some of those childhood memories that gave you comfort. so I say a host of things. I say goodnight to my angels and guides, mom & dad, the two children that were lost during pregnancy and all of my beloved pets that crossed the rainbow bridge every night. i tell them i miss them and wish they were with me again.
Someone had walked me thru a visual that I feel would do anyone good. I know Rick can relate to this because he has a newly born child. So just imagine the feeling of that little innocent baby in your arms, leaning it’s head up against your shoulder. Actually feel them, their warmth, they slight & delicate hair on their heads. Feel their weight on you. But now imagine that baby is YOU. You are the child you are holding, coddling and supporting, nurturing in your arms. That is your inner child. You can tell them anything you want to, kiss them, play with them. You can do this anytime you have a moment to close your eyes and go silent. This is the simplest way I know of to connect to them and reassure them of your love. Give them now what you couldn’t years ago.