INNER CHILD MEDITATION (ICM) is based on the belief that what we experience as a child between 1 to 7 years old, has a profound impact on the way we live and love today. The way we are treated by our parents or other caretakers is what shapes our belief system. As we don’t have another reference of what seems normal and familiar at that time, we tend to carry this belief system in us also as grown-ups, for instance - we love the same way as we were loved.


Unravelling the question “What happened to you? “ is a good starting point of understanding the limiting beliefs and traumas which hinder people to move forward or what might be the reason people stumble regularly over the same problems in relationships and finding themselves unhappy without really understanding why they cannot change.

When Lilian performs ICM in a protected and loving surrounding with her clients, the first step in her empathic guided meditation is to get in contact with the inner child. She makes you look back, remembering certain situations with a parent and the way you felt back then. Allowing sadness to appear - maybe for the first time - is a first step towards a healing process of the inner child, finally being seen and in a next step find a way to forgive yourself of what you had to go through back then as a little child.

ICM is an important technique to enable a maturing process towards emotional adulthood. The concept of Lilian Njoki Lifeschool is based on a three-folded transformation process:

  • 1. Preparing the process through ICM, coaching and connecting the client with nature and the universe through inner soul work and clearing limiting beliefs.
  • 2. The core work consists of deepening this experience of healing the inner child with different tools, learnings and techniques. This happens in the “border world” as the inner process ICM goes hand in hand with asking yourself who you could be in the outer world taking into account neglected resources, how to become a happier person and finally manifest what you really want in life.
  • 3. In the embodiment phase the client steps into the outer world with an understanding of a new firmly rooted self and lifestyle. This confidence will manifest in niche markets and projects or maybe in a new work or life situation. The client is guided towards finding new fullfillment in work and life.