Today we take on the complex topic of Shadow Work. What is Shadow Work? How does one begin to lean into working with one’s Shadow side? What does Shadow work look like?
Beneath the social mask we wear every day, we have a hidden shadow side: an impulsive, wounded, sad, or isolated part that we generally try to ignore. The Shadow can be a source of emotional richness and vitality, and acknowledging it can be a pathway to healing and an authentic life. – psychotherapist Steve Wolf
Shadow Self is any aspect of ourselves, including thoughts, feelings, needs, desires, behaviors, and personality traits, that are unconscious. – Carl Jung
What is shadow Work
How to do Shadow Work
Why do Shadow Work
Introduction to Shadow Work
Working With Shadow
Shadow Work: Transforming Emotional Suffering into Freedom
Simple Starter Guide for Shadow Work
The Ultimate Guide to the Human Dark Side
Shadow Work: A Complete Guide
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Wow, really nice to see all four of you hash life out together.
It’s a bit difficult for me as a NBM (nuance) believing Mormon to take you guys seriously because you guys through the S & F words more often than it is really needed.
I get it you are addressing post Mormon crowd, but there are some of us who don’t have a taste for foul language. Occasionally I find it acceptable, but over doing it just comes across as a lack of vocabulary.
That said, there important things to take away from everything that was mentioned, but I’m begging you, go back and just listen to yourselves and become aware of how often you guys are using bad language unnecessarily.
Yes, I’m labeling swear words as such.
A little is refreshing, overdoing it, just gets me upset.
But you are onto something very important here and needed throughout the world. I think the church little by little is growing and learning how to be more vulnerable too, btw. Just need to see Dallin H. Oaks die… and I think the church will learn how to be vulnerable (again)?