Shadow work is very personal. It looks different for each of us and takes different forms along the journey of life. It can be difficult, painful, awkward and uncomfortable.
Shadow work is seen as the messy stuff, it’s the identifying, cleansing, and clearing that needs to take place in order to operate within a healthy vessel, both energetically and physically.
Quick Tips & Tools:
Mentors to check out:
- Teal Swan
- Carl Jung
- Bridget Nielsen
- Awakening with Russell Brand
- Sarita Sol
- Mark Bajerski
- Michael Mirdad
- Teal Swan – an oldie but a goodie on Shadow Work
- Deep convo on healing with Dr Sharnel and others from True TV on healing
- Jordan Petersen on integrating the shadow
- Carl Jung’s anima and animus explained
- Try this 20 minute heart centered guided meditation to get in touch with how it feels to practice working with & healing the shadow
Would you like to read what I’ve got to say on the topic?
“Your shadow is only as dark as you allow. The deep end is as deep as you’ve imagined it to be and the toughest boss at the end of the game is only as strong as you’ve devised and created it to be. So be aware and conscious of your imagination connection. As I’m sure you can see, this is where things get sticky. If you so choose to be engulfed or weakened for whatever reason, (truly it’s because you have not yet uncovered your ultimate power) then you may be swept away by your shadow or the dark side or an evil entity from another planet, or Satan “himself” if you allow – because you have yet to realize the truth of your creator essence.“