A big part of healing and finding more peace is doing shadow work. That is, facing those parts of ourselves that we'd rather shove in a box and pretend didn't exist. The shadow is a term coined by psychologist Carl Jung, and it refers to our deepest wounds. The wounds that have us believing we're flawed, unlovable, undeserving people. These wounds are often created in childhood, but can sometimes develop later in life. When left unattended, these wounds fester, leading us to live from this place of deficiency. Doing shadow work allows us to live from a place of wholeness and expansion. We stop interpreting interactions from the lens of the wounded self. We understand that most things in life are not about us, but about the people who are acting unconsciously from their own unhealed wounds. Shadow Work is a deep dive into the subconscious parts of the mind where repressed emotions & memories, trauma, and the rejected parts of self dwell. We shadow work in an effort to: 1. Give voice to our deep truths. 2. Access the fullness of ourselves. 3.Bring what is hidden in the dark forward, so that we may incorporate it back into the light of our conscious awareness allowing us to be and feel more whole. This Course Includes: 1.Daily assignments & bonus challenges 2. Weekly quizzes and journal Entries 3. Daily personal gratitude posts 4. Daily Supplemental reading, viewing, and listening material 5. 2 30min voice to voice accountability check-ins calls with Naz Khalid
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