About this Workshop
We all have a shadow self that needs to be acknowledged to better regulate psychological health and personal relationships. The shadow is the part of us that has been exiled and buried deep within. What has been deemed shameful, unacceptable, or even evil by the parents and authority figures in childhood has been exiled from consciousness. But the shadow stays relevant in every decision we make, continuing to operate from unconsciousness without us being aware of its existence. When we grow up we fail to notice how much we are driven by the same unhealthy patterns from childhood.
Integrating the shadow self is necessary to reach self-acknowledgment and to live a balanced life. So getting to know your hidden side will help you grow as a person and reach your full potential. Shadow work promotes inner healing, is very transformative, and can help you heal childhood trauma. Self-realization is a process of integrating the opposite sides of personality into a harmonious whole and shadow work is a brave step in this direction.