Shadow work is a psychological practice developed by Carl Jung that teaches you techniques to work with your shadow self to reduce the negative effects that are plaguing your life and to separate and integrate parts of yourself into a single whole. It’s meant to promote emotional healing and help you find peace with yourself. (And let’s be honest, couldn’t we all use some of … Continue reading What Is Shadow Work?
Most people confuse “self-knowledge” with knowledge of their conscious ego personalities. – C.G. Jung Continue reading CLVI
Your thinking mind is a tool for your observing mind. – Teal Swan Continue reading CXXXVI
“A therapist once said to me, “If you face the choice between feeling guilt and resentment, choose the guilt every time.” It is wisdom I have passed on to many others since. If a refusal saddles you with guilt, while consent leaves resentment in its wake, opt for the guilt. Resentment is soul suicide. Negative thinking allows us to gaze unflinchingly on our own behalf … Continue reading When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress
You are an aperture through which the universe is looking at and exploring itself. – Alan Watts You’ve probably heard of the Law of Attraction at some point in your life. This universal law is the basis for the best-selling book The Secret and is frequently discussed in podcasts, self-help books, spirituality blogs, and on social media. The belief that like attracts like has inspired … Continue reading Natural Laws : 12 Laws of the Universe
Published on dreambuilders.com Notice a pivotal turning point comes as one is psychologically ready to own or reclaim one’s soverignty and true power. The internal compass guides us out of self-created illusions, to stop accepting ideas or treatment that echo we are less than we are. Acting on true feelings may lead to ending difficult relationships. When we have learned all we can from a … Continue reading Reclaim Your Power & Sovereignty
An article by Jordan B Peterson DIE It seems to me that the identifying factors of the radical left types that dominate the humanities and social sciences (and, increasingly, the HR departments of corporations) most particularly constitute the mantra of Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity (DIE). Of these three, equity is the most egregious, self-righteous, historically-ignorant and dangerous. Equity means “equality,” in some manner, and is … Continue reading Equity : When the Left Goes Too Far