Date(s) - Wednesday, April 10, 2024 - Thursday, May 9, 2024
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In Person at Divine Lights and Zoom
Through this series we will discuss, reflect and unlock the transformative power of delving into shadow work, a concept pioneered by psychoanalyst Carl Jung. Jung introduced the notion of the “shadow self” to denote the aspects of ourselves that we suppress or refuse to acknowledge. He posited that the shadow serves as a counterbalance to the persona, our outwardly projected self.
While the shadow self encompasses traits society deems negative, like anger and resentment, Jung believed it harbored positive qualities, such as creativity. He viewed the integration of the shadow self as crucial to one’s perception of the world and their interpersonal connections.
Furthermore, Jung proposed that by engaging with their shadow self, individuals could achieve greater self-awareness and inner harmony, thus fostering personal growth and balanced relationships.
Log in if you already have an account with us.