If you are like most people who have embarked upon an ontological or transformational journey, you have increased your self-awareness and become much more effective at setting goals, inspiring and coaching others, and creating results.
However, it is also very common to find that you are now also much harder on yourself than before—because you have much higher standards for yourself and much bigger expectations. Chances are, you have made more progress in accepting and contributing to others than you have in accepting and acknowledging yourself. You continue to be your own biggest critic. Despite becoming more successful, that nagging sense of unworthiness and fear of never living up to your full potential remain. Sometimes, you may even wonder if you are ever going to be truly happy or genuinely satisfied.
Does this sound like you? If so, you will find that Shadow Mastery is an environment where you may finally learn to fully accept yourself as you are. It is an opportunity to resolve inner contradictions and conflicts so that you feel whole and complete – finally at home within yourself.
This deep level of inner acceptance offers an opportunity to resolve the major source of conflict and misunderstanding with other people in your life.
This journey will impact not only your personal relationships but also your professional and coaching relationships, where you will experience a new level of acceptance and freedom.
From a new experience of wholeness comes not just temporary happiness, but lasting fulfilment.
Shadow Mastery offers you the opportunity to:
Due to its challenging experiential format, Shadow Mastery is open only to experienced practitioners of ontological and transformational work.
The “Shadow” is the name the psychologist Carl Jung gave to those aspects of ourselves that—from a very early age—we learn to suppress, hide and deny in order to be accepted and loved—first by our parents and family and later by our friends, classmates, and society in general.
In order to fit in, we learn to suppress our anger, our aggressiveness, our selfishness —and other qualities we are taught are “negative”. We learn to hide them from others—and from ourselves. As a result, without understanding why, we end up feeling divided within ourselves, in conflict with ourselves, fragmented rather than whole. The image we create to look good is designed to hide from others—and ourselves—the shadow we don’t want anyone to see.
However, as Jung pointed out, these aspects of ourselves that we resist and bury don’t go away. What we resist, persists. They remain with us at the unconscious level—and may unexpectedly burst forth and do damage to our relationships, our career, and our health.
When we blame others, make them wrong, attack or undermine them, when we feel as though we don’t get what we deserve—it’s the shadow at work. When we give up on ourselves, and sabotage our results, it’s the shadow at work.
At the same time, when we suppress our shadow, we also suppress our personal power, our spontaneity and our creativity,
Bringing forth and expressing our shadow—in ways that are not damaging to ourselves or others—is the ultimate way to experience wholeness and self-acceptance. It creates the foundation for a new level of connection with others and a platform for deeper conversations and new results.
The Shadow Mastery Workshop will be held in-person in Singapore from June 9-11.
Friday, June 9, 6pm – 11pm (Approximately)
Saturday, June 10, 10am – 10pm (Approximately)
Sunday, June 11, 10am – 6pm (Approximately)
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Shadow Mastery Workshop, please fill up this Google form and someone from our team will reach out to you.