A Heart Centered Perspective on Shadow Work

Shadow work can be a daunting process, because we’re looking at the parts of ourselves that we’ve been taught are shameful. Rather than trying to figure out what’s “wrong” with us, shadow work can be approached as a means to identify the wounded parts of ourselves that simply need more love. See the rest ofContinue reading “A Heart Centered Perspective on Shadow Work”

Growing Beautiful Lotuses from the Mud of our Shame-filled Shadows, Part 2

View Part 1 here “If you know how to make good use of the mud, you can grow beautiful lotuses.” -Thich Nhat Hanh Last week, we discussed the “mud” of our shadows, especially the unproductive patterns we find ourselves repeating. In part two of this discussion, we’ll focus on how loving our wounds can helpContinue reading “Growing Beautiful Lotuses from the Mud of our Shame-filled Shadows, Part 2”

Growing Beautiful Lotuses from the Mud of our Shame filled Shadows, Part 1

“If you know how to make good use of the mud, you can grow beautiful lotuses.” -Thich Nhat Hanh In this video, we discuss embracing the “mud” of our shadows – those parts of ourselves that society has conditioned us to be ashamed of. But most of these “shameful” aspects of ourselves are simply unproductiveContinue reading “Growing Beautiful Lotuses from the Mud of our Shame filled Shadows, Part 1”