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Embracing the Shadow

The shadow is the part of us made up of all that we hide from others: our shame, our fears, our wounds but also our divine spirit, our blinding beauty and our hidden talents. The shadow is not bad, in fact it is the source of our power and creativity but until we bring it into the light this power will remain untapped and our full potential unreached. Using practical “how to” exercises sourced from Tibetan Buddhism, western psychology, lucid dream work and mindfulness meditation Charlie Morley takes us on a revolutionary journey deep into the dazzling darkness of spiritual transformation. By harnessing the energy and life force that resides in the Shadow we become alchemists who create gold from within and move into wholeness, happiness and lucidity. This workshop explores: • How to transform the shadow unlocking your hidden potential • Lucid dreaming shadow work • Psychological alchemy • Transforming nightmares • Making friends with fear and anxiety • Increasing your life-force energy This workshop will show you how to fearlessly embrace your shadow side with compassionate acceptance and so manifest the awakened power of your full potential. Using the “No mud, No Lotus” approach any shame or fear of your shadow side is replaced by acceptance and authenticity allowing you to step confidently into your best possible self. Now is the time to harness the power of the shadow. Now is the time to step into the dazzling darkness of your inner light.
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College of Psychic Studies
College of Psychic Studies - The College was founded in 1884 by a group of eminent scholars and scientists. Its purpose was to facilitate formal investigation into the psychic and mediumistic phenomena that were such a topic of debate in the Victorian era. With great courage, this group of distinguished people, some notable in science, others from within the ranks of the Anglican clergy, defied the prevailing canons of respectability in order to proclaim to a world of increasing materialism that human personality survives bodily death and that this is capable of demonstration.

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