Unmasking and Healing the Shadow Self
January 24, 2024 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Do you ever feel like there’s a part of you that remains shrouded in darkness, influencing your thoughts, actions, and emotions from the shadows? Welcome to “Unmasking and Healing the Shadow Self,” a transformative workshop designed to help you embrace and heal the often-overlooked aspects of your psyche.
What is the Shadow Self?
The shadow self represents the concealed parts of our personality, often born from repressed emotions, past experiences, and societal conditioning. These hidden aspects can hold us back, affect our relationships, and limit our potential for growth and happiness.
What to Expect:
In this introductory workshop, you will embark on a journey of self-discovery and healing, guided by WU Expert Leader, Linda Dieffenbach.
Here’s what you can look forward to experiencing:
- Understanding Your Shadow: Gain insight into the origins and nature of your shadow self and its influence on your daily life.
- Self-Exploration: Unearth hidden beliefs, fears, and desires that may be shaping your life.
- Healing Techniques: Learn effective strategies and techniques to heal and integrate your shadow self, allowing you to reclaim lost energy and potential.
- Inner Transformation: Experience a profound shift in your self-awareness, leading to improved relationships, increased self-acceptance, and personal growth.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is for anyone seeking personal growth, self-awareness, and a deeper understanding of themselves. Whether you’re new to shadow work or have prior experience, this class provides valuable insights and practical tools for all participants.
Your journey to unmask and heal your shadow self begins here. Take the first step towards self-discovery and transformation. Register now to join us for “Unmasking and Healing the Shadow Self” and uncover the hidden aspects of your personality that hold the key to unlocking your true potential. Embrace your darkness, and step into the light of self-empowerment and growth.
Linda Dieffenbach, BSW, RMT