Shadow Work or LOA

Did you ever wonder how effective Shadow Work by Carl Jung is?  When I was in college, I learned about Carl Jung and felt a strange belief, an alignment with him and what he delved into.

However, I always had issues with psychology in general because it was fixated on finding something wrong with people!  So, I found issues with all of psychology, and thought there was more to it, that people were far more than one little part of their lives, or any observable behavior.

Shadow work involves looking at fears, the parts of you that you didn’t or weren’t able to observe, to shed light on them and to actually gain strength and understanding.

Yet, my experience was the opposite!  Every time I looked hard at what I feared, I created more of that!  So the Law of Attraction is always at work…

The Law of Attraction says that whatever you focus on you create, and it’s true no matter how good the intention is.  If the focus is fear, weakness, and problems, guess what I was creating more of?

(See the rest of this blog and my newer one at www.sourcehearsyes.com for more info on using your own intuition about what to do.)

I’ve met a lot of people through my work as a teacher, guidance counselor, and LOA Life Coach that really think they have to “work through” and struggle with their past in order to figure it out.  Nothing could be further from the truth.

Sometimes we just can’t see or believe for a while, even if someone is pointing it out.  We like to stay and complain for a while, often for decades about the same problem, rather than truly shining the light on it or ourselves.  Shining the light feels like forgiveness and freedom, it feels like choice, it feels like movement into something new.  That is why I love Abraham, to always guide me towards what is good for me.

BUT I can only reach so far with LOA, so the changes need to be gradual.

I finally heard an Abraham-Hicks video on this exact topic, but have known that we can’t feel good looking at our problems!  I’ve always felt more comfortable looking at what is right, at our strengths, at our gifts.  I hope you enjoy this LOA gem, and remember to keep moving forward in positive momentum toward your joys.  Stay in the light, don’t keep looking at the dark!

I became a life coach because I believe in the goodness of people, that they deserve to feel great.  If you are ready to focus yourself into your greatness, text or call me for a free 15 minute consult at 848-232-8392.

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