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  9/22/2014 Shadow Work Notes and Exerciseshttp://www.spiritcentric.com/shadow-work-notes-and-exercises/ 1/18  You are here: Home / Becoming Spiritcentric / Shadow Work Notes and Exercises  Shadow Work Notes and Exercises May 8, 2014 by Crystal Lynn Bell —Leave a Comment   Log-in Cart HomeSpiritual CoachingHealing ServicesAstrologyDivining Services A Course In MiraclesCalendarBlog  9/22/2014 Shadow Work Notes and Exerciseshttp://www.spiritcentric.com/shadow-work-notes-and-exercises/ 2/18 The nature of Shadow:* Source energy is always on. It cannot be turned off.* The first manifestation of Source energy is Light.* Carl Jung defined the Shadow Self as “that which we think we are not.”* Thoughts dictate your vibration.* We project our shadow onto others* You either allow source energy or you resist it. Allowing Source to course through your being isenlightenment. Resistance to Light is shadow.* Emotions are excellent indications to whether you are allowing Source or resisting Source. Themore positively you feel, the more you are in the Flow or in alignment. The more negatively you feel,  9/22/2014 Shadow Work Notes and Exerciseshttp://www.spiritcentric.com/shadow-work-notes-and-exercises/ 3/18 the more you are in resistance.* Your dealings with other people, thought patterns, and habits or addictions are excellentopportunities to observe and work with your shadow.* It is important not to attempt to crucify or annihilate the shadow because of the profound effect ithas on shaping us in ways that serve us and the world community. For example, perhaps you feellike you are in Source when you are experiencing your positive emotions. But it is important to lookat the opposite of your positive emotion to see your shadow or where your positive emotion orbehavior came from. For example, if you are really a generous soul who gives of their time, youmight say that the opposite of generosity is miserly– someone who guards their time and feels liketime is money or it’s a-wasting! Your generous nature might have come from a shadow experience where someone neglected you and told you that you weren’t worthy of their time. Maybe yourparent put work above your school performances; or maybe you were the last kid to be picked upafter school because your parent couldn’t get there. These examples are the positive effects thatShadow can have on us. Shadow is turning away from the source.* It is resistance to the higher Source energy.* You have the choice to be in the flow or to resist it.* Shadow lives in the unconscious mind and permeates it like a weed.* Every negative experience is an opportunity to learn more about your shadow.* Whenever we judge, we are in shadow.*Shadow work is identifying and releasing the thoughts and beliefs which are holding you back fromaligning with your Self. Shadow work is  9/22/2014 Shadow Work Notes and Exerciseshttp://www.spiritcentric.com/shadow-work-notes-and-exercises/ 4/18 * Finding resistance within your mind.* Discovering the hooks that prevent you from flowing.* Helping to integrate the ego* Recognizing self-sabotaging behaviors* Achieving a genuine self-acceptance* Releasing negative emotions* Freeing ourselves from guilt and shame* Recognizing the projections that color our opinions of others* Healing our relationship with ourselves and with others* Opening ourselves to our creativity, our inner teacher, our intuition and our abundance* Opening ourselves to self love and ascension* Unifies* Shadow work helps release us from suffering * Shadow work sets you free so you can experience everything with new eyes.* Shadow work is a process. It has no specific goal or outcome, but it is important to be present in itas a process.* Shadow work is the partner to Inner Child work.Exercises: I. Rooting out Core BeliefsThe core belief is the belief that is functioning behind every thought, emotion or action. To examinethis belief, use a topic or idea that is ‘hot’ for you and ask yourself the following questions:
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