Feb 12, 2016
Psychologist C. G. Jung once said that all change is experienced by the ego as a death. It’s a long, slow process to develop into the person we are. Abraham Lincoln once remarked that he didn’t like a man’s face. When his companion criticized him, saying “he can’t help his face,” Lincoln answered calmly that “after a certain age, every man is responsible for his face.” In other words, we are each responsible for our lives; the moral choices we make throughout the course of our lives are reflected in us so deeply that others can see them in our face, our voice, our walk, our every action. The Outer Limits of Inner Truth proudly presents “Facing The Dragon Within: Processing & Engaging Your Shadow.” This show will focus on a unique means to bring peace & healing unto yourself and in doing do, will heal those around you and the world itself. The program features interviews with Dr. James Hollis, Metaphysical Teacher & Healer Jeff Casper, and Metaphysical Teacher & Healer Jona Bryndis. What is the Shadow? [From Stephen A. Diamond Ph.D.] The shadow, said celebrated Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung, is the unknown ‘‘dark side’’ of our personality–-dark both because it tends to consist predominantly of the primitive, negative, socially or religiously depreciated human emotions and impulses like sexual lust, power strivings, selfishness, greed, envy, anger or rage, and due to its unenlightened nature, completely obscured from consciousness. Whatever we deem evil, inferior or unacceptable and deny in ourselves becomes part of the shadow, the counterpoint to what Jung called the persona or conscious ego personality.