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The shadow is dark, its sensitive, it can be dangerous...
Things we lie about not only to others but to ourselves...
The shadow shows up in many ways: drinking too much, writing bad checks, eating cake in the middle of the night after 3 days of dieting...
Hundreds of Million are living in denial of their individual shadows.
People who express self righteous morality are usually the ones with the darkest and deepest shadows.
We see it in the media all the time.
We see it in our neighborhoods, We see it in our friends, We attempt to hide it from ourselves.
The cost of ignoring a self destructive pattern is that you will self destruct.
If you haven't cleaned your house, you will be in trouble.
These were excerpts from Debbie Fords new Movie. The Shadow Effect, A Journey from Your Darkest Thought to Your Greatest DreamDebbie Ford was one of the first spiritual teachers to shine a light on The Shadow. Something we all have, even alive in the most spiritual people. Many people hide and deny their dark sides, rejecting these aspects of their true natures rather than giving themselves the freedom to live authentically. We see it in others, and sometimes we are very quick to point it out in them. How well do we accept it in ourselves? Ford opened a door of self acceptance and to help people discover the gifts they can discover in their shadows.
Ford reveals the method, secrets, and meaning of your shadow, the parts of yourself that you dislike and disown, the past that you regret and repress and the pain that you attempt to bury, and shows how it persistently rises from its grave only to thwart your happiness and oppose your greatest potential as a human being.
The intention of this powerful movie is to assist you to step out of the darkness of your smallest thought into the brilliance of your greatest dream. THE SHADOW EFFECT
With appearances from some of the most brilliant and evolutionary thinkers of the 21st century, including Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Mark Victor Hansen, James Van Praagh, and others, this world-class cinematic experience pulls no punches as it traces the stories of individuals who have met with some of life’s harshest experiences—war, child abuse, racism, a German concentration camp—but learned how to face their terror, heal their wounds and meet their higher, heroic selves in the process. Visually beautiful and highly stylized, with vignettes and special effects that dramatize the concepts and the real life stories, this film unveils the fascinating story of why we do what we do, fear what we fear, and why good people do bad things. THE SHADOW EFFECT will leave you breathing a little deeper and feeling more compassion and kindness for your own dark, conflicted, or repressed urges. It may even inspire you to make the most life-altering step of all—to embrace your entire self.
Step out of the darkness of your smallest thought into the brilliance of your greatest dream. Be the first to have a copy of this powerful movie either on DVD, special interactive 2-DVD set, or click the button for more information to watch the trailer.
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