What is Shadow Work®?

Here is a description of Shadow Work® from the Shadowwork.com site:

Shadow Work® is a way to bring your true self out of shadow and into the light. It’s a way of transforming parts of your character that you’d like to change with compassion and understanding, and offers an effective technology for balancing these diverse parts.
Shadow Work® includes a set of facilitated processes that allow individuals to explore and change almost any behavior pattern. Shadow Work® is especially devoted to providing a setting that allows people to explore and evolve themselves safely, choicefully and without pressure from the facilitator.

Based on Cliff Barry’s unique synthesis of ancient and modern tools, Shadow Work® uses a four-directional “map of the mind” to identify and process your “shadows.”

Please visit the site to listen to an audio presentation of the foundations of Shadow Work®.

Shadow Work® is based on four archetypes that are a part of each person: Sovereign, Warrior, Magician, and Lover. I assist people to access the gifts from each aspect of themselves.

This emotional process is the most accurate way I have found of assisting people to change thoughts and behaviors that are keeping them from taking the next step in their lives. I have experienced, have witnessed others, and you can too:

  • See painful lifelong patterns with new clarity and understanding
  • Get the inner support you need to shift those patterns
  • Confront shadows that were previously too scary to face
  • Release bitterness and resentment towards a loved one and find forgiveness
  • Safely access your inner warrior and gain new power and confidence

I am a Certified Shadow Work® coach. Please contact me if you are interested in hearing more about what a coaching session with me would look like.


7 Responses to What is Shadow Work®?

  1. Vicky Coates says:

    Stunning site Helena! Stunning work! More power to you and great gusts of wind beneath your wings! Love Vicky

  2. HelenaAnn says:

    Thank you so much Vicky! Much love to you in South Africa.

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