by David McLeod | Dec 16, 2019 | No Comments

Category: Shadow Tags: Self-Knowing, Story, Dark, Light

There is a Native American story about how we all seem to struggle with the light and dark aspects of ourselves in a variety of ways. The story suggests that what shows up in our lives depends on the amount of attention we pay to these different aspects of ourselves. Early in my personal growth journey, this story had a pretty significant impact on me. But after I had completed a powerful visualization exercise during a workshop, I had a whole new perspective that changed my understanding and appreciation of this story. In this episode, I share my own experience—and the surprising conclusion I came to as a result of that experience!

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