Sometimes if you learn something you may not know what to do with that new bit of knowledge. If you learned how to pick a lock, would that make you a better person? That was just an example. What is in this article is much deeper than that, you may learn more about yourself than you wish to know.
Thanks for this post . This is definitely a worthy navigation . I think Carl Jung really was a pioneer to help us navigate the self . Coming to terms with the shadow is vital in development for mapping. I like the abstract mapping implied in the shadow.
If light shines at you , your shadow could reach a potential infinity , arriving at the single darkest possible pit . There , the shadow sees you what does it see ?
Light. Our potential is always out in front of us , like a golden snitch . Coming to map out our issues allows us to move beyond them . Thanks again .
If you have Audible - Jungs works are in the 2 for 1 section at the moment
Free audio books on you tube. Greg bodeen does a good job, I think.