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Shadow Work: Uncovering The Wounded Self

Two exercises to help you recall childhood memories.

Photo by Yann Allegre on Unsplash

Ahh, shadow work.

Where does one even begin?

One of the critical aspects of working with the shadow, a.k.a. the wounded self is to uncover the source of these hidden, darker parts of ourselves.

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Anthony V. Lombardo

Anthony V. Lombardo

Anthony V. Lombardo is a writer and online creator. He creates online content to expand people’s consciousness. https://anthonyvlombardo.com/

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