The Shadow Effect provides much needed insight into the phenomenon that we’ve all experienced in our life: self-sabotage… and more specifically, why it is people seem to sabotage themselves right when they’re on the brink of greatness.
Bringing together the wisdom of three of today’s sages, Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford, and Marianne Williamson, we’re given a glimpse into the ‘shadow’ in different ways that all work together very well. What is the shadow? In a nutshell, these are the aspects of ourselves that we have cut off, hidden, repressed, or decided were not acceptable to show other people.
The shadow is the part of us that feels unsafe being authentic, and The Shadow Effect provides wonderful insight into how each of us developed our shadow, how we can learn to identify it in our lives, and what we can do to move through our shadow and into the light of our greatness.
In fact, at the core of this book are the themes of light and greatness… because the shadow is the one thing that stands in the way of us living the lives of our dreams. The Shadow Effect clearly communicates this core message that the shadow is not be feared, but rather, to be viewed as an essential aspect of ourselves that we must understand and transform into light if we are to move forward in the story of our lives.
The Shadow Effect gets my personal recommendation, and I feel that the world would be a more light-filled place if everybody read this book. Buy it, read it, live it, then share it with others you think may benefit from its message.