The Shadow Effect: Illuminating the Hidden Power of Your True Self

The Shadow Effect: Illuminating the Hidden Power of Your True Self

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Shadow Effect 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 65 reviews.
SubtleOne More than 1 year ago
This book featuring Debbie Ford, Deepak Chopra and Marianne Williamson evolved out of the movie "The Shadow Effect: Illuminating the Hidden Power of Your True Self" that recently brought the three of them together. While the movie serves as an introduction to the concepts of the shadow and how it limits us as human beings, The Shadow Effect book is a deep exploration of that which most of us have hidden and tried to contain within ourselves. Of the three authors, Ford contributes the most clarity and definition to what the shadow is and how it shows up in our lives. But all share equally valuable information and insightes from their unique perspectives, offering a depth of experience and wisdom on this most vital of topics. Reading this book is both challenging and enlightening. It can be depressing as we learn the truth of who we are, yet hopeful as we discover the power that the comes from healing and integrating the Shadow. This is a must read for anyone committed to supporting a shift in consciousness on the planet.
big-guyJM More than 1 year ago
This book touched my heart and gave me so many new things to look at in myself and the world. All three authors take the Shadow in today's world to new heights in importance and significance. This is a must read for anyone wanted to know how to navigate the waters of spirit and emotion in a world full of chaos and confusion. Finally, the Shadow can be seen as the powerful issue it is in our lives individually and as a collective. Reading this book is a sure fire way to shift your perspective on life forever.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book transform the way I see an interpret the dark side of my life. It help me understand many areas of my life that I have not come to accept.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have heard a lot about this book and I am eager to read the rest of it, because it discusses the need to deal with the shadow in our lives. There is a conflict between who we are and who we want to be. Yet, I think that is because we are often stuck in the past, because we are bound by our past failures and mistakes. I am learning to deal with those mistakes now. I had just read "When God Stopped Keeping Score" which tackled forgiveness on a much more intimate level than I have ever experienced. I can only pray the Shadow Effect can build on the momentum that Keeping Score has already started.
Rod Marquez More than 1 year ago
I had never heard of Debbie Ford or Marianne Williamson, but i am now a fan of both. The concepts discussed in this book are very interesting. Its always amazing when a book leaves you feeling both exposed and empowered.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reading this the first time through, I found it intriguing in the extreme. I immediately read it a second time to glean the process of finding your shadow and how to engage it. My life has changed. I now know why I am ultra responsible as regards work and school, and lax when it comes to "my stuff" such as exercise, binging on the wrong things and most important, not achieving my personal goals. I also learned experiencially if you want to change your life, read this book and learn to make friends with your shadow. I am much more balanced, productive in my personal life and happy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Recently have been devouring Debbie Ford books. Have listened to audio book from library.. Love this book. A definate worth while read a really good look into why we think the way we do and how we can claim the shadow side of our selves and use it to our advantage.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The premise for this book is so short and simple the author's found they needed to expound on every tiny concept ad nauseum to justify the $12.99 price tag. I tried to read it from the beginning but could not get through the Deepak Chopra part due to its lack of substance so I skipped to the Debbie Ford chapter thinking that I might actually get to some "meat",if you will, since she is the one who "officially" developed and lectures on the Shadow Effect. Unfortunately every time she came up with some "new" premise about the Shadow she was so repetitive it was hard not to feel bored. There may in fact be some good ideas here, I, unfortunatley could not find any reason to scour through every repetitive concept to get to it. Also, the use of The Shadow over and over and over also felt very schticky, like there was some monster lurking ready devour our spirit any second.
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AndreaAK More than 1 year ago
This book has changed my life so much, that I decided do buy the version in English for my husband. It is amazing! Life and relationships are much easier now.
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