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A Puzzle Piece for Wholeness: An Introduction to the Shadow Academy

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A Puzzle Piece for Wholeness: An Introduction to the Shadow Academy

Has it ever felt as if life keeps doling out the same lessons, over and over?

Have you noticed certain people or situations are consistently challenging, set you off, or even trigger a particular response in you?

There are parts of ourselves that we may unconsciously act from, creating repeating loops in our lives such that we find ourselves in reoccurring tensions or struggles. Though we may effort to keep these parts of ourselves separate from our identity–they nevertheless are–leaving us unable to welcome and integrate ourselves into wholeness.

Carl Jung referred to this as the shadow self–that which we deny, distort or repress within ourselves, yet is alive and active in our everyday lives, or as he aptly put it, “Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”

Join Chris Grey and Ash Witham in this complimentary introduction to these concepts and the Shadow Academy. In this hour webinar, you will gain insight into unveiling hidden nature and tools for integration. We’ll use the wisdom of the group and the fundamental practices of Authentic Relating to leave the session more seen and known, more whole.

This webinar originally took place August 24th, 2021. Sign up to view the full recording for free!

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Course Leaders

Christopher gray

Christopher is a course leader of The ART of Being Human, Levels 1 & 2, as well as the Authentic Leadership Program (ALP). He’s spent 20 years in the software world as a leader in educational technology, most recently at Facebook. During that time, Christopher has also been doing extensive work supporting people struggling with alcoholism, substance abuse, and codependency. Since discovering and immersing himself in the practice of Authentic Relating, he’s transitioned to coaching and working with ART to bring this transformative, humanizing practice to the world. He teaches Bikram yoga, and, most importantly, is from New Jersey.

Ash Witham

Nomadic since 2017 with roots in Los Angeles, Ash utilizes cross-cultural and interdisciplinary influences to craft rich experiences for embodied expression and authentic connection. Her formal education at UCLA awarded her a BA with honors in Fine Art and minor in Education—but it is her commitment to continuously discovering what it means to be human and dedicated research in interpersonal communication, the psychology of we, The Power of Vulnerability, and Authentic Relating—that has most impacted her life’s calling. Ash’s offerings range from workshops, retreats, to 1:1 coaching, all designed to break us out of social programming, welcome all parts of the self, and lift into realms of vulnerability, expanded empathy, attuned self-awareness, and unveiled identity—all in service of being with, and feeling more whole. 

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