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Where love rules, there is no will to power; and where power predominates, there love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other. ~Carl Jung

Where love rules, there is no will to power; and where power predominates, there love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other. ~Carl Jung

Jung asked, "Would you rather be good or whole?" Many women choose goodness, and as a result, are fractured. It is especially important to explore your shadow as you strive for the light, because this often increases its density. This occurs because what you resist in life tends to persist and even become stronger. If you resist your dark side, it becomes more solid.- Denise Linn

Jung asked, "Would you rather be good or whole?" Many women choose goodness, and as a result, are fractured. It is especially important to explore your shadow as you strive for the light, because this often increases its density. This occurs because what you resist in life tends to persist and even become stronger. If you resist your dark side, it becomes more solid.- Denise Linn

Carl Jung said that, "The Shadow is the person that we’d rather not be.” He explains that the Shadow is the side of our personality which we do not consciously display in public. It may have positive or negative qualities. If it remains unconscious, the Shadow is often projected onto other individuals or groups. Anything that we judge in others is often a hidden part of our self that we deny or of which we are ashamed. (Art by Steven Kenny. Click for full size image.)

Carl Jung said that, "The Shadow is the person that we’d rather not be.” He explains that the Shadow is the side of our personality which we do not consciously display in public. It may have positive or negative qualities. If it remains unconscious, the Shadow is often projected onto other individuals or groups. Anything that we judge in others is often a hidden part of our self that we deny or of which we are ashamed. (Art by Steven Kenny. Click for full size image.)

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