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Dark Side of the Light Chasers

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        StatementHodder Mobius
        PublishersHodder Mobius
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsAugust 2, 2001
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 137 p. :
        Number of Pages83
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100340819057
        Series
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To be divine is to be whole and to be whole is to be everything: the positive and the negative, the good and the bad, the holy man and the devil.

The Dark Side of the Light Chasers: Reclaiming Your Power, Creativity, Brilliance and Dreams by Debbie Ford

the first of its kind that i read. Everyone has a little witch in them. She's explored her own shadow and shares her struggles freely, as well as worked with people in counseling situations and so This book was very enjoyable. I came across this book during a very low point of my life. When we are unable to reconcile similar impulses in ourselves, Ford explains, we waste our own energy judging others instead of empathizing.

We find ourselves disproportionately frustrated and angry at the selfishness of friends, the laziness of colleagues, the arrogance of siblings. There's not anything truly new and radical in the book, but she has made the concept and work more accessible to lay people. I really did enjoy the read, however. the ability to recognize yourself as a sum of parts and experiences, both incredible and flawed.