Shadow Effect The Shadow Effect
Gabriel Howarth leidet seit geraumer Zeit unter gewalttätigen Träumen, in denen er politisch motivierte Attentate verübt. Er sucht Hilfe bei einem Therapeuten, der die Träume mit entsprechenden Medikamenten unter Kontrolle bekommen möchte. Das. The Shadow Effect - Keine Erinnerung. Keine Kontrolle. ein Film von Obin Olson und Amariah Olson mit Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Cam Gigandet. Inhaltsangabe. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Shadow Effect. Handlung von Shadow Effect Der beliebte Diner-Besitzer Gabriel Howarth (Cam Gigandet) lebt. Originaltitel: The Shadow Effect__Herstellungsland: USA__Erscheinungsjahr: __Regie: Obin Olson, Amariah Olson__Darsteller. The Shadow Effect - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | duffyboats.se
Fasziniert vom Phänomen der Wachträume untersucht Dr. Reese die Psyche seines Patienten Gabriel Howarth, dessen Leben dadurch auf. Shadow Effect - Keine Erinnerung. Keine Kontrolle. [dt./OV]. (13)1h 33min. Gabriel Howarth (Cam Gigandet) wird von gewalttätigen Wachträumen. Gabriel Howarth leidet seit geraumer Zeit unter gewalttätigen Träumen, in denen er politisch motivierte Attentate verübt. Er sucht Hilfe bei einem Therapeuten, der die Träume mit entsprechenden Medikamenten unter Kontrolle bekommen möchte. Das.
I listened to this book as an audio book while I rode my stationary bike in the living room. I'm not against counting audiobooks on Goodreads, so I will.
It gave some great insight into the human psyche, and confirmed things about people in general that you were always hoping were true.
We all have a dark side, and it threatens continuously to destroy us. The book was read by its authors, and it was well read and interesting.
I thought Debbie Ford's voice was a l I listened to this book as an audio book while I rode my stationary bike in the living room. I thought Debbie Ford's voice was a little whiny, and I thought Marianne Williamson was too sure of herself by saying that if we never find God, we will never find our light.
She came across as a little preachy and self-righteous. The message of the book is gold. It reaches out to you to let you know that your inner conflicts are part of a universal condition, and that was truly enlightening for me.
My one problem with this book is that while it pulls the shadow into the light, it doesn't really focus on the removal of it from our lives.
Okay, meditation was suggested, as was changing the way that you think Now that the shadow is 'out of the closet' so to speak, we need a practical follow-up book that gives us ways in which to move away from all of our negativity and fear.
View 1 comment. Sep 02, S A rated it it was amazing. The book takes you to a journey from the self, through the self, to the self.
Sep 25, Monica rated it it was amazing Shelves: yoga-qigong-meditation-newscience , psychology-motivational.
I give this 5 stars because it is very well explained, and is powerful wisdom relevant to everyone. We are all caught in a dualistic world, between what we see as good and evil, god and the devil, saint and sinner, light and shadow.
But if we embrace ourselves and see all these as belonging to us although not us , then we can come into wholeness and better appreciate that our shadow sides are not to be suppressed but that they have valuable lessons to teach us.
Our shadows can serve as guides f I give this 5 stars because it is very well explained, and is powerful wisdom relevant to everyone.
Our shadows can serve as guides for us to live more integrated lives as whole beings, and prevent us from feeling fragmented.
Then we can experience oneness. You would understand the concept of the shadow if you are able to say "No one is complete good or evil.
We are a bit of both. As co-author Debbie Ford said, that is the reason why so many giants of moralities have fallen under the same vice that they condemned in others.
I find that a very good point that Chopra made was that we cannot use our light to suppress and overcome our shadow because the brighter the light, the darker the shadow.
The only way to reveal and manage our shadow side is to shine consciousness on it. This way, we can better understand the impulses that drive our thoughts and actions.
These impulses have a root that needed to be examined, to be understood. For instance, he cited the example of a young man who was good friends with a rich couple who often extended their hospitality to him.
One day, during a dinner party at the couple's home, when discussion about synchronicity, the young man said in front of all the guests:"Did you recall the last time that we were in this city and both of you were arguing so badly that you didn't notice anything else?
A van pulled up and on it was written 'Blue Tantrum'" This embarrassed his hosts who later asked him to examine his motivation in that flash of the moment.
He did, and realised that deep inside, he envied his friends and felt humiliated that he could not reciprocate their kindness.
Being conscious of his shadow's impulses was a powerful lesson for him. The authors come form a very compassionate position.
They encourage the reader to see our shadows as basic parts of our natures and psyches and not as something evil or or a sine that needed to be suppressed or condemned.
Only by exercising the light of our consciousness can our shadows come out of their hiding places. Otherwise, many of us will live most of our lives dictated by our shadows but never know they even existed.
By seeing our shadow as part of us, we begin a journey of conscious living and by understanding that our shadows arose from pain and fear, we begin our growth.
I found the section on "collective unconscious" by Deepak Chopra very interesting. This was a term Carl Jung coined.
Very often, the decisions that we make are dictated by this collective unconscious one can also call it common values or social norms and we need to understand if that collective unconscious in a particular case is serving or hampering our growth.
Overall, Chopra and Ford's sections were marvelous. I didn't really get Marianne Williamson's section as it was peppered with too much Christian and pseudo Christian analogies and lingo, and that was kind of a put off for me.
But 5 stars still! Jun 13, Lindsay rated it it was amazing. This is probably the best guide to understanding both myself and other people I have ever read.
And when you're done, you'll find yourself going through life a little lighter. No one around you changes, but you change. Your experience changes and that makes your life infinitely better and happier.
View 2 comments. Such an amazing, thought-provoking book. I already love Debbie Ford's work on the shadow in her book 'Courage' and combined with Marianne Williamson's strong writing about truth and love this was an amazing book to read with some awesome tools to put in place in your own life.
Can't wait to read it again already! Nov 12, Ricardo Oliveira rated it really liked it Shelves: audible.
Great construction of the shadow, explaining its creation, how it affects us and then some ways of putting light and awareness on it.
Audio version has some narration issues because of multiple people doing it, but still a great book. Jul 02, Ileana rated it it was ok.
Overall, I was disappointed with this book. I found Deepak Chopra's section somewhat useful, deep, and thought provoking.
Debbie Ford's section was very repetitive, light, and not that useful, although she did make me think more about the idea that we are walking mirrors.
What we like or dislike in others are the very things that we like or dislike about ourselves. I really enjoyed Marianne Williamson's portion.
It also got me thinking in the fact that not only do we need to take care of our phy Overall, I was disappointed with this book.
It also got me thinking in the fact that not only do we need to take care of our physical selves, but also nurture and attend to our emotional selves.
Some favorite quotes: "At its highest, compassion has a healing role to play. When you offer sympathy, the woes of another are heard and passed on to a higher level of awareness.
In order to feel that you actually belong, however, you must feel loved. Love is reassurance that you are cherished. It's about shifting your allegiance away from what the ego wants to what the universe wants.
In choiseless awareness you let consciousness make all the decisions. In other words, the thing you want is also the best thing you could want.
Mediation is not just something that relaxes us; it is something that harmonizes the energies of the universe. Forgiveness doesn't just make us feel better; it literally transforms the heart.
All the powers that emanate from God are powers that will set us free. Jan 04, Matt Cantrell rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction.
There's a lot of information in this book, written in three parts by individual authors of differing perspectives.
The first is written from an Eastern perspective, the second from a Western psychological perspective, and the third from a spiritual perspective.
It took me until the end of the book to understand the value of all three, even though the second section held the most value for me.
The central thesis is that as humans we tend to push away the "bad" parts of ourselves out of fear or a There's a lot of information in this book, written in three parts by individual authors of differing perspectives.
The central thesis is that as humans we tend to push away the "bad" parts of ourselves out of fear or a desire to avoid them and do good.
But by pushing them away, we send them to the shadow where they lurk, waiting to rear their ugly heads when we least expect them.
By separating these shadow selves from our conscious ego we give them power. In order to gain power over them, we have to bring these shadow selves into the light in order to become whole again -- and that isn't an easy prospect.
All three authors consistently address addiction as a result of the shadow self, and this held a lot of weight for me.
The shadow self thrives on making you feel weak, because you cannot fight the shadow as long as you give it a place to live in yourself.
Only when you look at yourself, and recognize that its your voice and your memories that are speaking to you can you bring them back together and take away the power that exists because of the tension between the two.
I'm not a very spiritual individual, but this another way to think of the concept of repressed memories and healing yourself.
I thought it was great in the end. Jan 22, Ashlie rated it really liked it. I have recently begun a jag of trying to be the "best me that I can be" which for me starts with reading.
I picked up this book on a whim after perusing the anemic "self help" section at my local Barnes and Noble. I didn't know much about any of the three authors, although I had heard of Chopra, but the concept of having a dark shadow intrigued me.
After reading it, I'm still not sure what I think. The book is separated into 3 main sections, one per author, and follows a progression of explainin I have recently begun a jag of trying to be the "best me that I can be" which for me starts with reading.
The book is separated into 3 main sections, one per author, and follows a progression of explaining what the shadow is, and how we should deal with it in order to move toward enlightenment and fulfillment.
The basic premise is that we should embrace all parts of ourselves, even the bad parts, ie, the shadow, because ignoring or pushing down that negativity only serves to stunt growth and the ability to be happy.
Personally I feel I sometimes take a head in the sand approach to dealing with problems, and definitely beat myself up too much for little transgressions, so for me I think this concept is solid.
After reading it I have tons of pages earmarked and start my day with reflection in an attempt to acknowledge my flaws and let I negativity go.
Only time will tell if this method will truly be my key to a better life. Jul 30, Shayra rated it it was amazing. This book has a taught me that we live in a world made up of duality.
Where there is good, there is also evil. We cannot get rid of nor escape the evil, we can only accept it and learn to control our emotions.
The evil, in this case the shadow, comes in many forms relating to negativity including, but not limited to: anger, guilt, greed, and even the ego.
It has taught me to be aware of my consciousness when the shadow is lurking. Rather than projecting hate where one would normally do, we can learn to project love and therefore creating the life we want to live.
It all starts within. This book has helped me transition into the spiritual path of life and I will always look back to it for guidance.
Jul 09, Chantelle rated it liked it. I initially chose to read this book to help me understand someone else but, as you might expect, it required that I look inward and to accept others as they are and let them deal with their own shadows.
The section written by Marianne Williamson is the easiest to absorb; Deepak Chopra's had the most depth but required more concentration; Debbie Ford's section was the most confessional or personal but I also found it the most frustrating and did not really feel like I got much out of it.
I liked I initially chose to read this book to help me understand someone else but, as you might expect, it required that I look inward and to accept others as they are and let them deal with their own shadows.
I liked the premise that the "shadow" or dark is not bad just the opposite of light and one cannot exist without the other.
Also, that you must accept those shadow areas of yourself and not try to suppress them in order to be able to move on and keep them from popping up when least needed or expected to harm you and others.
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