Shadow work can take us to a very dark place, which is why you want to have a guide who can hold your hand, journey next to you with compassion, and channel the Ten Da. Dr and Master Sha teaches that the ten greatest source attributes are: greatest love, forgiveness, compassion, light, humility, harmony, flourishing, gratitude, service and enlightenment.
The goal of our spiritual journey is to stop leaking Shen Qi Jing and become ONE with the source. Shadow work helps us identify all the ways we are leaking!
I am so blessed and grateful to Dr and Master Sha every day for creating Tao calligraphy and his teachings of the Ten Da. His spiritual practices and empowerments are my North Star and what make it SAFE for me to guide you in Shadow Work. To learn more about the Ten Da and Tao Calligraphy, visit www.DrSha.com - highly recommend any of his books and calligraphy cards!
"When we honor darkness and integrate with light, we claim our gifts of source power. Pains are sacred messages for us to decipher the truth. Whether you feel stuck in your physical and emotional pain, or you are ready to stand in your authenticity, this book is for you."
Winnie Chan Wang is a trauma informed licensed acupuncturist and energy healer. Before shadow work, she was a victim and blamed all of her misfortunes on her ex-husband. When she ended the marriage, it forced her to come face to face with her shadows.
Ji W. Choi is a doctoral candidate in psychology. Before shadow work, she was disempowered and holding grudges like it was her full time job. When her body shut down after years of denial, she was forced to look at her source wounds.
In their book, “Honoring Darkness: Embrace Shadow work to nourish and grow your power”, they share their journey in compassionately transforming their grief, anger, denial, fear, unworthiness, conflict, survival mindset, entitlement, manipulation and shame.
Read the book so you can do shadow work and make the sweetest lemonade out of life’s sourest lemons!