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Devaki Sokaris

Live the life your soul wants

Embrace your dark side

Embracing the parts of you that are negative can help you grow.

What happens when you feel your inner peace is just finally feeling intact and then something triggers you, and out steps your shadow for its 15 mins of shame, then after all you want to do is crawl into the hole you came out of.

If you don’t face your shadow self you will continue to be faced with people who reflect your shadow back to you.

We all must accept we have a shadow self, and the truth is we will will be faced with aspects of it to deal with for the rest of our lives.

Getting to know the parts of our selves we have disowned can lead to a more fulfilling life. It’s not so hard to recognize the shadow if we become more conscious of what we are projecting on to others.

Wonderful people have shadows and that means they may be humble, compassionate, caring, kind and yes, an a-hole as well. (Sorry but true).

Those who own their shadows and embrace what they need to heal in themselves will transform many aspects of the shadow self throughout a lifetime.

In times where you may feel like projecting, if you draw back from negatively projecting, and own the feelings your experiencing it will give you time to connect with what might be triggering the behaviour within.

We arrive into this world with unfinished business and a soul’s bucket list to fulfil, so it’s far easier to accept and embrace these aspects of our self and work with understanding who we are.

Self-awareness is important and you are never finished with gaining more. No one likes their shadow self but it needs your loving attention along with all your good qualities.


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