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FullMoon::Eclipse::Parts & ShadowWork

In the vast expanse of the night sky, the full moon emerges as a celestial beacon, symbolizing culmination, clarity, and the peak of emotional intensity. Its luminous glow casts a light on hidden truths, bringing to the forefront what was once obscured in the shadows of our subconscious.

As the moon reaches its fullest phase, it mirrors the concept of parts work within ourselves, where all facets of our being are illuminated and integrated into a unified whole. Just as the full moon reveals every crater and surface detail, parts work encourages us to acknowledge, accept, and integrate all aspects of our personalities, both light and dark.

In contrast, an eclipse occurs when the Earth, Moon, and Sun align in a rare celestial dance, casting shadows and disrupting the usual cycle of light and darkness.

This cosmic event serves as a metaphor for shadow work, where we confront our deepest fears, insecurities, and unresolved traumas that have long been eclipsed by our conscious mind.

During an eclipse, the shadow obscures the light temporarily, challenging us to delve into the depths of our psyche and unearth buried emotions and beliefs. Similarly, in shadow work, we confront our inner darkness, embracing it with compassion and courage to facilitate healing and transformation.

Through the interplay of the full moon and the eclipse, we are reminded of the intricate balance between light and shadow within ourselves. Just as the moon waxes and wanes, and eclipses come and go, our journey of parts work and shadow work is a continuous process of growth, self-discovery, and ultimately, self-acceptance in the ever-changing landscape of our inner world.

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I resonate a lot with this. Make sense It makes sense how introverted I've wanted to be. And all the emotion.

I feel dancing in the shadows right now trusting in the light will come. Thank you!!!

Mar 28
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And so it is!

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