The Soul’s Hidden Face with Connie Zweig


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Deep within the cavern of our unconscious reside our forbidden feelings, secret wishes, hidden hurts and creative urges. Over time, these forces become what we call our “shadow.” Bringing our shadow out into the light brings deeper self-knowledge and authenticity, better relationships, and often the ability to tap into our creative depths. Connie Zweig, a Jungian psychotherapist who specializes in shadow-work, reminds us that not everything about our shadow is bad or wrong. If we think of our shadow “as a darkroom, in which our dreams and images lie dormant, then shadow-work is like the process of development by which they come back to life.”


Zweig is the founder of the Institute for Shadow-Work and Spiritual Psychology, and co-author with Steve Wolf of Romancing the Shadow: Illuminating the Dark Side of the Soul (Ballantine 1997).

Topics Explored in this Dialogue:

  • Recognizing and dealing with mid-life crisis
  • Getting to know your own shadow
  • How to put an end to self-sabotaging behavior
  • Building bridges between your psychological and emotional worlds
  • Defusing negative emotions and breaking the cycle of repetitive fighting
  • How to solve conflict and create better relationships in the workplace
  • Mythological archetypes that can provide insight to your shadow side

Host: Michael Toms            Interview Date: 12/11/1997                      Program Number: 2691              


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