Barry, Alyce. Practically Shameless: How Shadow Work Helped Me Find My Voice, My Path, and My Inner Gold. Longmont, CO: Practically Shameless Press, 2008.
A personal story of awakening from depression and the transformation of the shadow.
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By Alyce Barry. Read by the author. Foreword written and read by Shadow Work® founder Cliff Barry.
Unabridged, on 5 CDs.
A bestseller at Amazon.com
In Practically Shameless, Shadow Work® facilitator Alyce Barry uses her personal story of awakening from depression to explain the human shadow and its transformation, including a riveting first-person account of Shadow Work® processes.
She reveals for the first time the pivotal role played by our resistance to change, the hidden player that seeks to protect us. When honored for its loving guardianship, this inner resister becomes our wisest ally and archetypal source of support.
Read by the author, who offers the reader an opportunity to receive this honoring directly and so to move toward lasting change.
Includes a booklet containing illustrations from the paperback edition and a complete list of CD tracks.
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Details: 5 CDs in an attractive disc wallet, with illustrated booklet. Total run time approx. 5 hours 32 minutes.
Copyright © 2008 Alyce Barry. All rights reserved.
PRAISE FROM READERS OF THE PAPERBACK EDITION:
“Alyce takes us on her amazing journey as she reclaims her joy and her soul. So many heart-touching insights to show us that we can heal, and exactly how.” — Bill Kauth, co-founder of the ManKind Project and author of A Circle of Men
“This work, this book touches my soul. I can envision a new world of people safe in their own skins connecting and working together.” — Deryl Adderson, M.D., family practice physician
“A compelling personal journey through courageous self-discovery and growth that was hard to put down. Alyce travels through her life, revealing her growing inner struggles to escape from her ‘box.’ She hides nothing. Someone has finally written a book on the pervasive shame that shrouds everyday lives in America.” — Mary Walilko, small business owner
“I can now look inside and feel a calm that I don’t ever remember before.” — Jennifer Byrne, musician
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