Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Brought to you by Mindful Metropolis
The Shadow Effect is an emotionally-gripping, visually-compelling docudrama that reveals why suppressed emotions and unresolved internal conflicts lead to behavior that continually unseats politicians, destroys celebrity careers, destabilizes the economy and affects the lives of millions each year.
In this age of public humiliation and media meltdowns, the work of New York Times bestselling author, Debbie Ford, continues to make headway as she exposes the opposing forces of both light and dark that compete for attention within every human being. In The Shadow Effect, her film debut, Ford presents the hidden power of “the Shadow” alongside some of today’s most provocative thinkers including Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Mark Victor Hansen, James Van Praagh and others.
In this life-altering journey, individuals who have transcended child abuse, racism, the Holocaust, war, and wounded upbringings, share their remarkable stories. Meet those who have learned to face their terror, heal their wounds, and embrace their higher, heroic selves to overcome the shadow effect.
Please join us on Thursday,
February 4th, 2010,
at Unity in Chicago, 1925 W Thome,
to view this remarkable film about the journey all of us face. Everyone has a shadow – learn out to embrace it and connect with resources for positive growth.
The doors open at 6PM. Light fare will be served, so come early and enjoy the opportunity to meet our sponsors and other MindfuLive! supporters. The film will begin at 7PM and will run approximately 70 minutes. Afterward, there will be a brief presentation (until roughly 9:30PM) by local leaders in Shadow Work who will take questions from the audience.
Purchase your tickets HERE.
Seats are limited. Tickets are $15 in advance. Our last MindfuLive! event was sold out, so please be sure to check this site before arriving at the event as tickets might NOT be available at the door.