SC Women's Wellness
Embracing Your Shadow
By Skye Vonn
178 PEOPLE HAVE TAKEN THIS COURSE
Winter is the time of year for rest, symbolically and in real-time. The time when the cold and freezing become the healing that sets the soil for Spring and Summer rebirth. The significance of the Autumnal Equinox for the person walking the spiritual path is the time of year where we activate our new cycle of growth. As we become silent and rest we are allowing space for our greater vision to emerge.
As the days get shorter and the nights grow longer, we descend into the darkness of the night and face our own inner darkness—the darkness within, i.e. the ego and the subconscious—to prepare for the birth of the Light within, celebrated at the Winter Solstice.
The heart of the spiritual practice is internal and is usually invisible and unnoticed by everyone else. By enacting the spiritual with a physical ritual, we can both recognize and make concrete our spiritual process that is part of our reality as a person on the spiritual path.
As you turn inward and fall in love with the truth of who you really are,
you become whole, despite the brokenness.”
— CHLOË RAIN
I encourage you to take some time on September 22 this year to acknowledge your life cycle and spiritual path. In doing so, you are honoring, not only your own growth and light within but the ancient wisdom that has served our health and wellness for thousands of years.
What is included in this course:
6 expertly developed lessons for understanding and overcoming control dramas.
Insights on how to act during challenging conversations to communicate your feelings better.
Audio recordings and in-depth information about the four most common types of control dramas and their associated behaviors.
Journaling prompts and tools for becoming more authentic and mindful in order to maintain balance.
Techniques for building resilience and staying calm when facing difficult situations.
Actionable tips on how to listen and support yourself while letting go of things that you cannot control.
Who should take this course:
People seeking to improve their communication skills and interactions with others.
Anyone looking to develop a deeper self-awareness around their own patterns.
Individuals who find themselves involved in control dramas and want to learn practical solutions for mitigating them or stopping them from occurring.
Those wanting to remove self-limiting beliefs or negative behaviors.
Anybody desiring greater life satisfaction and connections with the people in their lives.
Don't let control dramas continue to control you, starting today!
What People Are Saying
"I can't wait to be more effective and conscious in cultivating love and kindness in the way I relate to myself and others. Control dramas are inner demons I have been trying to come to grips with for so long now. I have internalized my childhood tormentors. But now I have a path to set myself free." -Marisa
"I'm loving these sessions, some have made me laugh as I see things in myself and others. It is especially helpful in dealing with other people, for example, negative people that seem to drain your energy, in a way that keeps both sides balanced and calm. Very helpful insights into myself and others, thank you Dr. Jody Janati." -Melissa
"This course is great, and I am getting a whole lot out of it. I do think that each of the control dramas describes our defense tendencies, like what we do under pressure, and yet, it's not something we have to do. Being aware of the motivation for our defense can help us let go more of our mistaken need for control, and I like how she describes that so well. I also like knowing how to defuse it when caught in it." -Shelley
"I have found this course to be very enlightening indeed. I intend to put the learning into practise as much as possible in all of my interactions with others, I know that is easier said than done! It is hard sometimes when you recognise unhealthy behaviours and habits that you have been engaging in yourself. However, it is even more difficult to stay stuck in these patterns as they rarely bring about a good outcome. I am very glad that I purchased this course and am grateful to the author for putting it together." -Fiona
"Great course and I know what I learned will help me in future conflicts." -Marggie
"I really love this course. I will re-read it when needed. It seems very helpful. I would like to be more diplomatic and this helps a lot. I tend to react quickly and blurt out things and it's not always the best thing to do." -Jeannie
About Dr. Jody Janati
Jody Janati, Ed.D. currently teaches in the Communication Studies Department at the University of Minnesota. She has an Ed.D. degree in Organizational Leadership and her primary interest area pertains to interpersonal conflict resolution strategies. As an author and independent consultant, she offers a variety of public and professional workshops on conflict reduction tactics and effective interpersonal communication skills. Dr. Janati's primary focus is to support others in taking a step-by-step approach to conflict management.
How Does It Work?
Starting today, you will receive a new lesson every day for 6 days (total of 6 lessons). Each lesson is yours to keep and you'll be able to refer back to it whenever you want. And if you miss a lesson or are too busy to get to it that day, each lesson will conveniently remain in your account so you won't have to search for it when you're ready to get back to it.
As a free gift, when you sign up for this course, you will also receive the award-winning DailyOM inspiration newsletter which gives you daily inspirational thoughts for a happy, healthy and fulfilling day. We will also let you know about other courses and offers from DailyOM and Dr. Jody Janati that we think you might be interested in.
This course includes:
A Pre-Recorded Podcasts Overview for each module with Skye Vonn
A Dedicated FaceBook Group for Q&A
Two FB Live Sessions
Meditations and Daily Rituals
Home | Courses | Contact Us
© 2020 SC Wellness - All Rights Reserved
No portion of this site can be reprinted without express permission.
Behind the social role you assume, behind all your pretensions of being a good citizen, a fine scholar, a great person of faith, politician, parent, or whatever you claim to be...behind this facade, there is a certain element of an unreconstructed bum, not as something to be condemned or wailed over or ashamed of, rather as something to be recognized as contributive to one's greatness, and positive aspects in the same way that manure is contributive to the sweet fragrance of the rose.