Inspiring Icons Insights
embracing our shadows
By: Sangeeta Maheshwari
Certified Metaphysics Practioner
Author | Inner-Happiness Mentor
An engineer in Geological Science,
Tulin Etyemez Schimberg chose to study Past Life Regression and Shamanic practices.
She lectures on spiritual psychology, inner development for over 25 years, on regression speciality, consciousness studies, self-awareness, survival after death, holographic paradigm, human energy field and medicine, healing, parapsychology, the paradigm shift in science, near-death studies, life after death, shamanism, past lives etc. She is also the chief editor of the monthly Spirit and Matter Magazine (in Turkish).
“She believes that by healing the present moment, we heal the past and the future.”
After spending a weeklong retreat with Tulin on Shamanism, through various journeys, I received many insights and answers to some of my life experiences. Receiving decades of wisdom from various teachers and through self-reflection, I have come to understand how important it is to embrace our shadows.
The more we hate, suppress and curb aspects of ourselves and others, the more fragmented our soul becomes. To heal, we need to accept and create a healthy balance by creating and practicing healthy boundaries.
When we set healthy boundaries, we can own our life.
There is goodness in everything. There is nothing bad in us. We have only parts inside us not functioning at the right time, at the right place.
We can only be enlightened if we bring our shadow to the light.
If we are in the world as spiritual beings, we need to pay attention to the material world and go back to the spiritual realm