SHADOW WORK: FINDING YOUR LIGHT IN DARKNESS
By Pearry Teo, writing as Aiwass Ukei, Edited by Lindy Ryan
February 21, 2022
UNDERSTANDING, LOVING AND HEALING THE DARK PARTS OF OUR PSYCHE
Shadow Work brings light new information of this Jungian principle by understanding our own shadows and how to heal from them to lead an authentic life that inspires, heals, connects and prospers. This book not only covers the psychological aspects of Shadow Work in our self-growth and development, but how it relates to the Universe from mathematics to spiritual ideologies. How do we and our Shadow side connect with others and the Universe is the foundations that we can utilize to create the life and destiny we deserve.
Filled with many different tools including exercises and meditations, this book shows us how to reclaim our true authentic selves, transmute our darkness into gifts, and discover what hidden talents lies within what we have repressed for so long.
ABOUT PEARRY TEO
Dr. Aiwass Ukehi is the moniker ofSingaporean Chinese writer/director PEARRY TEO, who established himself with the short film Liberata Me, winning Best Short at the New York International Film Festival, which garnered the attention of U.S. producers. He soon made history as the first from his native country to direct a Hollywood feature film with The Gene Generation (Lionsgate), based on a comic book series with a cult following, starring Bai Ling and Academy Award® winner Faye Dunaway.
Additional directorial credits include the medieval action/fantasy Witchville (Universal) filmed on location in China, Dracula: The Dark Prince (Lionsgate) with Academy Award® winner Jon Voight, the Clive Barker-inspired horror festival hit Necromentia (Image Entertainment), and The Curse of Sleeping Beauty starring Ethan Peck, India Eisley, and Natalie Hall.
Teo served as an Executive Producer on The Wachowski / Tom Tykwer film Cloud Atlas (Warner Bros) starring Oscar® winners Tom Hanks and Halle Berry. He also co-produced George Romero’s Day of the Dead with Millennium Films while simultaneously directing Hellboy VR, the Virtual Reality experience for the 2019 movie starring David Harbour and Milla Jovovich.
Teo’s films have won several awards including Best Horror Feature for Dead Inside at the Women’s International Film Festival, and Best Feature for The Gene Generation at the San Francisco Independent Film Festival. Most recently, Teo’s movie The Assent, starring Academy Award Winner Tatum O'Neal, opened to a sold-out show at the 2019 Toronto Film Festival, followed by the sold-out US premiere at the Shockfest Film Festival in Las Vegas, where Teo won for Best Director.