About

Colin E. Davis and Melissa Mari
"We are artists and metaphysicians engaged in alchemical inner work. We share what we learn with the public through theory and inspirational art.  Also, see and hear our alchemical rock band The 01Experience here.

 

Shadow Tech can be seen as a "plug in" for your personal mind body operating system, and an "inoculation" for the "cultural eco-system".  Once the core concepts have been integrated, it gives the individual the ability to see the links between all cyclical conflicts in self, relationships and across culture.  This includes inner turmoil, chronic pain and disease, addictions, reoccurring relationship conflicts as well as cultural conflicts, wars, and global social conflict.  All of these manifestations have common roots.  While conflict itself is a natural consequence of life, cyclical, habitual conflict is rooted in shared wounds and shadow material that gives rise to disease across the spectrum of human experience. 

Shadow Tech is an emerging and novel healing modality and conflict resolution platform. It's also a map for understanding how and why human beings destroy themselves and each other.  Those with an existing spiritual outlook of any kind can benefit, as well as those without one because it redefines prior spiritual understandings into 21st century language.

Shadow Tech is a model that helps us to understand the causes of human evil and to "metabolize" its root sources in ourselves, relationships and society.  It is aligned with Jungian theory as well as hermetic principles, systems theories and cutting edge neuroscience.  With this system, the individual will inherit an entirely new perspective on human darkness and conflict and learn practical methods for transmuting repressed psychic content.  When understood and utilized, it is extremely powerful, but naturally, challenging to the practitioner.

When we present this work publicly, we aim to contextualize the principles so that they integrate well within the existing views of those who are learning.  We want all audiences to really "get" the concepts and practices.