Radical Forgiveness

Author: Colin Tipping
Publisher: Sounds True
ISBN: 1591798213
Size: 32.82 MB
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Could there be a divine purpose behind everything that happens? If you’re willing to embrace this possibility, every aspect of your life can change. This is the theory behind Radical Forgiveness, Colin Tipping’s revolutionary method for liberating your energy for the soul’s highest expression. In Radical Forgiveness, readers join Colin for step-by-step instruction in what begins as a healing process, and culminates in a paradigm-shifting path to awakening. With this updated and revised edition, readers will discover: How to transform difficult emotions like anger, fear, and resentment into unconditional love, gratitude, and peace The five essential stages of Radical Forgiveness, and how they help us transcend the victim archetype and embrace the inherent perfection of life The tools of Radical Forgiveness—a series of quick, effective, and easy-to-use techniques and processes including “Fake It ‘Til You Make It,” “Collapsing the Story,” “Satori Breathwork,” and more “Radical Forgiveness is much more than the mere letting go of the past,” writes Colin. “It is the key to creating the life that we want and the world that we want.” With Radical Forgiveness, he puts that key in our hands.

A Psychological Inquiry Into The Meaning And Concept Of Forgiveness

Author: Jennifer M. Sandoval
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317206835
Size: 62.25 MB
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This book explores the psychological nature of forgiveness for both the subjective ego and what Jung called the objective psyche, or soul. Utilizing analytical, archetypal, and dialectical psychological approaches, the notion of forgiveness is traced from its archetypal and philosophical origins in Greek and Roman mythology through its birth and development in Judaic and Christian theology, to its modern functional character as self-help commodity, relationship remedy, and global necessity. Offering a deeper understanding of the concept of "true" forgiveness as a soul event, Sandoval reveals the transformative nature of forgiveness and the implications this notion has on the self and analytical psychology.

Heart Healing

Author: Susyn Reeve
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
ISBN: 1633535894
Size: 27.89 MB
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“This book serves as your personal heart healing coach to . . . free your heart and mind of the wounds of the past.” —Jamie Lynn Sigler, actress on The Sopranos Whatever the cause of your heartbreak—the end of a relationship, the death of a loved one, a divorce, shattered dreams, a family feud, a life-threatening diagnosis, career turmoil, or past abuse that repeats over and over again—it is never too early or too late to courageously forgive and let go. Filled with stories, proven exercises, and powerful affirmations to free you from any resentment and anger you are holding towards yourself or others, this book offers potent opportunities for lasting, life-changing heart-healing. The “emotional clutter” of old resentments, grudges, guilt, and shame are blocks to love and a direct call for action. Readers will learn: The distinction between a closed and broken heart To identify the specific beliefs that continue to activate your emotional wounds and unresolved anger How to forgive yourself and others using the Deal-Heal-Forgive Process How healing your heart contributes to healing the broken-heartedness in the world today. With wisdom gained from her own heartbreak story and decades of study with Joseph Campbell, Jean Houston, Robert Fritz, don Miguel Ruiz and thousands of clients and students, Susyn Reeve has written a refreshingly honest and practical guide to living a life of contentment, connection, and long-overdue love. “Heartbreak is a painful fact of life. Be prepared to free your heart, because you were born worthy.” —Nell Merlino, creator of Take Our Daughters to Work Day

50 Ways To Worry Less Now Reject Negative Thinking To Find Peace Clarity And Connection

Author: Gigi Langer, PhD
Publisher: Possum Hill Press
ISBN: 0999122010
Size: 75.11 MB
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Thirty years ago, Gigi Langer was a prisoner of her worries who used alcohol, romance, and professional accomplishments to soothe her frayed nerves. After applying tools from therapy, recovery programs, scientific research, and a variety of philosophical and spiritual teachings, she stopped drinking and discovered how to overcome her own anxieties and stress. Worry Less Now offers four life strategies and 50 eclectic tools to dissolve the “whispered lies” of negative self-talk. Although many books address negative thinking, very few give the reader step-by-step directions on how to defeat it. Others simply advocate a single approach. With candor and humor, Langer describes a wide variety of strategies that helped her and others defeat dysfunctional relationships, perfectionism, addiction, and worry about loved ones. As an award-winning writer and professor, Langer skillfully shares compelling stories and exercises that empower you to: -MANAGE life’s most difficult challenges with calm wisdom -CREATE healthy relationships that blossom and thrive -FULFILL your dreams through positive thinking -SERVE others in their personal growth Regardless of the situation, Worry Less Now will help you move through it with courage, hope, and insight.