We all like the idea of forgiveness - doing it is the hard part. If you're holding an old grudge, feeling guilt, or shame from past events, or simply unhappy with the way your life is working out, then you're ready to start testing a set of tools for real change.
With The Power of Radical Forgiveness, Colin Tipping invites you to learn a whole new way to acheive forgiveness - one that will re-frame your perception of the world and your place in it, even as it unburdens you from the past, fills you with peace, and liberates your energy for the unfolding of your higher purpose.
©2009 Colin Tipping (P)2009 Sounds True
It puts it all into perspective. If you really want to grow, this is the book for you. If you want to learn how to be more understanding or work with your temper, this is the book for you.
Not just "forgiveness" you learn how challenging people and situations Help you grow. When you can be thankful for. Bad thing that happened to you, you then are passed it and you then release the negative energy surrounding it. This makes you free
He's not robotic, like some
Very thought provoking, I'll be chewing on this one for awhile. I think since the author had your attention and went out so far from everyday response that he could have gone out a little farther. I suppose that will be material for another book.
Yes, it is worth listening to and considering. One problem is that he argues for his particular paradigm while creating straw dolls of opposing or different points of view. For example, his essentially says that Christian ideas of forgiveness is passive--that forgiveness is done only by God or Jesus. So, he dismisses it. Unfortunately, he misses the point about justice and love.
Probably not. His idea that "Forgiveness is the recognition that nothing was done wrong" is illogical.
it is so simple ... it is very easy to accept what he is saying as it just simply makes so much sense...
excellent material and exercises to clear any issue that causes an emotional bruise and is preventing an emotional healthier version of ourselves.
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