The Steps to Take for Complete Forgiveness: A Workbook
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Imagine having more Love, Joy, and Peace of Mind!
Be free of your resentments, hostility, and grudges for good.
This self development, self compassion, and self help workbook will help you:
- Get rid of past upsets.
- Gain self forgiveness and self love.
- Reduce stress and be much happier.
- Make positive and permanent changes in your life.
- Deal with the most awful things done to you.
- Learn what abuse and trauma survivors need to know.
- Handle how to forgive yourself for hurting someone.
- Deal with the many emotional blocks that prevent forgiving.
- Discover which of the over 40 powerful forgiveness techniques is best for you.
This book gives you the secrets and essentials to forgive more easily.
What it says
- Forgiveness is for you, not for your offender. It allows you to live in freedom and joy, regardless of what has gone before.
- You might be right, they do not deserve forgiveness. BUT, you forgive for yourself, for your benefit, and your peace of mind.
- The purpose of forgiving is for letting go of the negative emotions and thoughts that produce depression, resentment, and anger.
- At some level, harboring any resentment, large or small, affects your life and interactions with people.
- Gaining self-forgiveness is vital to your emotional happiness, spiritual connection, and physical health.. The book answers why we sabotage ourselves and how to deal with it.
- Forgiveness does not demand reconciliation. Reconciliation requires the deep work of rebuilding trust. Forgiveness is an excellent first step.
- Forgiveness is not a pardoning of bad behavior or the justification of an offense. You can forgive and set limits on bad behavior.
- You can forgive and choose to never see the other person again to protect against abusive behavior.
- You may wait forever for an apology because the person may have a different perspective.
- Forgive and forget is a myth. The brain is not set up to forget. Real forgiveness allows the upset to fade in the mind because it is no longer activated. Trying to forget about a hurt is not forgiveness but denial. The negative results of denial influence you in a gradual, subtle way, but with harmful effects under the surface of your mind, causing trouble for you when you aren’t even aware of it.