You Can Experience Freedom of the Mind and Heart
Consider the following questions:
- Do you ever make negative judgments about yourself or others?
- Are you holding onto any regret, remorse, sorrow, guilt or shame about the past?
- Do you carry any anger, resentment, blame or indignation toward yourself or anyone else?
- Do you lack self-confidence or habitually put the wants, needs and desires of others ahead of your own well-being?
- Do you have any areas in your life that aren’t working as you want, no matter how you try to improve them?
If the answer is yes to any of these – even in the smallest degree – then you have something to forgive.
True Forgiveness Means Freedom
Forgiveness liberates you from the oppressive burdens of negative judgments, unresolved emotions and the chafing restrictions of limiting beliefs from the past. You forgive so that you can be clean mentally and emotionally, so that you can move forward in your life powerfully, with purpose, clarity and confidence. You forgive so that you can be free, fully self-expressed and have the ability to achieve your dreams.
The Forgiveness Handbook is structured as a series of answers to commonly asked questions and frequently held assumptions about forgiveness, offering new perspectives and useful tools you can put to use immediately.
As a Handbook, it is designed to serve as a reference and an overview of the what, why and how of forgiveness. With each chapter addressing a specific common question about forgiveness and forgiving, you can pick it up any time and get a quick set of insights and reminders to help you through any challenges you might happen to face from hurtful events of your life past or present.
At the end of every chapter of The Forgiveness Handbook are optional journaling exercises to complete. The exercises are designed to be done in sequence and to build on one another. If you do each of the exercises as you move through the book, you’ll end up having completed your own personal process of forgiveness around one or more people or incidents from your life.
The purpose and intent of The Forgiveness Handbook is to inspire, motivate, encourage and cajole you into adopting and keeping a regular practice of forgiveness in your life. As you do so, you’ll find that you have the freedom to more fully be and become a unique, whole and unbridled expression of who you were born to be.
Don’t put it off any longer. Embark on a journey of forgiveness and give yourself more freedom today.