Thank you for your interest in Radical Forgiveness
"Not to forgive is to be imprisoned by the past, by old grievances that do not permit life to proceed with new business. Not to forgive is to yield oneself to another's control...to be locked into a sequence of act and response, of outrage and revenge, tit for tat, escalating always. The present is endlessly overwhelmed and devoured by the past. Forgiveness frees the forgiver. It extracts the forgiver from someone else's nightmare." --Lance Morrow
If you ...
- Feel stuck
- Want to forgive someone and can't
- Suffer from any kind of abuse
- Carry a lot of anger, guilt or resentment
- Are caught in recurring patterns
- Are experiencing relationship challenges
- Lack peace of mind
Then RADICAL FORGIVENESS is for you. Radical Forgiveness is an energy based technique, which uses your Higher Self to help you shift blocked energy stored in the body due to negative feelings and misperceptions. When the shift happens, problems dissolve, behavior patterns change, relationships improve and life seems to become better immediately.
Join Karen Bashawaty at 2550 S. Telegraph Rd. Suite 240, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302 for your individual introduction to Radical Forgiveness. Or, join a six week Radical Forgiveness group and learn how to use every tool that Radical Forgiveness offers. Isn't it time you set your spirit free by forgiving?
Close your eyes and think of someone who has hurt you. The offense may be profound or small but deeply painful. The perpetrator may be a stranger - the clerk who was rude to you, the pervert who took your child. More likely, it will be someone close and trusted - the sister who betrayed you, the parent who criticized too often, the spouse who is angry and belligerent, an unfaithful lover. It may even be yourself.
Let all the anger, hurt and resentment you feel for that wrongdoer bubble to the surface. Feel your heart pounding, your stomach churning and your thoughts racing in dark directions.
Now Imagine being free of all that pain in a matter of minutes, hours or days. That's the promise of Radical Forgiveness. It really works! Miracles happen...
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RADICAL FORGIVENESS GIVES ONE WOMAN A NEW PERSPECTIVE...(Excerpt taken from Pathways' Newsletter) By Betsy Hicks
I have climbed many mountains with my son, Joey. I have also tumbled down the paths just when I was sure that I had found the way. My ultimate goal was for Joey to be happy. It may seem small for many parents of children with autism, but when your child screams all day from morning to the middle of the night, the dreams are simple. As Joey progressed and I started to see the little boy I was dreaming of, I rarely patted myself on the back. What I did for him was "never enough". So although Joey improved, my obsession with everything I did, or, more importantly, didn't do for him grew. "The diet could be better", "He needs more supplements", "He should have more therapies", "I need to create a better IEP" were all the mantras I would repeat to myself each day.
Meanwhile, my son wasn't happy. He was being pushed and he could feel my disappointment that things were not perfect. I had a wonderful chakra healer by the name of Lydia Van den Broeck say some simple words to me, "Betsy, you need to accept Joey with grace. "What did this mean? I struggled with the message as if to retaliate, "How do you accept a child that can not tell you if he is scared, hungry, or frustrated?" I kept hearing her words over and over in my head.
It was about two months later that our friend, Stacy Whetlow, called me and told me she was doing these new Radical Forgiveness classes based on the book by Colin Tipping. The book gave me a new perspective that everything holds purpose and through worksheets I was encouraged to say to Joey everyday, "Joey, I love you just the way you are in all your magnificence." I started to do this daily and Joey became happier and happier. He wanted to spend time with me. I stopped all after school therapy and he really started to shine. He wanted to be with me because I could now love who he was. Through the Radical Forgiveness book I was able to forgive myself for everything I simply was not capable of doing for my son and realized that saying to Joey, "I love and accept you" I was actually saying that to myself.