Class 5 – Generosity

Class 5 – Generosity

Generosity is the quickest path of forgiveness. When you express generosity, you naturally maintain your boundaries and are mindful of the boundaries of others. You are reliable and accountable. You hold in confidence that which is not yours to share. You show up with...
Class 5 – Generosity

Class 4 – Integrity & Non-Judgement

“Instead of mercilessly judging and criticizing yourself for various inadequacies or shortcomings, self-compassion means you are kind and understanding when confronted with personal failings – after all, who ever said you were supposed to be perfect?” – Dr. Kristin...
Class 5 – Generosity

Braving Forgiveness Exercise

Let’s take what we’ve learned so far and apply it to a real-life scenario. Remember to monitor your emotions when reading this. The goal is to be the self-observer to analyze your reactions. If you become reactive, pause and go to the last step. The...
Class 5 – Generosity

Class 3 – Accountability & Vault

Forgiveness Practice Sing your affirmation: “___(name)___, I fully and freely forgive you.” You can use scales, going up for 7 notes, and going down for 7 notes. Do that 5 times and you have forgiven 7 times 70. You can do this while driving your car (as...
Class 5 – Generosity

Class 2 – Boundaries & Reliability

At the center point of our being, is a point of nothingness which is untouched by illusion, by mistakes, by sin. There’s a point of pure truth. There’s a point of spark that belongs entirely to God. – Thomas Merton Forgiveness Practice 70 x 7 Affirmation:...
Class 5 – Generosity

Class 1 – What is Forgiveness?

“Forgiveness is a unionizing of the soul with God, comparable to the raindrop’s reception by the sea. Our work of forgiveness centers in the self. Forgiveness does not come from God, because God does not receive offense. Forgiveness that restores us, that leads...

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