LETTING GO OF THE PAST
"Forgiveness is giving up the hope that the past could be any different and Accepting it for what it WAS."
This kind of Forgiveness is Radical.
On this workshop, You will learn Tools and Attitudes that will release You from the past.
How to forgive, what does that mean?
Accept where You Are
Understand the inter-relationship of thoughts and feelings
Getting past denial
Unwinding limiting beliefs
Being compassionate throughout your process
Feeling peace and grace within your heart, mind & body
Become empowered to take responsibility for your reaction to the situation
Receiving the gifts inside the worst things that ever happened
Develop Empathy and Compassion
Create a life that is in alignment with your values and embody your life's purpose with trust and passion.
Step into your highest potential for FREE here
On this free pdf you'll :
Find out your core values
Create a visual representation of your current life using the wheel of life process
Start a conscious enquiry
Create a compelling vision of a future you want
Frequently asked questions
1.- How the past influences your current actions?
Have you ever felt like you've been through the same path many times? This could be with family, friends or even partners. When we don't resolve childhood problems we tend to re-create them in later years. This is how our past affects our present.
2.- Is it possible to set one free from the past?
Yes, it is! You can learn how to create a new life and set up a new Mind map or belief system that can help you move forward. Basically we are a product of whom we believe we are and whom we practice being.
To change this it is important to know whom you want to be in the future, Know your core values, get to know your real true self. From there you can start to create a new You in freedom and expansion.
3.- Is it possible to forgive?
Yes, it is possible, our world is made of stories of people who have been through the most difficult and challenging situations and have managed to find a way to love and honour their past, their choices and most importantly themselves.
When we experience pain we tend to create boundaries to protect ourselves from it happening again. The idea of protection is understandable, but sadly the boundaries we set around us, block mostly ourselves from living fully the life we want.
4.- Is it important to understand what happened in our past?
If you are able to be non-judgemental, compassionate and be willing to expand your heart with love, this could be a really empowering experience. Trying to understand others with a heart full of sorrow only creates more sorrow.