Forgiveness: A Bold Choice for a Peaceful Heart

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Random House Publishing Group, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 246 pages
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Drawing on the philosophy of A Course in Miracles, Casarjian gives a new and surprising definition of forgiveness and provides original exercises and meditations that acknowledge our hurt even as they lead us beyond it. The book explores special cases involving family members, crime victims, self-forgiveness, and forgiveness of God.
 

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Contents

Foreword by Joan Borysenko
1
CHOOSING FORGIVENESS
7
The Key to Peace of Mind
23
Three Learning to Forgive on Neutral Territory
42
Seeing the Light
44
Letting Pain Be Pain
48
Five Finding and Telling the Truth
58
Discovering the Truth
59
Eight Forgiving the Children
112
Forgiving a Child
118
A Great Birth
135
Calling on the Great Mother
159
In Sickness and in Health
173
Eleven Forgiveness and Physical Healing
195
The Mass Scapegoat
209
Thirteen Forgiveness God and Grace
220

FORGlVlNG YOUR FAMILY
71
A Native in Their Land
81
Seven Forgiving Your Spouse
95
Epilogue
234
Reading List
242
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Casarjian is founder/director of the National Emotional Literacy Project for Prisoners.

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