Forgiveness: A Bold Choice for a Peaceful Heart
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.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Foreword by Joan Borysenko Ph D
Why Choose Forgiveness?
The Key to Peace of Mind
20 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
abuse acknowledge adult affirmation Aikido allow anger and resentment asked awareness become behavior believe blame body bodymind breathe choice choose chronic communication compassion conscious Corrie Ten Boom Course in Miracles Dalai Lama Desmond Tutu emotional experience experienced express father fear feel angry feel guilty felt fight-or-flight response gentle give guilt hate healing healthy heart hold hostility hurt Imagine inner child issues judgment learned let go listen little girl live look marriage Matthew Fox mean mind mother nature never nurture offer ourselves pain parents partner Paul Erlich Paul Tillich PAUSE AND REFLECT peace perceptions person physical potential practice forgiveness reaction realized relationship relax release remember repressed response sadness self-forgiveness sense shame share situation someone spiritual Steven McDonald story subpersonality teach teacher tell things Thomas Hopko thought trust truth Type A personality understanding victim visualization willingness