Category Archives: Shift in Consiousness

I’m not OK, you’re not OK; but that’s OK!

I’m not OK, you’re not OK; but that’s OK! I love that line: I’m not OK, you’re not OK; but that’s OK! It captures the truth about who we are and the fact that we were never meant to be … Continue reading

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Felons, Monks and Mystics at San Quentin

If someone told you that there was a prison in America that had a feel of a monastery about it, would you buy that? I sure as heck wouldn’t — not before last Wednesday, April 16th, anyway. That was the … Continue reading

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Can People Only Like Nelson Mandela Achieve Forgiveness

In a moving tribute to Nelson Mandela, Maya Angelou (see below) made the point that courage is the greatest of human virtues on which all the others rest, including forgiveness. It was Mandela’s incredible courage that enabled him to choose … Continue reading

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Retrieve Yourself

If your soul’s purpose in being on this earth plane is to experience separation in a wide variety of forms in order to really get what Oneness is, where better to begin than with yourself? How about you first create … Continue reading

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The Jonathan Livingstone Seagull Effect

I mentioned last week that knowing who you are is a big part of Radical Self-Forgiveness. You may remember the story of Jonathan Livingstone Seagull. Written by Richard Bach, this is the story of an ordinary seagull who aspires to … Continue reading

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Taking Responsibility

Even though Radical Forgiveness and Radical Self-Forgiveness take the position that, according to spiritual law, everything is as it should be and that there are no victims or perpetrators, we still are subject to human law while we are in … Continue reading

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Meditating on Forgiveness

I have always made a big point about the fact that the tools of Radical Forgiveness do not depend on us being in a meditative state.  When I read the 13 Steps, for instance, I read out each step in … Continue reading

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Is Radical Forgiveness a Cure for Cancer?

Time and healing are directly related. For us to evolve to the extent that we can heal ourselves, we must have most of our consciousness in present time – not in the past or the future, but in the now. … Continue reading

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You Can Heal the World

Today is the day when Americans celebrate their independence as a nation. On this day, I would like to offer all the world’s citizens a different way to celebrate: Radical Transformation. Of all the Radical Living Strategies we offer under … Continue reading

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Summer of Love… and Radical Forgiveness

As I noted last week, this summer I am on a mission to bring the transformative power of Radical Forgiveness to my native land of England. I will be keeping a video log of my travels, and I hope you … Continue reading

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