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Inner Critic Eviction Notice

Radical Forgiveness is the unconditional acceptance of what is, as is; because that is exactly how it is meant to be. When we apply this to ourselves, we can say that Radical Self-Forgiveness is accepting the consequences of being ourselves. … Continue reading

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What Exactly Is Radical Living Coaching?

What Exactly Is Radical Living Coaching? Let me begin to answer this question by saying what it is not. At first blush, you would think that it is a fancy name for just another form of life coaching. You would … Continue reading

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Radical Forgiveness Saves Businesses

Radical Forgiveness Saves Businesses We are very familiar with the idea that families consist of complex energy fields. These large fields will contain the energies of the parents, grandparents, children, in-laws, aunts, uncles, and so on. Depending on the ages … Continue reading

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Art for the Health of It

Art for the Health of It On the webinar last Thursday we discussed how art can be used in a very effective way to anchor the transformational shift brought about by the Radical Forgiveness experience. As you may know, there … Continue reading

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Worksheets Rock!

Did you miss the webinar last Thursday? And the replay? Pity. You would have enjoyed it. Along with all the others, it is now in the archives of Colin’s Cafe, our membership site. The webinar was on how to tap … Continue reading

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Depression Part 2

Depression Part 2 Last week we looked at the idea that depression was some kind of a wake-up call from within, the message being, “Heal your pain or continue suffering.” I also claimed we have had a lot of success … Continue reading

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Healing Depression and PTSD, Part 1.

Healing Depression and PTSD, Part 1 The constantly recurring question in the minds of those who are even just a little bit depressed, has got to be, “Why Do I feel like this?” And then, immediately following that, “What’s wrong … Continue reading

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Blowing Your Own Horn Isn’t Easy

Blowing Your Own Horn Isn’t Easy Growing up, I was always taught to be modest and not to be seen blowing my own trumpet. (That’s the English version, but it’s the same. It’s a horn.) To this day I find … Continue reading

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Do you attach strings to the gifts you give?

Do you attach strings to the gifts you give? “Oh, how nice – just what I wanted. Thank you so much.” [Oh heck! How awful! What am I going to do with this thing now? It will have to be … Continue reading

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The Joy (and Pain) of the Family Reunion

Can the Pain of the Family Reunion be Turned to Joy? It’s Fall already. November is upon us. The leaves are turning all sorts of gorgeous colors as they and much of the natural world begins to turn inward and … Continue reading

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