What’s Next

Congratulations! You made it! I hope you feel good and that you can sense that energy has shifted. If not, don’t worry. I can assure you that it is working anyway so look out for some to changes to occur in the days and weeks ahead. You might be very surprised, and when they happen, we would love to hear about it. Please feel free to send us an e-mail sharing the changes that arise. You can e-mail us at support@radicalforgiveness.com.

You might be wondering, what’s next? Should I follow this up with something else? Well, it is up to you, of course, but perhaps I can help you decide by making a couple of observations.

First, in doing all this work, especially when doing the timeline, you may have discovered that the same kind of thing has happened to you over and over in your life. Maybe it has shown up in most if not all, your personal relationships as well as at work.

You may have unhealed issues with one or both of your parents (usually the one of the opposite sex to you), your partner, kids, siblings, friends and/or co-workers. As a way for them to be healed, these issues are being played out in all your adult relationships, including those you encounter at work.

There is no doubt that the work you have just done around this person will have gone a long way towards healing your childhood wounds that form the core of your particular beliefs. Nevertheless, it might be worth checking in with yourself to see whether there might be some real value in doing this program again on others that showed up on your timeline.

Second, it is not uncommon, after having done the forgiveness work on someone else, to come to the realization that all along you had been projecting your own self-hatred onto them and made him or her your scapegoat.

This sometimes leads to feelings of guilt and regret, especially if that person is now out of your life or even dead. I would encourage you to feel those feelings and to love yourself for feeling them. They are natural, human emotions to have under the circumstances but, knowing what you know now about the perfection in everything, do your best to talk yourself out of it. The best way to do that is through Radical Self-Forgiveness.

Should you be in this position, I would advise you to do the Online Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance Program. For anyone with a tendency towards critical self-judgment, this is a very good program to do. It should not take you more than seven days to do the program, but you have access to it for a lifetime.

Finally, let me remind you that even though you have just spent 21 days doing this program, this doesn’t mean that Radical Forgiveness is just for dissolving energy around the major emotional events that happened in the past. The fact is that it is a tool that you can use almost daily to deal with events as they occur, saving you lots of trips to Victimland and averting some otherwise costly dramas.

Go online and do the free worksheets, or use the 13 Steps to Radical Forgiveness CD, which is quick and easy.

The point here that I am trying to make is that you now have a technology at your fingertips to help you keep your energy clear and raise your vibration. Make it a habit to use it and your life will change dramatically, I promise. It is certain to make your life a lot more enjoyable, productive and rewarding.

However, if after all this, there is still an issue that you find difficult to move beyond, and you would like to work with me in a small workshop situation to get it out of your system forever, and then think about coming to a workshop. Doing a workshop after having done this 21 Day program would cap it off in a wonderful way, I have no doubt about that. Click here to check the website for the listings.

Goodbye and God bless.