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The reason why traditional forgiveness doesn’t work is that it is trying to reconcile two contradictory energies; the desire to forgive and the need to condemn.
Video 1 will you give the answer to this.
‘Satori’ is a Japanese word that means
You can read the transcript or watch video #1 for the answer.
When you have a recurring pattern, you will have to do Radical Forgiveness on each instance it has happened.
Look at Video 2.
Fill in the Blank. Once we begin the awakening and see the purpose in everything, we develop the ________ who keeps us out of victimland.
The Radical Karma Model will have your answer.
A karmic unit is a measure of the pain of separation — that which we have come to this planet to experience in order to magnify our sense of forgiveness.
Check the wording of this carefully.
We see the world through two lenses. They are…
If you did your Radical Karma exercise, you’ll know the answer to this.
Although we understand that we live in two realities at the same time (the world of humanity and the world of divine truth) where does our commitment lie?
The Soul’s Journey transcript will be a good place to look.
Which pair are examples of pseudo-forgiveness?
Start on page 64 of the Radial Forgiveness eBook.
Most people define the ego 2 ways 1. Ego as our enemy or 2. Ego as our loving guide. Which definition fits in with Radical Forgiveness Philosophy?
Did you read Chapter 6 of the Radical Forgiveness eBook?
Which training resource demonstrates a pattern of abandonment?