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When do you suggest that a client should do a worksheet?
Page 1 of the video transcript will give you the answer to this.
As a Radical Forgiveness Coach, you complete a worksheet with a client when__________.
This answer is in the video or transcript.
If a client is completely new to Radical Forgiveness, it is suggested to do some preparatory teaching or have them read Jill’s story before doing a worksheet with them.
Page 2 will be helpful in finding the answer.
It is suggested that your client commits to at least ____ if they want results.
Page 2 has a wealth of information.
It’s important that you encourage your client to be victim totally. If they begin making excuses for the victimizer or making what happened their fault, that’s called a ___________.
Again, page 3.
It is important that your client feels their feelings fully and hold them back. All emotions are good except when we _____ them, this can potentially create harmful energy blocks in our bodies.
Continue onto page 4 for the answer to this one.
The worksheet takes away the mental aspect and begins to work its magic_______.
If you watched the demo of Colin doing the worksheet with JoAnn, you have the answer.
Most people use words to describe what they are feeling that are not real feeling words. They use words that describe their thoughts more than their emotions.
The Feeling Checklist will have your answer.
If people use the words Depressed, Ashamed, Hopeless, Rejected, Guilty, Lonely, Beaten, Tearful, Bored the true feeling is:
You’ll find this on the Feelings Checklist.
The Radical Forgiveness worksheet has its origins in one created by
Chapter 21 in the Radical Forgiveness eBook will give you the answer.