The International Institute for Radical Forgiveness and Leadership (IIRFL) has been borne out of the Institute for Radical Forgiveness, which was developed by Colin Tipping in 1997. In 2018, Colin chosen Godfrey O’Flaherty to be the Custodian and owner of the Radical Forgiveness work. Godfrey has bought all the Radical Forgiveness Intellectual Property, as well as the business of Radical Forgiveness, as a Global Enterprise from Collin Tipping.
The Institute’s mission is to raise consciousness through expanding forgiveness across the globe. The IIRFL is the official international body which will govern all the work of Radical Forgiveness, globally.
IIRFL Around the World
Radical Forgiveness has been translated into 9 languages across 51 countries. The IIRFL accredit and register coaches across the globe, to add to its already thriving body of coaches and students.
Additionally, IIRFL will continue to expand its global reach, as it recently set up the Africa Institute Affiliatefor IIRFL. The Africa Institute will work throughout the continent in the field of forgiveness and as a bridge-building institution for individuals, organizations and communities.
Training and Development
Under the direction of Godfrey O’Flaherty, we are establishing a Centre for Research, to focus on coaching research about the impact of forgiveness and healing of the body, mind and soul. The Institute is in the process of refreshing our current Radical Forgiveness Coaching and developing other future programs, including:
revamping the existing Radical Forgiveness Master Coaching program;
developing an MSc program in transpersonal psychology, based on the Radical Forgiveness body of knowledge;
creating a Master of Art (MA) in Radical Forgiveness Coaching, which will be a step up from our Master Coaching Program; and
intending to develop Doctoral programs in those two fields in the future
The Colin Tipping Foundation
The IIRFL will house the Colin Tipping Foundation, in loving memory of Colin and his incredible work. This foundation will be a philanthropic organization, managed on behalf of funders. It aims to create projects and programs run under the Radical Forgiveness banner that will facilitate emotional healing around the world. Using the Radical Forgiveness methodologies, projects will include developing youth leaders, addressing gender base discrimination and guiding communities globally on dealing with social challenges. (Using the Radical Forgiveness technology, example projects include developing youth leaders, empowering woman and dealing with social challenges faced by communities around the world.)
IIRFL seeks to play a more active role in the education space. We aim to equip the youth globally, especially from disadvantageous communities to deal effectively with the challenges these communities face. With this aim in mind we strive to contribute constructively to the emotional wellbeing of young learners, throughout the world. The Colin Tipping philanthropy foundation will fund these international systemic forgiveness projects. The mission of the Colin Tipping Foundation is to facilitate emotional wellbeing, living with awareness and resilience which will enable learners to embrace, advance and develop their full human potential.
Finally, leadership development is also at the heart of the Institute’s future focus. With the IIRFL, Godfrey seeks to use his passion and experience in leadership development, by creating programs that will help leaders in communities, organizations and all walks of life to rise above their own egos and in so doing being released from their shadow that derails them from their purpose. In this way, the IIRFL aims to bring reconciliation and promote healing through Radical Forgiveness programs.
The International Institute for Radical Forgiveness and Leadership looks forward to partnering with you on this personal growth and development journey
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Question 1 of 2
1. People with a Physical Sexual Self
A. People with a Physical Sexual Self
1A They are classic extroverts who project their sexuality outwards almost to the point of flaunting it. B. People with an Emotional Sexual Self (Defending their body.) 1B They are the classic introverts and they tend to fold down and withdraw into themselves to protect their feelings of physical vulnerability.
2A They are very comfortable with their bodies and have a high sex drive. They are ready for sex at a moment’s notice and the men can last for hours. 2B They are not in the least bit comfortable in their bodies and have a closed, protective bodily stance that says, “Don’t come close, and don’t touch me.” Their arms will be in front of them as protection and their feet turned inwards.
3A They wear clothes and jewelry that emphasize and bring attention to their physical body and their sexual attractiveness. Image and appearance are very important to them. No matter what they buy, the main consideration is how it makes them look. They go for elegance, style, color, glitz, etc. They would never buy a car on fuel efficiency over style. 3B They dress conservatively to divert attention away from their body and to hide their sexuality. Women will wear high-neck dresses or loose clothing to hide their figures. They will wear minimal makeup, if they wear any at all, and will wear sensible shoes. Men will dress conservatively. They buy cars not on style and image but on which is the most efficient and best engineered.
4A When in conversation with you, they will stand close, lock eyes and scan your face for the least sign of a possible rejection. 4B They do not much like to be touched. Even a light touch quickly turns to irritation. The kind of touch a physical considers affectionate seems like physical assault to him or her.
5A They crave acceptance and attention because of their fear of rejection, which means everything they do is designed to get approval. They are extremely sensitive to criticism. 5B They feel their feelings inwardly and process them mentally. They seldom express feelings outwardly and do not like to show physical affection in public. 6A If rejected, rather than withdraw, they will push forward even more, trying to win you over with charm and persuasion. They become very insistent and pushy. They will not take no for an answer, especially from an emotional sexual person of the opposite sex, to whom they are irresistibly attracted. They can be assertive and controlling, almost to the point of being obnoxious if they sense rejection. 6B They are turned on sexually much more by visual and mental stimuli than by touch. They are not automatically ready for sex like the physical is and need a lot of warming up. Emotional men are not the sexual athletes physical sexual men are. Once they have ejaculated, it is all over, whereas physicals can go on for hours.
7A They are the life and soul of any party, very popular, and always seem comfortable in social situations. They are never at a loss for something to talk about and small talk comes easy to them. 7B They are not particularly social and have great difficulty making small talk. At parties, they are usually the wallflowers. They leave early.
8A They are less concerned about their bodies being hurt than they are about having their feelings crushed. They love to be public with their affection. 8B They feel their feelings inwardly and process them mentally. They seldom express feelings outwardly and do not like to show physical affection in public.
9A They are always ready for sex. Sex is important to them because it gives them validation. To them, sex is acceptance. Refusal is rejection. They are hopelessly idealistic about love and relationships and very romantically inclined. Once in a relationship they tend to be loyal and monogamous. At the same time, they are very jealous and possessive. They enjoy children and are very strong on family. They put family and/or relationships before career or any other aspect of life. It’s their #1 priority. 9B For them, sex is not a high priority, neither is family, children or relationships. Their priority is work and career, followed by their hobby. Relationships come a distant third. They are not very fond of children and they may choose never to marry. They often have extramarital affairs and think little of it because they do not equate love with sex as does the physical. They like the mental excitement of an affair.
10A All their emotions are experienced physically rather than mentally, and when their feelings are hurt, they feel it as intense pain in their bodies. The pain can be so bad that they can literally be incapacitated by it for a long time. 10B They lead with their minds in everything, from work, games and even sex. They are analytical, careful and methodical and therefore seldom spontaneous.
11A When a relationship ends, they are devastated and have a very difficult time letting go of it. They take it very personally and feel utterly rejected. They also have a very hard time replacing. It may be many months before they will have another serious relationship, though they will have plenty of sex in the meanwhile. They need it just to feel OK. 11B When a relationship ends, they get over it in a matter of days and replace easily. They do not take it as a personal rejection of themselves.
12A They are natural risk-takers in all aspects of their lives, so they are often entrepreneurs and/or indulge in very physical sports, especially team sports. 12B If they go into business for themselves, they tend to be accountants, computer programmers, engineers, researchers, and technicians. They like precise, solitary work and are detail oriented. They can be very successful in business. They don’t like team sports but they excel at individual sports that require rigorous training and are self-challenging.
13A They communicate by indirect implication and inferences, relying on the listener to make the correct interpretation. On the other hand, they hear only what is said literally and don’t pick up on inferences. You have to tell them explicitly and frequently that you love them. They will not infer that you do just because you are there. 13B They pick up on inferences and subtle implications, but they speak very directly and precisely. They don’t waste words and are not physically expressive.
Question 2 of 2
2. Which Type Are You?
Now add up all the scores above and divide by 13 to see the extent to which you conform to the physical sexual personality.
Now add up all the scores above and divide by 13 to see the extent to which you conform to the emotional sexual personality.