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Radical Forgiveness: A Revolutionary Five-Stage Process to Heal Relationships, Let Go of Anger and Blame, Find Peace in Any Situation [NOOK Book]

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Could there be a divine purpose behind everything that happens? If you're willing to embrace this possibility, every aspect of your life can change. This is the theory behind Radical Forgiveness, Colin Tipping's revolutionary method for liberating your energy for the soul's highest expression.

In Radical Forgiveness, readers join Colin for step-by-step instruction in what begins as a healing process, and culminates in a paradigm-shifting path ...

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Radical Forgiveness: A Revolutionary Five-Stage Process to Heal Relationships, Let Go of Anger and Blame, Find Peace in Any Situation

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Overview

Could there be a divine purpose behind everything that happens? If you're willing to embrace this possibility, every aspect of your life can change. This is the theory behind Radical Forgiveness, Colin Tipping's revolutionary method for liberating your energy for the soul's highest expression.

In Radical Forgiveness, readers join Colin for step-by-step instruction in what begins as a healing process, and culminates in a paradigm-shifting path to awakening. With this updated and revised edition, readers will discover:

  • How to transform difficult emotions like anger, fear, and resentment into unconditional love, gratitude, and peace
  • The five essential stages of Radical Forgiveness, and how they help us transcend the victim archetype and embrace the inherent perfection of life
  • The tools of Radical Forgiveness-a series of quick, effective, and easy-to-use techniques and processes including "Fake It 'Til You Make It," "Collapsing the Story," "Satori Breathwork," and more

"Radical Forgiveness is much more than the mere letting go of the past," writes Colin. "It is the key to creating the life that we want and the world that we want." With Radical Forgiveness, he puts that key in our hands.

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Editorial Reviews

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"Radical Forgiveness is a masterfully presented system of undoing what has caused pain in your life."
-- Alan Cohen

"This superb book makes genuine forgiveness possible, enabling us to move beyond pain and heal our lives."
-- John Bradshaw

"We can never say enough about the significance of forgiveness, nor offer people enough guidance on how to accomplish this arduous task."
-- Caroline Myss, Ph.D.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591798217
  • Publisher: Sounds True, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 82,676
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Colin Tipping was born in England and taught at London University before immigrating to the United States in 1984. With his wife JoAnn, he co founded the Georgia Cancer Help Program and Together-We-Heal, Inc., and founded The Institute for Radical Forgiveness Therapy and Coaching. Tipping is the author of the international bestseller Radical Forgiveness: Making Room for the Miracle and other books and online programs based on the practice of Radical Forgiveness.
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations and Tables ix

Acknowledgments xi

Introduction xiii

Part 1 A Radical Healing

1 Jill's Story 3

Part 2 Conversations on Radical Forgiveness

2 Underlying Assumptions 39

3 Worlds Apart 47

4 Accountability 69

5 Radical Forgiveness Therapy 79

6 The Mechanisms of the Ego 87

7 Hideouts and Scapegoats 97

8 Attraction and Resonance 107

9 Cause and Effect 113

10 Mission "Forgiveness" 121

11 Transforming the Victim Archetype 139

12 The Ego Fights Back 149

13 Time, Medicine, and Forgiveness 153

14 As Above, So Below 175

Part 3 Assumptions Expanded

15 Articles of Faith 187

Part 4 Tools for Radical Forgiveness

16 A Spiritual Technology 213

17 The Five Stages of Radical Forgiveness 223

18 Fake It Till You Make It 229

19 Feeling the Pain 235

20 Collapsing the Story 245

21 The Radical Forgiveness Worksheet 257

22 Four Steps to Forgiveness 303

23 Seeing the Christ in Another 309

24 Forgiveness Is a Three-Letter Word 313

25 Forgiveness Rituals 317

26 Artful Forgiveness 321

27 Satori Breathwork 327

28 The Radical Release Letter 331

29 The Forgiveness Rose 335

30 A Wake for the Inner Child 339

Afterword 345

Notes 353

Further Resources 355

About the Author 357

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  • Posted May 6, 2010

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    Transcending the Victim Archetype

    What's so radical about the book, "Radical Forgiveness"? For starters, author Colin Tipping asserts that in order to truly forgive, we must first fully experience our victimhood... and then let go of it completely. The idea here is that once we've sufficiently wallowed in our victimhood and release our need to be proven right, we are ready to realize the lesson that spiritual teachers such as Jesus Christ taught, which is that there are no such things as victims.

    Radical Forgiveness provides a highly unique forgiveness solution for spiritual readers whose minds are open to contemplating the notion that even the most horrible "wrongs" we have suffered in our lives (and each and every one of us has suffered many damaging incidents), are actually life lessons from a deeper reality than most of us usually recognize. The premise of Radical Forgiveness consists of helping us become more fully aware of how our lives are actually divine gifts, filled with tremendous opportunities for us to free each and every fear. Often we miss out on fully taking advantage of opportunities to face and release our fears, due to the human tendency to adopt a victim mindset while fixing blame elsewhere. When we can back up enough to see the big picture, we can begin to notice that blaming others while attempting to prove we are in the right is not a spiritually mature coping strategy, nor a healthy approach to truly moving onward and upward. When viewing life's most horrendous situations with all-encompassing love, we can overcome any hardship and situation, as we learn to embrace each challenge and opportunity.

    The truly BIG idea behind Radical Forgiveness is that there exists an underlying orderliness to the Universe, and an interconnectivity between ourselves and All That Is. This hidden order and interconnectedness can help us see our own (previously hidden) mistaken beliefs that we had adopted as "truth." We can find and release our old mistaken beliefs, and be much healthier and better off for doing so. Whereas traditional forgiveness, "... takes it as a given that something wrong happened," with Radical Forgiveness, "the willingness to forgive is present, but not the need to condemn." What changes is one's desire to be right... to be correct... is let go from the newfound point of view that nothing wrong happened, and consequently there is nothing to forgive.

    Rather than viewing an experience as someone having done something bad to you (which corresponds to Victim Consciousness in viewpoints of the world of Humanity), it is therefore possible to see from the World of Divine Truth how everything is exactly right. These are two opposing endpoints on a vibrational scale of consciousness, and utilizing the methods found in Radical Forgiveness thereby require readers to be open to accepting and adopting a very spiritual perspective.

    8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 8, 2010

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    Radical Forgiveness ~ Your Pathway to Peace

    Tipping's book has helped me see that there is a deeper meaning in every relationship and I become able to see the perfection in the situation. We
    are given a "spiritual technology" that allows us to reframe our stories
    and gain freedom from resentment, bitterness and anger in the process. We
    are shown that our relationships exist to challenge erroneous core beliefs
    in order to heal them. We are no longer victims. Tipping offers concrete
    tools such as The Radical Forgiveness Worksheet to help complete the process.
    If you've read A Course in Miracles and/or The Disappearance of the Universe, you will recognize parallels here, however, Radical Forgiveness is the quick road to forgiveness. If you are ready to drop resentment and find true freedom, I highly recommend reading this work.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2010

    Your answer to happiness

    The title says it all and is what is needed to let go of the past and continue on with your happiness. I have never written a review before but this book puts it all together. I feel compelled to tell others that the message in this book is very powerful if you have an open heart to listen. I promise you it will make you think, think about your view of life and what you have accepted as true of life. The book provides a view that makes it so much easier to get through any situation life presents. If you struggle with letting go of the past this book shows you the perspective you need in order to let go. It tells you how to answer your true calling for happiness once you have done so. This book is TRULY AMAZING and definetly Heaven sent.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2014

    Highly Recommended

    This book honestly changed my life. I have recommended it at least ten times in the last month! It is a game changer. I would highly recommend it for anyone who is looking to make positive changes in their life.

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    Posted May 19, 2013

    This book was recommended by a friend. She said to read it and i

    This book was recommended by a friend. She said to read it and it hits you on a spiritual level. After reading it I agree. I'm telling everyone to read this. My outlook on life has changed and I find that I am at peace.

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  • Posted June 26, 2011

    Transforming and powerful

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  • Posted January 27, 2011

    one of the best self help books

    this book changed my life. i am very greatful for the concepts that really work!

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  • Posted December 5, 2009

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    A life-changing book

    I thought I had done a lot of forgiveness work, but I realized I had not even began to come close to healing. This book takes you there in an easy step by step way. It does take time and effort, but it is well worth it in the end!

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