Forgiveness is not a last resort, it's the first stop. Maybe it feels like you're doing life wrong and maybe not. Maybe life feels pretty good, but there are a couple of things or areas in your life you feel could level up. Either way this book is for you. Pragmatic forgiveness is about pardoning, excusing, and letting go of people, things and experiences that no longer serve you and your greater good. You have to lovingly dismiss the detrimental, the toxic, and the energy that takes you down. You have to release obligation and only serve commitment. Wouldn't you like to jump to the end of the game and be the winner every time?
There is the concept of forgiveness, and then there is the actual application of it. This book offers the opportunity to truly understand forgiveness and actually implement it for oneself. It provides a nonreligious approach to utilizing forgiveness. Here is your guide to understanding forgiveness, knowing how and when to implement it, and creating your life.
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About the Author
She started her journey in the healing arts as an observer, watching her mom and dad transform their lives in a matter of ten days. Then, she became a client. Melissa started mainly with Hypnotherapy, and then NLP, Reiki, Acupuncture, and herbs. The work she did profoundly helped her transform her life in a very short period of time. She learned how to clear her anger, communicate more efficiently and effectively, and how self-care and self-work is imperative to implement as a regular part of life. Being an effective practitioner means doing the work. She is a strong believer in "walking the talk." She also loves to learn through workshops, special training, reading, documentaries, and authentic conversations. She believes in the power of forgiveness and the importance of healing. She has overcome serious illness, worked through toxic relationships, and learned the importance of the word no, the word yes, and what boundaries mean.
Melissa helps people break-through and clear their "crap" (mental and emotional baggage) so that they can pursue what has seemed out of reach and experience freedom, joy, happiness, and love more deeply and more often.
"The journey lies within the pursuit."
You have many pursuits and only one journey.