Ready to start your process?
- Look at what you have created.
- Take note of your judgments, and then love yourself for having them.
- Be willing to see the perfection of the situation you’re in.
- Choose the power of peace.
Because reality is what we perceive it to be, Radical Forgiveness involves shifting your perception. When you see your moods, your experiences, and even your surroundings are your creations, you can shift your perceptions of any event.
The drama that was in my life was not someone else’s fault. I called it in, even if on a subconscious level, for whatever reason. Perhaps I attracted my drama to reinforce what I believed about myself. To break that pattern, I had to understand how radically wrong I was, and I had to come to terms – a good thing – with letting go of blame. Only then was I able to move on. Yes, it was hard for me to wrap my head around this idea. But I got tired of the same situations, or kinds of situations, that kept recurring. I became so weary of the events, and people that seemed to be in control of my life; I knew I couldn’t live that way anymore. It was only then that I became willing to explore an idea and set of tools so radical that a fullness of well-being would result from them.
Are you ready to begin your journey toward radical well-being?