Imagine that you are trying to walk through an airport while carrying a heavy suitcase in each hand with another strapped over your shoulder and another on your back like a backpack. It is difficult and painful work to go anywhere. Forgiving is putting down all of your baggage and leaving it behind. You travel lightly. It has nothing to do with worthiness—yours or others'. You and they are both worthy. That is not the issue. The issue is whether you wish to continue to carry your baggage. ~ Rabbi Irwin Kula
Radical forgiveness involves a commitment to traveling lightly and…..
A willingness to forgive oneself
a willingness to be free of heavy emotions
a willingness to let go and stop controlling the outcome
a willingness to be gentle with oneself when engaging in the process (soothing/encouraging words to self)
a willingness to engage in an unfolding process
Join us for an evening of practicing forgiveness with Shakti Rising.
This event is free and open to all.
RSVP to Teri at firstname.lastname@example.org