By Kitty Hartford
Date Added: Sunday 19 February 2012
Date Added: Sunday 16 October 2011
i HAVE BEEN ON A long JOURNEY,WITHIN MY "SELF" AND MY SPOUSE. tHRU THIS JOURNEY, i INTERGRATED MANY CD'S AND BOOKS ON MIND,BODY AND SPIRIT..AND HOLISTIC HEALTH..RADIICAL SELF FORGIVENESS WAS TO ME..PART OF THE "GRADUATION"...
A SUMMARY OF IT ALL ,
i HAVE STUDIED MANY ,AND CAN TRULY IDENTIFY WITH THE LINK OF PREPROGRAMMED LEARNED BEHAVIOURS,LEGACIES..SIMPLY PUT..RADICAL SELF FORGIVENESS IS ALSO AMONGST THE BEST EXPAINATION OF THESE..AND SPIRIT GUIDING.
THANK YOU ,COLIN,YOU HAVE A GREAT SPIRIT.
THANK YOU FOR
'GUIDING' OTHERS IN YOUR JOURNEY.
fOR THOSE WHO MAY NOT 'GET IT' KEEP ON TRYING..
MAY PEACE BE WITH YOU
By Jean N
Date Added: Friday 11 March 2011
I thought this was a marvellous book. Self-forgiveness is something I have always struggled with, to the extent that it has affected my health. Holding our consciousness in the state of higher awareness that allows true self-forgiveness does not come naturally to human beings in their current stage of evolution, even if, like the two previous reviewers, we already 'know' how to do it. That's why I benefited so much from this book, and now find that self-forgiveness has become much more of a habit than it was in the past.
By Sharon Jansen
Date Added: Tuesday 22 February 2011
I found the content "thin" and was expecting to learn more than I had from reading his website. So a litle disappointed. No doubt if you are new to the concept Colin's CD would be powerful
By Harvey Wachtel
Date Added: Wednesday 26 October 2011
For those of us who, unlike Mary L, are convinced that the only things that happen for a reason are things done by conscious beings, the author's requirement that we "remain open to the possibility that such a plan could exist" because "there’s no way to prove that it doesn’t" (there's no way to prove the universe wasn't created fifteen minutes ago either) comes across as an aggressive turn-off. This is a shame because it would have been so easy to co-opt us rationalists by asking US to try to fit the event into a plan for our spiritual growth. Instead, we are likely to tune out the entire message, missing much potential good.
By Mary Lou Savovic
Date Added: Wednesday 23 February 2011
I understood the theory behind this idea, but honestly, I can't buy into it. While I do believe that everything happens for a reason, I don't believe that errors we make are predetermined and factor into a divine plan.