Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Powerful Healing Tool

I believe the almost six month hiatus from this blog is over, thanks to some faithful readers and followers like NP, Richer44, Theresa111, some of my clients. My blend of energy medicine attracted clients from unexpected sources and I've learned so much from them.  Thank you!  In the following posts, the theme will be what I witnessed as a powerful healing tool, the FORGIVENESS PROCESS. Yes, I can see some of your faces! No need to frown or sigh and you are allowed to be skeptical. So don't run or hide, just take a seat, relax and come on this journey, which you actually have never been before.

Do you have a difficult time forgiving? Not just forgiving another person but yourself?
Do you  remember the harsh words spoken to you by your parent, relative, teacher many years ago?
Do you remember being humiliated by a child or by an adult many years ago?

As you remember all the above, what is the predominant emotion that it evokes.
Please don't analyze, just write the first emotion that those questions trigger? example: sadness, anger, etc.
If you wish, you could send it to me via the comment.

In this series, there will be posts on what the Forgiveness Process actually is, Myths on  forgiveness, the impact forgiveness has on your health, and how Energy Medicine and EFT can overcome the challenges that we face with Forgiveness. People, I have seen remarkable physical and psychological healing when the Power of Forgiveness was released. When you comment, remember to state private, if you don't want it published. Your confidentiality will be respected.

Till the next post.  P. Nicholas

8 comments:

Nathan said...

It is great having Empower-You back online. I hope you enjoyed your 6 month hiatus. I am looking forward to the Forgiveness Series. It seems like it will be an interesting one. Surprisingly enough, it was "shame" that I felt when receiving harsh words from my parents, teachers, etc. I felt like I had let them down in some way. This caught me off guard!

Thanks for getting me thinking this morning. A little self reflection is good.

I am looking forward to the next post!
Have a great day.

Nathan

Agapelife said...

Thanks Nathan. It's good to be back. Actually, shame has been an emotion that has been recurring in some of my clients and then, when.... oh, I better leave it for the next post.

Nathan said...

I can't believe you would give me a cliffhanger like that. Now I am even more excited for the next post to come out. Sheesh, stop mid-sentence... talk about suspense.

I am looking forward to the next interesting post, Agapelife!

nothingprofound said...

Forgiveness has always been easy for me-in fact the way I look at it there's nothing even to forgive. I think I learned that from my mother who had experienced much tragedy and grief in her childhood-but never looked back. Every day was a new day, and she greeted it with warmth, love and a smile.

Agapelife said...

To Nathan,
Please forgive me for the cliffhanger, that was quite a spontaneous moment.

Ben Ralston said...

Forgiveness is huge, you are right.
Your article got me to thinking about self-forgiveness, for which I'd like to thank you. I'm also a healer, and it's something I have overlooked sometimes.
With love,
Ben

Agapelife said...

You're so right and I mentioned in my post dated 6/6/2010, how self-forgiveness should first be done before forgiving others. In next week's post, we will be mentioning the Steps of Self-Forgiveness.Thanks for your comment. After putting much research and practicing it myself, it's nice to know someone else is able to benefit.

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