Will You Be the Hero of Your Forgiveness Story?
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“We are not responsible for what breaks us, but we can be responsible for what puts us back together again.
Naming the hurt is how we begin to repair our broken parts.”
In Memory of The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu, South African Theologian, Anti-Apartheid Activist
Join Louisa for a FREE Online Forgiveness Webinar
Thursday, October 27 at 6:00p – 7:00p CDT
Friday, November 4 at Noon – 1:00p CDT
Do you experience deeply entrenched feelings of resentment, anger and revenge? Would you prefer to do something different? How about acknowledging your pain and suffering and finding ways to release it, rather than clinging to your story rooted in regret?
Forgiving isn’t forgetting. It’s remembering. It’s your chance to choose a new beginning. Whether we discover forgiveness through a personal healing practice, in conversation with a family member, friend or confidante or with the support of a practitioner, understanding and speaking your story is integral to your healing process. When we give voice to our pain, we begin to heal it.
Are you ready to begin your journey to live your best life possible? Join Louisa for this Free webinar. Develop a deeper understanding of your story and your capacity for transformation as you grow and heal. Experience your freedom with increased emotional awareness, empathy, compassion and non-judgment.
- What forgiveness is and isn’t
- The secrets behind forgiving yourself
- The best ways to stop longing to retaliate against the person who’s hurt you
- The mistakes to avoid when letting go and loosening the grip of your past
- If you’re wired for forgiveness
- Why it’s healthier to let go of grudges and resentments
- Stories of people who have transformed their lives
Attend the webinar and receive a 30 minute discovery session with Louisa free of charge!
Louisa Hext is a skilled and experienced coach, consultant, and mediator. She shares stories of forgiveness to build empathy, encourage reflection and support people to reconcile the pain and suffering and to move forward from the trauma they are experiencing in their own lives.
I imagine that one of the reasons that people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once the hate is gone, that they will be forced to deal with the pain.”
-James Baldwin (American Writer & Activist)
Would you like to get clearer on your life, relationships, health or career goals? Request a complimentary 30-minute discovery session now!