Welcome to Forgiveness Course 

Introduction: Watch this before you begin 

Course manual

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Part 1: Forgiveness Foundation Modules

Module 1

Module 1 overview

I. Important Forgiveness Concepts

Forgiveness concept #1: The tiger analogy

Forgiveness concept #2: The hot coal analogy

Forgiveness concept # 3: Give up wishing the past could have been any different

Forgiveness concept # 4: The winning card; the hand that God has given you.

II. How do you know if you have truly forgiven someone?

III. True stories of real people

Module 2: The four laws of forgiveness that only very few people know

Module 2 overview

I. The law of vibration

II. The law of learning by facing challenging people and challenging situations for growth purposes

III. The law of “all unfinished businesses have to be finished”

IV. The law of conditioning

Module 3: The truths about life, you, and forgiveness

Module 3 overview

  1. The truth about life

  2. The truth about you

  3. The truth about the only two choices that exist in life

  4. The truth about forgiveness

  5. Key note

Module 4: Clarification of eight big misconceptions about forgiveness

Module 4 overview

  • Forgiveness misconception #1: The person who needs to be forgiven has to deserve it

  • Forgiveness misconception #2: Having an entitlement consciousness

  • Forgiveness misconception #3: If you forgive, it means that you condone the behavior

  • Forgiveness misconception #4: Saying, “I forgive you,” to the person means that you have forgiven the person and it is enough

  • Forgiveness misconception #5: Forgiveness means trying to be nice

  • Forgiveness misconception #6: Forgiveness means remaining in the situation or staying in relationships with those who have hurt you

  • Forgiveness misconception #7: Forgiveness means forgetting the offense

  • Forgiveness misconception #8: Forgiveness is a “one-time” act

Module 5: What is forgiveness?

Module 5 overview

1. Forgiveness is understanding that if you had walked in the shoes of these people you would have done the same thing or even worse.

2. Forgiveness is coming to peace with the idea that you may never get an apology and being at peace with that idea.

3. Forgiveness is understanding that no one owes you anything, not even kindness, acceptance, or an apology.

4. Forgiveness is the path to health: Beneath all illness there is a resentment that needs to be released.

5. Forgiveness is taking responsibility for the role that you have played in the situation and being open to learn the life lessons involved in the situation(s).

6. Forgiveness is seeing the pain as a blessing rather than a curse.

7. Forgiveness is the path of wisdom ad inner peace: the high price on holding on to anger does not worth pain it brings.

8. Forgiveness is to understand that that every person is doing the best that they can with the level of understanding and awareness that they have at any given time.

9. Forgiveness is accepting and allowing the past to be as it is and recognize that you cannot change the past.

10. Forgiveness is taking back your power.

11. Forgiveness is extending mercy.

Part 2: Forgiveness practical tools modules

Module 6: Prayer tool

Module 6 overview

I. Introduction to prayer tool

II. Why using prayer to help with the process of forgiveness?

III. What is prayer?

IV. How to use prayers for the process of forgiveness?

V.  How to pray for forgiveness

VI. Module 6 assignments and quizzes

VII. Time to practice: Forgiveness prayers

Module 7: Forgiveness Meditations tool

Module 7 overview

  1. What is meditation?

  2. Why using meditation for forgiveness?

  3. How to meditate?

  4. Assignments and quizzes

  5. Time to practice

Module 8: Visualization tools for forgiveness

Module 8 overview

I. What is visualization?

II. How can visualization be used for the process of forgiveness?

III. Module 8 visualization homework, exercises, and quizzes

IV. Time to practice

Module 9: Past lives Regression tools for forgiveness

Module 9 overview

I. Introduction to module 9

II. An example of how regressions helped

III. What is a regression?

IV. How can regression help with forgiveness and healing?

V. Useful tips to know before you doing regressions

VI. Take-home notes

VII. Module 9 regression homework and quizzes

VIII. Time to practice

Phase 2 and 3

Phase 1: daily meditation

Phase 2: Maintenance phase

Thank you so much for taking this forgiveness course.

Our prayer  is that it brings great blessings and peace into your life.