Heart Healing: The Power of Forgiveness to Heal a Broken Heart (Forgiveness Book, for Fans of Chicken Soup for the Soul, How to Heal a Brolen Heart or Radical Forgiveness)
Letting go of the past: Is it really possible to free your heart and mind of the emotional wounds of the past? Are anger, pain, and suffering blocking you from the love and happiness your desire?
Healing painful relationships, memories, and experiences: Whatever the cause of your heartbreak - the end of a relationship, the death of a loved one, a divorce, shattered dreams, a family feud, a life-threatening diagnosis, career turmoil, or past abuse that repeats over and over again - it is never too early or too late to courageously forgive and let go.
Long-term happiness through love and compassion: In Heart Healing you are expertly guided to put compassion and unconditional love into action in practical, easy, and lasting ways. With the insight of someone who has walked the road from heartbreak to forgiveness to living a life she loves, Susyn Reeve invites you to heal the emotional wounds in your life.
Emotional intelligence through spirituality and meditations: This book is filled with potent opportunities for lasting life-changing heart-healing. Filled with stories, proven exercises, and powerful affirmations to free you from any resentment and anger you are holding towards yourself or others. The “emotional clutter” of old resentments, grudges, guilt, and shame are blocks to love and a direct call for heart-healing. Readers will learn:
- The distinction between a closed and broken heart
- To identify the specific beliefs that continue to activate your emotional wounds and unresolved anger
- How to forgive yourself and others using the Deal - Heal - Forgive Process
- How healing your heart contributes to healing the broken-heartedness in the world today.
Motivational wisdom from experience: In Heart Healing Susyn Reeve shares her own heartbreak story and how that galvanized her to help others practice forgiveness. With wisdom gained from decades of study with Joseph Campbell, Jean Houston, Robert Fritz, don Miguel Ruiz and her thousands of clients and students Susyn has written in her wise, warm trademark style. This book is a refreshingly honest and practical guide to living a life of contentment, connection, and long-overdue love. Susyn does not gloss over life’s pain and struggles. Rather, she shows how to use them as springboards to new open-hearted perspectives and possibilities, so you can readily feast on the magnificent gift of life.
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