Radical Self-Forgiveness:

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Radical Self-Forgiveness: on August 19, 2016 in Walnut Creek, CA : Discover the limiting, destructive, and self-defeating beliefs that rob you of your joy and prevent you from moving forward in your life powerfully an d prosperously. The Radical Self-Forgiveness Workshop is a 3-day intensive designed to unhook you from the weight of guilt, blame, and shame that prevents you from stepping into your Power and creating the life you wish to live into.
Based on the work of Radical Forgiveness author Colin Tipping, this event offers simple, step-by-step tools and exercises that deactivate the toxic emotional energy connected to those things you hold against yourself. You will leave feeling a new sense of Self and with an awareness of the possibilities already present within you.
The workshop is taught by Rev. Sheila Gautreaux, who is a certified Radical Forgiveness Coach and Teacher (one of only three people in the world who are trained to lead this workshop)
You must register in advance to assure availability of materials. To register, call (925) 937-2191, or complete the online registration form.
You can pay in the Unity of Walnut Creek bookstore (you can also call the bookstore at (925) 937-2191), or send a check made out to Unity of Walnut Creek, Attn: Self-Forgiveness Workshop, 1871 Geary Rd., Walnut Creek, CA 94597.
For more information, call (916) 549-3214.
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Letting Yourself Off the HookWHEN:Friday August 19th - Sunday August 21st WHERE:Unity of Walnut Creek
1871 Geary Rd
Walnut Creek, CA 94597COST:$350 until 8/15; $450 after ($495 value)Buy Tickets NowEvent Website

Discover the limiting, destructive, and self-defeating beliefs that rob you of your joy and prevent you from moving forward in your life powerfully and prosperously. The Radical Self-Forgiveness Workshop is a 3-day intensive designed to unhook you from the ...read more

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