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Based on the "Manifesto for Conscious Men," a collectively written document penned by a number of men who feel that a redefinition of the idea of masculinity is needed in the world today to redress the imbalances of patriarchy...

 

Editor's Note from Debbie Allen: If you are a person of either gender who is interested in forging forgiveness between men and women, I would encourage you to watch this video. The message is delivered in a powerful way that offers a vision of conscious men and conscious women working together to help heal humanity through forgiving the past...

 

Psychotherapy


by Matthew Zorn

Have you ever wondered where the qualities that most of us aspire to incorporate into our lives exist? Where does love reside? What about serenity, peace, and forgiveness? Are they out in the world waiting to be discovered or happened upon, or are they within? Why do some people have these qualities in abundance and others appear not to have any at all?

 

 

Sacred Living


by M. Edwin Green, BA, MDiv, ThM, DMin

She did what so many of us do… she fell in love and got engaged. Everything seemed headed for a storybook wedding when out of nowhere the family began squabbling over wedding arrangements...

 

Editor´s Note from Karen Stabley: If you are in a family, have friends, and interact with other people, then you are inevitably going to deal with conflict. The question is never whether or not there will be conflict. The question is how are you going to deal with it. The difference between happy and unhappy relationships is not the absence of conflict. It is the presence of forgiveness. It truly is our deepest need and our most difficult and highest achievement.

 

Arts & Art Therapy


by Steven Handel

We have a natural tendency to blame ourselves when something goes wrong in our lives. This is because we have evolved to experience emotions like shame and regret, especially when we behave in a ways that violate the expectations of ourselves and others...

 

Editor´s Note from Debbie Allen: Shame is at the root of many psychological problems. Learning self-forgiveness is a step on the path of removing feelings of shame. Steve Handel has looked at the research on forgiveness and offers some helpful tips about how to forgive oneself.

 

Psychotherapy


by David G. Arenson, ND
ATH Co-Editor of Sacred Living

Conflict, war, misery and hunger continues in our world. Where is the peace?

Why does it seem we still have so much suffering – and is there a different way to approach this?

Is there a root of our collective dysfunction as individuals and as a collective society? As Henry Thoreau famously observed about the folly of not going directly to the source, however uncomfortable it may be...


Editor's Note from David Arenson: Why 'radical forgiveness?' Radical forgiveness lets go and releases what is past to the annals of the past. It invites in our own true nature. As Jane Goodall said, "You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."

 

Sacred Living


by Karen Stabley, MCAT, ATR, BC,
ATH Co-Editor of Art & Art Therapy

1. Speak your pain without words...

 

Editor's Note from Karen Stabley: If you are in a family, have friends, and interact with other people, then you are inevitably going to deal with conflict. The question is never whether or not there will be conflict. The question is how are you going to deal with it. The difference between happy and unhappy relationships is not the absence of conflict. It is the presence of forgiveness. It truly is our deepest need and our most difficult and highest achievement.

 

Arts & Art Therapy 


by Rudy Hunter

Nobody really wants to forgive and forget. We all want to hold on and cherish the problem. Here's a very simple way to forgive that doesn't feel painful and can release you from suffering.

 

Think about the last time you got into a snarl-up with someone...

 

 

 

 

 Energy Medicine


by Juliet Rohde-Brown, PhD

Even in our daily lives, one of the most difficult aspects of forgiveness can be the task of forgiving ourselves. We plague ourselves with questions: Why were we unable to prevent appalling events that happened to someone we love?...

 


Editor’s Note from Elizabeth Wolfson: When things happen outside of our control that upset or hurt us, the author urges us to practice forgiveness and self-forgiveness as a path to healing.  This article is an excerpt from Dr. Rohde-Brown's recently published book, "Imagine Forgiveness."

 

Psychotherapy


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