Colin's Blog

The more technology shrinks and connects our world, the more we are confronted with challenges that we have to deal with, almost on a daily basis. As I watch it all unfold, I will be inspired from time to time, to focus attention on and share with you how my Radical Living Strategies can help all of us meet our challenges with greater ease and compassion. My hope is that these offerings give you the insight you need to create the peaceful, fulfilling life you desire.


 


Art for the Health of It

Art for the Health of It

On the webinar last Thursday we discussed how art can be used in a very effective way to anchor the transformational shift brought about by the Radical Forgiveness experience.

As you may know, there are five stages in the Radical Forgiveness process: telling the story, feeling the feelings, collapsing . . .

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Who the **Bleep!?** Am I?

Who the **Bleep!?** Am I?

Last weekend, during the Radical Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance Workshop, 20 courageous souls got answers to that question. They also found out what was getting in the way of knowing the truth of who they were.

This is what this workshop was all about. Coming to understand why and for what purpose we have . . .

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Worksheets Rock!

Did you miss the webinar last Thursday? And the replay? Pity. You would have enjoyed it. Along with all the others, it is now in the archives of Colin’s Cafe, our membership site.

The webinar was on how to tap into the full power of the combined Radical Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance Worksheet.  

The response was . . .

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Today’s the Day

Today’s the Day

You probably haven’t forgotten that today is the day we are doing the Self-Forgiveness/Self-Acceptance Webinar, but I thought I would send you a quick reminder anyway, just in case.  

I know how easy it is to let it slip by you even on the day, and I don’t want you to . . .

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Healing Infidelity

Healing Infidelity

St. Valentine and Hallmark Cards have a lot to answer for. So have the authors of children’s books who finish their stories with the line . . .” and they got married and lived happily ever after.”

I was a speaker on a Valentine’s Day Cruise last week. What I observed did not support . . .

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