You and countless others have gifted me so much these last two years sending me good wishes, love and healing energy as I have navigated my way on a very interesting journey with cancer, (see below for a brief update) that I want to gift you something in return.
And the holiday season seemed to be the perfect time to do it.
But what to give? What do I have that I can give to you and everyone else on my list of followers that might serve to express my gratitude?
And not just for you sending me healing thoughts, either. I also want you to know how much I appreciate you being willing to stay interested in Radical Forgiveness?
Well, the answer is that what I have to give is my creativity. And everyone loves a story, don’t they? So, what I have done is pulled together the stories that feature in six of my books and put them into one.
This is my gift to you today. Click here to download it and enjoy.
Only one of the stories is true (Jill’s Story) while the other five are fictional. You probably have read Jill’s Story already – most people have. But how could I not include it?
It is such a powerful story, and it speaks to so many people. The others are just as good in their own way. I think you will get a kick out of all of them.
As you may know, the most common response people give when they experience Radical Forgiveness is “Wow, this sh#t works!” Hence the title of the book.
If you have been following my cancer story on the Facebook Group Page, “Colin’s Wellness Journal,” you will probably know that in early October, I turned down the ‘opportunity’ to have major surgery to remove recurrent cancer from my rectum and surrounding tissue.
I chose instead to use a mind/body/spirit biological approach to healing which is almost identical to Radical Forgiveness, called German New Medicine.
It involves resolving past traumas and shocks to the system the reaction to which something like cancer is actually a healing response – if only we would see it that way. It is designed to prompt us into healing the shocks. (I’ve always said, “Cancer is a loving message.”)
So, I spent two whole days going over my life and, on a timeline, plotted every shock or trauma I had ever experienced and looked at every one of them through the lens of Radical Forgiveness.
What I saw was that every one of them was related to issues that get stored in the root chakra. No wonder I had it in rectum! Every one of them was a “pain in the arse!”
By the time I had finished, I felt sure the cancer had gone. I use a pendulum all the time and trust it. Whenever I asked it if the cancer had gone, I got a very strong YES. And I ask it every day.
Yesterday I had a reading by a well-known and respected Medical Intuitive, trained by none other than Caroline Myss. She was spot on.
As you know, they cannot diagnose or prescribe but suffice to say that by the end of the reading I was completely reassured. My pendulum was right. No need to ask anymore.
I return home on December 28th after spending Christmas with my eldest daughter, Lorraine. JoAnn is already back in Atlanta.
As soon as I get home, I will continue looking into German New Medicine and connecting with some practitioners of GNM in order to become well enough versed in it to integrate it with Radical Forgiveness and, in the light of my own healing experience with it, begin offering workshops and retreats again. I will also by writing a book about my journey with cancer.
I know you have been thinking of me and wondering if I was going to make it through or not and I want you to know I feel your love and support. But I still have a lot more to do before I leave this planet, so please keep in touch. And enjoy the book.
Love and blessings,