Drawing a line…. exercises in exorcising the self-limiting ghosts of the past

On a fall day in 2011, my focus was making sure that any loose ends from my life to date and from past relationships were cleaned up to the point where I would not be dragging old baggage and brokenness as I moved forward. Continue reading Drawing a line…. exercises in exorcising the self-limiting ghosts of the past

Revisiting the process as I stroll forward..

I’ve said before that I’ve become the man I am because of the experiences I’ve had, the people who have helped teach me what I wanted/needed to learn. The people who have lifted me up, the people who have attempted to extinguish my light and wear down my resolve.
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Transformational Forgiveness

I wrapped up the process, and didn’t think too much about it. It felt good, felt productive… end of subject. That is, until the next evening I was washing my face, which until that moment had always been a very routine, mundane part of my day. But this night, my forehead felt different. So I washed the soap away to discover that a scar and bump that had resided on my forehead for about 35 years from a run in with a canoe paddle that had been launched from my father’s hands when I was 13 or 14 was gone. 100%, completely vanished from my face. No bump, no scar, at all. Continue reading Transformational Forgiveness