Radical Forgiveness by Colin C. Tipping

Radical Forgiveness

Read by the author and his wife JoAnn, this audio version of Colin Tipping's award winning best-selling book will enable you to let go of the past, give you new insight into your life and empower you to dissolve your current problems almost immediately. This audio version on five CDs will appeal to those who would prefer to listen to a book while driving rather than read one. The 13 Steps Companion CD is included in the pack, making it six CDs in...


Details Radical Forgiveness

TitleRadical Forgiveness
ISBN9780970481412
Author
Release DateMar 24th, 2002
PublisherQuest Publishing & Distribution
LanguageEnglish
GenreSelf Help, Nonfiction, Spirituality, Psychology
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Reviews Radical Forgiveness

  • Marv
    1970-01-01
    Some acts are inexcusable. All are forgivable. Forgiveness is for your benefit, not the perpetrators.
  • Susana
    1970-01-01
    This is one of those book I always have a copy of. I listed it as read in 2008, but really I read it back in 2003. Howeve, I like to think its current because I mention it or refer it to people constantly. I can't tell you how many times I have given this book as a gift to people!!! Probably just as many times as I have run into strangers who suddenly spilled their lives to me out of nowhere at the airport, grocery store, post office, etc. and ha...
  • Leanne Holitza
    1970-01-01
    This book made me say "really., I asked for this..." I got my answer and loved th eperspective after I digested it. This book changed my life!
  • Ahmad Abugosh
    1970-01-01
    Radical Forgiveness was recommended to me by a friend of mine. The basic premise behind the book is to look beyond the victim mentality in your life. To radically forgive someone is to no longer blame them for any wrong doing and to take responsibility for your own life and how you feel about externalizations governing your circumstances. Some people may have a hard time believing parts of the book, as it gets into the spiritual metaphysical natu...
  • Maria (Ri)
    1970-01-01
    If this is where you are in your spiritual journey, it can be quite transformational. If not, then just let it go. Certainly not the book or concept for everyone, but for some, this book can be the beginning of an opened life.
  • Alana Cash
    1970-01-01
    I believe that forgiveness is really important. Understanding what forgiveness is -- it is not making excuses - and how to forgive are quests for many people. However, the way that this book approaches the nature of forgiveness does not seem effective. The book states that we made agreements before we were born to have certain things happen to us (abused children asked for it) - but we forgot the agreements. Okay, so how would the author remember...
  • stormhawk
    1970-01-01
    Self-Help in New Age clothing. Some interesting core concepts dressed up in hippie dippie tie-dye with a dash of pseudoscience. Always be suspicious of patent medicines and authors of mystical improvement books that warn you that you don't have to believe in the process for it to work.
  • Christine
    1970-01-01
    This book suggests looking at every experience as your perfect learning opportunity. Then, rather than be offended, upset, or hold a grudge, you can give thanks for what you learned. Like _The Four Agreements_ this also forces you to recognize your responsibility in any situation, from creating to reacting...Like _A Course in Miracles_ it teaches to achieve forgiveness by changing your perception.And it works: one day I changed my perception abou...
  • Dorcas Wood
    1970-01-01
    This book definitely lives up to its title! I experienced a transformational miracle. I was completely transformed from a victim mentality to a woman with a strong self-esteem. The truth in this book freed me to pursue my divine purpose in life and I've used its lessons to coach others into freedom. I wish everyone I know could read this book.
  • MarrLa
    1970-01-01
    This book allowed me to grieve, heal, surrender, find acceptance, and finally forget about the past hurts, aches, and pains. I found myself stuck in a new relationship because I refused to surrender and find acceptance with things that transpired within my life. This book makes sense if you truly want to grow within and outside of yourself.
  • Alissa
    1970-01-01
    This book was terrible! I want my money back from Amazon. It's the worst book I've ever picked up! It basically postulates that there isn't a right or wrong, therefore if someone apologizes you just say "You did nothing wrong." It's a bunch of new age bullshit. It's not really about "forgiveness" at all. I'm not sure what the book is about, it was just a bunch of words on pages. Unfortunately, the author didn't say anything that made sense. At on...
  • Marina
    1970-01-01
    This is an interesting little book...I keep saying to myself, "THAT'S what I've been saying for decades!!" This book was recommended to me when I complained bitterly about having people tell me that I was doomed to repeat certain scenarios until I'd gleaned whatever truths I was supposed to learn from them. I might have also said, "I've had enough of this crap!! Just tell me what the heck all this is supposed to mean?? I haven't figured it out ye...
  • Lisa
    1970-01-01
    A significant part of the idea in this book is hard for me to swallow, to the point of ridiculous in my opinion. That said, a significant part of this book is also quite insightful, and useful. I didn't find this information new, but the actual steps and the "fake it until you make it" suggestion was quite useful to me. This balances out to a rating of 3, possibly 2... Except I did gain some benefit from the book.
  • Lisa
    1970-01-01
    This book has helped me tremendously. It offers amazing tools to release pent up anger and regret in the best of us. The work just needs to be done. I know this has helped me release tons of anger that was building since birth, probably before birth. It is like a kick in the pants, a light bulb going off, it will work for you when the time is right. love, peace and forgiveness.
  • Vanessa Ryan
    1970-01-01
    This is about a way of thinking and a lot more than forgiveness, v thought provoking - 5 stars!
  • Debdanz
    1970-01-01
    Like any book of its type, it gets some things right and some things wrong but presents it all like there is only one absolute truth and "that" truth is theirs. What these authors/books can rarely capture is that there are as many "truths" as there are sentient beings. They should all be prefaced with "take what you need and leave the rest."
  • Maggie
    1970-01-01
    keep your critical reading skills close at hand and you should be okay with this book. there are some decent suggestions in this book; however, what was most impressive to me is how so many premises can be "off the wall" yet he can end up with some respectable suggestions. an odd combination, imo. so caution while reading this book. yes. but in the search for forgiveness techniques a reader could still glean some reliable ideas herein. i am most ...
  • Ann
    1970-01-01
    I really loved this book and would highly recommend it to everyone. The first chapter was the best. The last several chapters that walks you thru the process step by step was a bit arduous for my liking. I pretty much got the concert right way.
  • Tammy
    1970-01-01
    This book is amazing and to the point. If you are truly interested in letting go of the past and forgiving others, then this is a book to read. It is part of waking up to see who we really are so that we can change, grow, and let go.
  • Lynne Cockrum-Murphy
    1970-01-01
    Really useful information and technique for forgiveness.
  • D.
    1970-01-01
    Walking one through the steps of divine forgiveness, allowing one to drop a victim mentality by understand the divineness of spiritual growth throughout life.
  • Cassandra Cantrell
    1970-01-01
    If you were given the choice to read only one book, make it this one.
  • Jennifer Pilling
    1970-01-01
    LOVE this book! It's about more than just forgiveness. It's a whole different way of looking at relationships, yourself, life and the Universe. I wish I could give it 10 out of 5!
  • Christine Calabrese
    1970-01-01
    I'll admit this book has given me pause... I think I'll give it a try... Gotta be better then harboring all the old baggage of past wounds & injustices.
  • Mahmood Al-yousif
    1970-01-01
    I don't believe that things happen to us in a preordaned manner where our path and experiences are set even before we are born. I strongly disagree with the notion that child abuse, rape, murder, etc are "designed" to make us experience pain so that we can forgive. And I don't believe that it doesn't even matter whether we believe the tenets and principles this book espouses, they still hold true. There are no foundations offered by this book tha...
  • Mary
    1970-01-01
    I'm torn as to the number of stars I want to give this book. It is an absolutely outstanding book except for chapter 22 a wake for your inner child. I think that that is the worst suggestion anyone could ever make to a person that's been abused and is having trouble forgiving their abuser. The lack of safety of an inner child was what caused the trauma in the first place. For you to, as the author suggests, kill your inner child is the worst poss...
  • Sonee
    1970-01-01
    Radical forgiveness is about forgiving at a deep level. Author explains why we get into repetitive cycles or patterns, where it seems as if the same situation presents itself several times during our lives. He explains how to create forgiveness at a radical level- that is at a soul level- such that we can finally break away from these patterns.A note of caution. The book deals with spiritual topics, such as the World of Humanity, the World of Div...
  • Bridgitte
    1970-01-01
    Radical Forgiveness requires you to “look at the pain of your experience through a completely different lens.”“All that is required is for you be willing to be open to the possibility that there might be a reason for everything that ever happens to you. Period.”According to Colin Tipping, the creator of Radical Forgiveness, “Our culture has long taught us to look at our experiences through the eyes of a victim: to judge, lay blame, accu...
  • Courtney
    1970-01-01
    I completed this book because I just don’t like not finishing what I started. I disagree with saying you need to thank people for the bad they do on cases such as murder, rape, genocide etc.... also if we can’t remember our past life or our “spiritual life” where is the author getting his facts from? I just think this kind of book plays on people’s desperation and need to feel connected to something.
  • Anna Lemberkova
    1970-01-01
    Wow, enriching.. I unconsciously used some of techniques described in a book. Even though they served me well I just did not implement whole pattern and did not understand overall idea..Key point is that any person, situation that drives "bad" emotion inside you is just a guide helping you identify source of tension and forgive. Consequently this brings peace into your life..Whatever.. I'm happy I met this book. Thank you, Mr. Tipping, for sharin...