Amazing Grace Series – Forgiveness
Friends and colleagues have long urged Gita to include Forgiveness in the Amazing Grace Series. The knowledge and practical exercises within this book are part of a Relationship Seminar that she has been teaching since 1962.
The State of Forgiveness is explored in many ways. This book offers the understanding of behaviour and feeling in relation to past challenges which may have caused bitterness, resentment, regret, guilt, anger, blame, shame, fear, punishment, rejection, sadness, pain and hurt, disappointment, loneliness, grief, despair and a sense of violation.
The book uses the explanations and Forgiveness exercises that have been part of her Relationship Seminar. Thousands of people throughout the world have benefited from the freedom these exercises bring. Specifically the exercises include, parents, family members, friends, colleagues and strangers enabling the reader to become complete with the past and move on with their life
The foreword by Selby Baqwa, Public Protector of the South African Government 1995-2002 speaks of the power of Forgiveness in South Africa’s healing and the contribution Gita has made to this healing within South Africa. For these reasons friends in South Africa asked her to include a major section on Genocide, Massacre, Mass Events and natural disasters in order that the readers of this book can begin to forgive major events in human history.
Accompanying this book are Gita’s recordings of all the Forgiveness exercises. Please find links to these recordings below.
The Clarion Review rates this book Four Stars (out of Five).
Extract from the Clarion Review: The willingness to forgive lies deep within a person’s psyche, and it must be coaxed to the surface through reflection, the awakening of compassion, and finally, the desire for and declaration of forgiveness. Read the full review here.