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The Forgiveness Habit with Robin Shohet

Forgiveness is not for wimps. Cultivating the Forgiveness Habit

Forgiveness is a gift we give ourselves.It is not an action, but an attitude which we can enter at any moment when we are ready and willing (it cannot be forced). It is a movement away from the need to be right, the need to blame and judge, to one of gratitude and a willingness to let go and see our interconnectedness. We will explore the cost of holding on, share inspirational stories of forgiveness and engage in a step by step process that leads us to a deep inner freedom.

What's included?

Robin's course is held in Atsitsa Bay on Skyros island in Greece and is part of the wide range of courses and activities available. The holiday includes full board twin shared accommodation in an eco-hut. Single upgrades and twin shares in the house are available. Chat through the website, call +44 (0)1983 86 55 66 or email to discuss your requirements. 


About Robin Shohet

Robin Shohet has organised two international conferences on forgiveness at the Findhorn Foundation, a spiritual community in the North of Scotland. He is a student of A Course in Miracles which has forgiveness at the heart of its teaching and he uses the Ho’oponopono method of forgiveness in his daily life. He has written extensively on supervision for those in the helping professions, and sees the inability to let go as one of the chief reasons for burnout.

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