The Language of Deep Forgiveness: Break Free from Struggling to Accept the Unacceptable

The Language of Deep Forgiveness: Break Free from Struggling to Accept the Unacceptable by Dr. Allen Gee 1735371610 9781735371610
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"This is by far the most effective forgiveness book I have ever read. I give away many copies every week to help those struggling to forgive!" -- Barbara Solis, Pastor of Family Counseling at Peoples Church in Fresno, CA, the largest megachurch in Central California
This book is a true breakthrough guide to healing, inner peace, and happiness. Unlike superficial guides that provide only trite answers, Dr. Allens work is a practical roadmap to unraveling the core causes of being unable to forgive. It is a deep multidisciplinary exploration of how faith, spirituality, and the sciences of the human mind intersect at the crossroads of empowering forgiveness. It provides powerful unique insights and tools to help you forgive deeply and quickly so you can move on with your life to be freer and happier.

Pastors and therapists have found this book to be an invaluable resource for their churches and clients. It has produced dramatic forgiveness breakthroughs, quickly healing deep hurts and long estranged relationships. Today, Dr. Allens groundbreaking work is actively used by over 300 pastors at some of the largest churches in the U.S. and growing rapidly. Although written from a Christian worldview, it can benefit readers from any background or religious tradition.

Are you seeking healing from the wounds that haunt you? Do you waste precious time and energy thinking about long past hurts and injustices?

Dr. Allen will help you by answering key underlying questions such as, "How does the precise language you use to think about forgiveness in your mind affect how deeply you actually forgive in your heart?" and "What can you do when forgiveness seems to require you to accept those offenders you consider unacceptable?"

"Dr. Allen gave me tools Ive never considered to the point that I took several moments to freshly forgive several people. If you feel stuck in moving on from ways youve been hurt, or if you teach others how to forgive, Im confident youll find fresh ways forward here." -- Dave Schmelzer, Founding Pastor of Reservoir Church in Cambridge, MA

Dr. Allens book has seven important features:

Unique
It is one-of-a-kind, unlike any other forgiveness book on the market. The book is full of original innovative ideas that take readers on an emotional journey, exploring the depths of their hearts. It exposes the Acceptance Conundrum, a common block to forgiveness which often keeps people stuck, struggling, unable to accept the unacceptable.

Experiential
It invites readers to be aware of their immediate experience in reading it. It uses carefully crafted reflection questions and exercises to interact with readers guiding them along on a heart-felt path towards greater self-insight.

Multi-dimensional
It combines knowledge from many diverse sources including: Christian spirituality, theology, clinical psychology, psycho-linguistics, and brain science. This approach has resulted in a seamless integration of insights with extraordinary depth and dimensionality.

Proven Methods
It has proven to be extremely practical and impactful. Many experience it as a life-changing revelation.

Easy-to-read
It was written to be easily accessible to a wide audience and tries hard to convey sophisticated concepts in the clearest simplest manner possible.

Concise
It was intentionally crafted in a concise manner, making it easy for readers to re-read multiple times to absorb the most gain from its therapeutic effects. It contains absolutely no unnecessary or filler text.

Small Group Ready
It contains a study guide designed for small group studies.

This book can even quicken the pace of psychotherapy, potentially saving thousands of dollars in fees. A true gem for those seeking valuable new insight and inner peace, it will forever change the way you think about forgiv

Author: Dr. Allen Gee

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 85

Publisher: Purple Dove Press

Publication Date: 2020-07-08


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