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review Love Is Letting Go of Fear Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ June 1985 Bantam mass market paperback O 13th impression Gerald Jampolsky Forgiveness The Greatest Healer of All Based on the million copy bestseller by the same name this tape explores 12 easy steps to inner serenity and unshakable confidence in one's self based on Lores 12 easy steps to inner serenity and unshakable confidence in one's self based on lov. This is the second time I have read this book The first time was many years ago I loved it then and I love it now It is a beautiful bookpractical and doable and we re given personal examples from Gerry about how he overcame some of his difficult challenges

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Greatest Healer of All Based on the million copy bestseller by the same name this tape exp. Talks about letting go of fear to truly love and live uick read Liked one paragraph particularly about forgivenessThe unforgiving mind contrasted with the forgiving mind is confused afraid and full of fear It is certain of the interpretation it places on its perceptions of others It is certain of the justification of its anger and the correctness of its condemning judgment The unforgiving mind rigidly sees the past and future as the same and is resistant to change It does not want the future to be different from the past The unforgiving mind sees itself as innocent and others as guilty it thrives on conflict and on being right and it sees inner peace as its enemy It perceives everything as separate

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Love Is Letting Go of FearJune 1985 Bantam mass market paperback O 13th impression Gerald Jampolsky Forgiveness The. Long before The Secret was trendy this little book presented the idea that our thoughts create our reality and that what we expect from life is what we get These are powerful concepts and revolutionary ideas especially for the time of the original publication date There are parts of this book that I struggle with probably because these are lessons that I need to focus on like fully accepting and forgiving people in my life who have repeatedly hurt me and choosing to view them as inherently good people Perhaps I need to read this book through several times and sit with these ideas longer in order to fully absorb the lessons This book does not sugar coat and focus on manifesting what you want like other books about creating your own reality This one is about accepting responsibility for your thoughts and your life especially when you don't like the life you have created It's a tough pill to swallow but I see how it can lead to greater happiness and freedom in time by empowering you to take control of your life and not be a victim Lots here to contemplate