• The Art of True Forgiveness

  • How to Forgive Anyone for Anything, Anytime You Want
  • By: Doc Orman MD
  • Narrated by: Matt Stone
  • Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you want to live a happier, healthier, and more peaceful life, this book is for you!

The truth is life isn't easy. And anyone who says it is doesn't know what they're talking about. Sometimes we get beat up, bruised and knocked down by other people in our lives, physically, emotionally, spiritually or otherwise. The truth is we all get hurt in life and must deal with suffering - it's part of this amazing experience we call being human. Given that we all get hurt, the question must be asked:

What do we do about it?

That's the exact question I've helped answer for thousands of my patients, clients, and attendees of my various workshops, seminars, and courses and helped them learn to master the art of forgiveness to live a happier, healthier, and more peaceful life. In this book, you will learn that holding on to anger, jealousy, hatred, rage, sadness, depression, and other negative emotions does nothing to hurt the other person - instead it hurts you. Being angry and unforgiving can cause you massive stress, make you unhappy and even reduce your life span. The key to letting the anger and other negative emotions go is forgiveness. In this book, you'll learn the proven system I've used with thousands of people all over the world to cure negative emotions instantly through the power of forgiveness. Trust me - you will love how you feel when you finally put down that emotional baggage you've been carrying around for years, and might not have even known about until now.

©2012, 2013, 2014 M.C. Orman, MD, FLP (P)2014 M.C. Orman, MD, FLP

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The content even the examples are repetitive. The theory sounds ok but there's no proper guidance to implement the theory. After listening even three times I still didn't get how to do this.

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Worthless... waste of time!

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Basically the concept is that if you think there is a justifiable reason to be angry or hurt by someone, YOU just didn't understand the situation from the other persons perspective.

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True Challenge

Left a bigger impression then I initially thought... Thought provoking for sure. I really enjoyed this and made my anger card, something worth practicing. Thanks for sharing.

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A practical technique to use....

Just listening to this book reduced some of the angst i was feeling about a recent issue. I look forward to further study and practice going forward.

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Great Perspective

I liked the whole philosophy of this book. It was great from start to finish, and held my attention. The whole concept of this book was refreshing and psychologically appealing. A great listen. Also, I liked the exercises.