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Forgiveness: 21 Days to Forgive Everyone for Everything Hardcover – December 3, 2013
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Reading about forgiveness is one thing, but having a mentor walk you thru the steps is another. Iyanla is authentic...she doesn't sugar coat anything. She says for some the process can be like extracting a tooth without Novocain (which I can relate to as I sit with a tooth dangling, waiting for my oral surgery appointment) and for others like walking up a steep mountain with 100 pounds on your back.
I love her candidness - she was going to beat the crap out of someone and she isn't even prone to violence. Someone real is my hero, not to say that I put her on a pedestal. I just respect people who are frank. Venus Andrecht is another woman I love (she's a radio personality and intuitive counselor. I don't like some things about her, but I respect her and love her regardless of any flaws.) The same is true with Iyanla. If you've read Peace from Broken Pieces, this is the next book.
Disclaimer - I haven't gone through all 21 days, just the first and I perused the rest of the days. Iyanla recommends 30-60 minutes a day as you need to journal and process stuff and do the work. I just don't have kind of time commitment right now, but vacation is coming - Hallelujah. I love the concepts and will work the book when I have 21 days to devote to the whole process.
Also, I would advise getting the physical version of the book. Kindle is great for space saving, but I'd rather be writing in a physical book. On the other hand, keeping notes on the Kindle version is private.
If you sign up with Hay House, verifying your purchase, there are lots of bonuses including an upcoming and free internet workshop/lesson (valued at $49) and audio lessons and PDFs, etc.
The EFT portions can seem daunting, but the content, otherwise, is engaging.
The author Iyanla Vanzant has written five New York Times bestsellers. This book is very detailed in steps you need to take with the 21 day project for forgiveness. The book is quite long at 344 pages. But I think the journey is worth and I enjoyed this book. Again I would definitely recommend this book to anyone like myself who enjoys uplifting books that help you be a better person.
Thank you for reading my review.
If you are looking for a hardcore book/workbook on how to forgive someone then yes this book will work for you. If you want a light read, and I know forgiveness is not a light subject but this isn't one of those you can pick up and read a bit and put down. You really need to stay engaged as your read it. I found myself forgetting some of the acronyms used and had to flip back a few pages to remind myself.
Because of the nature of this book and the "workbook" concept with lines to write in I would NOT recommend you buy this in kindle format, I'm not even sure why it is offered as a kindle book. If you are struggling to forgive someone this might be a good book for you, make sure to participate in all the exercises. For me, it was a lot more than I care for at this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As much as I love Iyanla Vanzant, I was a little skeptical about "tapping". I was also bit perturbed that the eBooks companion piece was only offered as an unabridged download. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Queen Bee
Great book, delivered promptly from the UK! Could not ask for better service and a better read! Thank you everyone!Published 10 days ago by Trish
I have just completed this book and it was a very good reflective journey. However, the journey is not complete and I have to read again.Published 20 days ago by L. Jeremy-greene
I regret spending the money on this book and wasting my time trying to decipher it. Out of the millenia of profound writing on forgiveness, how could someone get it so murky? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brook H. Packard
Be aware is more like a religious book.. I didn't know when I brought it because doesn't really mention it on the description. I believe in God but I'm not a religious personPublished 2 months ago by Martha