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The Apology Paperback – November 19, 2016
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What if, collectively, we chose to embrace forgiveness over condemnation? “The Apology,” based on the life of Daniel Lawrence, Reiki Master & Healer, teaches that forgiveness is where healing takes place. The youngest of 11 children, Lawrence is dealt with a formidable challenge upon learning of an anomaly in his chromosomes at the tender age of 13. From that moment forward, Lawrence commits to moving through each life experience as both student and teacher, choosing a path of gratitude over censure; empathy over indifference. “Even after suffering a series of betrayals by those closest to me, as a healer, I felt I had a responsibility to fix things. In truth, we make our own choices in everything we do. Forgiveness is the path to that healing,” says Lawrence. Society is increasingly rewarded by instant gratification, where thoughts are truncated into text, without much consideration of any emotional ramifications. And yet, even the simplest organisms respond to external stimuli. Given the complexity of the human experience, imagine the cascade of emotions, and the associated “ripple effect” a single word can trigger. From building a successful business in high-rise window cleaning to nurturing his gifts as a psychic healer, Lawrence teaches that when one stays true to their Spirit, embracing all life unconditionally, the deepest lessons can be assimilated. These teachings can then be passed along to others, so they may walk a path of fulfillment, freed from the toxic burdens of emotional suffering.
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