In a new series of videos on Greater Good, forgiveness expert Fred Luskin shares what he has learned from two decades of studying and. you feel. ▫ Forgiveness is about your healing. Forgive for Good- Frederic. Luskin, Ph.D. What is forgiveness? ▫ Forgiveness is not about the person who hurt you. Based on scientific research, this groundbreaking study from the frontiers of psychology and medicine offers startling new insight into the healing powers an.

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I love the exercises and the reminders along the way. I will recommend it to others. What makes it good is the timeless truth regarding forgiveness and the practical ways suggested for people live within forgiveness. Luskin’s best-selling books, Forgive for Good and Forgive for Love.

His presentations explore the HEAL process of forgiveness that, when learned, can lead to enhanced well-being through self-care. I read the book quickly, as the subject matter was important to me.

I will be honest, I believe this book will be more powerful in my life when I am going through difficulties and need to exercise forgiveness. I didn’t finish this book, but I don’t think I need it at this point. Oct 01, Heidi rated it really liked it. It lowers blood pressure, decreases depression, and has a positive effect on the nervous system. I picked up this book at a local library book giveaway.

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Jun 12, Diana rated it really liked it. It’s frgive secular book explaining the whys and hows of forgiveness. Hardcoverpages. Well written easy to understand. It helped me to be more aware of 1. Forgiveness is a process, and I love the pace of the book. In the Forgive for Good workshop and class series Dr.

He did make very good points on forgiving, anger, etc And as Marcus Aurelius says, “if you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have flrgive power to revoke at any moment.


You can also find them here: Forgiveness means that even though you are wounded you choose to hurt and suffer less. Yet through the techniques in this book, these people were, indeed, able to forgive. The only way I would have improved forrgive book was in its format. Good principles and process, but pretty slow to get to the point and meanders a lot.

Fred Luskin Explains How to Forgive

The book has good exercises- luskn on positi This is a good book to shift a perspective on how one sees hurt and pain. It helps me understand that what I’m feeling or experiencing isn’t unique, that my responses to pain are normal actually biologically basedand that I can take control, move on, and make room for new life.

The points that were made are so relatable that you will find goo or your actions between the pages of this book. The book is a good read, although the writing is not all that great.

Forgive for Good: A Proven Prescription for Health and Happiness

Luskin’s research and study on forgiveness is compelling and convincing in his case on why we need to be more forgiving in our lives towards the people and situations that we may still be luskni a grudge against. If you need to forgive, learn how now.

Forgiveness is the experience of peace in the present moment. Instead of focusing on your wounded feelings, and thereby giving power over you to the person who caused you pain, learn to look for the love, beauty, and kindness forglve you.

Fred Luskin will show you how. Then, tell a couple of trusted people about your experience. This book is vitally needed. Luskin helped me to see that any grievance or grudge, no matter how small, when it takes up room in your mind, cred you from totally being in the moment and enjoying your life.


I would’ve liked glod to just get straight to the point. I liked the fact that he revisits the basic ideas introduced at the beginning, because then the reader sees how ulskin whole process hangs together. We need your help to keep the “science of a meaningful life” coming. Your distress is coming from the upset you are feeling now, now what offended you in the past. Forgiveness is one of those issues you know you are supposed to do.

Jun 08, Michelle rated it liked it. The writing isn’t great and his ideas aren’t even all that original. Books by Fred Luskin. Recognize that your primary distress is coming from the hurt feelings, thoughts, and physical upset you are suffering now, not from what offended you or hurt you two minutes—or 10 years—ago. This book will help you move on! Luskin continues to serve as Director of the Stanford Forgiveness Projects, an ongoing series of workshops and research projects that investigate the effectiveness of his forgiveness methods on a variety of populations.

Click here to watch the video about our newest idea, and to donate. Dec 15, Kathleen rated it really liked it. How much longer do you want to be living the past? Forgiveness is for you and no one else.

Luskin lifts forgiveness out of the purely psychological and religious domains and anchors it in science, medicine, and health. Not taking things personally.