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Embracing Forgiveness

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Apr 4, 2013
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9781452560991
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Born and raised in Romania, Eva Adam, moved to Norway in 1993 and married her Norwegian husband, Leiv. Together with him and their son, Leif, Eva had the perfect family life, until the past managed to hunt her down. Going through a major shift, battling with her memories of sexual and physical abuse back in Romania, Evas body and mind started to break down, and she became sick and depressed.

Motivated to learn how to change her health issue, Eva started to learn to heal herself practicing Reiki healing, shamanic healing, and meditation. She traveled to many places, attending many courses in Norway, Sweden, India, and the US, hoping one day shell feel better.

But her healing started the day she started to forgive. Working with the teachings of A Course in Miracles helped Eva to close the gap of separation between her and God, between her and persons she believed did her wrong. She understood all she had to do in order to change her own life was to forgive all of them, including herself. Understanding that she could create or re-create her life every day, Eva managed to change her thoughts and break the circle of her ancestors. Guided by Gods words in her daily life, Eva finally changed her life.

Good luck to you.
I love you.
Be blessed.

Editorial:
Publicado:
Apr 4, 2013
ISBN:
9781452560991
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Libro

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Eva Adam, earlier offshore lab tech, lives with her husband, Leiv, a cat, and a beagle in Moville, Iowa. She moved from Sandnes, Norway, in 2011. Utilizing the teachings of “A Course in Miracles,” Reiki, and shamanic healing, along with forgiveness, Eva managed to move through a major shift in her life. She hopes Embracing Forgiveness will help and motivate the readers to embrace forgiveness, something that will stimulate them to change their thoughts and finally change their entire lives.

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Embracing Forgiveness - Eva Adam

Copyright © 2013 Eva Adam

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Balboa Press rev. date: 03/28/2013

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

I       THE BEGINING

II     SOMETHING OLD AND SOMETHING NEW

III    WISHING I WERE FREE

IV    GOD IS MEAN, AND HE DOESN’T EXIST

V     PANIC TIME

VI    BEING A MOM AND ACTING LIKE ONE

VII   GOD WAS WAITING FOR ME TO BE READY

VIII  THERE IS A TIME FOR HEALING

IX    TO CREATE OR RE-CREATE

X     THERE IS A TIME FOR LOVE

XI    THERE IS A TIME FOR LETTING GO

EPILOGUE

I dedicate this book to my beloved husband, Leiv, and to my wonderful son, Leif, for being such tremendous help and support for me when I was sick. They are my helping angels.

Love you.

Be blessed.

Introduction

As you embrace forgiveness, miracles start to happen.

Forgiveness is the universal power that moves mountains. And when these mountains are moved away from your life, a new path opens. And when a new path opens, you start walking the path, and what you see or sense in front of you scares you.

Why? Why is change so scary? Because it means the old, well-known world starts to fade away, making a place for something new and unknown to appear. And because new things are not always easy to accept, we may want to go back to our old world—to the way we were and with what we had. We want to return to the old us.

For example, some years ago, my husband bought a new car for me because he was so tired of repeatedly having to repair the car I had. That and the fact parts were so expensive made him decide to buy a newer car. After all, it shouldn’t demand as much maintenance and would be easier for me to drive.

So he bought the car and invited me to take a drive with him so I could try the car. While he was driving, he kept bragging about the new car, about how easy it was to drive the car because it had an automatic transmission, and how comfortable the seats were. And I was sitting there beside him, afraid to try the car, because it didn’t have a gearshift (my old car wasn’t automatic, like this new one). Can you believe that? What can be easier to drive than a car with an automatic transmission?

I was caught in, No, I don’t want to say good-bye to my good old car, and that’s why I wasn’t ready to exchange cars. But deep down inside me, a small voice kept repeating, You have to accept the new car ’cause LS will not repair the old one anymore, you know. So, despite my skepticism and fear of the new car, I had to try it. It took me only five minutes to adapt to the new car—to the no-gearshift car—and to love it. Now, eighteen years later, I can’t even imagine how to drive a standard transmission car. Can you believe it?

Let’s think a little bit. If I had allowed my fear of the new car to take over, I would never have been able to enjoy a new car. I would have never been able to allow a new path to open itself for me. I would never have been able to change.

What I’m trying to say is when I accepted the need to change my attitude, a miracle happened. When I

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