Course curriculum

  • 1
    • Welcome
    • Using the platform
  • 2
    Forgive yourself one step at the time
    • Welcome to the heart of forgiveness
    • One forgiveness at a time
    • Rewrite your story: from injury to healing
  • 3
    Extend forgiveness to the other
    • The jolts of forgiveness
    • Soul's pacts
    • Forgiving beyond time and space - Meditation
  • 4
    From forgiveness to gratitude
    • At the heart of forgiveness
    • My life after forgiveness
    • Gratitude & Congratulations


  • How does it work?

    During 9 days you will get a new module and inspiration. Each module comes with a personal creative work to do.

  • How long does each module take?

    The audio are about 5 to 15 minutes long. The creative moment should take you 20 minutes or more if you are having fun and feel inspired

  • At the end of the workshop, will I forgive those who have hurt me?

    Forgiveness takes time and to imagine forgiving everyone at once is ambitious but unlikely. Lasting forgiveness is one step at a time. For some the workshop will be a step on a path of forgiveness, there is no magic recipe, just steps that we make to move at its pace.

  • Do I have access to the workshop once completed?

    Yes, access is unlimited in time, so you will have the opportunity to redo it as much as you want.

  • Is the workshop refundable?

    No. Since the workshop is a source of inspiration, it is difficult to place a notion of satisfaction or repayment. It will simply allow you to be clearer with what you want to integrate. In addition the 2 free modules offers you a tour of the full course and concept.

  • Does this workshop replace a therapy?

    The workshop is a spiritual initiatory journey. It does not replace psychological consultations if you are followed by a professional. It can come in addition as an inspiration.

  • An inspiration to move forward

    This workshop is an inspiration, a guidance. The principles covered are from the NLP, coaching but also a spiritual approach. You may agree with what is being presented to you as well as disagree. This is not an absolute truth but a reflection. Remember that at all times you have your free will and your truth and your feelings belong to you and no one here will seek to impose a belief on you.