Mindful Monday – P. S. I Forgive You, by D. G. Kaye – A Mindful Journey

Forgiveness

Mindful Monday with Colleen Chesebro

 

The talented Colleen is the author of The Heart Stone ChroniclesThe Swamp Fairy and runs 2 blogs, one where she offers up writing tips and challenges and one on her experiences and growth in life in her journey to mindfulness and health. Today I was thrilled to find that Colleen has chosen my book, P.S I Forgive You, to review and share the messages she took from my book.

 

 

Welcome to Mindful Monday. Each week I look at new or sometimes old things about myself on my journey to becoming more conscious about my life journey. I have found that being mindful encompasses the act of being watchful, aware, wary, heedful, alert, careful, or attentive, in whatever area in my life I feel it applies to, as I try to engage in the present.

Come and join me on my journey. You never know what you will learn about yourself.

I have something different for you this week. It’s a book review of a novel that touched me deeply. The subject matter had to do with a journey and a liberation of pent up emotions that enabled the author to find peace. If that is not a mindful journey, I don’t know what is.

Mindfulness is about change, understanding, and acceptance of who we are and who we want to become. We all have a journey, and who we are as children changes through the years into adulthood. Perhaps it has to do with maturity, but we all get to a certain age where reflection leads to deeper understanding and forgiveness of the things we simply cannot change.

Please let me introduce: P.S. I Forgive You

MY RECOMMENDATION:

How many of us come from dysfunctional families? I know I certainly came from one. However, when you are the child of a narcissistic mother, those wounds fester and bleed well into adulthood becoming baggage that hangs around your heart. Almost certainly, these feelings are accompanied by guilt and a desire to understand why a mother could treat her own flesh and blood in such a demeaning way. Especially, when you would never think of treating your own children with such disdain.

This is the author’s journey to redemption. Continue Reading . . .

 

Source: Mindful Monday – P. S. I Forgive You, by D. G. Kaye – A Mindful Journey

20 thoughts on “Mindful Monday – P. S. I Forgive You, by D. G. Kaye – A Mindful Journey

  1. Debbie, I agree with Colleen…when our journey become mindful, forgiveness starts flowing naturally as it percolates down into our heart too! Congratulations about such a nice and insightful review of your book.

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