In this class, we will explore the topic of self-forgiveness. I know that many of us carry a lot of baggage from the past along with us and with that baggage, there’s often guilt, shame, regret, etc. So this class will be an opportunity to gently and gracefully explore either what self-forgiveness as a practice could look like in your life moving forward or to look at a specific situation or experience you would like to forgive yourself for. There will be reflective journaling, reframing, affirmations and we’ll close with tapping.
Amy C. Willis (she/her) is a Sobriety & Mindset Coach who supports women in reclaiming their power and freedom through sobriety. Amy comes to this work after struggling with alcohol addiction for 15+ years and losing her dad to his alcohol addiction. Amy is a dual-certificated coach, a writer, a speaker and is also a certified meditation teacher and a certified EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)/tapping Practitioner, which are modalities she brings to her work with her clients. Amy loves to travel, read, build community, move her body and meditate. When Amy’s not working, she’s hanging out with friends, spending time outdoors or cross-stitching.
- Reflection: Reframing (3 mins)
- Journaling: Shifting To Curiosity & Compassion (3 mins)
- Gratitude & Self-Love: Exploring Our Own Self-Forgiveness (3 mins)
- Affirmations: For Self-Forgiveness (3 mins)
- Tapping: Compassion Instead Of Criticism (4 mins)