The Forgiveness Journey: What Empathy Gives Us
What happens when we slow the ever-present past down and add resonance and a connection to the body? Join Sarah Peyton to explore the brain, anger, and the progression of our journey through forgiveness.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
This webinar follows the progression of our journey through forgiveness. We look at how what we know about the brain and relational neuroscience plays a role in keeping us trapped in the ever-present past, and also in allowing us move forward toward meaning-making. What happens when we slow the ever-present past down and add resonance and a connection to the body?
This recording covers:
- What is Forgiveness?
- Brief review of the brain
- The neurobiology of anger
- The ever-present past
- A proposed forgiveness progression
- What happens when we add empathy?
- Finding balance and meaning
- Questions and time for integration