New Book Teachers Readers How to (Really) Forgive

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New technique presented in book by Shlomit Oz revolutionizes the process of forgiveness.

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In this easy to follow method, readers are invited to release physiological stresses stored in the body by utilizing mind/body techniques.

With International Forgiveness Day just around the corner, millions of people will be reevaluating how to free themselves through forgiveness.

In her new book, How to Forgive: The Path from Resistance to Acceptance to Forgiveness to Love (published by Balboa Press), Shlomit Oz provides readers with the tools to truly move on from any situation, from life-changing betrayals to a parking ticket. The theory, she says, is a simple method for experiencing forgiveness and healing as a physiological process.

In this easy to follow method, readers are invited to release physiological stresses stored in the body by utilizing mind/body techniques.

The book offers a full sensory process for restoring inner peace and harmony in the individual. In order for forgiveness to be truly experienced, it needs to be more than just thoughts or words – it needs to be a full-body sensory experiential process.

Oz is a successful mind/body expert who developed the popular iPhone® applications iWell-being App, I am Wonderful Affirmations App, Exercise Posture App, iDrummer Inside, iEat Slow, iCalm Baby and iEat Slow International, which can be used in conjunction with the book for extra guidance and support.

Oz is certified in leading mind/body techniques, including Somatic Experiencing, Alexander Technique, Yoga, Meditation & Callanetics and has helped create significant transformations and elevation in those she has worked with as a guide and coach.

“The book is a revolutionary way to forgive,” Oz says. “Nothing like it exists and it’s not just lip service, it actually creates a meaningful change and shift in the reader's consciousness.”

For more information on the book or iPhone® applications, visit ifeelgoodllc.com.

How to Forgive: The Path from Resistance to Acceptance to Forgiveness to Love
By Shlomit Yona Oz
ISBN: 978-1-4525-4831-9
Approx. 52 pages
Paperback 5” x 8”
Retail price: $8.99
E-book price: $3.99
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Balboa Press

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