Comments and Questions

Even after you have read all the information on the websites and perhaps even read one or more of my books, you may find yourself left with questions you want to ask in order to get clarification.  This is where you come to do that.

Perhaps you want to share a success story where Radical Forgiveness or Radical Manifestation played a significant role.  We’d love to hear it.

You may also wish to request help with a particular forgiveness issue you are wrestling with, though I have to warn you that this an open forum so people other than me can and might respond to anything you post.  You can do the same yourself, of course.

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676 Responses to Comments and Questions

  1. Anonymous says:

    PS. I meant to address you as Colin!! Sorry, I had just gotten finished reading the reply a few posts under mine that you wrote to Rob. My apologies.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi Rob,
    Your book, Radical Forgiveness helped me tremendously. Thank you! I had a traumatic brain injury 5 years ago and it helped me work through my feelings with it.
    Also, I’m currently dealing with a situation with a friend. She was a best friend in high school, but we purposefully stopped talking to each other two years ago for different reasons. We recently got in touch and explained our feelings. We talked about moving our friendship forward in a positive direction.
    The issue with that is, she’s not spiritual. I recommended your book to her, but I doubt she’ll read it. Therefore, she won’t understand radical forgiveness. I’ve accepted the perfection in this, but it still makes it hard to reconnect with her.
    I’ve forgiven her and myself, and I hope she has done the same. My question is, if I have forgiven her, is it absolutely necessary to open our friendship back up, start back talking and seeing each other (when she visits- she lives on the opposite coast as I) or can I just forgive and then accept that we have gone our separate ways and move on? I have gone through the worksheet and feel that it has worked, but I feel that our souls don’t match up and feel like maybe I would rather not rekindle this friendship.
    If you could write back and give me some advice, I’d really appreciate it.
    Thank you!

  3. Andrew Gosney says:

    THanks for sharing your book, Radical Forgiveness. I’m wondering if you have a forgiveness worksheet suitable for elementary age children? Or, even any materials suitable for this age group? Thank you for your time.

    Andrew Gosney

  4. Rob says:


    Thank you for your time. I am 46, male and have been diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis. I now life is trying to present me with a gift to evolve, but I just can’t get to a point of seeing the message. The progression of the MG has twice gotten to the point of life threatening. The hardest part for me in this, is my small children and wife. Watching them watch me deal with this. I have been on every path medical, holistic, Traditional Chinese Medicine, nothing works. It’s has become apparent to me that this is a manifestation that needs healing and forgives on a level outside of medical doctrines. Can you give me any insight ?

    Kind Regards,


    • colin says:

      Hi Rob,
      I looked it up in Lincoln’s book, Messages from the Body, Their Psychological Meaning and here’s what it says:

      “Myasthenia Gravis: They are engaged in systematic self-defeatingness that reflects an underlying sense of worthlessness and underservedness of love. They have a “Here’s another fine mess I’ve gotten myself into” pattern doing on. It is the product of rejecting and wrong-making parents.

      I any of this rings true then you will know what you have to do in the way of Radical Forgiveness. If your parents were like that – do the online program for forgiving your parents. If you feel worthless do the online self-forgiveness program. You might also think about hiring a Radical Living Coach, or coming to the workshop I am doing in May. We have three spots left. I hope this gives you some clues about what you have to do to remove the emotional cause of this condition.

    • Rob says:


      Thank you for taking the time to research your response and to respond to me, both your observations are 100% accurate.

      You just gave me my life back!

      Kind Regards,


  5. Eric Kumasaka says:


    Hello, I am a 61 year old retiree who found your program a couple of years ago but I have only done two or three separate forgiveness worksheets.

    Now that I am retired, I now have enough free time to focus on doing the forgiveness sheets and so far, so good.

    But I have for most of my 40 + years of adult work life, encountered many, many toxic co-workers, bosses and others who have contributed to my general unhappiness.

    Do I have to work through each and every person who has “wronged me” so that I can finally find the peace and happiness I’ve been looking for?

    Thank you for your reply.

    Eric Kumasaka

    • colin says:

      Not if the issue is the same in each case. Choose the one you have the most energy on and that should work for them all. If not, then work each one separately. I suggest you do our online 21-day program for forgiving your co-workers. It’s on the website

  6. Alix says:

    I am trying to understand if Holotropic Breathwork will be as affective as Satori Breathwork and what (if any) difference there is? I only see Holotropic Breathwork in my area of Nevada City, CA. Please advise! I am so ready for this! xoxoxo

    • colin says:

      Holotropic Breathwork is a trademarked name so I cannot use it, but Satori Breathwork is more or less the same as holotropic, so if you have found someone doing that in your area, go for it. Enjoy the ride!

  7. Colin,
    Would you equate repentance to self-forgiveness? If not, do you consider repentance to be spiritual significant?
    Blessings to you.

    • colin says:

      I think the word repentence is a religious term. I would not use it in place of self-forgiveness for that reason.

  8. Alex B says:

    Hi Colin,
    I sponsored my wife with her child from overseas. After 3 years I found some evidence that she was working as occasional escort woman. Then I found out that she planned to use me from day one. I separated from her and filled your worksheets 2 times to avoid substantial damage to my financial situation. Anyway, she applied for spousal support for herself and her child.
    So my question is: is there any way I can increase the strength of Radical Forgiveness beyond filling worksheets ?
    Thank you, Alex.

    • colin says:

      Yes, we have online programs and workshops that take you deeper. We still have places in our next Miracles workshop in May. Check the website. You can also hire a Radical Forgiveness Coach.

  9. Ariel Norman says:

    Of course your book Radical Forgiveness has been life-changing for me!
    I am so interested in becoming a coach, but in this present moment in my life and as a single mother, its hard to get by month-to-month, though we do make it somehow! Do you ever offer tithing or scholarships? In every fiber of my being I believe this is something I am meant to do! What do you recommend for me?
    I currently am an Addictions Counselor and work with the at-risk youth population, but still am driven to follow my passion and continue working towards my path as a healer! Thank you for gifting the world with your book, its been a tool I use often and am ever-so-grateful for!

    Ariel Norman


    • colin says:

      We do have payment plans and also online programs for manifesting money. Call 972 202-9926 and talk to Shari

  10. Melodie Green says:

    Hi Colin
    Thank You for all your work with the Radical Forgiveness.
    I am wondering if it would help me clear a situation that has been a deep pattern for me and is part of the PTS-Post Traumatic Stress injury (I call it ”injury” as it IS an injury and not a so-called disorder) that I am in the process of healing myself. A couple of days ago I had a fall and was fairly shocked afterwards,and whilst I was working out how it happened I realised that @present these kind of things have been happening on average once per year. It may be considered to be a so-called ”trauma-trap” and it does feel like that to me. Do you think that I could successfully use the RF technique to help with this?
    I really appreciate your assistance, Thanks in advance.
    Love and Blessings <3
    Melodie Green

    • colin says:

      Yes, most certainly it would help, especially since there is a pattern that is clearly indicating that some deep injury to your psyche as well as your body has occurred and you have repressed it. I would recommend the Miracles workshop which is happening in May. That’s the best way I know to heal a trauma that runs that deep, but if you cannot manage that, then use any of the tools you can find on the website. You don’t want the next accident to be serious or fatal.

  11. Karen says:

    I read Radical Forgiveness and was left with the impression that the Satori breathing is a necessary prerequisite to do the forgiveness worksheets. Is that correct?

    • colin says:

      No, satori breath is neither a pre-requisite or essential. It is just helpful to do in addition to doing the worksheets if you know of a practitioner who can take you through a breathwork session. However, even taking 6 really deep breaths after completing a workshop will go a long way to integrating the shift.

    • colin says:

      Sorry, I meant to say worksheets not workshop

  12. Eileen says:

    Dear Colin,
    Thank you for the wonderful work you have and are doing! As many other individuals have said, a huge energy shift happened as I read Jill’s story! Thank you to you to Jill and her family, etc… I have done much work on myself but still had remnants of ‘victim’. Thank you for the shift! No accidents in the universe! I thank you dearly. Your book is awesome ! I will pass on the word where I ‘now’ live in West Yorkshire!With much gratitude and light blessings, Eileen

  13. Estela says:

    Hi Colin,

    I’d love to interview you!
    I love your work and would like to interview you for my upcoming telesummit, “Unstoppable Confidence: Tips, Tactics and Strategies for loving yourself to live a happier life!” We service mainly women and also some men that are ready to make a shift in the direction of positive change. Your work and point of view is a perfect fit. Do you do interviews?

    Peace and Blessing,
    Estela Rodriguez-Jebril, MSW
    therapist/life coach
    760-715-5733 (phone)
    760-297-1398 (fax)

  14. Diane Moen says:

    Have you ever worked with someone who has amyloidosis?

    • colin says:

      No, I haven’t. But my nephew has it quite badly. What treatments do you know about that he might not?

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