Do you need relief from emotional pain?
“After my forgiveness session with Ana, the pain in my shoulder (which I’ve experienced for years) is diminishing and my morning ‘chamber of negativity’ experiences have vanished!” ~ Suzy Day, Oregon
In 2018, Ana received the Champion of Forgiveness award from the Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance.
Try Expanded Forgiveness.
Forgiveness Counseling has been scientifically proven to lower anxiety and depression, lower blood pressure and feelings of anger and revenge, and improve relationships and self-esteem. It can help with…
• a relationship challenge, break-up or divorce
• anger and guilt over relationships with your parents, children, siblings or other family issues
• unfinished business with a close friend or business associate
• low self-esteem
• grudges and resentment
• a need to forgive yourself and let go of shame
• “feeling stuck” in life
• suffering from unhealthy recurring patterns
• past or current experience with any kind of addiction or abuse
• a big desire for clarity, peace and joy!
During your forgiveness session, I guide you to feel your body’s wisdom, help you use your breath to open up, and teach you to release the pain and burdens of your heart. You make room for healing and new understanding to enter your heart and mind. Your perceptions shift and your life becomes meaningful in an entirely different way. Once this happens, your behavior will change, your relationships will improve, and new opportunities will appear.
Breath of Life
During face-to-face Forgiveness Counseling sessions, I occasionally use deep breathing techniques, often called “breathwork,” to accentuate your healing process.
Breath of Life sessions connect you to your spiritual wisdom and help you to integrate the changes in perception that happen when you forgive yourself and others.
I have over 20 years of experience using and sharing breathing techniques. Breath of Life sessions are optional, and aren’t available during phone or video sessions.
“Ana, I am so glad I’m learning about forgiveness with you. Compassion and understanding are seeping through my efforts to seek and choose forgiveness instead of the opposite: defeat, shame, frustration and feeling like a victim. Thank you for bringing understanding to what can be such a blockage in my life when I hold onto things. I thought holding was protecting but it is in forgiveness and letting go that a shift truly comes. I choose forgiveness! Thank you for bringing understanding and HOPE.”
— Michelle from Wisconsin