Sunday 7th October, 7 pm to 9.30pm 
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645 Tamalpais Drive
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Corte Madera, CA 94925

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Forgiveness Day #22 Is Here!


Presenting the 2018 Forgiveness Day 
Heroes and Champions of Forgiveness!

Sunday, October 7
7 to 9:30 pm

Sunrise Center
645 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera, CA 94925
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Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance  


Hero of Forgiveness Carmen Tarleton

Lye attack victim says forgiveness was 'easy,' loves her life

Lye attack victim says forgiveness was 'easy,' loves her life

On June 10, 2007, Carmen Blandin Tarleton's estranged husband broke into her rural Vermont home, beat her with a baseball bat, and doused her with industrial-strength lye. Doctors called it "THE MOST HORRIFIC INJURY A HUMAN BEING COULD SUFFER."Tarleton spent the next three and a half months in a medically induced coma, and when she awoke, it was to an unimaginable reality: she was blind and permanently disfigured, with burns covering more than eighty percent of her body. Her recovery would include months of painful rehab, dozens of surgeries, and total dependence on family, friends, and strangers for physical and financial care. With so much taken away, no one could have anticipated what Tarleton would gain from her experience: an awakening. A purpose. Joy. By sharing her struggles and ultimate victory over catastrophic loss, Tarleton proves that life is a choice-and, in the process, offers a rare glimpse into the best and worst corners of the human heart.


Champion of Forgiveness Ana Halob


Ana Holub, MA, teaches forgiveness and recovery from addiction as a counselor, author, poet and educator. She holds a BA in Peace Studies and an MA in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University School of Law. Ana is also a certified domestic violence counselor, Radical Forgiveness coach and recovery coach.
Ana is deeply inspired by her daily study of A Course in Miracles, meditation and yoga. From her own difficult childhood to becoming a successful counselor, Ana knows firsthand the benefits of using forgiveness as a tool for inner peace and freedom. Over the past twenty years, she's worked with thousands of people, including couples, at-risk families, hospice patients, non-profits, businesses, and schools.

Ana's mission to extend peace includes her work with inmates in prison (San Quentin) and juvenile offenders. She has provided restorative justice, poetry, and mindfulness meditation to incarcerated people since 2002.

 Ana teaches workshops internationally on forgiveness, recovery from addiction, self-empowerment, women's issues, emotional healing and communication skills. She has presented her work in Singapore, Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Czech Republic, and around the United States. Her books include Forgive and Be FreeThe Edges Are Friendly, and a chapter in Colin Tipping's book, Why You Still Need To Forgive Your Parents. She also created The Healing Power of Forgiveness audio CD and several online courses, including Forgive and Be Free of Your Addictions. She's worked for over 20 years in the field of restorative justice and reconciliation, teaching her clients practical skills for living boldly in harmony, strength and empowerment. Find out more at www.anaholub.com



Hero of Forgiveness  Dan Craig-Morse

As we are seeing so many nationally and internationally publicized examples of sexual abuse by men, this is a very valuable time for men to step forward to self reflect on our own complicity in this epidemic and to offer healing, humility and forgiveness towards those women who have suffered, often in silence for years, as a result of male abuse of power.  We of the Sacred Masculine, aspire to being transparent about our own pursuit for healing and to help provide opportunities for other men to join in a process of reconciliation and in our desire to move beyond a culture where violations of woman has had a long and terrible history.


Dan Craig-Morse, MFT, a therapist in Sebastopol, has worked extensively with an empathic communication process with couples and families and has provided trainings on this process for military families and child care workers around the country.  Dan has worked within the men's community to help promote our Sacred Masculinity to foster a consciousness of presence and compassion during this age of the #metoo movement. He organized a Men's Forgiveness Ritual for the women a recent Magdalene Easter Moonrise Service led by Christy Micheals.  Dan has also been involved in working with esoteric spiritual traditions to help provide guidance and ballast during these "transitional" times.

Forgivness Forum 

 Why Forgive?


Michaell Gelbart

Clinical Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapist, Psychotherapist




 Eileen Barker, is an internationally acclaimed forgiveness teacher and coach.  A practicing lawyer who rejected the traditional adversarial role, Eileen focused her practice on mediation for over twenty-five years, helping thousands of people resolve disputes outside of court. This work led her into a deep exploration of forgiveness as it relates to resolving conflict and making peace, both with others and oneself.  Eileen is the founder of The Path of Forgiveness and the Forgiveness Training Institute. Eileen has led forgiveness retreats at the Esalen Institute and elsewhere in the US and Europe. In 2016, Eileen was recognized by the Worldwide Forgiveness Alliance as a “Champion of Forgiveness,” along with Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Andrew Bozeman is a distinguished speaker, coach, writer and trainer with 35 plus years experience as an ordained minister who ties spiritual teachings to quantum physics. He has enjoyed successful careers in management coaching and technology training. He has developed the healing process of Functional Forgiveness. Andrew’s featured talk, “Stop Slamming the Door in Your Own Face” explores the tools the human body has available through self-forgiveness to combat and reverse the effects of negative behaviors that block success. 

Jane Jennings. Has been teaching forgiveness since the 80's She has worked with AIDS patients during the height of the crisis Has helped people in hospice make their peace. And for many years she worked with the victims of domestic violence. Helping women move on with their lives.

She is been a practioner for the Church of Science the Mind for the last many years.

 $20 in advance  $25 at door

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