Colin Tipping

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Colin Tipping (1941–2019) was born in England and taught at London University before immigrating to the United States in 1984. With his wife, JoAnn, he co-founded the Georgia CancerHelp Program and Together-We-Heal, Inc., and founded The Institute for Radical Forgiveness Therapy and Coaching. Tipping is the author of the international bestseller Radical Forgiveness: Making Room for the Miracle and other books and online programs based on the practice of Radical Forgiveness.

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Perfect in Our Imperfection, with Colin Tipping

In this video teaching from the free Self-Acceptance Project, Tami Simon speaks with Colin Tipping, founder of the Institute for Radical Forgiveness Therapy and Coaching and author of the international bestseller Radical Forgiveness: Making Room for the Miracle. Colin cofounded the Georgia Cancer Help Program and Together-We-Heal, Inc. with his wife, JoAnn.

His titles with Sounds True include the book Radical Self-Forgiveness: The Direct Path to True Self-Acceptance and the audio program The Power of Radical Forgiveness: An Experience of Deep Emotional and Spiritual Healing.

 

 

What is Radical about Radical Forgiveness?

Tami Simon speaks with Colin Tipping, the creator of a method for personal and spiritual growth called Radical Forgiveness. He is the founder of the Institute for Radical Forgiveness Therapy and Coaching, the cofounder of the Georgia Cancer Help Program, and author of the new Sounds True book Radical Forgiveness. Beginning February 2, 2010, Colin Tipping will be hosting a three-part online live event with Sounds True entitled Radical Forgiveness for Healing. Colin discusses Radical Forgiveness, its five steps, and the relationship between Radical Forgiveness, the healing of cancer, and weight loss. (51 minutes)

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