490 shares powerful stories coupled with an eye-opening forgiveness technique that empowers anyone to experience every day with strength and clarity.
You cannot be happy, healthy, or step into your purpose until you know and understand fully three things about yourself: your love language, fear triggers, and fear language. Knowing these changes everything!
In this audiobook of compelling stories paired with eye-opening truths, Dr. Joan Samuels-Dennis introduces us to the room - a moment in time we must all forgive before we can transform into the beautiful and powerful being we were born to be. Moving beyond principles and theories of the mind, 490 takes listeners on an inspiring spiritual journey to discover the thing we all seek and provides a road map for attaining the highest level of personal growth and spiritual development.
The imagery, challenges, and love woven into this audiobook are vital for such a time as this. This audiobook will offer you opportunities to peer into your room and to begin the journey of fully pursuing your peace. It will allow you to heal past pains and construct new patterns of thinking, speaking, and behaving that exude compassionate understanding, acceptance and love for yourself and all others. It will show you a new way to live, a way that transforms the heart, soul, and mind!
What members say
- Edith Kirk Williams
Forgive and know God
It’s not a “how to” book on forgiveness, but it’s close. It contains an autobiographical description of how the author forgave through Christ. She endured separation at age 3 from her mother and abuse as a teenager. She forgives and recovers by entering the “room” which is the remembered event. She asks what was different about what she wanted to have happened and what trauma actually happened. I didn’t quite understand why she looked in the mirror through her left eye. At points the book rambles as she talks about her visions. Be prepared to hear a lot of Scripture. She wrote the book in 10 days. It could have been revised to be more coherent and the technique would have been easier to understand if it had been explained better. But in a world starved for forgiveness, this book is very worthwhile.