In this, our inaugural episode of the Conversations with Kelly podcast, you will learn how healing is possible for all of us no matter what struggles we are experiencing or what stage of life we are in. Healing comes in the form of forgiveness of self and of others, gratitude, apologies and love. Love is an antidote for much of what we suffer from. Forgiveness is not about condoning the hurt of another or self; it is about setting oneself free from the agony of holding onto the pain. The love is for self. Loving yourself is enough to surrender this angst. It is never too late to heal the wounds of our lives. The Hawaiian healing practice ho’oponopono was developed by Mormah Nalamaku Simeona. Listen to learn how four powerful phrases can change your life for the better. As you practice, you will heal — and you will add to your quality of living.
About Kelly Grosklags
Kelly Grosklags, LICSW, BCD, Fellowship in Grief Counseling is the founder of “Conversations with Kelly,” an intimate forum that helps minimize grief and reduce the suffering of others. She collaborates with cancer patients, caregivers, trauma survivors and medical and funeral industry professionals to process pain and loss. Kelly is a national speaker and author of "A Comforted Heart: An oncology psychotherapist's perspective on finding meaning and hope during illness and loss." For more information visit ConversationsWithKelly.com