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    Bryan Cassidy
    Adventurer
    @bcassidy

    Because of all the spiritual and meditation work I’ve done over the last 8 years, I’ve developed a lot of knowledge and expertise about techniques, skills, and the types of practice.  Forgiveness is such a personal thing though so the best thing I can offer students of my course is examples of how I forgave others and myself.  Whether that was overcoming an abusive childhood and learning how to trust and be vulnerable with women, learning to overcome the attachment to material wealth I accumulated from growing up in a wealthy area full of professionals from traditional backgrounds, or overcoming addictions to tobacco, personal stories from my life are going to be my best way to connect with and inspire those taking my course.

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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    I love this and 100% agree. I also feel like the second gift you can offer after you’ve shared your story is the specific techniques or tools you used to truly let go and forgive. I imagine there must be many. Something different for each case?

    Stories will inspire. Tools will support.    🙂

    Great insight!

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    Bryan Cassidy
    Adventurer
    @bcassidy

    Thanks! I love that line “stories inspire, tools support”

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    Andy Freist
    Mountain Guide
    @andyfreist

    Thanks for sharing this Bryan 🙂

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