The Healing Code of Forgiveness
Freedom From Racial Trauma
A Day Zoom Workshop with Ester Nicholson
Thursday, October 1 from 6 - 8 p.m.
When we have suffered from abuse or trauma of any sort, forgiveness can be extremely challenging. And when we have suffered from generational, ancestral and the systemic trauma of racism, true forgiveness seems impossible - but it is not impossible. The Healing Code of Forgiveness guides us through a process of becoming aware of, dismantling and deinstalling unconscious programs of racism, trauma, shame and duality. In order to heal the trauma of racism, we must be transformed by the renewing of our minds - we must go back to the beginning - and remember who we are and who we were created to be. The Code supports that renewal.
Special Note: You will be sent a prerequisite video to watch prior to our October 1 Zoom workshop. Please be sure to watch this video before hand.
We acknowledge these are challenging times so if a discount is needed to attend please use the following. Use code:
HEALING for $15 discount,
GRATEFUL for $25 discount,
or BLESSED for a $30 discount.
Please pay what you can.
About Ester Nicholson
Walking back from the crack dealer's house was always the hard part. With her seven-year-old in tow, no promise of "never again" could convince. Even seven-year-olds know better than that. Fast forward to another life and a higher purpose: Walking off the stage at Madison Square Garden after singing with Rod Stewart, Bette Midler, Beyonce' or Barbra Streisand—and having her life story featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).
Ester Nicholson, daughter of a Baptist minister, renowned vocalist, former addict, teacher and author of Soul Recovery - 12 Keys to Healing Dependence – finally realized what her healing called her to: A mission worth living for.
Soul Recovery, the process that Ms. Nicholson developed to heal herself of a life-threatening addiction unifies the 12 Steps of Recovery with universally accepted spiritual practices—and has guided thousands to their recovery and higher purpose.