Look At Us Now Mother!

Who among us does not need to forgive one or both of our parents? Forgiving our mothers and fathers, and healing our own core wounds, is essential, foundational work for all of us.

Look At Us Now Mother is an award-winning film in which filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum shares her own courageous journey of forgiveness with her mother. Each time this film is shown, it receives rave reviews and more importantly, helps viewers find the impulse to forgive within themselves.  

The Path of Forgiveness is happy to be partnering with Gayle to spread the word about this film and support her mission of helping others forgive and heal. I believe this is a personal documentary that can help millions of people. 

Gayle is currently raising money through a Kickstarter campaign so the film can be widely distributed. She needs the support of those of us who care about forgiveness. I encourage you to watch two short video clips. One explains the Kickstarter campaign and the other is the official trailer for the film.

Please contribute if you can and share this message with others!


Path of Forgiveness News

October will be a busy month!  These are Eileen’s upcoming events:

October 9 – Helping Clients Forgive – Releasing the Past and Restoring Peace – ACR Conference – Reno, NV 

October 11 – Visit The Path of Forgiveness at Burning Man Decompression – San Francisco, CA

October 15 – Forgiveness as a Tool for Conflict Coaches (Teleseminar)
An Interview with Lorraine Segal, ACR Workplace Section

October 23-25 – Fall Forgiveness Retreat with Michael Gelbart, Mt. Madonna Center – Watsonville, CA


About Eileen Barker

EILEEN BARKER has been writing and speaking on forgiveness, and guiding people who need to either forgive themselves or someone else, for many years. A practicing litigation lawyer who rejected the traditional adversarial role, Eileen has focused her practice on mediation, helping thousands of people resolve disputes outside of court. This work led her into a deep exploration of forgiveness as it relates to resolving conflict and making peace, both with others and oneself.

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