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Beyond writing books and giving presentations, Azim loves to stay committed to his work as a writer. Every month he publishes a newsletter in which he follows his “Musings” and answers a Question of the Month.  The topics range from his expertise in peacebuilding and forgiveness to seasonal topics such as New Year’s mission statements to the rebirth of spring, leadership near elections, gratitude in the fall and more. Here you can find the archive of his newsletters for your reading enjoyment.

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Question of the Month: How Do You Speed up Your Healing Process and Recover From Traumas

By teamazim / July 22, 2021 / Comments Off on Question of the Month: How Do You Speed up Your Healing Process and Recover From Traumas

How do You Speed up Your Healing Process and Recover from Traumas? We all know that therapy works wonders and is quite valuable in society. There is also great wisdom and tutelage that comes from “applied experts” like Azim Khamisa, who walk the talk and talk the walk having actually learned forgiveness through an unbelievable…

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Monthly Musings: How to Turn Your Traumas into Treasures

By teamazim / July 22, 2021 / Comments Off on Monthly Musings: How to Turn Your Traumas into Treasures

Dear Friend, Last month, I completed my 4th online master series: “Strengthen Your Spiritual Resiliency” which is a 4-day intensive immersion workshop that used to be a 2-day in-person experience prior to the pandemic. I have been doing this workshop for over 20 years and am grateful that most participants experience a transformative breakthrough. One of the…

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Question of the Month: What Does it Mean to Be a Good Father vs. Being a Good Dad?

By teamazim / June 11, 2021 / Comments Off on Question of the Month: What Does it Mean to Be a Good Father vs. Being a Good Dad?

What Does it Mean to Be a Good Father vs. Being a Good Dad? If I look at my own challenges around being a father of my children, Tasreen & Tariq, I believe I may have fallen into the same trap as my own childhood. While I was always a father and took care of…

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Monthly Musing: Forgive and Honor Your Father

By teamazim / June 11, 2021 / Comments Off on Monthly Musing: Forgive and Honor Your Father

As we approach Father’s Day, I want to write about the importance of forgiving your fathers and family relationships. If this is not a challenge for you, count your blessings and say a prayer of gratitude as that is truly a blessing! At the onset, let me wish all fathers globally a very happy, joyous,…

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Question of the Month: How Do I Build My Spiritual Resiliency?

By teamazim / June 11, 2021 / Comments Off on Question of the Month: How Do I Build My Spiritual Resiliency?

How Do I Build My Spiritual Resiliency? I am looking forward to meeting you in the upcoming course next month that teaches exactly this, through my 6-step process of forgiveness. I can promise a transformative breakthrough, as most participants have experienced in this course over the last couple of decades. I invite you to read their testimonials and to watch more…

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Monthly Musing: Why Forgive?

By teamazim / June 11, 2021 / Comments Off on Monthly Musing: Why Forgive?

I often get asked this important question: “WHY should I forgive?” Just the thought of forgiving someone who has caused major hurt, pain, and disruptions will most likely usurp feelings of anger often accompanied by a faster heartbeat and someone’s blood pressure going through the roof. The natural response is, “he or she is not worthy…

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Question of Month: Who Can Benefit from Azim’s Forgiveness Workshop?

By teamazim / April 20, 2021 / Comments Off on Question of Month: Who Can Benefit from Azim’s Forgiveness Workshop?

Who Can Benefit from Azim’s Forgiveness Workshop? It is clear that almost everyone has someone or something in their past to forgive and we can always increase our spiritual resiliency. What is becoming more clear is that we need communities of like-minded people and we need to strengthen our relationships with our existing communities. For…

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Monthly Musing: Emotional Spring Cleaning

By teamazim / April 20, 2021 / Comments Off on Monthly Musing: Emotional Spring Cleaning

Last Tuesday, finding that I had a free afternoon, I did some spring cleaning: I cleaned out my closet and donated several suits and other garments that are still in good condition. This has been on my mind for some time now and it felt good to finally take care of it. I needed to…

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Question of the Month: What Did you Get Out of Azim’s Forgiveness Workshop?

By teamazim / March 10, 2021 / Comments Off on Question of the Month: What Did you Get Out of Azim’s Forgiveness Workshop?

“I’m glad I was receptive to the overture to attend this seminar. Azim’s power is both in his message and how his approach has helped him come to terms with the terrible tragedy he suffered. On reflection, I’m startled at how little there seems to be about the path to forgiveness. Yet when we hold…

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Monthly Musing: The Benefits of Forgiveness

By teamazim / March 10, 2021 / Comments Off on Monthly Musing: The Benefits of Forgiveness

Happy March! I am elated to share with you that my spring virtual conference is just a few weeks away and we still have space for you. This month’s newsletter looks at the less talked about behind-the-scenes testimonials and magic that manifests because of the practice of forgiveness. Over the years of doing this work, I have…

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