How Self Forgiveness Leads to Light, Love and a Joyful Life! | Eileen Timmins | TEDxOakParkWomen

  • Опубликовано: 12 дек 2017
  • Eileen Timmins, Ph.D. is on a mission to shine the light to women on how they can forgive themselves. How? By sharing her own story with women to prioritize forgiveness as a way of life with self-love, health, and joy to live a life full of light fulfillment. Eileen is an author, artist, professor, life coach, labyrinth builder and board member. She is the founder of Aingilin, LLC (which means little angel in Gaelic), and lives and works by Marshall Goldsmith’s credo:“If you aren’t opening doors for people, you are closing them!” She’s been opening doors as a senior global Human Resources executive for seventeen years to drive creative innovation, solve business challenges and lead global talent management for companies in the tech, finance and non-profit space. Eileen serves on the Board of Directors of the Friends of Prentice, at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She has her Ph.D.,in Business and Organizational Management, and a MS in Organizational Development. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

Комментарии • 20

  • Ef Ts
    Ef Ts 6 дней назад

    I forgive myself for wasting my time on this boring speaker

  • Lauren Todd
    Lauren Todd 14 дней назад

    I will not cry over mistakes made anymore.

  • Lauren Todd
    Lauren Todd 14 дней назад

    I forgive myself. For mistakes made as a parent, as a wife and financial mistakes.

  • 肉扣
    肉扣 15 дней назад

    Forgive myself.🙏🏻❤

  • Kyunghee Heil
    Kyunghee Heil 2 месяца назад +3

    If you want to receive true forgiveness of sins, it's only through the blood of Christ. Because only when the right price is paid in full, you will be totally free. Go to 2018 CLF New York, listen to Padtor Ook Soo Park's gospel sermon.

  • Sharon H
    Sharon H 3 месяца назад +1

    That was good

  • Sumathy Balaji
    Sumathy Balaji 3 месяца назад +2

    Wonderful talk

  • jemstone0006
    jemstone0006 4 месяца назад +2

    loved this!

  • Spiritual Ĉaviar Ɲ Ɔhampange
    Spiritual Ĉaviar Ɲ Ɔhampange 4 месяца назад +4

    Life changing. This freed something in my I care not to attempt to put into words. Thank you beautiful soul eillen. Thank you for sharing your story, thank you for helping me. Love and light xx

  • Dylan Youngerman
    Dylan Youngerman 5 месяцев назад +7

    i woke up after this

  • Alejandra Bustamante
    Alejandra Bustamante 6 месяцев назад +3

    Why do a Ted Talk has to be the sad story of someone and not the content of learning we all looking for?

    • Alpha
      Alpha 5 месяцев назад +13

      Alejandra Bustamante I think many of us learned from listening to her. I am very grateful that she shared her story.

    • Anita A
      Anita A 6 месяцев назад +18

      Alejandra Bustamante because when others share their story , it helps us see them as more real... we can relate easier. And there is something to be learned here, too. It’s a good ted talk ...

  • michael castro
    michael castro 7 месяцев назад +19

    I adore this woman. She helped me find peace today.

  • Mj Geronimo
    Mj Geronimo 8 месяцев назад +8

    Thank you for this talk. It brought tears in my eyes. I hope I could forgive myself

  • ivone torrijos
    ivone torrijos 8 месяцев назад +1


  • Just Greg
    Just Greg 10 месяцев назад +39

    Thank you for this offering. It is super challenging to release the hurts and harm you have done when you believe you are supposed to punish yourself to show you care. It is a sick and counter productive thought. It is something I am working through right now. Im trying to figure out where that thought process and behavior began. It's almost like I want someone to pity me and feel sorry for me. I am not my mistakes. I am not my past.

    • Clara Sarmiento
      Clara Sarmiento 2 месяца назад

      I see what you mean Greg. I think some of us tend to do this with ourselves from a young age, and we naturalice the fact that everything is always our fault or our responsibility, it has to do also sometimes with the people thas surround us, who don't feel responsable and prefer not to take charge. Then we grow up and as life and mistakes happen, as they will to everyone else we tend to take all that baggage with us. It's a lot for just one human being to endure.

  • Carla Pasillas
    Carla Pasillas 11 месяцев назад +1

    I love this... ❤️