Liberating unmourned loss and unforgiven guilt/shame
Soul Injury (Sōl Ĭn’-juh-rē) noun
1. An overlooked, unassessed wound that separates one from their own sense of self
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Find out your Soul Injury® Score

Many people have acquired Soul Injuries at one time or another. Take this quick inventory to increase awareness about the possibility for yourself.
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The Opus Peace Mission

To provide educational programs to healthcare providers and others that help people reckon with the unassessed wound of Soul Injury, thereby liberating unmourned loss and unforgiven guilt/shame in order to restore personal peace. 
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National Soul Injury® Awareness Month


More than 10,000 dying Veterans taught their Hospice nurses about the ravages this oftentimes insidious injury caused. Signing this petition to proclaim January as National Soul Injury Awareness Month will prompt identification, treatment, and research about Soul Injury.

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Films about Soul Injury for you or your organization
Discussion and education about Soul Injury can be enhanced with the DVDs, Soul Injury: Liberating Unmourned Loss and Unforgiven Guilt or Liberating Unmourned Loss: Restoring Wholeness after Soul Injury. You can purchase the DVDs or webcasts, manuals, discussion guidelines, monthly insight awareness assignments, and receive 2 CEs from HFA.

More About Soul Injury: Liberating Unmourned Loss and Unforgiven Guilt
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Be a change agent. Become an Opus Peace ambassador and bring the message about healing Soul Injuries to your family, community, workplace, civic organization, and faith community.
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Jamey Boudreaux

I have seen this presentation on Soul Injury and it is ground breaking! I am going to start changing how I teach my course at the...

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Bill Kissee | Fresno, CA

I attended an End of Life symposium at the Regional Medical Center symposium. I spoke with the head of the Palliative Medicine department about ...

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Andy Balafas | Chicago, IL

The concept of “Soul Injury” has developed a lot of interest in the Chicago area with little effort.  I have been asked to...

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