Dr. Curt Thompson describes how healing must happen in community, and how it must be both embodied and experienced.
Various Passages | Taught on 07 October 2017 | 30:09
Dr. Curt Thompson walks us through Hebrews 12 and the idea of fixing our eyes on Jesus to find healing.
Various Passages | Taught on 07 October 2017 | 44:15
Dr. Curt Thompson shares how shame primarily resides in the micro-moments that are present throughout our days. During this session, Curt played this song: “Nearer God to Thee” by Brigham Young University Men’s Choir.
Various Passages | Taught on 07 October 2017 | 17:12
Dr. Curt Thompson addresses the way that shame interacts with our thinking and feeling and can put us in a state of neurobiological stasis — a sense of being stuck.
Various Passages | Taught on 06 October 2017 | 01:02:26
Dr. Curt Thompson defines the mind and shows how it is a crucial part of having the undivided heart that Psalm 86 emphasizes. (As a way to engage our emotions, longings and imaginations, the song “Jupiter” from Gustav Holst’s The Planets was played before this recording began.)
Various Passages | Taught on 06 October 2017 | 43:31