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᠖ Online שּ The Soul of Shame: Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves page ᠿ Kindle Ebook By Curt Thompson MD ᢟ ᠖ Online שּ The Soul of Shame: Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves page ᠿ Kindle Ebook By Curt Thompson MD ᢟ Who would want to embark on an expedition into the unknown and painful regions of our own soul where evil has caused disharmony and disintegration in body, brain and heart But this is what Curt Thompson invites us to do Like a skillful surgeon encouraging us through a difficult but necessary procedure, he works to set us free from our old stories in which shame holds us captive to the common, core fear of having our inadequacies exposed Naming that fear is the road to healing and hope, not only in our own soul but also in our marriages, families, communities, churches and places of work This is a challenging but profoundly life giving book that teaches ususing many fascinating stories from Thompson s work as a psychiatristhow to relate our inner world of thoughts, emotions and body sensations to the intriguing findings of contemporary brain science, and above all to the biblical story of God s longing that we live openly in the light of his love, delight and grace Thus new stories are told Richard Winter, psychotherapist, professor of practical theology, director of counseling, Covenant Theological Seminary Curt Thompson critiques shame as an elusive phenomenon, hiding in the shadows In The Soul of Shame, using a theological lens, he drives shame into the light by framing it as a ubiquitous and intrusive force that creates chaos in the mind, isolation in relationships and suffering in the soul Since shame is relational, he locates healing in nurturing communities rather than the isolated self Everyone will be enlightened by this illuminating analysis, entranced by the elegant language and filled with hope by the availability of communal healing Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt, authors of Making Marriage Simple and Getting the Love You Want First and foremost, Curt Thompson is a wise, kind and generous guide through the foul thicket of shame No word or topic sends people hiding readily than shame, yet it is the brooding, merciless killer of joy in all our lives Curt weaves biblical wisdom, neuroscience research and powerful stories into a covering that doesn t hide our shame but enables us to name what is keeping us from freedom and wonder This is a magisterial workthoughtful, compelling and transformative Dan B Allender, professor of counseling psychology and founding president, The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology There is a beautiful freedom in moving without fear into the science of the mind and soul To assume that God is good, that his word and work in the world are real, and then to assume that there is much to know about the physical science behind his work is, to me, a thing of honest beauty I am blown away by Dr Thompson s ability to so completely integrate the narratives of science, faith, the ever raging battle between good and evil and the human experience In addition to my own struggles, I can think of several close friends whose shame filled narratives cause much heaviness and sadness I am inspired by this book to continue to carry my stuff into the light, and to help others do the same Sara Groves, singer songwriter Fans of Brene Brown s work will find in The Soul Of Shame an intelligent, complementary but not identical companion to their reading This book would also be helpful to pastors, spiritual directors, and anyone who finds themselves longing to understand why they do the things they don t want to doand how to move toward joy instead Every minute of every day we choose between shame and love, Thompson writes It takes intention to combat shame, but, as he reminds us, it is not a battle we fight alone Our God fights for and with us Michelle Van Loon, Patheos, November 5, 2015 The Soul of Shame provides an in depth examination of shame and how it affects every aspect of our lives It is an incredible resource for every pastor who provides pastoral care and counseling We readily recognize the effects of sin upon the physical body but fail to recognize its impact on the brain that cause neurological changes in the brain which then affects our emotions and thinking The Soul of Shame will empower pastors and counselors to see that shame is a root issue to most challenges we face in our fallen world It s a must read if one wants to be serious about caring pastorally for the Lord s people Brad Hoefs, Outreach Magazine s Resources of the Year, March April 2016 We need to talk about shame Curt Thompsons recent book The Soul of Shame Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves InterVarsity Press, 2015 does just that and is, in my opinion, one of the most important books written this past year I dont say this lightly, for there are few books I have read that could ever make this list this should be a book that every Christian pastor needs to know intimately, every parent should read cautiously for the sake of their children, and most Christians should have access to It is a book that is applicable to everyone on some level, whether you yourself are dealing with shame or you know someone who is Randy Hardman, Seedbed, December 31, 2015 Under the rapid fire pace of modern life, Dr Curt Thompson provides laser focus to the dynamics of the human soul and especially the crushing weight of untreated shame With the heart of a pastor and the training of a surgeon, Dr Thompson excavates layers of shame and then demonstrates their life destroying aspects when left untreated His training in psychiatry and medicine and his love and commitment to the life and spirit of Jesus uniquely qualify him both to diagnose and treat the ailment while pointing us to the one and only source of true life Every individual who suffers under the weight of shame will benefit from this important book Gayle D Beebe, president, Westmont College Though shame often exerts hidden, destructive power over us, The Soul of Shame invites us to find freedom with each other and in God s story of love for us Curt Thompson weaves together experience, insightful stories, science and Scripture to invite us into a story of healing and flourishing together This excellent book will help to guide my thoughts and relationships for a long time Kent Annan, author of After Shock and Following Jesus Through the Eye of the Needle Curt Thompson has written a book that is both truthful and honest honest about our self diminishment and truthful about alternatives He is a shrewd observer of human reality and reads the Bible in knowing and compelling ways The result of these qualities is a book that is potentially transformative and emancipatory for many readers An important byproduct, in my reading, is the recognition that the church has spent much too much time on the issue of guilt The move from guilt to shame is a move from rules that may smother to relationships that may hurt but that also have the capacity to heal This is a wise book that knows about our present tense and our possible future Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological SeminaryCurt Thompson MD, Wright State University is a psychiatrist in private practice in Falls Church, Virginia He is also the founder of the Center for Being Known, a nonprofit organization that develops resources to educate and train leaders within the fields of mental health, education, business and the the church about the intersection between interpersonal neurobiology and Christian spiritual formation He is the author of Anatomy of the Soul Thompson is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and his main focus of clinical and research interest has been the integration of psychiatry, its associated disciplines and Christian spiritual formation He is actively engaged in learning and teaching as he supervises clinical employees and facilitates ongoing education groups for patients and colleagues He also speaks frequently on the topic at workshops, conferences and retreats Serving as an elder at Washington Community Fellowship in Washington, DC, his duties have included preaching, teaching and participation in the fellowship s healing prayer ministry He and his wife Phyllis, a licensed clinical social worker, are the parents of two children and reside in Arlington, Virginia. What is a Soul What the Spirit Meaning of Bible and Do These Terms Really Mean WHEN you hear terms soul spirit, what comes to your mind Many believe that these words mean something invisible immortal exists inside us They think at death this part human leaves GotQuestions Question Answer The not perfectly clear as nature But from studying way word used in Scripture, we can come some conclusions Simply stated, person physical Soul Definition by Merriam Webster definition immaterial essence, animating principle, or actuating cause an individual life How use sentence Define Dictionary definition, principle life, feeling, thought, action humans, regarded distinct entity separate body, commonly held be separable existence body spiritual humans See religion philosophy Britannica Soul, philosophy, aspect essence being, which confers individuality humanity, often considered synonymous with self In theology, further defined partakes divinity On Wikipedia On Greek , Peri Psych s Latin De Anima major treatise written Aristotle c BC Although its topic soul, it about spirituality but rather work might best described biopsychology, description subject psychology within biological framework difference between spirit man are connected, Hebrews humanity being who connects God Is Questions translation Hebrew ne phesh psykheThe literally means creature breathes, The new machine Orange County Register days agoThirty five years ago Tracy Kidder electrified readers his New Machine, detailed development minicomputer Today may seeing emergence another Jan Album available everywhere September Rex Arrow Films, Rostrum Records TreeJTV Present Mac Produced By ID LabsClinical Staff Curt Thompson, MD Associates Associates Psychiatric Counseling practice offers relationally focused care context spiritually attuned scientifically informed Shame Retelling Stories We Believe About Thompson MD, Wright State University psychiatrist private Falls Church, Virginia He also founder Center for Being Known, nonprofit organization develops resources educate train leaders fields mental health, education, business church intersection interpersonal neurobiology Christian Anatomy Surprising Connections want improve relationships experience lasting personal change Join on amazing journey discover surprising pathways transformation hidden own Past ASHG Award Recipients ASHG Names printed green typeface linked their addresses given Annual Meeting William Allan VoyForums BENCHSEATRACIN This weekend Cecil Dragway BENCHSEATRACIN, Fri Saturday November th Test n Tune CALL OUT RACES Tri Street Car Challenge Gates open am, Racing am until pm Dr Gordi Khera, Book Appointment Phoenix, AZ Dr cardiology specialist AZ has been practicing graduated King George Medical College specializes H k le H performance accurate wa kaulua, Polynesian double hulled voyaging canoe Launched March Voyaging Society, she known her Hawai i Tahiti voyage completed exclusively navigation techniques primary goal was explore anthropological theory Asiatic origin native Oceanic Sorensen Root Funeral Home website Jackie LeMire died Saturday, May home She born Fresno, CA Theodore James Lillian Bess Randall Felles Gladys Rose Paquette Paquette, Aitkin formerly Brooklyn Park North East Minneapolis passed away peacefully Thursday, January Aicota Health Care Raisa Platte, Healthgrades urogynecology reconstructive pelvic surgery Grand Rapids, MI Donetsk National gynecologic The Soul of Shame: Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves

    • Hardcover
    • 209 pages
    • The Soul of Shame: Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves
    • Curt Thompson MD
    • English
    • 2016-07-11T05:34+02:00