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Trauma emotional healing emotional trauma healing inner healing

The Splankna protocol is a model for trauma resolution. But trauma isn’t always dramatic. We often use the phrase, “trauma, lower case ‘t'”. We mean that there are moments of trauma that can deeply change the heart but look unimportant on the outside. Yes, the death of a...

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Bitterness emotional healing faith healing inner healing spiritual armor spiritual warefare

Bitterness is more than meets the eye. It is a demonic stronghold. If you struggle with a bitter heart, it will not break by simple willpower. Bitterness is unforgiveness that has gone deeper, hardened, and then become an automatic response. A bitter heart needs Jesus himself to break it down....

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Origins Argument emotional healing faith healing inner healing

Critics of Splankna Therapy will often use what we call “the origins argument.” Basically, they assert that if something has tainted origins, then none of its developments, outgrowths, or uses can be redeemable. So if energy psychology was originated (i.e. first considered or...

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Likes the Least emotional healing healing inner healing self-awareness

The other day as we were all standing around the kitchen after dinner, I posed a question to each family member. “Who in this family do you think likes you the least and why do you think that?” I hear Ethan say sarcastically, “This isn’t going to end well.” For half...

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Pull Apart the Clouds depression emotional healing healing inner healing
We’re taking off from Denver airport on a rainy afternoon.  The gray cloud cover is thick and sticky. Our struggling plane inches into the clouds and suddenly the windows swoosh into darkness. We’re encased in the storm. But then, all at once, we peek just above cloud line into...
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Inner Child emotional healing healing inner healing
A weakness of the inner healing movement in Christianity in the last twenty years has been a tendency to over-literalize the concept of the “inner child.”  It’s important to remember that while the metaphor of “inner child” is a useful one, it is still a...
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Self-Esteem faith healing inner healing
We think that the Gospel offers good self-esteem to replace the shame of our sin, but it doesn’t do that at all.   The real Gospel doesn’t offer a strong, healthy ego. It offers freedom from ego entirely. 
 
If you could step behind the veil just for a moment...
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Inner Healing emotional healing emotional trauma faith healing inner healing

There has been a huge inner healing movement in the body of Christ over the last 20 years. The term “inner healing” refers to deep emotional healing from early life wounds. There are many different inner healing models in different Christian circles. What they all have in common is a...

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