JP Moreland shares how twice he was incapacitated for months by panic attacks and anxiety. His new book, Finding Quiet, seeks to make the most of his suffering, condensing the crucial lessons learned from his research. In this episode, JP underlines the importance of addressing both the mental and material aspects of inner disorder.
- 00:30 | Guest host Michael Keas
- 00:54 | Introducing JP Moreland
- 01:15 | The panic attack and recurrent nervous breakdown that led to JP’s journey to conquer anxiety
- 03:30 | Writing Finding Quiet to redeem the suffering by sharing lessons learned
- 04:00 | Why are many people of faith reluctant to take psychiatric drugs?
- 06:00 | Medication is not unspiritual. Our souls have bodies.
- 06:30 | A holistic, body and soul approach to anxiety
- 07:20 | Not just medications but a multi-dimensional approach
- 07:45 | Why think we have an immaterial soul? What difference does it make whether there’s a soul?
- 09:20 | Freely using our minds to restructure and heal our brains.
- 10:00 | Training our bodies as instruments of righteousness
- 11:00 | Retraining our habits, triggers, and “neuron grooves”
- JP Moreland’s Website
- Finding Quiet: My Story of Overcoming Anxiety and the Practices that Brought Peace by JP Moreland at Amazon.com
- The Soul: How We Know It’s Real and Why It Matters by JP Moreland
- “On Anxiety Problems Today” at YouTube