Jun 22, 2022
Jake and Bob walk step-by-step
through the practicals of the healing process using the Immanuel
Approach. This episode is packed with practical content that you’ll
want to revisit again and again.
Note to listeners: there was
an issue with Jake's audio in this episode and we are working to
fix this for future recordings. Thanks for your
[In the Immanuel process], the
goal of healing is connection with God - Jake
- The disposition of our hearts and receptivity
- How self awareness helps us respect the
- Our interpretation of events matter - do we
fear our triggers or see them as God wanting to heal
- A complete walk-through of the steps in the
healing process, based on the Immanuel Approach (see the practical
- We can have pre-verbal memories that are
attached to wounds
- Types of barriers: vows, judgements, lack of
forgiveness, unconfessed sin
- Renunciation of vows and the announcing of
God’s truth/ blessing
- Draw your attention to God. Recall a positive
memory of connection with God or others and allow it to overflow in
an expression of gratitude to Him. This is called the ‘Immanuel
- Now, bring to mind a moment of recent distress
or disconnection. What is it that you’re feeling in that moment?
What are you ‘believing in the feelings’?
- Ask Jesus to show you the root of the distress;
don’t try to figure it out yourself.
- Identify the painful experience and
- Ask the Lord to reveal what He desires for you
- If you begin to feel ‘stuck’ in the process,
there is likely a barrier present. Address the barrier using a
corresponding technique such as renunciation.
- Test the fruit: go back to the original memory
and original distress and sense if there is peace. If difficult
emotion is still present, go back and repeat the relevant
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