It is time to get out of a destructive cycle of negativity. The hypothesis of this episode is that we often have to be outside of a problem in order to see it objectively and address it. The experiment is to identify an ongoing problem in your life, determine to put it aside, and displace…
The hypothesis of this episode is that we must find a proper balance in our relationships with God, with others, and with ourselves. The experiment is to be aware of these three relationships and how they interact with each other.
Jeremiah shares some thoughts about Christmas.
This episode is about the art of communicating with God. The hypothesis is that there are many forms through which God communicates to us, but we must practice them in order to develop our ability to hear. The experiment is to choose at least one form of communication and exercise it in our relationship with…
Jeremiah discusses the highly important but poorly valued principle of rest. The hypothesis is that resting is a spiritual principle which is integral to a genuine relationship with God. The experiment is to find an experience of resting in God by any means necessary.
Jeremiah discusses the worldview of a “zero sum game” in the context of a relationship with God. The hypothesis is that if we see God as limited in any way, we will relate to Him and to each other in an unhealthy manner. The experiment is to expand our awareness of the limitlessness of God.
The hypothesis of this episode is that thankfulness is a key component to a happy relationship with God. The experiment is to make a conscious effort to be thankful to God for everything in your life, whether seemingly good or bad.
In this episode Jeremiah discusses an action of self-knowledge. The hypothesis is that talking out our unfinished thoughts helps us to understand ourselves better. The experiment is to have conversations about things you don’t understand, but want to understand.
The hypothesis of this episode is that effectively expressing love sometimes requires new ways of communication which may not be not familiar to us. The experiment is to ask your close relationships questions about how to better express your love and care for them.
Jeremiah discusses the human desire to be right all the time. The hypothesis is that admitting our mistakes is an important part of a healthy relationship with ourselves, with one another, and with God. The experiment is to admit when you are wrong.