The Heart is a Noisy Room: Your Inner Voices, Why They Matter - and How to Win Them Over
Mindfulness. CBT. Opioids. The world is full of people trying to deal with their inner narratives - whether by stilling, talking back, or numbing. In this book Dr Ronald Boyd-MacMillan argues that our hearts are noisy rooms full of voices....
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Mindfulness. CBT. Opioids. The world is full of people trying to deal with their inner narratives - whether by stilling, talking back, or numbing. In this book Dr Ronald Boyd-MacMillan argues that our hearts are noisy rooms full of voices. They can be crushingly negative - telling us we'll never amount to anything. Or they can be positive - and keep us addicted to achievement. We're not mad to have these inner narratives, but we are foolish not to be more aware of them. If we stay oblivious to them, our voices will run our lives. If we stay in their grip, they will ruin our lives. But when we know how to relate to them, our voices become our friends and our guides - so that even in the battleground of life, we can be truly present to ourselves, and become everything we were meant to be.
Ronald Boyd-MacMillan is the Writer-At-Large for the ministry, Open Doors International. He holds a Masters of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Practical Theology from the University of Aberdeen. He has been Asia Correspondent for News Network International (1987-1991) and Asia Bureau Chief for Compass Direct (1996-2002). He is the author of The Fifth Seal: A Guide to the Persecuted Church Throughout the World Today (Baker, forthcoming) and A Faith that Endures. He also runs a non-profit tuition agency for preachers, called Points-A-Cross Inc and has written Bomb-throwing for Preachers - Everything you wanted to know about preaching but were afraid to ask!