Steve Bremner

Author, Podcaster & Writing Coach

Mind Over Matter? | PodcastThis post is a 1 min read

This week’s episode of the show is not one for casual listening. If you don’t have 45 minutes to invest, then I’d skip this one as it will take listening all the way to the end to truly appreciate some of the thoughts and questions I’m asking in today’s show.

Ever wonder what causes some people who’ve lost a limb to feel phantom pains as though they still had that limb?

Or what makes some people want to cut off their own leg?

Ever wonder how a really handsome guy or a stunningly beautiful woman could have horribly low self-esteem and believe themselves to be ugly?

I’ll give you a common denominator: it’s all in the mind.

This week I discuss a few of these things as they relate to our inner man coming through and having more influence over our natural man in this realm.

If stress and worrying can have harmful effects on our physical health, can’t positive imaging and faith, not, in turn, have the opposite?

Relevant texts this week:

Luke 16:19-31

Proverbs 4:20-23

P.S. / Edit

Since posting this, a listener has Snoped me and pointed out the freezer story probably is NOT true. Link:

Books mentioned in this episode + other relevant recommendations:


Before you go…

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Thank you so much, and I look forward to talking to you in the next episode of Fire On Your Head.

Blessings and fire on your head!

About Steve Bremner

Steve the coffee drinker is a Canadian missionary to Peru, who after raising up disciples to flow in the power of the Holy Spirit within a missional community named Oikos for many years, now helps people bring their own ideas and messages to life through books and audio productions. If you like Steve's blog, you'll also like his books and audiobooks. Note: this post may have contained affiliate links of which the author receives a small commission if you purchase something recommended in the post.

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