A documentary visit to the homes of Christian Aboriginal people from Canada's northland to Arizona and New Mexico showing the influence of godly fathers in the lives of their families. A Ken Anderson...
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The iceberg is a good illustration of the relationship between a person's actions, thoughts, and emotions.
An iceberg can be dangerous to a ship because of its powerful, unseen mass of ice. Often only one-tenth of the iceberg is above the waterline, while nine-tenths are hidden beneath the surface. The iceberg is a good illustration of the relationship between a personÕs actions, thoughts, and emotions. We see a personÕs actions (such as addictions) and hear the words that express emotions (such as anger). These actions and words are above the waterline. For emotional healing to take place, people need to look at their deep longings, emotions, and beliefs which are hidden below the waterline. Often it is these below-the-waterline dynamics that cause the unhealthy and harmful behaviours we see in actions and words. The pain, shame, and contempt connected to unmet longings affect present-day relationships. This DVD explores a path to healing that includes below-the-waterline issues of the heart, soul, and mind.