ABOUT THE BOOK:
Experience the Complete Freedom God Originally Planned for You—Body, Mind, and Spirit
Do you feel like depression, anxiety, or addiction have hijacked your life? Mental and emotional disorders impact every part of society—and disrupt life for even the most spiritually devout, intelligent and respected people. Unfortunately, many who suffer from these devastating disorders seek healing through costly, and sometimes harmful, counseling and medications—measures which may bring temporary relief but do not fully correct the underlying problem.
Jacquelyn Sheppard exposes the vital connection between your body, mind, and spirit—and gives you practical tools to:
- understand the connection between your mind and body and discover root causes for such illnesses as depression, addiction, bipolar disorder, OCD, and others.
- identify the life cycles of each disorder —prenatal, childhood, adolescence and adulthood— so you can overcome each cycle using the right tools.
- gain practical “know-how” to effectively combat these disorders through life-giving steps of health transformation.
Reclaim your emotional and mental wellbeing! Silent Takeover delivers ancient wisdom, accessible science, simple nutrition, and life experience while providing a clear blueprint to help you pioneer a new life pathway.
Don’t let your past determine your future—change is possible!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jacquelyn Sheppard is a mother, grandmother, educator and writer. She and her husband, Glenn, live in Missouri on a ten-acre farm where they raise sheep and goats and spoil their eight grandchildren, who live in Boston, Kansas City and Northern Ireland. She is the founder of a private high school, a former journalist and photographer, and the co-founder of International Prayer Ministries. For the past 50 years, her extensive research, experience, and concepts concerning the body and the brain have enabled many to live better lives.
So…this book wasn’t what I expected. I thought it was going to be more about how Jesus heals us of these issues that are listed on the back of the book. That isn’t the case. This book is a lot about nutrition and vitamins and how what we eat or take into our bodies and have an effect on our minds.
Even though it wasn’t what I expected I did find parts of it interesting and I did learn some new things as well. Like now I know why certain things happen in my body, it might be because of what I ate.
It was also interesting to learn how even from birth things that go into our bodies are so important.
If you are interested in learning more about how what you take in can affect your mind than you will probably enjoy this book and learn a lot as well.
A copy of this book was given to me through The Book Club Network Inc. in exchange for an honest review.