My Past Is A Mirror
April 13, 2016
Hosted by Reverend Nicholas Barrett
We all have pasts that have led us to this very moment. Everything you have experienced, whether positive or negative, is a reflection in a mirror. Much like the image you see when you stand in front of a mirror, it’s not really you, but a reflection of your perception of how you look. In the same way, your past is not how it really was, but what your mind has interpreted and conditioned you to think it is.
To view things from a mirror can skew your entire perspective of your life. Very often, this prevents God from giving you the best for your life, as your mind and its thoughts have edited opportunities that if you had kept moving forward, would have given you untold blessings, abundance, and joy.
This show will inform, elucidate, and inspire the listener on three levels: 1) to gain an awareness of why they have limitations, 2) to resolve anger, and 3) to liberate themselves through forgiveness.
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Our real identity is not found in external trappings. Our identity is in God’s riches, His likeness, and His character. Our show encourages you to find your identity in Christ. We build self-esteem and male/female relationships, unify races, and bring humanity together, thus creating a powerful tapestry of strength in unity. We would have our true selves back and live and function in a way God intended.
Reverend Nicholas Barrett
Reverend Nicholas Barrett, renowned performance coach and psychologist, is also an author and public speaker, specializing in all areas of human development. His books include Mind Set to Fitness, and Get out of Mind Jail. The former was inspired from his passion to make people’s lives better through his previous experiences working with countless clients over 17 years in his health and wellness business.
In his spiritual journey, he strives to be the best version of himself with each new day. Using his passion in the study of human psychology, together with his life challenges and wisdom gained, he has written Get out of Mind Jail.
After losing both his parents tragically in close succession, Rev. Nicholas has gone forward with even greater strength and faith, dedicating his life to helping others on their walk. His mission is to empower, elucidate, and inspire the human spirit one person at a time through his unique gifting and talents, to deliver a message that would be life changing. Rev. Nicholas delivers his content both publicly and privately.