A Thinker's Guide To…
The Apocalypse: The Panic
Death has a way of sharpening things, it makes everything come more alive…even as we approach the end. I think that panic can actually teach us a great deal about death.
(Side note: did you know that most people will experience 1-2 panic attacks in their lifetime?) Panic attacks are signs of underlying issues that need to be resolved. Panic is the intense manifestation of the fear of history repeating itself. It's groundhog day without any of the humor.
It's no secret that 2020 has been a total shit show. In all reality, our country is in the midst of the mother of all panic attacks. This is why today, you and I will be exploring the psychological meaning of panic. Specifically, we're diving into how panic attacks us from both within and how it plays out in our life.
What is your panic? What is the World's panic? What does both have to teach us?
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A Thinker’s Guide To… is a podcast for thoughtful, curious observers, who have been collecting systems of meaning for years in a never-ending quest to understand what goes on in your inner world. You feel compelled to not only see what’s in your heart, but to savor the depth and complexity of your life.
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Join me each week as we tell stories and dig deep to extract their meaning, leaving you with key questions to ponder. Think of each episode as an existential sermon specifically designed for the secular thinkers. Together, we’ll think deeply so we can act boldly in a world undergoing profound transformation.