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A Fresh Start to a Healthy Emotional Life
Is emotional clutter blocking success in your personal and professional life? You’ve likely heard about the psychological benefits of clearing out the clutter in your surroundings, but how do you handle your emotional clutter — the psychological version of the jam-packed closet or impenetrable garage? Shutting away and trying to hide old pains and traumas creates toxic patterns that can keep you from having the life of your dreams. Integrating mindfulness and cutting-edge neuroscience, international mindfulness expert Donald Altman teaches how to modify entrenched habits and patterns with only a few minutes of attention daily.
Altman first helps you realize what your baggage consists of and how to transform or jettison it. He then shows how to avoid the daily danger of accumulating new emotional clutter. No matter how fraught your life or relationships may be, you can cleanse, heal, or accept the old wounds, mistakes, and disappointments. With Altman’s lifestyle tools, you’ll discover how to address your past, better deal with the present, and cultivate the best possible future. Start fresh with Clearing Emotional Clutter.
“Donald Altman’s de-cluttering lifestyle tools have the potential to rewire your brain so you can gain new levels of mental clarity, overcome limiting fears, enhance your relationships, and even untie knots of new emotional clutter in the moment.”
— Jeffrey M. Schwartz, MD, author of You Are Not Your Brain
“Mindfulness expert Donald Altman shines a bright light on the relationship between mindfulness and emotional health in his excellent new book, Clearing Emotional Clutter, providing you with exactly the tools you need to make mindfulness a daily tool for emotional growth and healing.”
—Eric Maisel, author of Life Purpose Boot Camp
“Provides simple-to-follow but powerful-to-use techniques that will enable you to optimize your abilities and leave your emotional baggage behind.”
— John Baldoni, author of Moxie and Lead by Example
“[Donald Altman] guides readers through six clutter-clearing mindfulness skills . . . .[T]he advice will be most helpful for those impacted adversely by past events.”