|Episode 2 of the New World Now podcast is now live for your listening pleasure. Host Kim Corbin interviews Donald Altman, author of Clearing Emotional Clutter: Mindfulness Practices for Letting Go of What’s Blocking Your Fulfillment and Transformation.
On one level or another, we all carry around some form of baggage, trauma, adversity, or pain from the past. Whether it’s a result of what others have done to us, what we’ve done to others, or even the harm we’ve done to ourselves, this inner emotional clutter directly affects our ability to live a fulfilling life. Drawing on both modern science and ancient practices, Altman explains how managing emotional clutter begins with managing our brains. He also offers easy-to-use practices for dissolving emotional clutter, whether it’s old emotional wreckage from our childhood or new emotional clutter that can build up daily if left unchecked.
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Donald Altman is the author of Clearing Emotional Clutter, One-Minute Mindfulness, and several other books about mindfulness. A practicing psychotherapist, former Buddhist monk, award-winning writer, and expert on mindful eating, he teaches in the neurobiology program at Portland State University. Visit him online at www.mindfulpractices.com.
Kim Corbin is the host of the New World Now podcast. She joined New World Library’s marketing team in 2006, where she joyfully serves as Senior Publicist/Social Media Manager.