If better mental health is your goal, you won’t get there by simply changing your thoughts. Mental health runs deeper than that. For true, lasting mental health, you must get to the root of the thoughts that disturb your inner peace, and that root is the emotion beneath the thoughts. The biggest misunderstanding in mental health is thinking that the issue lies in the thinking mind while it’s actually in our emotional center. As humans, we’re driven by how we feel. As a metaphor, let’s imagine a flower. Our feelings are the roots. The stem is our thoughts. And the blossom is the signal/symptom of thoughts birthed from our emotions. This month, we’re diving deeper into understanding what mental health is—and what it isn’t. And when you’re clear on what mental health is for you, your loved ones, and the community at large, you can take the most effective steps to support lasting health and happiness for all.
Why Mental Health isn’t what you think it is.
Join us on August 24th, 2023 at 12pm PST
I'd like to invite you to attend this very special webinar event where I'll show you:
When you understand mental health, you can embark on your journey with renewed clarity and confidence. That way, your mental health efforts can be effective and long-lasting. For the webinar, find a comfortable seat, tune in, and take the first step toward a happier, healthier YOU. You deserve it.
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Dr. Alman has helped people
all around the globe lead happier, richer lives
Dr. Alman is passionate about teaching people how to transform their lives so they can thrive at home, work, and school.
His journey toward helping others heal began with his search for non-surgical relief from the pain caused by a congenital back condition. This quest led him to pursue an education in psychology, where he was introduced to the mind-body connection. He was fascinated by the power it has to help people heal themselves. He studied under Dr. Milton Erickson, known as the “wizard of Phoenix” for his extraordinary success in mind-body healing, psychology, hypnotherapy, and meditation. Dr. Alman is always ready to learn more so he can better help his clients. His continuing education led him to participate in Kaiser Permanente’s groundbreaking Adverse Childhood Experiences Study. He used this experience to develop several proven techniques to help people find freedom and healing from stress, pain, and suffering. Dr. Alman has now made it his mission to improve mental health and wellness across the globe. To that end, he has