Ancient Secrets of Mental Health
Science, Scripture, and a guy named Daniel; how sacred texts reveal throughout history ways you can transform your mental health.
Do you have stress or anxiety in your life? Do you feel sluggish and tired? Do you wonder if your failures have any purpose? Are you fed up with life in general?
You can have a new outlook on life and find the joy and peace and success you've been searching for. You can let go of stress, anxiety and even pride and find a new reason for living! The first step is up to you. Take it today!
Ancient Secrets of Mental Health will take you back over two-thousand years to explore the history of ancient Babylon. As your instructor, Don Mackintosh, walks you through both the Scriptures and current research, you will learn how the world's first recorded scientific study is still being validated, and why its findings are the key to radically transforming your mental health.
Modules in Ancient Secrets of Mental Health
- The Oldest Scientific Study
- The Value of Connection
- Remedies for Stress and Anxiety
- Dealing with Pride
- Overcoming Addictions
- Handling the Holidays
Each module consists of video teachings and practical application challenges to enhance your learning experience. Supplemental PDF downloads are available for turning learning into life-changing habits.
Engaging Lectures in the Form of Open Conversation
The content in this course is presented in two phases. Dr. Binus, wholistic psychiatrist, first sits down with your instructor, Don Mackintosh, to present relevant research studies, and explain how their findings confirm the ancient secrets and can positively affect your mental health. Following this initial presentation, Don will host an open round table discussion to study the ancient scriptures with a group of people just like yourself. These studies will bring to light how the ancient narrative already revealed these secrets of mental health over 2,500 years ago, and teach you how to use them to transform your mental health today.
Easy-to-Follow Steps to Apply What You Learn
Each module includes a research review, scriptural study, and practical application component. Your instructor takes time to slowly walk you through the content in a simple step-by-step process. This structure will allow you to seamlessly integrate what you are learning into everyday life, so that you can experience each of the ancient secrets for yourself.
What Can I Expect After Completing This Course?
- Learn how proper nutrition can dramatically improve your mental health
- Understand the power of healthy relationships
- Find power to heal from stress and anxiety
- Discover how to deal with pride
- Be encouraged and find support to overcome addictions
- Learn to develop a personal success strategy, and how to grow from failure.
Don Mackintosh is the spiritual educator at the Beautiful Minds Medical Intensive Outpatient Program. He has also served as a chaplain and counselor in the Nedley Depression & Anxiety Recovery Program;™ and is the Chair of Religion, Director of HEALTH, and Campus Chaplain at Weimar Institute. Recognized for his in-depth knowledge in the areas of spirituality and mental health, Don Mackintosh has been invited to speak at conferences and churches all across the globe. His life as a pastor and past experience working as an ER nurse both testify of his genuine love for people, and desire to help others achieve both physical and spiritual healing. This unique perspective has given Don an ability to share practical tools that have helped countless students and patients find hope––and restore their faith.
Dr. Daniel Binus, MD
Dr. Daniel Binus believes in whole-person care. He serves as clinical director of Beautiful Minds Medical and provides outpatient psychiatry and oversees the Intensive Outpatient Program. He's also on the medical staff at Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital, and a clinical instructor for Loma Linda University.
His goal is to understand and address the emotional, physical, and spiritual factors that influence each person's well-being. He has experienced that proper mental health education, especially when it includes connecting with God, can greatly improve the lives of people and communities. His warmth, compassion and professional insight into wholistic treatments for mental illness inspire trust and confidence in those under his care.