How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body
with Dr David Hamilton PhD
We are very excited to be hosting our dear friend David Hamilton for a one day workshop based on his newly updated book, "How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body".
"The book was first published 10 years ago and usually, when I write a book, I kind of just put it out there and don’t give it that much thought, so I never imagined I’d ever be writing a new edition, but my publisher asked me if I could update it. So I did.
I was only supposed to add wee bits and pieces but so much has happened in the world of the mind-body connection in 10 years, so I ended up adding 4 new chapters and sprinkling new stuff all throughout. Oops!
These cover things like how to use visualisation to enhance your immune system and I even share studies where this has been done in randomised controlled trials of women undergoing treatment for breast cancer. Typically, half do visualisation in addition to chemotherapy and radiotherapy, while the other half don’t. The visualisation group had a higher clinical response to treatment, which might be assumed to be the result of the extra impact of the immune system, as the researchers noted that the immune systems showed high levels of cytotoxicity even during treatment."
"I can’t recommend this workshop highly enough. David brings such joy to everything he does and there is so much practicality there. You get information and exercises, understanding and belief in yourself and your path. I loved it so much I did the workshop and then a retreat! I can honestly say that it changed the way I saw myself and I still smile when I think of that time:)"
Jacqui Crooks, EFT Founding Master
When: Friday 25th January 2019
Where: The Columbia Hotel, 95/99 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3NS
Cost: £125 Early Bird Offer of £99 expires 1st December 2018
After completing his PhD, David worked for four years in the pharmaceutical industry developing drugs for cardiovascular disease and cancer. During this time he also served as an athletics coach and manager of one of the UK's largest athletics clubs, leading them to three successive UK finals.
David decided to leave the pharmaceutical industry after 4 years because he wanted to write and speak about the mind, our abilities, and help people to believe in themselves more. And he also wanted to write and speak about kindness and spread the idea that a small group of people with compassion and kindness in their hearts can change the world. Upon leaving the pharmaceutical industry, David co-founded the international relief charity Spirit Aid Foundation and served as a director for two years.
He is now a bestselling author of seven books published by Hay House and also writes a regular blog for the Huffington Post.