I Heart Me - Dr David Hamilton

I Heart Me - Dr David Hamilton

Sunday, November 29, 2015 - 10:30


How much love do you have for yourself? Not the narcissistic 'Aren't I wonderful?' kind of love, but the essential regard for self that empowers you and helps you navigate life. In this workshop you will learn some powerful insights and practical strategies for building a healthy self-love. You will learn about the 3 stages of self-love and how to move through them.

You will also learn strategies for becoming resilient to shame, insights in how to change your perception of your body image, and even how to build a deep sense of compassion for yourself.


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About the speaker, Dr David Hamilton

About David:

I have a first class honors degree in chemistry, specializing in biological and medicinal chemistry. After completing my PhD, I worked for 4 years in the pharmaceutical industry developing drugs for cardiovascular disease and cancer. During this time I also served as an athletics coach and manager of one of the UK’s largest athletics clubs, leading them to three successive UK finals. Upon leaving the pharmaceutical industry, I co-founded the international relief charity Spirit Aid Foundation and served as a director for 2 years.

While writing my first book, I taught chemistry and ecology (and one math class) at James Watt College of Further and Higher Education and tutored chemistry at Glasgow University.

I’m now a bestselling author of 7 books published by Hay House, and offer talks and workshops that use science to inspire, fusing science, the mind, and spiritual wisdom. I also write a regular blog on my website as well as one for the Huffington Post.

I have been featured in numerous publications, including ELLE, RED Magazine, Psychologies, YOU Magazine, Good Housekeeping (both UK & US), and several newspapers.

You might wonder how I got into writing on the subjects I do. Well, I was fascinated by the placebo effect, how people improve through believing they are receiving a drug. Working in drug development exposed me to the placebo effect so I began to study mind-body interactions in my spare time. I decided to leave the pharmaceutical industry after 4 years because I wanted to write and speak about the mind, our abilities, and help people to believe in themselves more. And I 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.

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