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David R. Hamilton PhD > 5 Tips For Making Visualisation Work

Here are 5 tips that can be used to help you get the most out of your visualizations, whether you’re applying them to heal your body, to change your life, or to improve your sports performance.

David R. Hamilton PhD > Kindfulness

Most people nowadays have heard of mindfulness. The simplest form of mindfulness is to breathe and to simply notice that it’s what you’re doing right now. So you might place your attention on what breathing feels like for you or notice what it sounds like.

David R. Hamilton PhD > The Opposite of Stress

Everybody knows what stress feels like. We also know what it feels like when we’re kind, when someone is kind to us, or even when we witness kindness. The feelings are opposite. Most of the effects inside the body are the opposite too.

Would you say that grass is green? How sure can you be about that? Grass has no colour of its own! It is green for us because we have three types of cones (or photoreceptors) in our eyes...

Can you imagine being able to switch on a light with your mind? Or adjust the volume on the TV by just thinking about it? Or even drive your car by imagining yourself driving? These things sound like they’re straight out of a Sci-Fi movie, but in reality we’re not actually that far from it.

David R. Hamilton PhD > The Acceptance Paradox

Whatever you accept begins to change. That’s the acceptance paradox in a nutshell.

David R. Hamilton PhD > Trust That What Happens Is for the Best

I broke my wee toe about three weeks ago. I have such a dangerous job – I was preparing to give a talk, walking around my office speaking aloud as I refined how I was going to describe one particular topic, and I hit my toe on the radiator.

The surprising answer to that question is yes … a lot of the time. Knowing full well that what they were taking were placebos instead of their normal medication, people have seen improvements in symptoms of...

David R. Hamilton PhD > My Experience of Bullying

I was bullied at school, although not until my sixth and final year of high school. It wasn’t physically violent, but more psychological – making fun of me, taunting me, talking about me, that sort of thing. 

I was asked what kindness is during an interview a few weeks ago. It’s something I’m rarely asked as most of us assume we know what kindness is.

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