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Attitudinal Healing Throughout the Ages [Online Webinar]

Tuesday 16 October 2018, 10:00am - 12:00pm
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Attitudinal Healing trainers and presenters from around the world will share their wisdom and creative Attitudinal Healing programs in a series of online webinars offered on the third Tuesday of each month throughout 2018.

Times will vary based on the location of the presenter. We hope you join us for the next session in this exciting series:

Attitudinal Healing Throughout The Ages
with Ken Hamilton, M.D. of H.O.P.E. Maine
Tuesday, 16 October 2018, 10:00am PST

There is no set fee to attend this online webinar. Instead, we request a donation on a sliding scale of $10.00 to $50.00. Your one-time donation will serve as your webinar registration and support H.O.P.E. Maine, as well as the development of future AHInternational online programs. This webinar will be recorded and available for replay after the live session.

No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you have questions, or are unable to register via credit card, please contact Trish Ellis at [email protected] or call (877) 244-3392 ex. 702.

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION

Dr. Ken Hamilton will share his 40+ years of study of the healing power of attitudes, going back to the Bhagavad-Gita – some 2000+ years ago. The presentation will be more in the context of a story narrative than a simple listing of facts because Ken incorporated his studies into his actual general surgical practice for the benefit of his patients (and himself). The format includes PowerPoint slides and a 12 – minute video of a H.O.P.E. Attitudinal Healing Group meeting. Ken’s style lends itself easily and comfortably to interaction with the participants in the webinar.

Ken Hamilton, M.D. is a general surgeon who was introduced to the work of Earl Nightingale in 1975. Nightingale stressed the power of attitudes to effect a life of success, which he defined as, “The progressive realization of a worthy ideal.” Hamilton used Nightingale’s work to help his patients get on with their lives in the face of serious illnesses. His studies led him to Jerry Jampolsky’s work in 1986, and he devoted himself to the study and application of Attitudinal Healing – a career that remains central to his own life and the lives of many others.

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