Messages & Channelings

David R. Hamilton PhD > The Dip Before the Leap

Once upon a time, I was an amateur long jumper. Really! It was several years ago, in the late 90s, and was during the time that I worked as a scientist in drug development R&D.

At first it might sound a bit ‘out there’ to say that being kind to people might affect how fast you age but hear me out. It’s all about the feelings that you get from being kind.

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. 

David R. Hamilton PhD > Meditation

The first time I tried meditation was after reading James Redfield’s novel, ‘The Celestine Prophecy’. It was in the late 1990s and I was working as an R&D scientist in the pharmaceutical industry at the time.

David R. Hamilton PhD > Prayer

For some people, prayer is all they have left. For many, it provides a type of comfort that can never be found anywhere else. It can lift a weight from a person’s shoulders.

When you observe an action – whether of a person moving their facial muscles, a hand, arm, or even making a specific movement – the observation stimulates your MNS, which then stimulates your own face, hand, arm, or range of muscles...

We all wear our emotions on our body. You smile when you’re happy, frown when you’re sad, and tense your shoulders when you’re stressed. You walk tall when you feel good and look down when you feel self conscious. 

Turn illness into wellness in your imagination! That’s the basic premise for using visualisation for wellness. It can be applied for the benefit of both physical and mental health.

Have you ever been in love? Do you recall what it feels like? What about the experience of joy? What was that like? I’m guessing you’re familiar with the experience of physical pain too.

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