Messages & Channelings

David R. Hamilton PhD > The Healing Sound of Nature

I love the sound of the tweeting of birds. It helps me relax. It feels heavenly to me. It’s one of the things I find most relaxing when I’m out walking our dog, Daisy. She’s a 1-year-old Bichon Frisé.

David R. Hamilton PhD > How You See Things

Someone once remarked that I was deluding myself. He said I saw the world through ‘rose-tinted spectacles.’ It was quite a few years ago, before I began writing books and speaking. 

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.

David R. Hamilton PhD > Dear Multiverse

The Earth is a pretty big place, the solar system even bigger. And beyond that are other stars with their own solar systems. In fact, if you tried to fly a typical passenger airplane to the nearest star...

David R. Hamilton PhD > The Healing Power of Nature

Our species, Homo sapiens, branched off from other species around 260,000 years ago and lived their lives in Africa’s tropical savanna, having migrated previously from the lush Makgadikgadi-Okavango wetland...

David R. Hamilton PhD > Woo-Woo to True-Woo

There’s a dictionary definition of woo-woo. It goes like this: “Unconventional beliefs regarded as having little or no scientific basis, especially those relating to spirituality, mysticism or alternative medicine.”

David R. Hamilton PhD > Go Easy on Yourself

Times like these, which are mostly unexpected, fill our minds with lots of stuff. It can feel like things are swirling around in the mind and you just can’t grab hold of anything in particular...

David R. Hamilton PhD > You’ve Been Planted

I grew up hearing, “Every day in every way, I am getting better and better.” It was an autosuggestion first written by Emile Coué in the late nineteenth century. He began his career as an apothecary...

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.

A hug is wonderful when you feel sad, stressed, tired and even when you feel good.

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