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Why Woo-Woo Works: The Surprising Science Behind Meditation, Reiki, Crystals, and Other Alternative Practices

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David R. Hamilton, PhD, used to be a chemical engineer, researching and testing pharmaceutical drugs. He noticed some clinical volunteers reacting positively to placebos, similarly to the medicated group, and became interested in the placebo effect, despite some naysaying from some of his colleagues. Granted, that’s an overly simplistic version of events and the potential genesis for the book, but definitely tells me that the author is someone who knows his stuff from the scientific side. Plus he has a fantastic Scottish accent, so I was more than happy to listen and learn from him for over eight hours.

Reiki practitioners are trained to reach these optimum states when working with clients. Their goal is one of service, in the ‘highest good’ of the client. Their predominant state is empathy. Studies suggest that as much as 15-25 percent of most people's average emotional state over a period of time is due to the emotions they've 'caught' from others." If you are interested in alternative therapies and want some proof that they are working or could work for you, then you will like Why Woo-Woo Works. She was prescribed antidepressants and anti-anxiety medication, but the thing that worked best for her was meditation. It didn’t cure her, but it helped her get to sleep, enabled her to better manage her state, and supported her mind and emotions through difficult times. How a person understands the way something works shouldn't be of concern; in many circumstances, the fact that it does seem to work is more important." (suss. i thought we were here to answer the how and it kind of just feels like we never made it past the placebo effect.)I heard David R. Hamilton Ph.D. speak on a podcast and he mentioned his book called Why Woo-Woo Works. When I got the HayHouse Unlimited App, I was happy to see that the audiobook of Why Woo-Woo Works was there. I’m a huge believer in alternative therapies, so this book’s premise resonated with me big time. My Thoughts On Why Woo-Woo Works We now have a younger knee surgeon who I think might possibly not laugh me out of the room at the suggestion of a study! He has got the trust to pay for two robots to assist him in theatre doing his knees so who knows! It doesn’t have to be one or the other. Yes, sometimes much more of one and less of the other, especially for acute or serious conditions, but at other times perhaps more of the other and less of the first. And then at other times, a blend of both.But I think the long-term future of healthcare will be best served with a blend of allopathic and complementary, mainstream and holistic, West and East. Why Woo‑Woo Worksis one of the clearest and most accurate expositions of alternative mind‑body practices that I’ve had the pleasure to read. Hamilton also offers explanations that help to demystify the woo‑woo taboo. A delightful and inspiring read." - Dean Radin, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences

When times are rough, go with the flow. There is science behind this. It’s important to trust that we are where we need to be. The ideas behind some of these holistic therapies have been around for millennia - but now we have scientific evidence demonstrating how they can contribute to physical, emotional, and energetic healing too. While walking in a park with a friend one day I pointed to a cloud in the sky and told him that it probably weighed around 100 tons (90 tonnes). He laughed – not in an unfriendly way, but just at the preposterous notion that we can establish the weight of a cloud. For him, it conjured up an image of a giant set of kitchen scales. Clearly, it’s impossible to know such a thing.Published (Sept 21, 2021). Alternative therapies, healing modalities, and spiritual practices are often referred to as 'woo-woo'.

David has a first class honors degree in chemistry, specializing in biological and medicinal chemistry. He has the slightly geeky honour of having achieved 100% in his 3rd year university degree exam in ‘Statistical Mechanics’, which is a branch of quantum physics To a large extent, the brain doesn’t distinguish real from imaginary, and this underpins some aspects of the placebo effect. When you imagine that something is happening, it really is happening as far as your brain is concerned, and it releases the chemical substances necessary to confirm that what you’re imagining is indeed real.”

Yeah, perfect. Perfect. Yeah. They and where can I send them if they just want to learn more about your work, I’ll make sure that in the show notes as Yeah, well, big time, right? You’ve got a completely two different different trajectory. Now, I think, is it this year? 11th. Book, you read 11? He spends most of the book talking about the science and studies behind alternative therapies and ideas that are not mainstream… yet. For instance, the science behind why reiki works or how nature impacts our well-being, or even how telepathy and distant healing can work. of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars Why Woo-Woo Works: The Surprising Science Behind Meditation, Reiki, Crystals, and Other Alternative Practices by David R. Hamilton

I would value your opinion, possibly there maybe some factual evidence somewhere to support at least some of it.But that’s not the case. A cloud is made of water droplets, and to ascertain its weight we can simply fly a drone through it containing a cup of known width and collect water droplets en route. First, the length of the cloud is measured by calculating the time it takes for the drone to fly through it at a given speed, and from there, it’s relatively easy to calculate, from the amount of water droplets collected in the cup and the approximate size of the cloud, roughly how much the cloud weighs.

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