“All of us struggle with the Great Mystery: “Why am I here?” And when this life is over: “Where will I go?” The answers to these questions may be less important than the impact these enquiries have on the way we live our lives and the values they reinforce.” — Allan Hamilton, MD
Allan Hamilton is a Harvard-trained brain surgeon, a renown horse trainer, an accomplished speaker and writer. The breadth of his interests and enquiries have led him to be called “one of the great intellects of the 21st century.” His peers have elected him “One of the Best Doctors in America for eighteen consecutive years.” His books have won numerous awards, including the Nautilus Gold Award for works of spiritual nonfiction that “change the world one book at a time.” Previous award winners include Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Now On News Stands
Catch Dr. Hamilton’s article, “Peace Lessons From A War Horse” in the Sept/Oct Issue of Spirituality & Health Magazine.
See Dr. Hamilton on NBC’s The Today Show
Dr. Nancy Snyderman, Chief Medical Correspondent for NBC interviews Dr. Hamilton for a wide-ranging conversation for the Today Show from his ranch in Tucson, AZ
“If someone asked me what is the greatest key to unlocking the meaning of the cosmos, I would point to the human brain. It is the Hubble telescope of consciousness, peering into the deepest and farthest contexts of awareness that rival the Universe in scale, complexity, and design.” — Allan Hamilton, MD
Dr. Hamilton’s latest book, Lead With Your Heart, has just been released. You can register to win a free, inscribed copy. Once you subscribe, you will also gain access to the Lead With Your Heart Video Blogs demonstrating the principles and techniques in the book.
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Share Your Story
Tell us the greatest lesson you have ever learned from your horse in 500 words or less. Dr. Hamilton will pick the top 3 to share on the web site. Winners will also receive an autographed copy of Lead With Your Heart. The deadline for submissions is October 15, 2016. It’s easy to enter. Simply email a document (Word or PDF format please) to firstname.lastname@example.org OR paste your story directly into an email along with your contact information. Enter Today