There have been many cure-alls offered when it comes to calming down a crying baby.
But rarely is there video proof of one working so well that it gains more than 25 million views in less than a week.
Daniel stops what he is saying, and looks lovingly down at his daughter before calmly emitting a long ‘Om’ sound.
Within just two seconds, the little girl stops her wailing and her tiny face begins to relax.
Daniel holds the sound for around 20 seconds before trailing off quietly, with little Divina looking as if she has drifted right off to sleep.
The dad clipped the moment out of the video and shared it online with his followers, writing: ‘Check out this quick clip from my live Facebook video earlier to learn #HowToStopACryingBaby.’
People were immediately impressed by Daniel’s trick, which uses the famous sacred mantra in Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism ‘Om’ as the cure to calm a baby’s cries.
‘That is because his noise is mimicking the noise of that in the womb… loud and steady,’ wrote one user. ‘This kinda stuff really works. Good job, Dad.’
Another revealed: ‘You may laugh at this but I tried it in desperation last night, and it worked!’
When one commentor remarked that it seemed like Divina ‘was a Buddhist monk in a past life’, Daniel revealed that the little girl ‘came out of the womb while Buddhist Monks chanting over YouTube.’
After becoming a huge online hit, Daniel took to social media once again with a new video, writing that: ‘questions are starting to surface about if this works every time!’
‘Firstly, I don’t believe anything happens twice the same way,’ he wrote, adding that he and his partner had also chanted ‘Om’ to the little girl while she was in the womb.
But, despite his modesty in the caption, the more recent video posted on Wednesday shows the same trick working just as well the second time.