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2022
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Thinking away depression

True clinical depression, like most illness these days, is considered largely the fault of a bad toss of the dice. The entire edifice of standard treatment for depression rests upon the theory that depression results from a chemical imbalance within the brain, considered to be largely hereditary.
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Jun
24
2022
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Lynne McTaggart
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Brenda Dunne, Visionary

Recently, I got word of the passing of Brenda Dunne on June 16. She transitioned peacefully after a short illness and, in the words of her son, Jeff, had decided that it was time to move onto her ‘next great adventure.’
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Jun
16
2022
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Lynne McTaggart
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Keeping the glass half full

Want to live to 90 or beyond? If so, have a good look at the nature of your thoughts about your own life, and whether you tend to think the glass is half empty or half full.
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Jun
1
2022
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Thinking away Alzheimer’s disease

In the late 1990s Richard Davidson, a neuroscientist and psychologist at the University of Wisconsin’s Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience, flew eight of the Dalai Lama’s most seasoned meditators to his lab in Wisconsin. There, Davidson attached hundreds of EEG sensors to each monk’s scalp in order to record electrical activity during meditation from a large […]
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May
27
2022
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Lynne McTaggart
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Greeting death with a smile

It was a bad day for an 87-year-old Canadian man we’ll call Sam. But his death accidentally offers all the rest of us a great sense of comfort about what happens to us at the very point when we die.
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May
17
2022
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Backward glances

How do premonitions occur? And a bigger question: why are there so many good studies of retro-intention, as I wrote about in my blog Changing what Already Happened?
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May
13
2022
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Lynne McTaggart
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Changing what already happened

One of the most basic assumptions about intention is that it operates according to a generally accepted sense of cause and effect: the cause must always precede the effect. If A causes B, then A must have happened first. This assumption reflects one of our deepest beliefs, that time is a one-way, forward-moving progression.
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May
6
2022
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Lynne McTaggart
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Crazy ladies

Many years ago I read an article in Esquire by Nora Ephron entitled ‘Dealing with the, uh, Problem,’ about the early days of the feminine-hygiene spray business.  Ephron was investigating how Alberto-Culver managed to convince women, as a rival company had done in its advertising that her “trickiest deodorant problem isn't under her pretty little […]
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Apr
29
2022
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Lynne McTaggart
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NDEs: Not just delirium

There’s clearly something to this near-death experience business well beyond the ravings of a dying brain.
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Apr
22
2022
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On becoming a grandmother

Three weeks ago, Bryan and I became grandparents. My eldest daughter and her husband have just had the most gorgeous little baby girl and like any new grandparents, we are walking around like this is the first time it has ever happened to anyone anywhere in the world.
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