On February 17th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Last week I participated in a panel in London, chaired by Daniel Pinchbeck, author of  Breaking Open the Head and other bestselling books, to launch his new book How Soon is Now? The panel focused on what failing systems in our society need to change (the economic model, globalization, energy, the media, you name it), […]


On February 10th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

At any moment, up to a third of us are struggling with pain in our knees. In a major US National Health Interview Survey in 2006, nearly a third of adults reported experiencing some type of joint pain, with more than a sixth reporting pain in the knee. The situation is even worse in the […]


On February 3rd, 2017 by Buster Manston

Medicine, we’re told, is feeling victorious about beating breast cancer, now that the incidence of heart disease has overtaken it as the number-one lady killer. This victory celebration may be premature. While deaths may have decreased by 35 per cent since the early 1970s, the incidence of this form of cancer is going up—by a […]


On January 27th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

I’ve had my eye trained on the newly elected US President, but am watching with even more interest how the people who didn’t vote for Trump, are reacting to his first days in office. As has been widely reported, there was Madonna’s speech at the Women’s March, in Washington, where she famously said ‘Yes, I’m […]


On January 20th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Like many people, I approach the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the US with extreme trepidation, save for one fact: his public stance on vaccination. Among the parade of people who have been heading in and out of Trump Tower in the last months were Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Andrew Wakefield. Wakefield, […]


On January 13th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Now that we’ve moved past one of the more tumultuous years in my lifetime, but are about to welcome the most controversial of American administrations, I’ve decided that the ride may continue to be bumpy for a while, but that I can do my part to smooth things over by adopting a few resolutions. Here’s […]


On December 23rd, 2016 by Lynne McTaggart

After all the continuing hate and vitriol over the elections in the US and the UK, is there a way to bring both sides together? We can take inspiration from the work of Dacher Keltner, a psychologist at University of California at Berkeley, who has made it his life work to counter the prevailing view […]


On December 23rd, 2016 by Lynne McTaggart

After all the continuing hate and vitriol over the elections in the US and the UK, all of us are left wondering how on earth we will ever bring both sides back together. Recently, I discovered an ingeniously rapid way to heal divisions between people in the work of Dacher Keltner, a psychologist at University […]


On December 16th, 2016 by Lynne McTaggart

I’m going to make a personal disclosure so that you don’t accuse me of speaking in self-interest.  If Donald Trump becomes President, I will personally benefit. The taxes on my American corporation will be lower, meaning there will be greater profits for us and more money to pay our team.


On December 9th, 2016 by Lynne McTaggart

Two British epidemiologists, Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett, spent more than thirty years painstakingly examining why certain human societies live longer and healthier than others, the results of which are contained in their book, Spirit Level: Why More Equal Societies Always Do Better. After researching the social conditions of virtually every Western country, Wilkinson and […]

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