On June 28th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

We often hear about how we are moving to higher frequency and will evolve to a higher plane after 2012, as though we’re all going to get sprinkled with fairy dust and wake up one morning to a completely new world. I’m not one of those people who believes ‘the Shift’ is going to happen automatically.  I think it’s going to take a lot of new thinking, new action and new community by the likes of you and me.


On June 8th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

Last Wednesday evening, in the middle of the wee hours, more than 3 million people held a silent intention to heal Washington DC, not only of its violent crimes, but also, on Capitol Hill, its violent behavior.

The occasion was my Intention Experiment to HEAL America, which was held LIVE on George Noory’s Coast to Coast am radio station – perhaps one of the largest radio shows in the US, making this the largest Intention


On June 1st, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

I cannot begin to thank you for the support you have given me and my work over the years. Your continued support has made books like THE INTENTION EXPERIMENT and THE BOND possible.

This summer I’m celebrating the 10th anniversary of the US publication of THE FIELD — the book that got me started in this work, which is still going as strong as ever. I hope you know just how much I appreciate you and your loyalty over the years — in our community, on my Facebook pages and in all the ways you’ve spread my message out there in the world.


On May 25th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

Join us to for this historic Intention Experiment -  Register on 28th May 2012
June 6, 2012
Midnight US Pacific DST

We in the US are in the midst of an election year and the cat-fight is well underway.  Mitt Romney is busy claiming that Obama is responsible for keeping 23 million Americans out of work, undermining NATO, and blowing it on clean energy, and Obama is enlisting Bill Clinton to call Romney a pansy, who wouldn’t have had the balls to mow down Bin Laden or resurrect the auto industry in Detroit. And they’re only just getting started.


On May 18th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

Although I started out skimming Of Mice and Men to help my youngest daughter on an exam, I moved onto John Steinbeck’s masterwork, The Grapes of Wrath – largely to examine whether history is just repeating itself in the fine mess we’re in, and how to best to write about it in a way that will inspire people to do something.


On May 11th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

Today on the BBC’s much beloved Radio 4, which offers a morning slot called Thought for the Day, some short topic about the state of the world explored by a local vicar about the state of the world, some reverend was chewing over the idea that evil is mostly a group dynamic.


On May 3rd, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

How inherent is human spirituality – even among non-believers?  Is it there all along, but simply buried under conscious doubt and skeptical analysis, waiting to surface when we confront our own mortality?


On April 27th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

Lucy Wood of Yelverton, a tiny village of 3000 in Devon in the UK was fed up with having to pay exorbitant prices for meat and vegetables from far-flung locations.  She wanted to grow her own vegetables, but didn’t really have the skill-set – or the land – required.
She sought – and received £18,000 of grant money and went on to found Buckland Food Growers 18 months ago, and opened its doors with seven pigs 17 childrens, five beehives and a selection of planted vegetables. The villagers were invited to join the scheme for £20 sign-up and £15 additional each year, after which they could choose which group – meat, bees or vegetables – they wanted to join in and help out.  A strict rota determined who tended the plants and the animals each week.

On April 13th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

Every so often something happens that restores my faith in the power of the truth.  This rarely happens when it comes to health care. Modern medicine is one of the big, dangerous monoliths of our time, a stark symbol of the competitive mindset and the industrial age – the triumph of the machine over the human being.


On March 30th, 2012 by Lynne McTaggart

I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of the news. I tired of hearing about how the world is falling down, tired of newspaper headlines screaming ‘AIN’T IT AWFUL.’ I’m tired of what journalism has become: the fount of bad news. I’m tired of bad news, period.


I’m tired of it because I know it’s not true. I know that there are millions of initiatives all around the planet, even in the most unlikely nooks and crannies, of people who are making use of the crises we now face in every area of our lives – the falling-down world we now have — to make our world it anew.

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