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22
2021
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It’s the diet, stupid

We were proud of ourselves, over here in the UK.
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Oct
15
2021
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Lynne McTaggart
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The lesson of plagues

Every so often, some calamitous event happens that shatters our complacency and forces us to take a deep look at ourselves.
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Oct
8
2021
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Lynne McTaggart
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Dreamers of the sacred dream

One of the most intriguing aspects of ancient and prehistoric sites is the claim, usually made by dowsers, that they contain a special and palpable energy.
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Oct
1
2021
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Lynne McTaggart
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Us vs them

All of us are worried about what appears to be the unprecedented polarization of our societies and are looking to our governments to overcome these divisions.
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Sep
24
2021
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Peace, one person at a time

The results of the Healing Afghanistan Intention Experiment On September 11, 2021, the recent 20th anniversary of 9/11, I decided not to watch videos once more of two tall buildings crumbling into dust. I wanted to commemorate that day with something positive, uplifting and healing, and invite people around the world to do the same. […]
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Sep
17
2021
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Lynne McTaggart
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How to stop being mad as hell (at the people who don’t agree with you)

Have you ever seen the classic movie Network?  Do you remember the iconic scene when the crazy broadcaster Howard Beale (played brilliantly by the late Peter Finch) tells his audience to open up their windows and start yelling out to the world: ‘I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this anymore’?
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Sep
10
2021
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Lynne McTaggart
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Cancer’s best medicine

Why do we get cancer, and how do we survive it? Ask the American Cancer Society, and they will point to genes or environmental factors, like smoking or Teflon, booze or red meat, being too fat or being exposed to plutonium, even to too much sun.
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Sep
3
2021
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Lynne McTaggart
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Another narrative for 9/11

Like most Americans, I’d been forced to revisit the horror of September 11, 2001, on every anniversary for the past 19 years, as every television channel relentlessly replayed the familiar sequence of events, from the too-blue cloudless September sky to the slow-motion concertina of the two towers within a half hour of each other into […]
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Aug
27
2021
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Seeing into our own futures

I’ve been thinking a great deal about time, as you know – the idea that there is no real time out there – even in our heads. The Roman poet Lucretius once said, ‘Time by itself does not exist,’ and most modern physicists like Carlo Rovelli agree that the flow of time and a difference […]
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Aug
19
2021
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Lynne McTaggart
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Time-traveling intention

Several weeks ago, in my blog When intention goes backward, I shared the story of Israeli professor Leonard Leibovici’s strange research into retro-prayer. When it was published in the Lancet, it caused a sensation: the study that showed we can go back and change the past.
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