Dr Stephen Hussey, an American chiropractor and author of the forthcoming book Understanding the Heart (Chelsea Green Publishing, 2022) has a radical view of the function of the heart. It’s not a pump, he maintains, so much as a regulator of blood activity, which whooshes around the body, he says, essentially on its own. That […]
Lately I’ve been investigating the linger effect of intention – the idea that if groups of people continuously intend in the same spot, it creates a conditioned space. The Stanford University physicist William Tiller found this out with his famous Black Box experiments, where he and a group of meditators ‘imprinted’ intention into an electronic […]
Ukraine is stirring us out of our stupor. The West suddenly has had a ringside seat, watching a European country fighting for its life. The Ukrainians are not frightened so much as outraged. Somebody is trying blowing up their new democracy – their country, their towns, their home, their relatives.
Just a short month ago, most of us in the West were deeply divided over how to best to handle Covid or how terrible the other political party was. Or Brexit or the EU or climate change or cultural wars over issues like gender. You name it, we argued over it.
We in the West are horrified to discover that most people in Russia don’t know that their military are raining bombs on Ukrainian civilians, including maternity hospitals and psychiatric wards, preventing them from leaving or even gaining access to food, water, heat or shelter.
The latest news shows that Putin’s war has escalated as the Russians have captured several Ukrainian towns and cities and have shelled Europe’s largest power plant and Putin’s frustration with the slow progress has escalated the attacks to a new level.
The other day I received a newsletter from my friend Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, the Cambridge University biologist who has spent many decades exploring extrasensory perception among humans and also animals, and has amassed an impressive amount of evidence demonstrating that there is, after all, something to all of this.
Tony Edwards, a former top BBC science producer, and a friend of ours, shared a few of his old programs with us the other day. One of them, ‘The Case of ESP,’ was made for Horizon, the BBC’s premier documentary show at the time and broadcast in the 1980s.