Lynne’s blog

Dec
10
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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The cancer in your soul

As I prepare for our special cancer teleconference with the pioneering Dr Patrick Kingsley this Sunday, I’ve been looking over the many things I have written about the disease.  I have largely characterized it as a deficiency disease — a slow-motion starving of vital nutrients resulting from the wholesale industrialization of food —or disease of […]
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Dec
3
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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The love wave

Several weeks ago, in Riccione in Italy, when I was a speaker at the Reconnection Mastery Conference, I heard about new equipment devised by Russian physicist Konstantin Korotkov. As you may remember, Korotkov, a professor at St. Petersburg Technical University, invented the Elecrophotonic Imaging (EPI)/ Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) technique, which makes use of state-of-the-art […]
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Nov
26
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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Our starry, starry days

Last week, an article in the British papers concerned the fact that medical scientists, usually so dismissive of anything smacking of astrology, were studying the work of a British astrologer named Nicola Smuts.  Smuts makes the extraordinary claim that she can help those women with fertility problems to conceive – even if they’ve failed at […]
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Nov
19
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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All die of heartbreak

Nearly a year ago, Hollywood was shocked when actress Brittany Murphy, just 32, died from pneumonia, which she contracted after taking over-the-counter drugs.  Within five months, her doting husband, British screenwriter Simon Monjack, aged 40, was also dead.  He’d died from a cardiac arrest – his heart had literally broken. I bring this up because […]
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Nov
12
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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The roar of the crowd

Recently I read two items about the power of groups.  The first concerned a new book, Talking to the Enemy,  written by an anthropologist named Scott Atran, who has traveled around the world making a detailed study of terrorists and all violent extremists, including suicide bombers, by asking one simple question:  Why do they do […]
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Nov
5
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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On Forgiveness

Several weeks ago I had the privilege of speaking with my good friend James O’Dea.  As co-director of the Social Healing Project and former director of the Washington, D. C. office of Amnesty International, James has spent many years smoothing the way for warring sides to reconcile and forgive.  For 10 years he has co-hosted […]
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Oct
29
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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Gene genie

Lately, I’ve been asking myself a few pretty basic questions:  What on earth is a gene? And, an even bigger question: What on earth is evolution? In 1953, molecular biologists James Watson and Charles Crick claimed to have unlocked the “secret of life” by unraveling deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), the genetic coding in the nucleus of […]
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Oct
22
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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In all our dreams

Recently, an amazing statistic emerged from a little known sleep laboratory at the University of Swansea in Great Britain:  namely, that the number of people in Western society experiencing a lucid dream has increased by up to 40 per cent in the last 30 years.  In fact, current estimates are that most of us — […]
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Oct
15
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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Dirty medicine

After 21 years of reporting on the excesses and dangers of modern medicine for my newsletter What Doctors Don't Tell You, I have become a bit ho-hum when confronted by yet another new revelation about the practices of drug companies. But I have to tell you that I have been shaken to the core by […]
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Oct
8
2010
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Lynne McTaggart
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More than our fair share

Last week, at his party’s annual conference, British prime minister David Cameron made as the subject of his speech a return to ‘fairness’ in society when announcing some painful fall-out as a result of the new government’s drive to reduce the country’s enormous budget deficit.  Child benefits for the better off were to be axed, […]
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