We are entering the time of a hard rain, we are told from every quarter. Enormous inflation; exploding energy prices; terrifying climate change; mortgages and interest rates spiralling out of control; a foreign war that threatens to wash up on our shores; unimaginable corruption at every level; governments themselves too corrupt to tackle it […]
I’ve just returned from Los Angeles after a week in America. As it happened, I was there when many Democratic candidates won seats in Congress that had been predicted to go to Republicans; when the Senate went to the Democrats, and the House of Representatives to the Republicans; when former President Donald Trump stepped up […]
As you may have realized, in this chest of mine beats the heart of a disruptor – an activist for change. Change in the way we view the world through the New Science. Change in the way we access our own innate human capacities and our incredible ability to heal each other, ourselves – even […]
The lines continue to grow – as hundreds of thousands of people are willing to stand in line for up to 10 hours to enter Westminster Hall, just to have a brief view of the Queen’s casket and pay their final respects.
A few months ago, a friend of ours Margaret Paul told us about her associate, Ericka Chopich, who’d suffered a catastrophic hemorrhagic stroke, likely the result of a two-year struggle with long Covid.
It’s all falling apart right now as we face energy crises, banking crises, climate-change crises, energy crises, food crises, ecological crises and more, and we don’t have the slightest idea what to do about it.
With the 21st anniversary of 9/11 coming up soon, I was fascinated to learn, via Dr. Larry Dossey’s excellent book The Power of Premonitions, that only a third of employees showed up for work at the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, with an unusually large number inexplicably electing to stay home that day.