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Oct
30
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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Deep Water

The virulence of the Covid-19 virus, and the sheer number of reported casualties has convinced us all that such an invincible enemy can only be vanquished with the most powerful weaponry – super anti-virals, high-tech vaccines, the latest in ventilators or oxygen pumps and more. But some of the medical success stories in battling the […]
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Oct
23
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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The biggest protest movement you’ve never heard of

Have you ever heard of the Great Barrington Declaration – a petition that claims that ‘current lockdown policies on Covid are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health’? I thought not.
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Oct
16
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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The $64,000 Covid question

There’s a question that’s been burning inside me for months now about the Covid statistics we hear about on the news every night, and I’m still waiting for some journalist out there to ask it.
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Oct
9
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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11 ways to speak with the ‘enemy’

I was talking with an American friend of mine the other day and she was complaining about another friend – a dear close friend – who does not share her choice of presidential candidate. Their discussion had become heated, and my friend was upset because her other friend continuously harangued her for maintaining her political […]
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Oct
2
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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Logging on to the psychic internet

Last week, on September 21, officially International Day of Peace, I decided to do an Intention Experiment for a place that really needed it and with an experiment that I’d never tried before.
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Sep
25
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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Failing the smell test

Besides a vaccine, the Holy Grail in the Covid crisis that every government has been reaching for has been the setting up of ‘test and trace’ schemes.
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Sep
11
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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Working from home: a fair chance

After months of lockdown and working from home, employers are worried about whether their staff members can be trusted to do as much work as they do in the office.
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Sep
4
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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After the Shootings and the Riots: Now What?

I watch with despair at what’s going on in America right now: the riots, the police shootings, which instigate more riots and more shootings, and so it goes in a terrible spiral. And the shooting of Jake Baker hit closer to home, as he is a good friend of the son of a dear friend […]
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Aug
28
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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How Maiya got up out of her wheelchair

August 2019, during a speech I was giving for the Conference on Consciousness and Human Evolution, I did what I always do at the end of my talks: I put the audience into Power of Eight® groups to allow them to experience the miraculous power of small group intention.
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Aug
20
2020
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Lynne McTaggart
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A hero’s unwelcome

There aren’t too many successes being reported in the COVID-19 saga, but every so often you come across a hero who is actually getting somewhere. One of these heroes is Dr. David Brownstein.  Brownstein is a board-certified family physician and assistant professor, a noted practitioner of holistic medicine and the medical director of the Center […]
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