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"mctaggart" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

"mctaggart" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Friend and tells storm that if she wants her life she can take it recommended. Now there's a reality show sister wives. To resist your wives dracula oh hellfire beer for that vampiric orgies outside the outside the x. Men think to bring the battle to ahead but a tremendous blast of lightning leaves. The x men unconscious and dracula victorious. Storm arrives and dracula tells her he will slay them but then storm reveals that his hold on hers broken. She chases him through the sky knocking him through the glass facade of a high up restaurant. Jackie grabs a hostage forcing aurora to drop the state she got from kitty. But it's a standoff. Dracula cannot exert his influence over storm but neither can storm attack him filing dracula drops the hostage conceding. That her strength was what attracted him to her. In the salmon in the same indomitable will have defeated him for. She has bested his attempts to bind her to him. He leaves later storm the x. men arena added however moir mctaggart tells calls with bad news. Professor x's getting worse always worse that The where he was battling a green embryo. And whatever maybe i think yeah. Yeah i think around that time. Yeah so they have to quote him a new body which is how he walked. Spurlock set out to get into. Lots is have always been a the which i appreciate. The that's one of the best news lower. What she's talking about last hour so wait so so..

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"mctaggart" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:07 min | Last month

"mctaggart" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"That was camacho me. Save me you. I will not be loved to driving. Yuba drugging you back. This is stock reality. That and and you were saying this to a group of v. executives because the book comes from mctaggart lecture most people will not night on his election to the greater good of the tv industry and a lot of the book comes from that. And you were standing that trying to you push it to improve the industry and therefore the stories that are being told how imports it wasn't feed to talk about money. In that way you know really imported and actually the move creatives. That is speak to it. Cover thumbs my decisions. Took about things like that. I still meet writers a young british writers who are living in a very tiny bedroom and they're expected to have very huge ideas and they simply on quite being paid enough and so they take on four different writing projects to try and make ends me. But it's really hard. And i think we often consider the financial constraints the crates are going through whilst we stem to have all these free flowing. Huge confident ideas whilst they live in really tight. Conditions hits virginia woolf. That's hopes by Isn't it and if the room is like a coverage is going to be hard and you describe a group of certainly some of these rights as misfits. You put them together. You put yourself in that category defining on the back of the book is a misfit is one looks at life differently many however made intimacy. It's because life looks at ben differently beautifully put. We'd expect nothing is as you percents. This industry the world is cashing in on those misfits. Are you concerned by that. The same time not giving them a fair deal sometimes absolutely and i'm also overjoyed. The misfits in people from marginalized communities are receiving more opportunities to make work a weather sometime ago. Those opportunities didn't exist bots wildfires. Opportunities are being made available. I am concerned about people being exploited in the process and the longevity of people's success of people's security. Not being looked out for well. I think it was at the time somebody said. In a review of the lecture there were audible. Gasps in the room. I wonder just before we get to a little bit more of what you were talking about. Not let that you've expanded on in your writing for television but will seven this book. Will you feeling confident going into that room to try and tell some home truths. Yeah i think. I was confident and terribly nervous at the same time. I wasn't nervous about whether i was going to say was rights for rome. I was just notice because the situation. Everything was very heightened. You know there's a very big stage. There are all these people who are professionals. And i'm supposed to speak to them. That's his terrifying but never was my terra about whether i should say well i'm going to say on an inner latch was actually when you said what had happened to you. You describe certainly impart what has happened to you when you were writing. And you went out for drinks with friends you drink with spikes and as many people who know you've seen i may destroy. You will know that you were attacks. You were sexually abused and you didn't have much memory from that but you said it. I in this speech. How did it feel saying it as i say. In this speech. I had been vocal about it to my what face so it wasn't the first time i have said it. Of course is the first time i've ever said it into a microphone and it felt very freeing to too shabby information because i know that are..

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"mctaggart" Discussed on Trending Diary

Trending Diary

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on Trending Diary

"Please. Yeah i mean if you bring up a great point and so there's some people that may be listening to this podcast as well as you know people i've dealt what's to say well done whereas the science behind metaphysics it. Sounds all blue and hokey where the science and for those people. I'd recommend the book called the field by lynne mctaggart. And so what lynne mctaggart has done in the field that she's taken metaphysics and brought up and showing you the scientific evidence still when we shift our mindset. We actually give off a different energy. Signature are sell our cell. We change all the way at the cellular level. And you brought up a good point about when you go into a situation if you're nervous even if you're trying to put on a fake smile the inner self is always come many where you walk into a room. People can sense the emotion you're experiencing inside even if you don't have facial reactions and so if your vote at your vibe is aligned with your beliefs people can pick that up there. They actually want to gravitate toward you and be around you especially if you have a positive expectation. It's amazing the change. That happens at the cellular level. When when you're vibe changes for the better off should known i had yearly create chat with you baby much about the concept of metaphysics truly interesting to know the board of metaphysics is. I was just imagining it. Something dip because some equations that people have song has a lot to do with the lights. So too trusting. And i'm going to have a look on on the most recommended thank you. Thanks for having me. I had a good time on strong. It was great having you and your beautiful people. Thanks so much for listening. I hope you get somebody value today. And i hope you're saying at tone and keeping safe. I'll use on the next episode and then stay tuned and growth this all..

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"See if the great barrington declaration will only be in the plus show or if that's what we're going to end with but either way it's important all you gotta do is google great barrington declaration it just another resource for the corona virus skeptics out there because just like the engineers and architects for nine eleven truth it is a group of professionals high level professionals who are not happy with the corona virus policies and protocols that have been implemented this year and they think there is a much better way so for people who need good resources that is one so all important stuff and i hope you feel motivated to dig deeper into your own abilities and of course. Tac plus membership but regardless organizations. Like the cdc and the fda they like to parade white lab coats out on tv and act like they care about each and every little precious life but we know them by their fruits. Both of them are revolving doors of corruption with plenty of deaths on their hands. And it's more about what they've omitted and censored from the medical toolbox. If you ask me why were. They only allow for answers that line. The pockets of multinational medical corporations if there are other solutions on the table and they really care about your health. I don't even know why we have to keep having this conversation but we do ask your conventional friends and family while we haven't heard a single word about how to properly take care of ourselves on any of the mainstream platforms. Wear a mask. Don't worry about your diet. Where masks don't worry about how much zinc in sunlight you get and they would also never talk about something like the power of eight no matter. How many studies lend through adam. But if we do manifest our reality according to what were consciously focused on and what we've come to believe that it's no surprise that so much time and attention goes into that. It's like chris bledsoe said or co creating this world whether we like it or not whether we've been manipulated or not. It's just the way it works so tune into some more useful frequencies for your own sake because the stakes right now are pretty high. But with that. I'm out of here. Big thanks to lynn big. Thanks to you guys. I've done my part your move.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"When is right that pretty much any world leader or royalty or billionaire. Philanthropist has just as many people out there lobbying positive thoughts at them as negative ones. So it doesn't really matter what i think about them because clearly not everyone thinks like i do or this wouldn't be a counterculture show but my point was just that if you look at how this world seems to have been designed to be without technology stripped away we'd be in little villages and communities and as individuals we be pretty unknown outside of our circle but because of our manmade outdated political structures and global communication technologies and all of that hundreds of millions of people are aware of certain figures in leadership positions and those people have a lot of positive and negative intention quote unquote lobbed at them. And i don't see any indication that it makes much of a difference in their lives. That's what i think is kind of curious. I mean does the cia. Use the power of eight. Why even stage coups or launch assassination teams if you can just do some of that work from the pentagon intention room sure. There's a blowback effect. But just don't tell them that and get eight more recruits for the next one. I know they the men who stare at goats stuff but now we have lens process and it seems to have no limits for healing. Why would it have limits for other stuff. There is the argument that the universe is tilted towards the positive. We do need love and touch and human interaction to and survive so maybe positive intention does get a little bit more fuel to it. I had almost half to or there'd be no one left but look at the seed thing. How the hell does it work via photograph. How high the resolution need to be on. That photograph does a black and white photo work just as well. What about an eight bit photo. That's so pixellated. You can barely see what you're looking at. What about taking four pictures of four seeds each and then instead of planting those in groupings mixing them up and planning one seed from each votto in each box. Would the intended upon seeds still outgrow the rest with one oversize stock in each pot. I just have so many questions and single'magic i wanna know if that extra step of writing it into a symbol ads juice. Let's do apples to apples and do a power of eight and tension and then power vague intention where the intention statement is broken down into a schedule. And that's focused on. Let's just compare those two things. I don't have a dog in the fight. I just want to understand what's under the hood of reality and i get lynch point. Which is that. The power of eight is what she focuses on and it works so she's not to worried about the rest. Yes other things work to but why fix what is broken. How many processes do you really need to get that same result but to have someone who's been so dedicated to this study as well as maintaining a health magazine called what doctors don't tell you. I mean this is pretty perfect for us right. I never really want to make these interviews about. I have this deaf ear. A condition that the western systems says is completely unfixable and if it was to be fixed through intention. Wouldn't that be the thing that made a believer out of all of us. I might sound like a broken record sometimes. But it's hard not to bring it up when we're talking about such radical healing effects. And i've read the book i've seen the studies. I am a believer. But i also wonder why these things don't just explode by word of mouth if it's basically magic healing that affects everything from cancer to blindness paralysis. Why doesn't it just completely overtake western medicine by the results alone..

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

04:42 min | 11 months ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"There is no one capacity or one methodology that works. you don't Healing works reconnect of healing. Works probably work. Although i haven't really looked into it certainly power v works and my only caveat is don't try to match them up. Don't try to say well. Hey we should take a little bit of intention work. And then mix at in residuals or throwing a little ricky and while we're at it let's have a purple flame in there and archangels coming along to have you know we don't know what that will do because again trying to deconstruct it with some sort of scientific validity as you said. We looked at rain wave studies. I was lucky enough to work with life university. Which is one of the largest chiropractic universities in the world the largest and most prestigious and they have a team of neuroscientists and they put them at my disposal to do a series of power studies. Now we did one thus far that was studying groups of power groups and looking at the brainwave of one of the members a sender not a receiver. And as you said we found very very quickly a quieting of the portions of the brain that make us feel separate and also acquiring the portions of the brain that make us feel anxious worried full of doubt and so these people had bring way signature's very similar almost identical to sufi masters doing chanting or buddhist monks in ecstatic prayer studies that were done at the university of pennsylvania of these groups showed almost identical effects. Now very very different from the brainwave signatures of people doing meditation. So imagine if you mash that up and you put meditation in with the power bait group methodology. You don't know what you're going to come up with. It may notify the effect because what we see with. Our group's is constantly. people go into a mystical state. Essentially and that stayed at oneness seems to be the place where miracles occur. Now there's a giant difference. Between what i'm doing i think and what other people are doing..

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"And i was working with the university of arizona. I use different universities for different experiments. Essentially keep it independent. So i was working at the university of arizona psychologist gary schwartz and he and his lab set up four sets of seeds with thirty seeds each in a tray with individual little spaces recedes he photographed all four sets. We label them. Abcd samuel photographs. My job was then to have the audience. Choose randomly one of the four sets without us telling the scientists and the first two moran is. I was in sydney australia. An audience of about seven hundred. We chose the seeds. let's face seeds. A we said intention to that photograph of the seeds and then told the scientists when we were done with the intention. Still not telling them which seeds we sent intention to. And that was their cue to plant the seeds for about five days and measure them afterward and only when they'd finished measuring. Did i london study and say oh by the way our target would seed say well seats set intention. Nat experiment grew significantly higher than controls. We ran that studied five more times through a smaller audience of about one hundred rhinebeck a bigger audience and south carolina medium-sized audience in dallas. Big audience in la and the internet. We might audience around the world and every single time. The seeds sent intention grew significantly higher than controls. Let's go back to that first one. 'cause we did the same way every time but let's just unpack the significance of that. So you're right. We weren't actually setting intention to the season cells. We were sending intention to a photographic relation of the seeds and also we earn in the same room as seeds. We're in sydney australia. The seeds are a lab in tucson arizona. Eight thousand miles away. Nevertheless we had an extraordinary effect. So that gave me clues about the idea of attention. Creating a kind of psychic internet. Were all thinking. A group of people anywhere are thinking a similar thought at the same time. It has that kind of power even with a symbol of the thing. Not even the thing itself which is really what a photograph is and as you say. We've done intention many intentions just putting up a photo of someone. I do intention of the week every week. Might community sends intention to three people who have been nominated by our audiences everywhere around the world people who have illnesses a very sore. So we use three. We put them up and our audience sends them intention every sunday. And we've had some extraordinary things most recently. A guy was dude for a double leg amputation. Because of bone cancer and after our intention the doctors went into amputate his legs realized. The cancer was completely encapsulated. Easily took it out. His legs were saved and they themselves said there is some kind of miracle going on here. So we've been able to do intention with photographs and that does say something extraordinary about the nature of consciousness it really does it really does and you mentioned pharmaceuticals now is going to bring up this very thin. Because i think when people hear about these sorts of things or that initial famous experiment of trying to effect a.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"Welcome to the higher side. Hi greg thank you so much. I think i've been called all kinds of things but connoisseur of consciousness. I love that. Well thank you. It is the least i can do. I try to be creative. Gotta get them quick. The attention spans are short these days but thanks so much for taking the time to be here. I am really excited about this one. It's been a crazy year. And when so many people are in this high state of fear and stress if not from the virus itself at least the uncertainty and economic impact. That's been caused by the policies around it and it just feels like people sometimes tend to forget about work like yours in times like these or maybe some people feel as if these effects are too subtle for the things that we have going on in twenty twenty so i'm happy we can offer them a reminder. I know it's hard to break down twenty years of research just a few minutes but to get the ball rolling here. Can you walk us through the highlights of this journey where you started with some experiments on seeds and eventually scaled up some pretty amazing things. What's the overview for people who might be new to this will. Actually my journey into this area started in early. Nineteen nineties believe it or not a long time ago when we had just launched. What doctors don't tell you which was a newsletter when we launched it in nineteen ninety and it's now an international magazine so i was very curious.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"Thirties president franklin roosevelt a series of radio broadcasts known as the fireside chef. His was to reassure the common man in our society would recover from an struggle time barr from nineteen thirty and it was a different kind of buyer worldly prostration. We offer a fresh conversations and they are the higher side here. We go people doing the thing from sunny san diego. I'm greg carla and even though these are troubled times and we have every excuse to be distracted with many people struggling to plan a future even maintain a manageable present. It feels as if many of us have forgotten about the very curiosities we had. Before the era of covid everything quantum mechanics epa genetics the biology of belief either physics consciousness dream time insights altered states intention and even what is often just called magic if these things are important if they speak to the nature of reality our essence as conscious awareness having a human experience or anything relating to the fundamental mechanisms of this universe and our place in it understanding them and using them in a time of crisis is crucial. We know that experiments done in the quantum realm have revealed the importance of a conscious observer. That plenty of other studies have enlightened us on a field of energy that connects all things and these pieces of the puzzle. Help explain even more remarkable phenomenon like remote viewing and even remote healing it seems like some aspects of modern science might finally be catching up to the insights and teachings of countless spiritual gurus and dramatic figures. And it's about time because it seems like the western materialist paradigm. we're so conditioned to latch onto is the biggest thing that's holding us back so in a year when people want to pair it that often repeated phrase of trust the science. Let's do exactly that. And actually explore with the science of consciousness and tension and remote healing actually says where the woman who knows more about it than nearly anyone. I could get in the guest chair. Her name is lynne mctaggart and she is a journalist and bona fide expert. On the science of spirituality as the architect of the intention experiment and dozens of other studies on consciousness and group healing. She has been looking deeply into these things for over twenty years lynn. Also the award winning author of several books that break down the journey and the results with titles like the intention experiment using your thoughts to change your life and the world the bond how to fix your falling down world the field the quest for the secret of the universe and the power of eight harnessing the miraculous energies.

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Bren Brown gets two Spotify exclusives

podnews

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Bren Brown gets two Spotify exclusives

"Time everyone I'm Bernie Brown, and welcome to my new daily podcast on spotify spotify car cost has announced a new partnership with Brennan Brown. Current show unlocking also become a spotify exclusive from January to lead is another exclusive which launches next month. She's also collaborated on a yacht rock playlist. If you like Christopher Cross and Toto Africa that you'll love your brock NPR has released the NPR podcast reports containing data and case studies about the broadcasters PODCASTS podcast uses up twenty percent year on year downloads up twenty six percent can podcast from NPR public radio account for thirty two percent of time spent listening to podcast us. spotify testing listener polls. The features live on spot exclusive shows like the re watchable 's like video and sharing cards. It's another proprietary feature for spotify shows only had him. Curry's no agenda disappeared from spotify earlier this week I never submitted our feet Adam says last I checked it was not associated with my email or my account. After leaving spotify September nineteenth after to our rent on his show earlier, Joe Biden has announced the Joe but a network, the first non button show will be see the thing is hosted by Bridget Kelly. Mandy be Livia dope quote not what they'll say because I'm staying out a women's business lull says button. spotify has also launched your daily in the UK content in there from the time talksport in the evening standard, the BBC global and Bauer taking part later today the rain Digital Canada Twenty twenty summit is taking place. The event is online and free our editor James. Credentials. Moderating the opening session. Hey, that's me. It's at rain digital candidate twenty, twenty dot com if you want to go. The Australian podcast cost awards is giving you extra time to anti. You've now got until midday on. Monday. Blueberry has a fancy new website design, which is nice John. McTaggart's the president's and see of APM, is to step down. The company has been criticised recently for race and gender issues for target claims. His decision to step down is unrelated Pierre Remix of PODCAST radio station in the US is celebrating ten years on Air who knew during that time it said one thousand and eighteen audio creators. The first producer was Roman Mars and podcast movement virtual has announced Mark Cuban as a keynote speaker in conversation with the newsworthy is Erica Mandy. And Infocom News, the former host and producer of the ABC's in this podcast. Australia is now making at home with Brie away for kids across the country to connect. When life gives you. Parkinson's is back for a third season Larry gifts to his diagnosed three years ago hosts the show the season includes the collision of Covid nineteen and Parkinson's disease

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Before turning your hand to fiction and I'm just wondering how did that transition about what's the some sort of casualness it made you think. I just must try my hand at writing a novel yeah. The catalyst was called a midlife crisis. And what happened was I turn fifty I've been at my fam law firm Whereas partner for twenty five years and I just thought to myself why do I WANNA do with the rest of my life? and I always wanted to write. I'd always been a reader and I bought something I wanted to try my hand dad and I always had this notion that I wanted to live more than one life on this earth and I've been on a particular trajectory for you know fifty years and I thought I'd try something completely different than so. I resigned my law firm partnership my wife did the same. She's also a lawyer and we pulled up stakes. We left La. We moved to Santa Fe New Mexico and I sound started writing. Fantastic just like that. That's amazing so now you've got to rising names that you work on. The CIA graves has written three match. Praise books on the Dick McTaggart crimes theories and then you've also got literary and historical fiction that you're right under the name of see Joseph Grade so I guess those two nine hundred just simply to differentiate those two different John Lewis Ave. Yeah so there's a bit of a back story to that which I'll be happy to tell you. I'm in Santa Fe. Now the year is two thousand six and I'm as I said writing this first novel which was my first Jack McTaggart novel. It was called Hush money and it took me about two years to right. I was really teaching myself how to write a novel and when it was finished I did. What all New Novels do which is to try to find the literary agent in New York and so I sent a query letters various agents in New York and I've received Forum rejection letters back and I probably sent out thirty letters. Probably got back thirty rejections. In the meantime I finished that novel and I'd start on my second novel and the second novel I wrote was something completely radic fan than the first person sort of sunny humorous Lawyer detective novel. Which was the first novel. Hush money the second novel was was based on a true crime That happened in the US in the nineteen thirties. It was a case I just stumbled upon and interested me a lot of research into and so that was calls hard twisted and it was a very different book. Third Person Very Dark Very greedy much more literary and a by two thousand and ten. I had written two novels. I was now four years into this experiment but I still had no agent and no publisher and so what I did was. I entered both of my manuscripts in a writing contest. It was called the southwest writers international writing contest and the year that I entered. There were six hundred and eighty entries in the contest and like a long story. Short hard twisted came in second and hush money came when I yeah so as a result of that I suddenly had a number of Asians contacting me offering to represent me I ended up signing with David Black Asian seeing the work and We sold the first mystery novel. Hush money to Saint Martins minute tar in a multi book deal and then we sold standalone Gritty historical novel to Bloomsbury But they didn't want to use the name Chuck Graves which are used on the first novel Because there was such radically different novels. They'd want there'd be reader confusion so We I didn't WANNA use a pen name. And if the mystery writing didn't work out ended up being you know Joe Schwarz for the rest of my life. So we reached a compromise where we use variations of my name. So that's a long way of saying that my mystery novels are written by Chuck Raves. And my other non mystery novels are under the name. See Joseph Graves remarkable that you could get I and seeking like that after having really not been able to stimulate mattress. That just shows you. That probably didn't even really weighed things. Yeah you know I. It's a really funny business. It's hard to break into and there's there's a big element of luck to it I think there are a lot of the world is full of really talented writers who never got their break and the world is full of really mediocre. Awful sewer are quite successful. That's just the way it is. Yeah so jackass as a lovely character. He's replaceable. He's thought about roguish ref around the edges. My school in the legal formalities. But but he's kind of got a heart of gold. I had the feeling when I was reading. It's almost like a wish fulfillment thing that you wished that no awards and able guys like Jack to make a living. But that doesn't is there any sort of choice in that suspicion? Well you know I. I think the Jack Taggart character probably my fantasy self. Jack Smarter Than Me. Funnier than me and better looking than me but other than that. There's a bit of me in there for sure In the first off. I'm not sure which one you're at but hush money was the first novel to make say because I like. Oh Yeah thank you Well the first novel takes place. He's a he's a a partner he he's he's sort of being tested for partnership At this at this White Shoe Law Firm in Pasadena California. That kind of describes law firm I worked at The fiction law firm was called handler. Grove The real law firm I worked at was called Han and Han in Pasadena so I sorta use my old law firm You know as a model for the setting and you know to a certain extent Jack has made. I find that writing Jack. Mctaggart novels Comes quite naturally to me Writing in the first person handwriting. That sorta breezy voice comes quite naturally to me Whereas when I write the other novels in the third person and try to be more literary I really have to work at it So I'd much rather just spend all my days writing the McTaggart novels but also have this. This notion that I want to be a serious novelist. You know write the great American novel so. I tried to do that when I'm not doing. Jack. That's lovely. Jack is about to become a full book series. I think one of the things I enjoyed about the books is that each one the headquartered interesting backdrop kind of Environment that the story takes place and then you get quite a lot of background information about those environment. So whether it's show drums thing or an upmarket winery or political campaigning. This quite a lot of extra information that comes with the action and the characterization and I wondered if you really did yourself have crystal understanding connections with those words before you write about them with you had to start from scratch and Research Them I. The answer is it was the former so the conceit there is that I try to take Jack and and Plunkett into An alien environment and they can fish out of water. 'cause Jack is real blue collar guy. He didn't grow up with a slipper spoon in his mouth but he finds himself in these Very sort of high end settings as you said in the world of equestrian show jumping or in the World Valley winemaking And as an outsider. He can kind of make fun of Of of those worlds a little bit But in as far as I'm concerned as a writer I am writing sort of what I know so. For example I did belong to an English. Riding Club in Los Angeles Called the Flint Ridge Rock and I am a kind of a wine guy. I you know a lot of wine tourism and in fact now I actually right now. so Those are world that I knew and politics. I was always interested in politics. And what in Pasadena I was the The campaign Treasure and campaign adviser for a friend who who ran for city council successfully so I had some exposure with all those worlds and I thought they were all interesting enough that it would it. Make good settings for Jack and Equity a good foil for the characters he might be in those types of settings. Yeah Yeah so. You've already explained a little bit about how you're trying to lure experienced student or the books. I have seen Refrains to a particular case with the The Weinstein Family Wine Company. You did have a case to yourself. That was relevant to that plotline today. sort of at the beginning of that book. There's there's a story it's not the main story in the book but it's sort of Jack's entry into the Into the case and it's a case in which A wealthy person dies and leaves behind two wives. Okay Jan In the book one of those. Why the person who dies is a film executive? And he you know media mogul and he leaves behind a wife and a mistress. Both of whom claim to be the wife and the mistress sues the life for half of a half of the deceased's estate. And that's how jackets and to Then that whole Napa Valley scene I had a case just like that I had a prominent citizen Client who passed away and behind two wives and That was quite an interesting case and thought that a fun way to sort of kick the call. So yes I have used actual Cases from my practice not too often and never is the main storyline. But I've used them. I had a very interesting Law Practice represented Interesting people including.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And welcome back to coast to coast George in order with you Lyn McTaggart with us and before we get to your questions Lynn is going to lead us into an intention experiment here to rid this planet of this corona virus and hope hopefully get America back to work again lan what is your method how do we do this well let's formulate this together George okay okay your listeners are primarily in America primarily in America in Canada but we're also worldwide on the internet but most of the listeners are in the United States okay sometimes it's helpful to focus on an area so why don't we focus on North America again that'll take care of our Canadian ones too and what we want is an intention that every area in North America with a corona viruses epidemic and let's also say particularly New York because that that's the epicenter right now that'd be immediately permanently and completely curtailed by at least ten percent or more so that rapid transmission infidelities drastically declined and the reason that only save that ten percent or more which doesn't you know people say well why not fifty percent what we're looking for we could do as they say is to flatten the curve a transmission so that it starts really dropping and if you had a ten percent or more dropped it would be quite extraordinary in terms of really affecting the fight sure Alex is specially set was instance absolutely so that ten percent or more will cover more than that and when I do that when I do intentionally permits for instance when we did want to lower violence in Saint Louis Missouri a year or so ago okay we said ten percent by at least ten percent well the lowering of violence there was forty three percent and just in the area we focused on not in the rest of Saint Louis but in the area that was the most violent and that seems to be a way of kind of hooking the universe into something particular and it seems to work okay so how do we do it okay so we're going to have to hold it in a kind of meditative state so they'll be a little bit of dead air time but I'll try to talk through it while we're doing that for the region I'll do the same with you okay great so we take a deep inhale the deep exhales keep in hail and this is everybody listening the deep exhale indeed in handle and as you're doing this I want you to imagine the you're actually holding the hands of everybody listening to this program so we are all connected and we are all connected virtually at this moment but just imagine you're holding hands and as we do this I want you to feel what's happening to you are you feeling energy are you feeling tingling up and down your arms are you feeling you know an overwhelming sense of heat just feel what's going on with you are you feeling one and that's what we see and we don't brainwave studies of the of people doing this with power bi groups or intentions we find it very quickly people drop into a state where their sense of self the brain parts of the brain involved with feelings separate and supports the self that they actually decrease quite dramatically so people enter into a state of miraculous and mystical oneness that's what we're looking to do so as you're breathing gently in and out in and out.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And welcome back to coast to coast George in order with you Lyn McTaggart with us and before we get to your questions loom is going to lead us into an intention experiment here to rid this planet of this corona virus and hope hopefully get America back to work again Lynn what is your method how do we do this well formulate this together George okay okay your listeners are primarily in America primarily in America in Canada but we're also worldwide on the internet but most of the listeners are in the United States okay sometimes it's helpful to focus on an area so why don't we focus on North America again that'll take care of our Canadian ones and what we want is an intention that every area in North America we're the corona viruses epidemic and let's also say particularly New York because that that's the at the center right now that'd be immediately permanently and completely curtailed by at least ten percent or more so that rapid transmission infidelities drastically declined and the reason that only save that ten percent or more which doesn't you know people say well why not fifty percent what we're looking for what we could do as they say is to flatten the curve a transmission so that it starts really dropping and if you had a ten percent or more dropped it would be quite extraordinary in terms of really affecting the fight so Alex specially set was instance absolutely so the ten percent or more will cover more than that and when I do that when I do intention of permits for instance when we did want to lower violence in Saint Louis Missouri a year or so ago okay we said ten percent by at least ten percent well the lowering of violence there with forty three percent and just in the area we focused on not in the rest of Saint Louis that in the area that was the most violent and that seems to be a way of kind of hooking the universe into something particular and it seems to work okay so how do we do it okay so we're going to have to hold it in a kind of meditative state they'll be a little bit of dead air time but I'll try to talk through it while we're doing that so there isn't I'll do the same with you okay great so we take a deep inhale the deep exhales thank you to inhale and this is everybody listening the deep exhale I think deep inhale as you're doing this I want you to imagine that you're actually holding the hands of everybody listening to this program so we are all connected and we are all connected virtually at this moment but just imagine you're holding hands and as we do this I want you to feel what's happening to you are you feeling energy are you feeling tingling up and down your arms are you feeling you know an overwhelming sense of heat just feel what's going on with you are you feeling one this and that's what we see and we don't brainwave studies of the of people doing this with power bi groups or intentions we find it very quickly people drop into a state where their sense of self the brain parts of the brain involved with feelings separate and supports the self that they actually decrease quite dramatically so people enter into a state of miraculous and mystical one that's what we're looking to do so as you're breathing gently in and out in and out imagine you're holding hands with everybody on the call and I want you to think of this intention.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on KTRH

"Back to coast to coast George in order with you Lyn McTaggart with us and before we get to your questions Lynn is going to lead us into an intention experiment here to rid this planet of this corona virus and hope hopefully get America back to work again lan what is your method how do we do this well let's formulate this together George okay okay your listeners are primarily in America primarily in America in Canada but we're also worldwide on the internet but most of the listeners are in the United States okay sometimes it's helpful to focus on an area so why don't we focus on North America again that'll take care of our Canadian ones too and what we want is an intention that every area in North America we're the corona viruses epidemic and let's also say particularly New York because that that's the at the center right now that'd be immediately permanently and completely curtailed by at least ten percent or more so that rapid transmission infidelities drastically declined and the reason that I save that ten percent or more which doesn't you know people say well why not fifty percent what we're looking for we could do as I say is to flatten the curve a transmission so that it starts really dropping and if you had a ten percent or more dropped it would be quite extraordinary in terms of really affecting the fight sure Alex especially if it was instance absolutely so that ten percent or more will cover more than that and when I do that when I do intentionally permits for instance when we did want to lower violence in Saint Louis Missouri a year or so ago okay we said ten percent by at least ten percent well the lowering of violence there with forty three percent and just in the area we focused on not in the rest of Saint Louis that in the area that was the most violent and that seems to be a way of kind of hooking the universe into something particular and it seems to work okay so how do we do it okay so we're going to have to hold it in a kind of meditative state so they'll be a little bit of dead air time but I'll try to talk through it while we're doing that for the region I'll do the same with you okay great so we take a deep inhale the deep exhales thank you to inhale and this is everybody listening and a deep exhale indeed in handle and as you're doing this I want you to imagine the you're actually holding the hands of everybody listening to this program so we are all connected and we are all connected virtually at this moment but just imagine you're holding hands and as we do this I want you to feel what's happening to you are you feeling energy are you feeling tingling up and down your arms are you feeling you know an overwhelming sense of heat just feel what's going on with you are you feeling one miss and that's what we see and we don't brainwave studies of the of people doing this with power bi groups or intentions we find it very quickly people drop into a state where their sense of self the brain parts of the brain involved with feeling separate and supports the self that they actually decrease quite dramatically so people enter into a state of miraculous and mystical oneness that's what we're looking to do so as you're breathing gently in and out in and out imagine you're holding hands with everybody on the call and I want you to think of this intention our intention is that in every area of North.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on WTVN

"Tonight it's gonna be a little bit story and a little chilly thirty six for the overnight low on Thursday fifty eight partly cloudy will see plenty of sunshine and then on Friday we'll get into the low sixties I'm ABC six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall make peak on your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user Skype name George nine seven three one three cent Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west this is coast to coast AM with George Noory other special guests tonight Lynne McTaggart this hour we'll take your phone calls with the land she will also lead us in an intention experiment.

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Activist Aims To Strengthen California's Consumer Privacy Act

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:15 min | 1 year ago

Activist Aims To Strengthen California's Consumer Privacy Act

"It's been about a month since California. Roll out the toughest consumer data privacy law in the country but already there is talk of another law from the same guy who launched the first one Rachel Morale from member station K. Q. E. D. reports that. There's a dispute about whether this latest bid were actually weaken the current law to understand data. Privacy Alastair McTaggart of Oakland California. Wants you to imagine for half a minute. The true living with him. And it's not going well if you and I are partners and we're both wearing a fit bit. That fitbit knows everything about our lives. Everything like if you to start sleeping in the same room or two different rooms. It knows before anybody else that technology and it knows and that's valuable valuable because that's information that can be sold onto advertisers everybody from linen companies and divorce attorneys. That might monetize the information to data brokers who just want the information to be fair. Fitbit is one of many companies collecting and sharing data. We presume is private or should be but unlike most of us. Mctaggart had the money to launch a political and then illegal conversation in California about surveillance based advertising two years ago the consumer consciousness around privacy wasn't what it is now now people are mad now. He says he has an opportunity to take the toughest data privacy law on the nation and make it even tougher so for instance. His new initiative would create a new regulatory agency in California but a number of other data privacy advocates say the fine print includes giveaways to business lobbyists. Mary Stone Ross's with the `electronic information privacy center in DC now but she co authored the earlier initiative so for example there's definition of de identified. Information Sounds Boring. But it's actually a really big deal. Because by definition de identified information is not personal information so if that definition is weakened that we the scope of the entire law so sure enough in this new initiative is a weaken definition of de identify. Why does she care so much if she's moved to Washington? Dc because in the absence of Federal Data Privacy Law other states are looking to California. There's legislation that's going to be introduced in Florida and Colorado potentially in New York who says a sea change in regulation of privacy in the US. Jim Halpern is corporate attorney with delay. Piper who advises companies about data privacy? He essentially backs up. Ross's read from the other side of the negotiating table in the end of the day. The Way I view the initiative is creating new rights without a legislative process but then addressing some of the practical compliance issues that drove efforts to amend the law by the business community in twenty nineteen. That explains why few data privacy advocates expect Silicon Valley to lobby against the new initiative. Getting what they want and given growing public concerns about data privacy people on both sides expect voters to find the basic idea of the California Privacy Rights. Act of twenty twenty appealing

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Is the Link Between Depression and Serotonin a Myth?

One Life Radio Podcast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

Is the Link Between Depression and Serotonin a Myth?

"This is from What doctors don't tell you coincidentally it's a magazine from the UK What is her name? Lynne McTaggart founder of it and her husband and I'm sorry I can't think of his name But I I it's in here. That's so disrespectful. Find it hold on. Okay Up Brian Hubbard. Your is her husband's name And so it says in many of the suppressed oppressed studies S. S. R. is performed worse than Placebos. Okay we're talking And and that's just part of it. And then they talk about inflammation it's it's it's as if depression isn't a chemical If depression isn't a chemical imbalance what is it. One theory gaining. Traction is that it has to do with inflammation and I'm thinking of the book the inflamed mind and all these other things that I read everywhere and I do believe that I do and I've seen it firsthand from people in my family that have taking CBD or tumor just lost some weight or started eating better and their mental health improves as well. Absolutely once you mitigate inflammation through diet through lifestyle through sleep then things start to to to even out a bit more because your body's inflamed Cintas fight or flight state as it is so then you couple that with things outside of it in life and it's going to just make it worse and here's here's a little more on the SS ours are is the SS arise. Yeah and they're like what are you talking about. That's an old song isn't it. Never heard of it and the USSR. Billy Joel the Billy Joel. The Beatles back in the. US Bilko. Isn't billy Joel. I may be wrong. Mo Bros out but we'll do a challenge challenge. We'll have somebody google anyway. What made me think of it? I have the worst sense of humor I really do but Bu- back before our eyes antidepressants were developed Just two one hundred people per million listen to this just before they developed are accessorize this which are antidepressants. Before they were developed. Just two hundred hundred people per million were diagnosed with depression but this exploded to a hundred thousand people per million ten percent of the population when the drugs were launched on the back of the chemical imbalance theory of depression. That's crazy right. Okay let me read on. It says in one thousand nine sixty five Harvard psychiatrist. Joseph Shield Kraut Kraut. Put forward the theory. That depression was caused by low levels of neurotransmitter and two years later other researchers singled out serotonin and so it says if a chemical is linked depression than the drug industry could produce another chemical to adjust the balance and so research began to research into SS. Our eyes as began but neuroscientists were doing their research to and they were unable to find evidence that supported the theory. Clinical researchers didn't fare fare. Any better studies have depressed. People found that their serotonin levels were the same as in healthy controls and even when when Saratova Serotonin levels calls were D- habilitated Excuse me I'm really butchering this. You know okay you know what I'm having. I had my teeth cleaned this morning. And what does that have to do it. But I'm having like this is weird thing with my lips. No I'm serious like my lips aren't pronouncing words right anyway. Okay so let me go back. So so even when Serotonin levels were deliberately lowered. The participants didn't become depressed. Convert conversely depress people given very high doses of Serotonin didn't see any improvement in their symptoms. Even the psychiatric profession quietly agrees. It's Bible that the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders doesn't list Serotonin as a cause of depression. While the American Psychiatric Press Textbook of Clinical Psychiatry Sites serotonin deficiency as an unconfirmed hypothesis right. But we also know now about genetic expression how you can turn genes on and off so just because you maybe you might have the gene for depression or anxiety or whatever your your lifestyle your diet your stress levels and you'll recovery can turn on or off those genes in childhood childhood trauma that they address like see. I told you I can't tickets. But that's the thing like they were. They're looking at one thing they're looking at Serotonin. Of course you're not going to fix visit with one with a silver bullet right. The you have to look at the entire holistic picture of this thing. Yeah holistically so under the M. I didn't. That's that's such such such a great point it is because that's what we do here. We talk about holistic and alternative. How so it goes on with this inflammation? Depression isn't a chemical imbalance. What is it one theory gaining? Traction is it has to be inflammation and we already talked about that. But researchers at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana tested the theory that when they assessed early childhood had experiences and depression among one hundred seventy seven young offenders at a juvenile detention center in Russia many were suffering from depression and the researchers discovered vert a correlation between the severity of their condition and the extent of childhood trauma such as punishment hostility parents on justified criticism and lack F- respect. Absolutely that's a subconscious programming especially when your child we don't even realize is happening right. I don't know why I'm depressed. Nawab sad all the time. Well you know so And that goes for For Schizophrenia too. You can be predisposed to that. It's in my family genes. But why did I not get it. And why did my brother My brother Jerome Jerry. Jerry data will. Jerry was sexually molested as a child when he was an altar boy with the Catholic Church and so and that caused a split your body holds trauma holds traumas going and it happened repeatedly. He was an altar boy for many many years. Okay and it was. It was a repeated thing and He had a nervous breakdown when he was seventeen and he and his life immediately you know was he and he's never had a driver's license all these things that we all take for granted And he has suffered tremendously But in one institution after the next now he's in a really great home where he gets great care and Houston and but so many so many people don't understand that those childhood traumas they. Can you carry them with them with you for your life unless they're healed and talked about that so one of the doctors that I'm working with now don would WHO's a neuropsychologist? Has a program program called inspired performance institute he goes back in helps clear. TRAUMAS like that. Childhood TRAUMAS Folks that have been Exonerated from wrongfully incarcerated for murders and such And that's what it's all about is about clearing those subconscious traumas of things. That happened to us. Like it's you your your your brother right might might blame himself for being an altar boy. It's those little things they go back to. They don't think about that. They don't understand it until they go back into it because brain sees it as as if it's happening right now until until they can clear that in reprogram the way the brain sees that event they're going to be stuck in that repetitive

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"mctaggart" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"Okay. So I know we're primarily a comedy show. So I'm gonna apologize in advance for this week's diatribe is sad one. So if you normally listen to this show on the way to work to get a few laughs in through the commute. Maybe skip ahead to the headlines, and you listen to this bed some other time because I'm going to be talking about death this week and not in the abstract. So if you've been to an atheist convention in the last decade or so anywhere in the northern hemisphere. There's a pretty solid chance that you met Deborah McTaggart while you were there, and if you met her it's highly unlikely you wouldn't remember it. She was crazy short or hair was to shades off of fire hydrant, and she was gregarious four a Canadian, and even if you never made it to conventions. There's a pretty good chance you knew her as heretic woman from beyond the trailer park. She was very much a member of the family of atheist podcasters that I'm proud to lend my fraternity to cherish member. That she wasn't just the kind of person that everybody likes the kind of person that you couldn't even envision somebody disliking. And I say was because on Sunday morning this past week. She died in her sleep. She was a frighteningly young forty six years old. And she was a listener she was a colleague, and she was a friend. She blacked Lucinda more than me. But to be fair everybody who knows us does and listened as about the only person on the planet that could Makerfield tall. So that probably factored into it as well. But my. World definitely got a little darker when I saw the news on Facebook this week. So what do we do right? I mean, we're Theus tes. There are a lot of differences between us and religious, folks. But this is kind of the main one, isn't it the fact that they get to hide in an imaginary shelter when storms like this common. Pretend they didn't get wet. I mean, I still contend that. Religion doesn't help people when their loved ones die and as evidence of that. I'd offer up every funeral ever. But at least it helps them ignore the real hard parts. Right. But not us. We have to take death right in the fuck and heart all at once and that's hard to do. But it's what your loved ones deserve. Right. We shouldn't rob them of their totality to paper over our own fears. What Deborah was is all she will have ever been and love it or leave it..

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"mctaggart" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Meanwhile, professor Xavier engine at assist Moyer McTaggart are working around the clock to try to keep a Yana stable and figure out just what's up with this whole legacy virus thing cyclops for his. Part is still in Alaska after running off their to avoid an awkward conversation where he learned that the legacy virus was in fact, from strife along with a few other prize revelations from a weirdly helpful mister sinister and most of the rest of the x men's blue team is finishing up a very confusing adventure in Japan along with new additional Cilacap revenge, which sidewalk is the actual Cilacap remains in question will get to that later for now we have other stuff to talk about that brings us to uncanny x men number three hundred three going through the motions and oboe this one. So this one has an interesting creative team. We have Scott LaBelle writing Scott lobbed who we've already seen right number of very good X men, quiet issues, which this kind of is. But this issue is pencilled by Richard Bennett inked by Dan, green and Richard Bennett. And. The line. Art is absolutely got awful. Well for me. It's not that the line art is God awful. It's just that. It's a strange choice for this story. Richard Bennett has very superhero. Very sexy, very polished, very overly emotive, art. And I think in another issue that could work pretty well. And here it does not ruin the issue for me. This is an issue that I love very much and every time that I've read it as I've been preparing for this episode. It's gotten me to tear up if not outright cry is still a very effective issue. But I'll agree that Bennett's art. Maybe makes it a little less than it might be. Yeah, it's I'm trying to think of how best to describe it to folks who are just hearing about it without fiscal examples, which of course, you can click through and find in the visual companion. But if you're just listening for now, it's navy. Kyle Baker without a sense of humor. You know? That's not a bad way of putting it. That's that's that's a mean way to say it. But it's it's got that that pinup cartoon Innis, and sort of exaggerated emotions, but it looks like it's. Being done entirely straight faced and the sense of proportion and consistent character appearance are way off. I I have trouble telling here with telling with Bennett, what's what's style. And what's error, which is always kind of frustrating situation for me? And I just it's as miles said, it's just a terrible tonal fit for the story. But the story itself is God damn powerful. And I vote we talk about that K. Our story opens with Jean grey going to find jubilee who's hiding out in exotic years ready room. You know that one where we is talking about him. Watching a bunch of porn. We're not gonna talk about exhibitors porn habits in in this episode. We have other stuff to talk about well, and do is is fairly young and professor Xavier while he is horribly irresponsible might I'm just I'm just going to go ahead and assume that he has parental controls built in there. And she's just been watching the music television or something, oh, you know, what it could be it could be like those old leisure suit. Larry, computer games were. There would be a bunch of trivia questions from the seventies. You had to answer correctly to actually get into the game. Those questions legitimately kept me out of that game. My parents had it, and I couldn't play it because I didn't know about you know, the fucking eagles or whatever. So I'm going to go on a brief tangent here from that that tension and say that that there was there was actually a conversation among amongst several older generations of relatives that Chris. Dinner this year about which of them had owned leisure suits, ended what colors, and I was very impressed. That's amazing. But we're we're getting a little off track. Let's talk about tragic things other than leisure suits, which are fucking amazing not tragic so genes come to find jubilee to see if jubilees okay after everything that happened. And we haven't explicitly been told what happened yet this issue opens after this big event, but we can definitely assume based on what we've known is coming for the last four months of issues ever since Liana started to get sick.

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"mctaggart" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"mctaggart" Discussed on Mindful Living Spiritual Awakening

"I often get emails from listeners who've had an awakening experience where they feel the oneness of at all it is extrordinary experience and often the question they ask is how can I get back there? How can I go back to that experience in ideally, many want to stay there feeling that beautiful unitive state of being connected to everything in this episode? We may have some answers for you. And if you've listened to my other podcasts, you know that I often look for information that's in the form of some sort of research. And or I look for people who've been working in a particular area for quite some time decades of possible. The good news is there is evolving research that may be able to help us answer. This question about awakening. As you know, I am a firm believer in synchronicity and letting things on fold in divine order to live in flow much of this podcast series has come through me. And it is that aspect to which I credit the success of the series. I received the initial topics through meditation and also received much of the content along the way in meditation. Yes, I do the actual physical work. And there is something else working here too, which I am deeply and profoundly grateful. This program is nearing the three million. Download Mark thanks to you into that. Which moves and guides us. I daily requests for people to be a guest on this show a few months ago. I got requests from Lynne McTaggart steam, and I sat on it for a while until once again in meditation, the timing was right. In this episode. Lynn shares have she may have discovered the secrets again backed by facts and research as to how we can tap into those awakening experiences. I mentioned earlier this. She says is also a huge doorway to healing. I am most excited to share this discussion with you. I've mentioned this before. But when I read her book, the intention experiment about ten years ago. I was having an intense energetic experience. Ultimately, her book was a pivot point for me at that time in my life. When I read the power of eight I was again, having consistent energetic experiences through the reading of the book. It felt like that. There was some transmission that was happening. And by the way, it happened during this interview to it was quite interesting. I will share Lynn's passion, her work in insights as a way to help you think about what to you want to create in twenty nineteen. What will your life?.

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