Organizing the non-obvious

Marcus Aurelius, the go-to philosopher for the pithy quote and the Facebook meme, said something that rarely gets highlighted, but I think is especially profound.  It’s this: The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious. Not one of those quotes that hits you between the eyes, perhaps, although it did so for me, but that’s perhaps because it touches on some of the essential points in my book, The Untrue Story of You. ‘Unpacking’ the comment (as philosophers love to say) the first important phrase is “victory”, so what is this victory?  There is only one
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Workshop in London

If you live in or around London, you may want to catch me and my wife, Lynne McTaggart, at a workshop we’re holding on Saturday, December 5th. It’s a one-day workshop that features some of the work we’ve done together, and it’s the first time we have presented it in the UK. Called ‘The Process’, it fuses our work into a powerful synthesis that gives you the tools to help you overcome the past that shapes ‘you’ and makes you what you are and the life you’re leading.  It’s especially helpful if you feel you’re in a rut or trap,
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The past is still a headache

If you suffered physical or sexual abuse or domestic violence when you were a child, you are far more likely to suffer from migraines as an adult.  This might be dismissed as mere coincidence by those who believe every ailment must have a physical cause, but those of you who’ve read The Untrue Story of You know different. At the heart of the book is the Time-Light theory—that the past lives on in us as an energetic entity, and one that influences our lives, our world and our health. There’s plenty of research in the book to support the theory—and
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