13/36 – Overcoming evil with Love
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13/36 – Overcoming evil with Love

Here is the thirteenth account in my series of experiences that do not fit with the spacetime model of materialistic science. Thirteen is NOT unlucky! It is sometimes called ‘the angel number’, signifying a time of change and spiritual growth empowered by relatedness. This account tells two stories of the power of remotely spoken words. It is a prelude in light to the other accounts that will follow.

The Poetry of a Diesel Engine
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The Poetry of a Diesel Engine

My wife Marian and I have just returned from an awesome holiday in Norway. The glacier walk was demanding but exhilarating. The more strikingly memorable scene that returns repeatedly to my mind, however, is of utter peace and stillness. It settles my heart as I recall that side valley of Sognefjord where we stayed for…

Mindfulness – How to row your boat…
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Mindfulness – How to row your boat…

I was taken hold of one day by a nostalgic memory of a week’s rest near the far end of Loch Alsh, a peaceful, tidal sea inlet close by the Isle of Skye in Scotland. A rowing boat came with the cottage. The tidal rhythm of high to low over six hours and twelve and…

4-5/36: Two more events that broke space-time rules
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4-5/36: Two more events that broke space-time rules

I’m sharing 36 true accounts of events in my life (recorded in the back of my Bible) that, astonishingly, so broke the widely accepted ‘rules’ of a mechanistic, space-time materialism worldview of ‘life’ that I simply had to find another way to explain them. A true scientist receives observations and experiences as data that must…

The Future-telling dream that saved my life, 2/36
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The Future-telling dream that saved my life, 2/36

A second unusual event in my life that broke the rules of space and time happened in 1972 when I was a student in my third year at Oxford University studying medicine, neuroscience, and immunology. I was an unusual student in that I had a motorbike rather than a pushbike, which I tended to drive a bit too fast.
One night I had a dream in which there were two scenes…

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