This World We Could Know

Whole World MetaphorI am really thrilled that my new book, This We Know is seeding new thoughts and forming a new movement.

We know that we know loads more than people say 100 years ago.

We know therefore that our descendants in 100 years will know new and different things that we don’t know.

What we also know is that the things we imagine today are the seeds of this new knowledge.

Accordingly, I’ve started interviewing some amazing New Thinkers about the kind of world they would like to see in 100 years time … or even sooner.
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Read the reviews here …

“A little book with a big impact”

“In a category of its own”

“Short, elegant and perfectly formed”
… and find out why a 12 year old boy called it “mind bobbling”

The interviews are posted in reverse chronological order here as, appropriately reversing chronology is part of the mix.

Harun Rabbani on a World of Self Mastery

Pauline Crawford on Smiling and Willing-ness

Christine Miller on Creating a Self-Aware World

The World Francesca Gordon-Smith Would Like to Know

Mark Newey on Slowing Down being the New Speeding Up

What Nikki Turner Would Like to Know

Marie Taylor on Slowing Down and Appreciating More

What Jackie Walker Knows

Sherry Wakeman talking about the acquisition of knowledge …

What The English Sisters Know

Vicki Wusche on a new model for property market

Shelagh Jones on solving the fossil fuel crisis

Find your inner goddess (or god)

Listen to the latest Moments of Light interview with Amy Palko.

And discover why getting in touch with your god or goddess archetype gives so much insight as to why you are here and on the work you came to do …


Amy is an amazingly creative soul on a spiritual quest to contribute towards the balancing of the masculine and the feminine through sharing the wisdom of the goddess.

She is a writer, photographer, academic, teacher, spiritual seeker, home-educating mother of 3.

Although she plays all these many roles in my life, but the thread that runs through each is the sacred feminine.

Find out more about Amy and her insightful work on her web site … and check out her photography here and on this slideshow

If you have a Moment of Light you’d like to share do get in touch