A Oneness Of Mind


The Power of Collective Thought and Signs of Our Times

by Andy Thomas [signed copy]

144 pages, paperback
Illustrated in black and white
ISBN 1-85770-278-6
Vital Signs Publishing/SB Publications 2003

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The Power of Collective Thought and Signs of Our Times

by Andy Thomas

A fascinating and controversial volume based on transcripts of Andy’s early presentations at the Glastonbury Symposium conference, exploring the huge power of collective thought and looking at the global and personal implications.

The extraordinary growing evidence that the human mind can profoundly affect the material world means that understanding the very real power of our minds – amplified massively when working collectively together – could hold the key to a choice between paradise or chaos at this critical moment in human evolution. A Oneness of Mind provides a useful overview of many related areas.

Described as “five lectures that didn’t change the world, but did make some people think twice,” this book collects together edited transcripts of Andy’s earlier pioneering presentations at the renowned Glastonbury Symposium conference. Reaching towards the themes which would eventually culminate in The Truth Agenda, the content of A Oneness of Mind sowed important seeds in the developmental path of Andy’s work, looking at some of the key issues in the world which could be resolved by both positive thought and collective action.

Admittedly more basic than Andy’s later writings, there are still many constructive ideas here, expressed with honesty and wit. Illustrated with photos of some of the more theatrical moments of Andy’s renowned lectures (hence the somewhat odd cover of him holding a gun with his head stuck through a TV set!), the compilation of this material marked an important turning point for Andy’s future direction.



“Andy puts an exciting, witty case for the application of positive thought by all of us to influence the global decision-making process.” (the late Hamish Miller)
“A fascinating collection of ideas about making the world a better place through positive thought and positive action, shared with insight and, often, humour.” (The Magnet)



Foreword by Hamish Miller

1 – Armageddon and How to Avoid It

2 – Positive Living and the Negative World

3 – Conspiracy and How to Live with It

4 – Power and How We Give It Away

5 – World War Three and Other Non-Events

The Author

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