: The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (Audible Audio Edition): Lynne McTaggart, Eliza Foss. The Intention Experiment has ratings and reviews. Lynne McTaggart, author, of the groundbreaking book THE FIELD, now takes it one-step farther. So I obtained The Field for myself, as well as McTaggart’s more recent book, The Intention Experiment. The moment I read the back cover of.
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Nonetheless, the books provides extensive reference to scientific papers, many ideas and speculations about paradigms next Follow up to “The field” by the same author, this sequel expands previous themes in relation to the supremacy of mind over matter.
Powers, filmmaker and director of ONE: So, in other words, you can rewind, replay, and revise. It proves that we’re connected to everyone and everything — and that discovery demands that we pay better attention to our thoughts, intentions, and actions.
In a style that is highly entertaining and accessible, McTaggart reminds us of an eternal truth too often overlooked: The Intention Experiment does exactly that. Gary Schwartz, professor of psychology, medicine, and neurology at the University of Arizona, to determine the effects of focused group intention on scientifically quantifiable targets — animal, plant, and human. It is also the first book to invite you, the reader, to take an active part in its original research. We are not the mere humans that we thought.
His light was not unlike the photons of visible light emanating from stars in the sky. I’m one of those people who really enjoys reading about certain aspects of quantum physics without completely understanding any of the actual science behind it. Every living thing emits photons – waves of light so small that they are invisible to the human eye.
The Experiments – Lynne McTaggart
Now that is expeeriment transformational read! The new science is nothing like we could have imagined. It worked, just not the way I wanted it to. It’s as mind-bending as it’s meant to be. A fascinating and well researched and documented book detailing hundreds of peer reviewed scientific experiments on the nature of consciousness and it’s effect on physical matter.
The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World by Lynne McTaggart
I know just enough of the idea in layman’s terms to get past the science fiction angle of what is being presented, but not nearly enough to know if the science presented here is accurate, or well represented.
University of Winnipeg Bookstore. Books by Lynne McTaggart. Or, even more so because ljnne moves beyond the individual imagination.
Feb 11, Sandra intentiln it it was amazing. This book was hard to get through. Maybe they were born to an important family, or blessed with extreme good looks.
Apparently, this is the book that mctaggaet the documentary movie “what the bleep do we know? Picked up this book thanks to Dan Brown with his new novel and the news of one best friend who recently diagnosed of cancer. It is the first “living” book in three dimensions.
The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World
On February 2nd, Besides the big Tbe Experiments, this web site oynne informal Intention of the Week for people or situations with illnesses or problems. I think I even skipped around, a lot! Finally, it walks the eager reader through how he or she can be part of the big experiment. And how can one be an efficient intender? If you have any interest in what’s actually happening at the forefront of scientific research into consciousness and thought, this book is a must read.
Her results look amazing so far; like: Dec 10, Hessah Alhashash rated mtaggart really liked it. I researched the studies she mentions, and she was true to the study. We are a combination of electrical impulses, for lack of a better way of putting it.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Very interesting and intellectual read. Follow up to “The field” by the same author, this sequel expands previous themes in relation to the supremacy of mind over matter. Much of the light from distant stars has been travelling for millions of years. Tje feel like this My review might’ve been higher if I’d read this and not listened to it.
This woman needs to understand the meaning of the word “context” While I lnyne the book to be fascinating, it is not an easy read.
We all know waves of light travel, right. Using intention to focus on tangible results. So you don’t believe in God.
The universe is a giant ATM machine in the sky and I just have to learn the special numbers to punch in to get my every wish. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.