The Intention Experiment:
Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life
and the World
By Lynne McTaggart
Reviewed: March 2007
those who enjoy facts - scientific facts - as I do, you will
soak this book up like an eager sponge. Is it an easy read?
No, in that it forces the reader to face up to himself in
a way no self-help book would. A world class investigative
journalist, Ms. McTaggart puts before your very eyes the cold
hard facts of cutting edge scientific research.
Ms. McTaggart, who wrote the wildly popular book, The
Field, a few years ago, and who I was fortunate to
interview on my Synthology show, is a remarkable woman. A
straight-shooter whose own health struggles propelled her
to investigate the world of quantum physics in her search
for wellness, tripped across what she calls the secret force
of the universe. The cult film, “What the Bleep
Do We Know?” was based on that book.
In this her newest effort to further the work begun in The
Field, Ms. McTaggart presents a synthesized body of information
- linking all kinds of research together into a salient whole
-- laying a formable case that we create our own reality every
day in every way.
With the recent popularity of the movie “The Secret”
(even Oprah is on board!) these “quantum concepts”
are developing a mass appeal. Personally, I’m thrilled.
And it is a result of people like Lynne McTaggart digging
into what doesn’t make sense to the average person,
making sense of it for us, and then explaining what we can
do with the information.
She’s gotten world renowned scientists to participate
with the readers of The Intention Experiment, and hopes that
the collective consciousness can help change the world.
I recommend this book to those who are serious about understanding
how the sub-atomic world impacts us - and we it - every moment.
A book of substance.
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