: The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World (): Lynne McTaggart: Books. 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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Oct 07, Gordon Brown rated it really liked it Shelves: Nonetheless, the books provides extensive reference to scientific papers, many ideas and speculations about paradigms next in line to be adopted in order to mctagagrt sense of as-of-now not framable let alone explainable facts.
Thousands of volunteers from 30 countries around experimeng world have participated in Intention Experiments thus far. To me it was a little hard to get the impact of all the interesting results but i’m sure someone fund of science would find the book compelling. Her results look amazing so far; like: A crash course on a basic meditative technique to enhance the mind’s alleged power concludes the book, too.
Some of the research findings include that athletes who do not physically exercise but only imagine their workouts can increase their muscle strength between 13 and 16 percent. I would have preferred the author presume the readers had limited knowledge of the subatomic world and explained things a bit more thoroughly. Although the book exleriment written for a popular audience, it lyne a comprehesive bibliography and notes.
Mar 17, Cynthia rated it it was amazing. The pilot experiment In the pilot experiment, McTaggart asked a group of 16 meditators based in London to direct their thoughts to four remote targets in Dr. 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 — mctxggart, plant, and human.
I feel like this My review might’ve been higher if I’d read this and not listened to it. I keep this around and read it from time to time This book is based on scientific experiments using the laws of physics and I’m learning about quantum physics and subatomic particles and how experimebt particles are all effected by eachother. I recommend reading it.
The author does a great job of presenting the ideas to the layperson in an engaging way, without getting bogged down in the background of scientific theory. These two things evoke my old interest in somet Would rather start with chapter 13 inntention the actual technique and practice of this experiment. On February 2nd, I researched the studies she mentions, and mctahgart was true to the study.
To see what your mctsggart thought of this book, please sign up. Nov 26, Noha Al-Yahya rated it liked it. Why do you think that your body affects radio transmissions or television transmissions when you stand in certain locations. Hitler liked Darwin, and that view survival of the fittest justified also Capitalism and Colonialism, affirms Lynne Mc Taggart.
I sure hope that the rest of the books on my list in this genre have a lower coefficient of inanity.
Feb 11, Sandra rated it it was amazing. Jun 24, Michael rated it it was amazing. Unless you’ve read the authors other books. May 29, Ben Tousey rated it it was amazing.
Ever get feedback from hold So you don’t believe in God. The new science is nothing like we could have imagined. Maybe they were born to an important family, or blessed with extreme good looks. Because its your thoughts, your intentions, that shape this world. Learn how to participate in the experiments The Intention Experiment is a series of scientifically controlled, web-based experiments testing the power of intention to change the physical world.
Ever get feedback from holding the microphone too close to your mouth.
I’ve been taking classes on the laws of attraction which basic premise is that our thoughts manifest to create our life and the world. In “The Intention Experiment, ” internationally bestselling author Lynne McTaggart, an award-winning science journalist and leading figure in the human consciousness studies community, presents a gripping scientific detective story and takes you on a mind-blowing journey to the farthest reaches of consciousness.
As the author eloquently writes: Perhaps they worked very hard all their lives and the natural consequence of those actions are good fortune. Recent researches are divulgated in the usual passionate if sometimes not fully accurate style – there is as expectable perhaps too much stress on how the experiments the author investigated support her point of view, which is stated immediately.
Open Preview See a Problem? 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.
The important part is that you recognize that you believe.