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The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World Paperback – February 5, 2008
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"Lynne McTaggart has zeroed in on a wonderful collection of experiments and events that shatters our normal materialistic assumptions of time, space, and everything in between (if there is an in-between). It's as mind-bending as it's meant to be." -- William Arntz, producer, writer, and director of What the BLEEP Do We Know!?
"Very few books are able to transform information into inspiration—concepts into action—word into deed. The Intention Experiment does exactly that. In a style that is highly entertaining and accessible, McTaggart reminds us of an eternal truth too often overlooked: Each of us possesses the power of the Universe WITHIN. Now that is a transformational read!" -- Ward M. Powers, filmmaker and director of ONE: The Movie
"The Intention Experiment is an extraordinary advance in our understanding of consciousness as a field of all possibilities where intention orchestrates its own fulfillment. If you want to empower yourself and use the laws of intention to manifest your material reality, read this book." -- Deepak Chopra, author of Buddha: A Story of Enlightenment
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- Item Weight : 10.2 ounces
- Paperback : 336 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0743276965
- ISBN-13 : 978-0743276962
- Publisher : Atria Books; Reprint Edition (February 5, 2008)
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.44 inches
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #41,633 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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If you want to read a really good book on intention, check out William Bengston's book The Energy Cure.
If you are seaking a basis to accept this mechanism as a fact, this will provide the proof you need. Mctaggart provides ample numbers of studies to back up her position.
I applaud her for her work.
Yet, as I think about some of the ideas behind LoA I can't help but suspect that there's got to be some truth to some of it. For example, when you put your focus on something, you are more than likely to have more of what you focus on. Beethoven lived and breathed music, and he was able to do amazing things with it. In order to lose weight, we have to focus on that accomplishment.
This is what I loved about this book. Lynn McTaggart did some intensive research with some pretty amazing scientists. Her book is not about the LoA, but more importantly how our thoughts affect us, and even our world. Carl Jung hypothesized that there was a "database" out there that we as humans were constantly uploading to and downloading from. This book shows that there does seem to be some communication between humans and everything around it. Some of the experiments in this book are fascinating, and after reading the book, I looked up many of the scientists referenced... who have stellar reputations among their peers. This is important.
What matters most about this book is that I feel as if she has done her homework. Unlike most new age books, she's not starting with a premise and then looking for "facts" to back that up. In fact, she's more than willing to talk about opposing viewpoints and ideas that are still being debated. But the ideas within the book are really fascinating, and, if true, definitely worth taking a really good look at.
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The idea behind this book is good. It also shows that smaller number of people can be more powerful than larger numbers sometimes.
How accurate it is, I am still undecided, but it was an interesting read.
Whilst I haven't yet finished the book I have read enough to know that it will certainly expand my knowledge. Ultimately it will allow me to join experiments that we all hope will confirm that we human beings have a creative power to help others and the world around us.