The Intention Experiment
Lynn Mc Taggart is the award-winning author of five books, including the international bestselling sensations 'Living The Field' and 'The Intention Experiment'. She is an internationally recognized spokesperson on the science of spirituality.
Lynne and her British husband Bryan Hubbard publish , the world's most well respected health newsletter, books and on-line information on alternative health.
They also have a great web site which is an independent testing service for the consumer of alternative and complementary health remedies and products, such as supplements and herbs, as well as eco and 'green' products and services. Its tests establish the active ingredients in products - which can differ dramatically from the claims made on the labels - as well as their reliability, shelf life and usability.
What The Field has discovered:
- The communication of the world occurs in the subatomic world.
- Cells and DNA communicate through frequencies.
- The brain perceives and makes its own record of the world in pulsating waves.
- A substructure underpins the universe that is essentially a recording medium of everything, providing a means for everything to communicate with everything else.
- People are indivisible from their environment.
- Living consciousness is not an isolated entity. It increases order in the rest of the world.
- The consciousness of human beings has incredible powers, to heal ourselves, to heal the world – in a sense, to make it as we wish it to be.
The Intention Experiment is a series of scientifically controlled, web-based experiments testing the power of intention to change the physical world. Thousands of volunteers from 80 countries around the world have participated in Intention Experiments thus far. Some exciting news is that Lynne has been in discussion with Deepak Chopra, the Alliance for New Humanity, and the Association for Global New Thought, an umbrella organization of New Thought churches, about having their members band together to run a giant Peace experiment in the Autumn 2008.