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Inspirations: Lynne McTaggart on the Power of Intention (July 2012)

Season 2, Episode 4
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Lynne McTaggart is a best-selling author, researcher and lecturer whose work has been described as “a bridge between science and spirituality.” In this sparkling conversation, webcast live on July 18, 2012, she shares her understanding of the connectedness of all things and of the power to harness our thoughts and intentions to change the world.

Lynne is the award-winning author of six books, including the international bestselling sensations The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond. She has been featured in the acclaimed documentary I AM, and also on national TV shows and radio shows, including Oprah Winfrey and Deepak Chopra.

Regina Meredith
Doug Moldawsky
English

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eesa, posted on December 26, 2012

Thanks once again, Regina, for a stellar and excellent interview which sparks the creative inspiration in my mind to reach for the next step. Cannot wait to get the book and start a local group of eight here in my own world.

It is time for us all to embrace our connectedness and allow the polarization to fall away. Kudos on being part of that creation to Lynne and Regina. Love you guys so much!!

floydan, posted on November 6, 2012

It's pretty useless trying to watch these with the video trailing the audio by as much as a minute.

Reason, posted on August 12, 2012

agree with all your points on evolution, love Proverbs 8, 22-31. However, we are in a transition point. In order to move forward we cannot have a substantial part of the population fighting for sheer survival. Our instincts are programmed to fight for survival first. 1 Corinthian 12, 12-27 confirms how we are connected. It supports your point, but it also clearly warns that pain in any part of the body is shared with the entire body.
The answer proposed by the authors is in 1 Corinthian 13; love is the emotion that enables a 100 IQ person to relate to the 150 IQ person in terms of "are you for real, are you being honest with me". It also qualifies the efforts of the 150 IQ person as legitimate in terms of advancing the human agenda.
We have a profound lack of understanding of ancient religious writings, and there is a total absence of con- temporizing these inspirations. They have served our species for a very long time, let us get the politics out and study them like we used to.

peuchy, posted on August 4, 2012

would be great to have a direct link to the website of the interviewees.thanks

Puptart, posted on July 21, 2012

Regina, I so appreciate how prepared you are for each interview. It is more than obvious that you've done a lot of thinking about the subject, the work, the author and your audience. Thank you for the wonderful interview with Lynne McTaggart.

Our systems are falling apart. The basic assumption that life is a survival of the fittest surely, in part, accounts for individuals feeling entitled to game the system, disregarding even agreed upon documents like the constitution of our country.

Everything seems corrupted. Who trusts a bank these days? A first step to living better together is to THINK about our basic assumptions about survival of the fittest and instead focus on the welfare of the group, bonding and community.

Thank you for the wonderful interfiew, a piece of the large conversation needed.

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