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On October 13th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Even the most progressive frontier scientists struggle to explain so many of our cognitive feats, such as where memories or stored, or how our brains access information beyond the senses and, most particularly, how our thoughts can affect things and people outside of ourselves.

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On October 6th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Dear Friends, Last week, I spoke at Mile Hi church and then led the audience of 450 in Power of Eight circles. For the next 40 minutes, we all listened to dozens of people who had undergone instant, extraordinary healings:  a woman who’d had a stroke and could no longer focus her eyes was back […]

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On September 29th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Why, some of you have asked, should you devote a half hour of the next six days, starting tomorrow, sending intention to some city in America for the American Peace Intention Experiment?

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On September 22nd, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

With just about a week to go before the historic American Peace Intention Experiment kicks off on September 30, GAIA TV, who have kindly sponsored the event, has prepared a little trailer.  Here’s a taste of what you can expect.  We’ll be sending intention for peace to the most violent place in America, but you’ll […]

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On September 15th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Dear Friends By now you know that on Sept 30-October 5, I’m running the largest peace Intention Experiment that’s ever been conducted and we are targeting America, which sure needs our help. And I hope you’ve signed up. (If not, go to www.americanintentionexperiment.com and do so.  It’s totally free.) But until it kicks off  it’s […]

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On September 8th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

When people ask me why I’m running a Peace Intention Experiment for America, I tell them about something extraordinary and untoward that happened during the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Like most Americans, I’d been forced to revisit the horror of September 11, 2001, on every anniversary for those past nine years, as every television channel […]

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On August 25th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Rocky Bleier, former running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers, used intention to help the Steelers win the Super Bowl. His technique was to saturate his mind with the details of specific plays. He carried out mental rehearsals in the morning, before the team meal and last thing before drifting off to sleep every day of […]

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On August 18th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

By the end of the twentieth-century, monks had become the favorite guinea pigs of the neuroscience laboratory. Scientists from Princeton, Harvard, the University of Wisconsin and the University of California–Davis wired up monks to state-of-the-art monitoring equipment and studying the effects of intensive, advanced meditation. Monks offer scientists an opportunity to study whether years of […]

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On August 11th, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

One of the most basic assumptions about intention is that it operates according to a generally accepted sense of cause and effect. If A causes B, then A must have happened first. This assumption reflects one of our deepest beliefs, that time is a one-way, forward-moving arrow,  the most tangible evidence is the physical evidence […]

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On July 21st, 2017 by Lynne McTaggart

Reversing the irreversible Treatment of type 1 diabetes is touted as a great medical success story—a condition considered long-since conquered, ever since Sir Frederick Banting and his colleagues at the University of Toronto ground up the pancreas of a cow and injected it into a 14-year-old diabetic boy in 1921. There’s no doubt that the […]

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