The Power of Eight Community FAQs Welcome to the Power of Eight community forum. We are thrilled that you have chosen to join us. This engaged community is a place where you can meet many like-minded people to connect with across the world. Below you will find answers to the questions that we get asked about the most. How do I join a Power of Eight group?Once you have registered an account, click on the ‘Groups’ panel located at the top of the page. You’ll see lots active groups currently set up in different time zones. Feel free to join whichever group feels right to you – so long as they are still open to receiving new members. You can also create your own group and send out a message, inviting friends or existing members to join. Just remember to clearly state where your group is based. It’s also a good idea to name your group. Lynne has had fun naming Masterclass groups by the names of Greek or Roman gods, and even Egyptian pharaohs. Once you have joined or created a group, you will be able to post within your group to other members, and decide whether to meet your group regularly on Skype or Google Hangouts, Zoom or any online platform – or even to meet in person. What happens if there are 8 members of a group?This community forum is there for you to create your own Power of Eight circles. Once you have 8 or so members of your group it’s a good idea to close off that group so that it doesn’t become unwieldy. To do this, amend the group title so that it reads ‘FULL.’ (If people leave your group, you can always remove ‘FULL’ so that you can recruit new people.) Alternatively, you can set your group to ‘Private,’ which will prevent new people from joining. To do this, simply click on the management group, settings and then tick the relevant privacy setting. How do I create a new group?To set up a new group, please email Laura@wddty.co.uk Once your group has been set up, you can post on the notice board asking for members to join your group. Remeber, you can request for the group to be made public or private. How do we meet as a Power of Eight circle?Once you have eight members within your group, discuss as a group whether you want to meet daily or weekly. Then decide if you want to meet in person, or online, as an audio group or as a video group. It really helps to keep to a set time that suits everybody. What other tips and advice can you give our new group?Everybody within the group should be open to the possibility of healing and intention. Appoint a team leader, who will help to run the groups. Either the team leader or all members of the group should buy a copy of Lynne McTaggart’s new book, THE POWER OF EIGHT. THE POWER OF EIGHT will act as your guide for the best techniques of carrying out intention and help you to develop your intention skills. Before meeting, everybody should write down their major intentions for the month or year. Keep a journal about your progress over the next days, weeks andmonths. Report your experiences to your group and don’t be afraid to ask for feedback and support. They’re your new intention family! Practicing with group intentionThe group may also wish to experiment with sending intention to people outside the group with health or other life challenges. You can also try group intentions to improveyour town or city. THE POWER OF EIGHT offers many suggested experiments that you can do together as a group. Remember: when you are formulating intentions to heal anything – even the crime rate – be very specific. The scientific evidence shows that intention works best when the intended outcome is highly specific. If you want “peace,” don’t just intend for “world peace.” Choose a target place and request that it be 25 percent more peaceful, for example. To find out more about THE POWER OF EIGHT and any of Lynne’s Intention Experiments, weekly Intentions of the Week, live and live stream events and Masterclasses, please sign up here.