Lynne’s blog

Oct
23
2009
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Lynne McTaggart
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More Than Just Spoonbending

Perhaps the only downside about all the publicity having to do with the The Lost Symbol is the renewed attack on consciousness research as unworthy of serious discussion. All of the skeptics and their websites are brimming with renewed fervor, and in the UK, where I live, all the scientists and science writers have dismissed […]
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Oct
9
2009
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Lynne McTaggart
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Group Intention: A Field effect

Last week, two studies that caught my eye seemed to answer fairly basic questions about the nature of the social group and the power of the social contract, and why all this related to the power of group intention. The study, recently published in Cancer Prevention journal, represented some groundbreaking collaboration between cancer specialists at […]
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Sep
25
2009
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Lynne McTaggart
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The Lost Symbol: a group intention experiment

As I’m reading The Lost Symbol, I’m fascinated that Brown has made one of the central themes of the book both the power of thought to create the world, and the extraordinary and unifying nature of mass thought. Katherine Solomon, one of the main protagonists, is a scientist who carries out consciousness research. Solomon is […]
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