A Master Class in Intention from Lynne McTaggart

Every year international bestselling author Lynne McTaggart opens her doors to offer intensive teaching to on the secrets of intention and The Power of Eight®. She begins with a six-week live and interactive webinar course, then places all the members of the class into groups of eight to meet for an entire year under her ongoing supervision. From her website, www.lynnemctaggart.com we read:

Imagine that this is the year that you finally

  • Sort out a long-standing health issue
  • Launch a new and exciting career
  • Make all relationships more loving and fulfilling
  • Get your finances on an even keel with a steady, abundant flow of money
  • Identify the thoughts and past issues that hold you back
  • Find your life’s true purpose

You may know Lynne as the author of books like The FieldThe Intention Experiment, and  The Power of Eight. Years ago Lynne organized groups of people worldwide and invited them to participate in large group healing experiments. Then, she conducted rigorous scientific study of these groups to see what was really going on. What happened next transformed her from a skeptic into a believer. In the 30 experiments Lynne has run to date, 26 have evidenced measurable, mostly significant change.

Now she offers this master class once a year for a small group of students. This is an opportunity to imagine the year of your dreams, by unleashing the hidden power you hold inside you to heal every part of your life, while finding your own loving ‘tribe’ and helping them heal to their own lives, too!

Click here to register for the class

“Both the Power of Eight circles and the global experiments were revealing something more,” Lynne writes, “something central about human consciousness and its ability to trespass over the boundaries of objects and other people, even the borders of space and time. We’d repeatedly demonstrated that the human mind has the ability to operate non-locally, move through walls and over seas and continents, and change matter thousands of miles away.”

Merlian News Podcasts with Lynne McTaggart featuring her latest intention experiments

 


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| by Cheryl Shainmark

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| by George Cappannelli

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