Merlian News Podcasts With Lynne McTaggart On Latest Intention Experiments

Lynne McTaggart is the author of five books, including The Intention Experiment and the international bestseller The Field. She also runs worldwide Living The Field master classes and groups which are designed to help people adapt the ideas of the new scientific paradigm into their everyday lives. She was featured in the wildly successful cult classic movie What The Bleep!? and has become an international spokesperson on alternatives to conventional medicine.

In this interview, Lynne McTaggart talks with Merryn Jose about the Intention Experiments: from making leaves glow, seeds grow, to potential water purification and lowering crime rates. Lynne also talks about:

Dr. Rustin Roy of PA State University and his plans to mutate bacteria and change the structure of water via intention. Dr. Masaru Emoto, A Live Aid Peace Experiment to lower violence with Deepak Chopra and the Alliance for New Humanity, Global New Thought, Unity Churches, Spiritual Cinema, and more. They found meditation can lower crime rates Previous Intention Experiments took only 10 minutes and produces incredible results. Working towards putting the Live Aid Peace Experiment on social networks like Myspace & Facebook The Mini Gaia Experiment- a biodome with a mini eco-system, to lower global warming & clean up pollution The power of negative intention, i.e. visualizing bacteria or even cancer cells being killed “Powering Up”, the proper mind states, etc before participating in the Intention Experiments, based on science and Intention Masters, and the workbook that can help you Retro Intention- how the future can affect the present

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The Intention Experiment by Lynne McTaggart

Merlian News Podcast Interview with Lynne McTaggart: Part 1

Merlian News Podcast Interview with Lynne McTaggart: Part 2

by Merlian News
Lynne McTaggart, an investigative journalist, and editor of the newsletter "What Doctors Don't Tell You," began work on "The Field" four years ago as a personal quest. Her research took her to many areas around the globe, meeting with top frontier scientists in Russia, Germany, France, England, South American, Central America and the USA. During these meetings, she saw what these scientists were working on and it seemed to overthrow the current laws of biology, chemistry and physics. Their theories and experiments also compounded into a new science, a new view of the world.