Merlian News Podcast Interview with Lynne McTaggart: Part 1

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!? Down The Rabbit Hole. And has become an international spokesperson on alternatives to conventional medicine.

In this interview, Lynne McTaggart discusses with Merryn Jose her most recent book and project, The Intention Experiment, which enables people to actually participate in her ongoing research.

Lynne McTaggart also engages listeners in a very down to earth manner, with information on:

The Zero Point Field Fritz-Albert Popp’s work with biophoton emissions How the future effects the present and much more!

To download and listen to the Podcast, CLICK HERE

Originally recorded and published April, 2007.

The Intention Experiment by Lynne McTaggart

 

 


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