Lynne McTaggart

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Lynne McTaggart is an award-winning journalist and author of The Field and The Intention Experiment. As co-director of Conatus Plc. she is founder and editor (with her husband, publisher Bryan Hubbard) of some of the leading health newsletters in the U.K. and U.S. (www.wddty.com). Lynne is also the founder of "Living the Field," a master class that applies the ideas from The Field to everyday life. She regularly hosts international conferences on the science of spirituality (www.livingthefield.com). As a result of her Field work, she has created a global laboratory to test the power of group intention (www.theintentionexperiment.com).

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Listen to Tami Simon's interview with Lynne McTaggart: Living from Interconnectedness and Intention

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Living from Interconnectedness and Intention

Tami Simon speaks with Lynne McTaggart, an award-winning journalist known for her exhaustive research on the intersection between cutting-edge science and the worlds of spirituality, health, and culture. She is the author of The Field, The Intention Experiment, and The Bond, and her Sounds True audio programs include Living the Field and Living with Intention. In this episode, Tami speaks with Lynne about discoveries from her ongoing work with intention experiments that reveal how our thoughts affect reality. She also discusses new findings that we are biologically wired for cooperation instead of competition, and what we can do to shift our lives and culture towards interconnectedness. (60 minutes)

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