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Tapping into The Field

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Tapping into The Field

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Date: Tuesday - July 8, 2003
Host: George Noory
Guests: Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart, an investigative journalist, spoke about a unifying concept of the universe in her appearance on Tuesday's show. Based on her study of various "frontier" scientists, McTaggart keyed in on the Zero Point field as a connecting force for all of life. This subatomic field of quantum energy she likened to a "giant supercharged backdrop," that is inexhaustible.

The Field can be tapped into for such things as healing and harnessing collective consciousness, McTaggart said. Along those lines, she has developed workshops, courses and a newsletter based on the idea of the underlying field as a primary resource. She recommended meditation as one route to accessing the field, and that by "allowing yourself to be a vessel" you could "learn to operate without a sense of separateness."

Geomagnetic influences can affect humans McTaggart said. She cited solar flares as an example of something that might disrupt a person's contact with The Field. She also talked about the powerful effects of "sacred tones," suggesting that certain sounds resonate with the human body. "Vibration and sound can be used to heal," and bring a person back into an energetic harmony, she explained.

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