Lynne McTaggart, one of the leading voices in the new consciousness movement, is the award-winning author of seven books, including worldwide bestsellers The Field, The Intention Experiment, The Bond and The Power of Eight. She is also the architect of the Intention Experiments, a web-based "global laboratory," prominently featured in the plotline of Dan Brown’s blockbuster The Lost Symbol. Lynne is also editorial director of the international magazine What Doctors Don’t Tell You and consistently listed in the Watkins’ annual list of the 100 most spiritually influential people in the world.
In the first half, Professor at the University of Georgia, W. Keith Campbell, discussed the epidemic of narcissism in our culture. He defined narcissism as having a grandiose or inflated sense of self-- being a "legend in your own mind," and thinking that you're better than other people.
Science and spirituality expert Lynne McTaggart discussed her new blueprint for how to fix our falling down world, and her past healing intention experiments, as well as presented a historic Heal America Intention Experiment during the live broadcast. We've created a world that doesn't work anymore, and "we have to consciously do... More »
Author and researcher Lynne McTaggart argued that by working together in groups rather than as individuals, we can yield the greatest benefits. In the West, many are trained to believe in the survival of the fittest, but actually "we are wired to care, share, and be fair. And whenever we go against that, we get in trouble. We... More »
Appearing during all four hours of the show, author and researcher Lynne McTaggart reported on the ongoing results of various mind-over-matter/intention experiments that she's helped organize and conduct. In an... More »
Researcher Lynne McTaggart returned to report on the on-going results of global mind-over-matter experiments (theintentionexperiment.com) that she has sponsored. Because of the way subatomic structures function, the world is not as fixed or final as it might seem, and living things are subject to influence from the power of thoughts, she explained. Successful experiments have been conducted... More »
Journalist and author Lynne McTaggart discussed how a unifying quantum energy or "field" connects the universe, and shared various pieces of scientific evidence that relate to this theory. We can train our brains for extra-human potential, she reported. For instance, by practicing meditation, she said the brain becomes more synchronized as the quantum particles "speak"... More »
Researcher Lynne McTaggart discussed the Zero Point energy field, a potential power source she called a "cosmic free lunch," if it could be tapped into. Such energy systems also relate to intent and psychic experimentation, she noted, adding that it has been demonstrated that mental intentions are actually a tangible... More »
Editor of the newsletter, What Doctors Don't Tell You, Lynne McTaggart laid out the dangers of fluoride use which have been generally ignored by health professionals and communities at large. "It's a rat poison," McTaggart said of fluoride which is added to the water supply of two thirds of America's cities.
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... More »
Richard Dolan is a UFO researcher and author, "UFO and the National Security State".McTaggart, an investigative journalist, describes scientific discoveries that she believes point to a unifying concept of the universe, one that reconciles mind with matter, classic Newtonian science with quantum physics and, most importantly, science with religion. At issue is the zero point... More »