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The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change the Life and the World [Anglais] [Relié]

Lynne McTaggart
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janvier 2007
The book you hold in your hands is revolutionary, a groundbreaking exploration of the science of intention.Drawing on the findings of leading scientists from around the world, The Intention Experiment demonstrates that thought is a thing that affects other things. It is also the first book to invite you, the reader, to take an active part in its original research.

Using cutting-edge research conducted at Princeton,MIT, Stanford, and many other prestigious universities and laboratories, The Intention Experiment reveals that the universe is connected by a vast quantum energy field.Thought generates its own palpable energy, which you can use to improve your life and, when harnessed together with an interconnected group, to change the world.

In The Intention Experiment, internationally bestselling author Lynne McTaggart takes you on a gripping, mind-blowing journey to the furthest reaches of consciousness.As she narrates the exciting developments in the science of intention, she also profiles the colorful scientists and renowned pioneers who study the effects of focused group intention on scientifically quantifiable targets -- animal, plant, and human.

McTaggart offers a practical program to get in touch with your own thoughts, to increase the activity and strength of your intentions, and to begin achieving real change in your life. You are then invited to participate in an unprecedented experiment: Using The Intention Experiment website to coordinate your involvement and track results, you and other participants around the world will focus your power of intention on specific targets, giving you the opportunity to become a part of scientific history. A new Afterword by the author recounts the successes of the several Intention Experiments so far.

The Intention Experiment forces you to rethink what it is to be human. It proves that we're connected to everyone and everything -- and that discovery demands that we pay better attention to our thoughts, intentions, and actions. Here's how you can.
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"If you want to explore the latest science behind The Secret, look no further. Science and wisdom collide and make friends in this real-world adventure that is ultimately a guidebook for living." -- Drew Heriot, director of The Secret

"Lynne McTaggart has zeroed in on a wonderful collection of experiments and events that shatters our normal materialistic assumptions of time, space, and everything in between (if there is an in-between). It's as mind-bending as it's meant to be." -- William Arntz, producer, writer, and director of What the BLEEP Do We Know!? and author of What the BLEEP Do We Know!? - Discovering the Endless Possibilities For Altering Your Everyday Reality

"Very few books are able to transform information into inspiration--concepts into action--word into deed. The Intention Experiment does exactly that. In a style that is highly entertaining and accessible, McTaggart reminds us of an eternal truth too often overlooked: Each of us possesses the power of the Universe WITHIN. Now that is a transformational read!" -- Ward M. Powers, Filmmaker and Director, ONE: The Movie

"The Intention Experiment is an extraordinary advance in our understanding of consciousness as a field of all possibilities where intention orchestrates its own fulfillment. If you want to empower yourself and use the laws of intention to manifest your material reality, read this book." -- Deepak Chopra, author of Buddha: A Story of Enlightenment --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

Biographie de l'auteur

Lynne McTaggart is an internationally recognized spokesperson on the science of spirituality and the award-winning author of five books, including The Intention Experiment and The Field, which have been published in eighteen and fourteen languages, respectively. She is also co-executive director of Conatus, which publishes some of the world's most respected health and spiritual newsletters, including What Doctors Don't Tell You and Living the Field. She lives in London. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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  • Relié: 289 pages
  • Editeur : Free Press (janvier 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0743276957
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743276955
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,9 x 15,2 x 3 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very practical 13 octobre 2009
Par Oneness
This is a very practical experimental kind of book - it's more or less saying not to believe what it says but more to try it out experimentally. It's like a global intention experiment to get all the best out of life, of course it also touches on the spiritual element of life - the unified field theoery of quantum physics making it an all round good book. If you want more of the spiritual experience I would recommend the book The One: (Finding Reality & The Awakening of Spiritual Awareness) . Both would go well together!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 changeons nos pensées 25 juin 2014
Par anne
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le pouvoir de la pensée, l'intention et leurs conséquences. c'est ordre est à remettre dans un autre ordre aussi.
sur le temps linéaire et d'autres notions dépoussières ...
ouvre des horizons méconnus de la conscience.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Reasons to act 27 janvier 2007
Par Sheilah. Bockett - Publié sur
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
The preface to "The Intention Experiment" is pivotal to understanding this book's purpose. In it, Lynne McTaggart explains that, in previously writing "The Field," she aimed to make sense of all the ideas from ongoing research into quantum physics and, ultimately the implications of the Zero Point Field for human life and consciousness. The response to "The Field" was more than gratifying, yet McTaggart felt that her own journey of discovery had just begun. The scientific evidence she had amassed suggested something remarkable about our potential to affect reality, but left her with many unanswered questions. Hence her current book, "The Intention Experiment."

McTaggart still does not claim to have all the answers. In fact, the earlier part of the book describes her renewed search for answers. Anyone who has read "The Field," is an experienced meditator, a healer, practiced in qigong and/or has had unexplained experiences themselves will need no further persuasion that intention is a real force: targeting your thoughts actually works. However, the early chapters are replete with ongoing research into consciousness and human intention that will challenge the hardest sceptic. Not light reading, with all the protocol details and statistics, but there are some staggering revelations. We are certainly far more than we think we are.

The author's description of the intention experiment she negotiated with eminent German scientist, Franz Albert Popp is highly significant (especially his courage in agreeing to it in the first place.) McTaggart admits beguilingly that she was deflated after they had discussed the likely target. "For our experiment, I had wanted to help heal burn victims, to save the world from global warming. Single celled organisms weren't exactly my idea of heroics and high drama." However, when she began to research algae, she quickly changed her mind. Algae could be critical to our survival. Why? Well, you'll need to read the book.

The "Intention Exercises" in the last three chapters include suggestions for personal as well as group work, and are mostly a summary of meditation, visualisation and affirmation techniques already known. However, the focus is more specific. (There is a caveat, given earlier in the book, to remember that there is a significant difference between intention and attention.)

The book ends with an invitation to join a global intention experiment. Whether you do this or not, is optional. However, this book is not made for mere armchair philosophy. It is an interactive book that challenges each of us to do something at one level or another. I would defy any reader to walk away from "The Intention Experiment" and not change a thing in their life, or the way in which they live it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Scientifc Evidence for the Power of Intention 9 janvier 2007
Par Janet Boyer - Publié sur
"We can no longer view ourselves as isolated from our environment and our thoughts the private, self-contained workings of an individual brain. Dozens of scientists have produced thousands of papers in the scientific literature offering sound evidence that thoughts are capable of profoundly affecting all aspects of our lives. As observers and creators, we are constantly remaking our world at every instant. Every thought we have, every judgment we hold, however, unconscious, is having an effect. With every moment that it notices, the conscious mind is sending an intention." - From the book

What if eggs registered a cry of alarm, then resignation, when one of their number was dropped in boiling water? What if you could change the shape of your bicep muscle simply by sitting on a couch and using your brain? What if plants could learn to differentiate between true and artificial human intent--a plant "learning curve"--such as a researcher *thinking* about lighting a match under one of its leaves, but not intending to actually do it? What if directed thoughts produce demonstrable physical energy, even over a remote distance--perhaps altering the very molecular structure of the object of intention? Can praying for 4,000 patients with hospital-acquired infections affect their healing and recovery--when prayed for *4-10 years after their hospitalization*?

Do these questions sound like plots out of a sci-fi novel to you--or perhaps ridiculous notions from New Age space cadets? What if these concepts were actually the quantifiable results of rigorous scientific studies?

Like her previous book The Field, author Lynne McTaggart explores the edges of frontier science, boldly going where ingrained Newtonian paradigms have never gone before: the realm of pioneering consciousness experiments. In her newest book The Intention Experiment, McTaggart not only recounts dozens of extraordinary scientific studies on the power of human intention on machines, plants, animals and other humans, but also explains how to harness this power individually and collectively for specific results.

In fact, McTaggart, in conjunction with Dr. Gary Schwartz of Center for Frontier Medicine in Biofield Science at the University of Arizona, now endeavors to undertake the world's largest scientific mind-over-matter experiment in history, inviting readers to participate in online research on massive group intention. In addition, McTaggart encourages participants to use her blueprint of exercises and recommendations for "powering up"--based on the results of extensive research--to formulate their own personal goals, especially unlikely ones, and report the results to her website.

Some of the fascinating studies and research findings detailed in The Intention Experiment include:

* "...although the activity of the REGs was normal in the days leading up to 9/11, the machines became increasingly correlated a few hours *before* the first tower was hit, as though there had been a mass premonition... The world had felt a collective shudder several hours before the first plane crash, and every REG machine had heard and duly recorded it."

* "Volunteers between 20 and 35 years old imagined flexing one of their biceps as hard as they could during daily training sessions carried out five times a week. After ensuring that the participants were not doing any actual exercise, including tensing their muscles, the researches discovered an astonishing 13.5 percent increase in muscle size and strength after just a few weeks, an advantage that remained for three months after the mental training stopped."

* Clearly, during an altered state, roughly corresponding to the hyperalert state of intense meditation, conscious thoughts can convince the body to endure pain, cure many serious diseases, and change virtually any condition.

* Water treated by healers underwent a fundamental change in its molecular makeup.

* "...Helmut Schmidt successfully employed a similar study design to change his own prerecorded breathing rate, demonstrating that it is possible to retroactively change your own physical state as well...intention is capable of reaching back down the time line to influence past events, or emotional or physical responses, at the point when they originally occurred. Physicists no longer consider retrocausation inconsistent with the laws of the universe. More than one hundred articles in the scientific literature propose ways in which laws of physics can account for time displacement."

A recent article in Rolling Stone magazine mentioned that well-intentioned, heartfelt prayer might inadvertently harm or kill patients--an article that no doubt deflated the beliefs and hopes of some people...not to mention seeming to contradict the many studies showing the efficacy of prayer. With uncanny prescience, McTaggart addresses this study in depth, concluding, "When we are consciously attempting to affect someone else with our thoughts, we may want to search our hearts about our true feelings to ensure that we are not sending tainted love."

The Intention Experiment also explores why Reiki, energy healing and voodoo works, as well as the science behind visualization, entrainment between loving couples, psychic ability, retrocausation, biofeedback, remote viewing, and manifestation. If you're intrigued by the ideas presented in The Secret, What the Bleep Do We Know?!, Ramtha material, and the Abraham material (Law of Attraction)--but crave scientific proof and a more globally connected, compassionate paradigm--The Intention Experiment by Lynne McTaggart abundantly delivers. Proving what mystics, shamans, and spiritual teachers have demonstrated and shared for centuries--that all is connected in the web of life--I'm thrilled that there's *finally* a book that integrates volumes of hard scientific data with idea that thoughts are "things" that solidify, and influence, matter itself.

Instead of merely offering up an incredible amount of detailed research findings (the notes/citations and Bibliography are well over 30 pages)--which is a feat in itself--The Intention Experiment does what many books do not: translates the implications of these findings for everyday folks, and provides a simple model to follow for personal experimentation and manifestation. Bravo to Ms. McTaggart for this book, and for providing the opportunity for readers to participate in the largest, grandest experiment on group intention in human history. ([...])

Janet Boyer, author of The Back in Time Tarot Book: Picture the Past, Experience the Cards, Understand the Present (coming Fall 2008 from Hampton Roads Publishing)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dazzling Scientific & Interactive Evidence of the Power of Intentions 7 janvier 2007
Par Cynthia Sue Larson - Publié sur
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
The long-running paradigm of good intentions paving the road to hell has been brilliantly overturned by investigative journalist Lynne McTaggart's new book, THE INTENTION EXPERIMENT. McTaggart provides dazzling evidence of the spectacular power of intentions from a wide variety of peer-reviewed, statistically significant research reports as she takes us on a tour of cutting-edge research currently underway in the relatively new field of consciousness. One of the challenges of studying the mind's effect on matter is that intention demonstrates variable effects depending on the state of the host and the time, place, and manner by which it is initiated, which McTaggart addresses by presenting a number of ways that various types of intentions produce different effects, as well as ways to help ensure better outcomes.

THE INTENTION EXPERIMENT takes us on a journey to discover what, exactly, is meant by 'intention,' and how we can produce results we'll most appreciate. Whereas seasoned meditators can demonstrate remarkable command over their physical processes and remotely influence others, McTaggart describes how anyone can learn to achieve noticeable results. The key to achieving an effective state of intentionality lies in powering up, reaching a state of peak intensity, developing mindfulness, merging with what is to be influenced, being compassionate, and specifically stating an intention. When we follow these instructions after reading a thorough overview of relevant research, we can find it a lot easier to believe that it may be possible for us to send our intentions to far-off places and times.

Some of the more startling facts in THE INTENTION EXPERIMENT are research findings about how our intentions can influence the past, and that athletes who do not physically exercise but only imagine their workouts can increase their muscle strength between 13 and 16 percent. The world's top athletes depend on mental rehearsal to help guarantee their competitive edge, and everyone can see tremendous improvements in our lives by rehearsing specific activities before actually doing them.

High points in THE INTENTION EXPERIMENT include a description of the way: atoms can become entangled and behave as one single giant atom, a heated fullerene molecule can exhibit wavelike behavior in which it interferes with itself, human bodies can act as transmitting and receiving antennas, living things demonstrate awareness of the well-being of other living things around them, biofields change when receiving and sending healing intentions, physical health improves when others send focused healing intentions, different forms of meditation produce strikingly different brain waves, brain waves can be manipulated to initiate transcendent and terrifying experiences, sun and geomagnetic activity influences telepathic and telekinetic abilities, and places and things can become harmoniously aligned with healing intent.

THE INTENTION EXPERIMENT becomes an interactive experience for readers interested in participating in an on-going series of philanthropic and scientific intentionality experiments at: [...]
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Worst Misunderstanding of Science Ever 24 juin 2010
Par Six Strings - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
As a biologist who believes in the existence of some psi effects and some intention effects, let me tell you: this book is horrible. The number of pages during which I was thinking "Oh my God, are you kidding?" were innumerable, not due to new groundbreaking ideas, but due to extreme sloppiness.

The author seems to have no science background and yet as endeavored to explain some of the most complicated aspects of quantum mechanics, parapsychological methodology and good experimental design. Are you kidding? Maybe I should write about art history and never visit a museum?

For example, she says that an experiment showed that algae can tell the past conditions of a cup of water. They can tell when it as been violently shaken beforehand, and thus they glow more as a stress response. OH MY GOD, did you have any editors? Reviewers in the sciences? It's called dissolved oxygen (DO). That's what happens when water is shaken, the DO increases, the microbes thrive, they "like" it, and the luciferase enzyme system system activates and emits photons. I have studied this and shown it to many students.

In another preposterous episode, she mentions how a lab become permanently harmonized by a mediation recorded onto a crystal device with a memory chip that "was wired "unconventionally"; temperatures fluctuate perfectly in rhythm, and the pH of water nearby goes up and down like a pendulum for months. She then tries to explain it was do to a new kind of physical reality related to superstring theory. The the punch line, as she next admits in the last page of it: no one believes the guy, no has replicated it, and even parapsychologists have a hard time accepting it. Well, then why did you mention all of it? Filler?

The writing style is disjointed, often meandering far far from the point. She, in the footnotes, often references herself, or second hand sources. For example, she mentions results from metal bending research, but does not cite the research; she cites a book that mentioned another book, which discusses the research.

All in all, this book has so many problems, that if it were a high school term paper I would give it a B- (to let her down easy). If it were a college paper, it would be a C-- in a humanities course and a flat out fail in a science course (because it mixes philosophy and science, the grades would differ). Often descriptions and explanations are basically impossible to follow in the book. You will also hear about brine shrimp being boiled alive and plants connecting to a lie detector sensing it, even though as she states "his controls were not very good, but his work was intriguing". . . Having your wallet stolen is intriguing too, I guess.

This author is making money but has not bothered with a good editor, good advisors, or with the help of scientists who understand methodology. Doesn't your time or money deserve a little better? She has framed it as an interactive book whith experiments to be posted online. Her website has very few details about the completed experiments so far. It is a weak, unprofessional effort.

Modern physicists accept that reality is very weird and science hasn't all the answers yet, but they bristle when outsiders try to muse about it. Why? Jealousy? Territoriality? Not usually. It's because of complete amateurish works like this that put science, philosophy, and journalism in a bad light. You may want to consider books by Dean Radin. He writes well, thinks well, and knows that words have precise meaning.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth reading! 8 mars 2007
Par Aaradyn - Publié sur
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Having only gone the audio book route for books of this nature in the past I wasn't sure how well I'd go with reading this even though I love reading.

Pleasantly suprised is the first accolade I can give this book! Lynne creates here a book that takes much of the mysticisim out of the Law of Attraction and gives it a real science to hold on to. After you read this you'll find yourself giving it to everyone to read - everyone should! You'll also find yourself quoting it in casual conversation - something that you can't really do with the Hicks' work or with the Secret. Lynne's research seems very complete though it does still take an incredibly open mind to wrap your head around the concepts here. However, if you have been trying to impliment intention setting in your life and want another approach, this gives you more than a helping hand - it builds you a nice sturdy stairway with a great bannister!

If you're already open to these ideas and looking for another point of view that has more of a footing in 'reality' then this is most definetly the book for you - it's incredibly well written, easy to follow and practical.
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