Friday, 24 August 2018
Review by Sandra Pollock of "The Intention Experiment" by Lynne McTaggart
In The Intention Experiment: Use Your thoughts To Change Your Life and the World, author Lynne McTaggart takes the reader through years of numerous tests and experiments that explore the power of the untouchable part of life, nature and human beings.
If you’re a mind science buff you will enjoy this book. It is surprising the number of respected scientists from a range of backgrounds and fields, who have compiled strong evidence that proves the existence of what some might call the miraculous. The Intention Experiment provides the foundation to ‘The Secret’ and all we have heard in recent years about the law of attraction. McTaggart, through her research and findings, demonstrates why these two ideas are more than just wishful thinking or the result of an active imagination.
This book shows how anyone, with a mind to do so, can learn how to use their creative power of intention to produce changes in their life. The book claims that there is scientific proof that intention works. Our intention works with the minute building structures of life – the atoms, protons and such, to create, or message, and even to heal, in the past or the future. The Intention Experiment is not only informative, but inspiring and motivational in its mix of spirituality and science, consciousness and the scientific, providing proof of the power of the non-physical in a tangible way. The Intention Experiment is a mind opener that is so well written it is hard to put down.
McTaggart makes the technical accessible and even humorous at times. What I like is that McTaggart maintains her scepticism, only allowing herself to accept a possibility when it has been scientifically proven numerous times. This element makes her explorations and findings highly credible. The book ends by offering the reader a step-by-step guide to try out the intention experience herself.
About the reviewer
Sandra Pollock loves fiction, fantasy and poetry, and is taking an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Leicester.
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