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Wow, what an amazing book. At first I was completely overwhelmed with the convoluted way of saying what needed to be said but I read on, realizing that the message needed to be explained thoroughly for it to be trusted. With scientist after scientist being referenced, including: Fritz-Albert Popp, Sai Ghosh, Ingo Swann, Helmut Schmidt, and the list goes on, the Law of Attraction was presented in several different ways.

With intention comes magic and to know that it’s been studied for many years around the world is proof enough for me that there’s evidence to back it up. Although I didn’t need scientific proof as I had my own life experience I’m glad that someone was able to put so much research together to attempt to convince the skeptic.

The Intention Experiment is not over either as Lynn McTaggart continues to ask for help to get concrete proof of the power of intention. Even if you haven’t read the book which I do highly recommend reading through it more than once, you can participate in a worldwide experiment which may finally make the Law of Attraction as believable as the law of gravity. The book didn’t focus and barely mentioned the Law of Attraction but it touched on it all the same.

Pick up your copy today and visit The Intention Experiment now to participate in the next worldwide scientific experiment.

Thanks for reading,
Sarah Butland

  One Response to “My Book Review of The Intention Experiment by Lynne McTaggart”

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