Book Review: The Power of Eight by Lynne McTaggart





"Science is leading us forward in our evolution in the area of spiritual consciousness, in a sense. They're leading us to a final realization, through validation, of what spiritual masters have known for centuries. That we are a lot more than we seem, that we are all part of a whole, that we have far greater extended potential than we make use of or understand." ~ Lynne McTaggart

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Lynne McTaggart spent a decade working with her global audience and scientists to see the power of intention that flows from prayer groups. Their experiment produced hundreds of documented cases of healing for crippling arthritis, cataracts, multiple sclerosis, scoliosis, depression, IBS, chronic fatigue, and much more—all being healed through people sending their loving thoughts as a group.

McTaggart reported that when people continued to meet, other parts of their lives also healed: "Relationships, finances, careers, life purposes. Human intention has even been shown to end highly polarized groups—and that's the most astonishing revelation of all: people who intend for others see their own lives transform and heal."

You will find this book recommended in our Best Books for 2020, along with McTaggart's groundbreaking book The Field. McTaggart is a first-rate journalist researching and documenting some of the most important aspects of our reality that inform positive action in both our personal lives and communities and geopolitically.

Solari Report:

Lynne McTaggart on Rethinking Intelligence
Best Books for 2020

Related Reading:

Lynne McTaggart on Wikipedia
The Power of Eight – Book