The Field – by Lynne McTaggert

The tag line “The Quest for The Secret Force of the Universe” says it all.

Some have called it the Causal plane, the Monadic plane, Adi, or Buddhic Plane,  but Lynne discusses it as The Field, from the quantum physicists Zero Point Field.

Read it with a sense of journey and wonderful possibilities.  Written for the logical part of the brain, it’s a great little path on your own adventures of thought.

The Field, 4lawofattractionLynne discusses topics such as The Zero Point Field, Coherence, Psychokinesis, and the connections between Consciousness and Healing, and Intention.  The Field connects research from such scientists as James Clerk Maxwell,  Fritz-Albert Popp, Michael Faraday, Jacques Benveniste, Max Planck, Karl Pribram, David Bohm, Russel Targ, Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, and Rupert Sheldrake.

Here’s a few thoughts from The Field that really poked at the hot coals in my own brain.

  • By tapping into the Field, Consciousness has been shown to affect plant growth, bacteria growth, rodent behavior, cats and dogs, enzyme activity, crime rates and even Healing in strangers.
  • How this Zero Point Energy Field could explain why “when closely packed together, atoms and molecules exhibit a collective behavior, forming what scientists have termed ‘coherent domains’.”  This collective behavior can also be seen in crowd mentalities, or the beauty of schools of fish or flocks of birds as they instantly all change direction as one entity.
  • Seeds, or the water used for those plants, when held (or thought about) by depressed people repeatedly showed suppressed growth.  Contrary,  holding or thinking of the seeds or water in a positive manner – showed a statistical  difference in growth.
  • Molecules can respond to the Vibration of another molecule in the same way AS IF it had actually touched the original molecule.  Yes, biological chain reactions were initiated when just the sound Frequency was relayed.  This  explains how on average, some 100,000 chemical reactions per second in each cell in your body, could happen, rather than “blindly bumping into each other” like little solid billiard balls.)

The Field can help orchestrate some New Momentum in our thinking, which is what life is all about, right?

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