Integrity in Intention
The Answer Is ‘Yes’ to Whatever You Are Thinking
By Guy F. Riekeman on behalf of Life University
One of the lessons at the center of a vitalistic lifestyle is that we create our experiences in life and are responsible for the consequences. We call it INTENTION, and we can alter our and other people’s experience by conscious intention. I will always be thankful to my friends Ross and Bec McDonald for the intentional pairing one evening at a dinner in Edinburgh, when they sat me next to one of my heroes, Lynne McTaggart.
Lynne is a journalist who organizes intentions in small groups of people and then measures what happens in the rings of people around the group and into the world. She also publishes a newsletter to over 100,000 subscribers on the misguided information our healthcare system promotes. Lynne’s blog post, “What Doctors Didn’t Tell Angelina Jolie,” on the disinformation being perpetuated by Jolie’s prophylactic mastectomies in a tragically ill-conceived attempt to avoid cancer, is something every woman should read.
At Life U, Lynne is guiding us in an Intention Experiment using quantified electroencephalography (qEEG) to investigate the effect of sending healing thoughts. The two, targeted participants showed clinically significant changes consistent with shifts in consciousness. The results will be a part of Lynne’s soon-to-be-released new book.
Each of us is connected to the world; therefore, we can change the world with our intentions, thoughts and behavior. As a result, we are obligated to live with INTEGRITY and accept responsibility for our intentions. A previous LIFETalks speaker, Lynne McTaggart, empowers us to integrate intention within a vitalistic lifestyle, making us stronger representations of what we want to see in the world. View this year’s LIFE Talks speakers, as well as over 100 other speaker videos, at Videos.LIFETalks.org.