Lynne McTaggart –

Lynne McTaggart is an investigative journalist and author, and a sought-after public speaker whose talks and workshops have transformed the lives of the thousands around the world who have heard her. In her autobiography, McTaggart reports that she had an illness and identified “a toxic yeast” as the cause. Then, in conjunction with a homeopathic doctor, she developed a special diet that she says cured it. As a result, her husband, Bryan Hubbard, suggested that McTaggart write a newsletter on the risks of some medical practices and he devised the title: “What Doctors Don’t Tell You”. In 1996, McTaggart published a book using the same name. She also published a “What Doctors Don’t Tell You” handbook on the potential dangers of child vaccinations in 1992 and a cancer handbook, which was updated in 2000. She and her husband run a company, Conatus, which publishes newsletters and magazines related to health and spirituality including, What Doctors Don’t Tell You, PROOF!, and Living the Field.

McTaggart says about the relationship of the medical industry and the public: “the roles are the reverse of what many people think: we debate with fact against an establishment which argues with emotion.”

In her book, The Field, McTaggart discusses scientific discoveries that she says support the theory that the universe is unified by an interactive field. The book has been translated into fourteen languages.

In her book, The Intention Experiment, she discusses research in the field of human consciousness which she says supports the theory that “the universe is connected by a vast quantum energy field” and can be influenced by thought. This book has been translated into eighteen languages.

The Colorado Daily reports that McTaggart has organized several “mind-over-matter experiments” including an effort to improve the quality of the water in Lake Biwa, Japan. These “experiments” involve having people focus their thoughts to create a physical change. The Daily writes that McTaggart says she has scientific evidence that the method works.

McTaggart has a personal development program called “Living The Field”, which is based on an interpretation of the zero point field as applied to quantum mechanics.

McTaggart appears in the extended version of the movie What the Bleep Do We Know!?, as well as the movie, The Living Matrix – The Science of Healing. She was born in the USA and now lives in London, UK, with her publisher husband, Bryan, and their two children, and pet dog Ollie.

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