Author, Researcher & Lecturer
Lynne McTaggart of Wimbledon, England, is an award-winning journalist and author of the international bestsellers Living The Field and The Intention Experiment, a series of scientifically controlled, web-based experiments testing the power of intention to change the physical world. McTaggart is an authority on the science of spirituality and gives conferences and workshops on spirituality and health, including the Intention Workshops, which she says teach "the real truth of intention and how to harness its enormous power to heal your life — and to heal the world." She and husband/publisher Bryan Hubbard, also a journalist, are directors of What Doctors Don't Tell You Ltd, which publishes the internationally acclaimed What Doctors Don't Tell You newsletter, that gives scientific critiques of mainstream medicine and reviews health problems, providing what they call "safer, proven ways of treating them".
Lynne McTaggart is consistently voted one of the world’s top 100 spiritual leaders for her ground-breaking work with consciousness and the power of intention, and she’s chiefly known for the quality of her writing and in-depth research.
Lynne is also a dynamic speaker, who regularly gets standing ovations from her worldwide audiences for her inspiring speaking style. She has spoken and held workshops before diverse audiences in most continents around the world from Kuwait to Kuala Lumpur, and everywhere in between.
She’s also architect of the Intention Experiment, a global ‘laboratory’ involving thousands of readers around the world testing the power of group thoughts to heal the world. Lynne, her book and the web-based experiment were prominently featured in Dan Brown’s book The Lost Symbol, and Brown even created a character partly based on her.
As co-founder and editor of the world’s No 1 health magazine, What Doctors Don’t Tell You, now published in 14 countries worldwide, Lynne is a tireless campaigner for consumer rights in health care. Most recently, she has discovered the Power of Eight, phenomenon – the fact that intention magnifies and rebounds in a small group, which is presently being studied by a major university.