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The Power of Collective Intention Podcast


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This month’s Add Heart Podcast is a conversation with guest Lynne McTaggart and host Deborah Rozman, Ph.D., President of HeartMath Inc.

The Add Heart Podcast theme for August will focus on Collective Intention.

                                              The Power of Collective Intention

In this episode, award-winning journalist and author, Lynne McTaggart and our host, Deborah Rozman, talk about collective intention and Lynne’s research in this area.

At this time in history, there is an amazing opportunity for groups of people to harness the power of collective intention to create sustainable change that can help humanity and our planet.

Currently, society is mired in many outdated paradigms that no longer fit today’s world. Many societal structures are falling apart, and polarization between groups and inflamed biases have become more intense.

The power of collective intention is not a new concept, yet we are reminded through examples that Lynne shares of how small groups throughout history have created significant changes that helped to improve and heal people’s lives.

Lynne shares her transformative results from bringing small groups of people with different beliefs and opposing views together to hear each other more deeply and to focus on an altruistic collective intention they all can agree on.

Based on her research and HeartMath Institute’s research on collective heart coherence, Deborah and Lynne discuss how the new paradigms needed now for humanity to learn to get along with each other could very well come from small groups empowering a collective altruistic intention.

This episode closes with a heart-focused meditation that walks listeners through HeartMath’s Shift and Lift™ Technique. This heart-based practice facilitates groups and teams in deeper listening to the hearts of each other.

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