If you have a desire to be part of something bigger than yourself, you may find Lynne McTaggart’s work inspirational.
The Intention Experiment by Lynne McTaggart chronicles her work to scientifically track the effects of Intention. The sub-title is Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life And The World. Ms McTaggart is the force behind the world’s largest ‘mind-over-matter’ experiment. In this book the author talks about and demonstrates that our thoughts have their own energy and they affect the world around us.
McTaggart is not the first person to suggest that every thought has its own vibrational energy. We all have felt ‘vibes’ (good and bad) when we’ve walked into a room or met someone. That vibrational energy can impact something, change something somewhere else in the world.
What Napoleon Hill was talking about is that when we work with two or more people, we can connect with a Universal Source that is comprised of vibrational energy and our Intention will manifests in the here and now.
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I have noticed my dog is very sensitive to these "vibes" as well. I always trust my pooch's instincts when it comes to meeting people. If he does not like someone, I will put my guard up. If he takes to someone right away, I figure that person must be pretty safe.
I know what you mean. I don't have a dog now but when I used to go to a local high school track and run at night I took my dog (black Great Dane) and he'd be all over the place but when he came back and trotted beside me I was very alert to who was also out there with me.