The Bond

The Bond

Connecting Through the Space Between Us

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A BOLD NEW VISION FOR A NEW WORLD

Our way of life isn’t working anymore. People are losing their jobs, their homes, their neighborhoods—and even their hope for a just society. We urgently need a new story to live by, based on fairness—not simply on the accumulation of wealth and “survival of the fittest.”

The Bond offers a radical new blueprint for living a more harmonious, prosperous, and connected life. International bestselling author Lynne McTaggart demonstrates with hard science that we are living contrary to our true nature.

In fact, life doesn’t have to be I win, you lose; we have been designed to succeed and prosper when we work as part of a greater whole. The Bond proves that we are weak when we compete, and thrive only when we cooperate and connect deeply with each other.

In this seminal book for our age, McTaggart also offers a complete program of practical tools and exercises to help you enjoy closer relationships—across even the deepest divides—encourage a more connected workplace, rebuild a united neighborhood, and become a powerful, global agent of change.
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  • Atria Books | 
  • 352 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781439157954 | 
  • June 2012
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The Bond: Connecting Through the Space Between Us

The author of The Intention Experiment and The Field pulls it all together in this magnum opus, a popular science narrative that culminates in practical information on how to build on connectedness in all areas of our lives.

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INTRODUCTION

We sense that we have reached the end of something. Since the millennium, commentators of every variety have been trying to get a handle on the collective significance of the continuous crises besetting us in modern times: banking crises, terrorist crises, sovereign debt crises, climate change crises, energy crises, food crises, ecological crises, man-made and otherwise.

“The world as we know it is going down,” a Wall Street broker told reporters in September 2008, after Lehman Brothers collapsed and Morgan Stanley threatened to follow suit. It is the “end of capitalism as we know... see more

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