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Leadership and the New Science, 3rd Edition by Margaret J. Wheatley

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Although we know a great deal about the way fields affect the world as we perceive it, the truth is no one really knows what a field is. The closest we can come to describing what they are is to say that they are spatial structures in the fabric of space itself.

—Michael Talbot

 

Chapter 3Space Is Not Empty:Invisible Fields That Shape Behavior

In Utah, the sky is everywhere—blue, open, insistent on attention. It soars over mountains and dives into long valleys, showing off its crystal clarity. At night, it is even more an exhibitionist. A friend, after a long flight from Hartford, sat rocking on my lawn swing far past midnight, tired, yawning, but unable to move. The stars would not let her go. For me, moving here—and living with these stars ...

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