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Group Practices: Shared Intention

Shared intent, “common goal,” and “group purpose” were some of the terms used for what participants in the research study said was an important reason their groups shifted into collective resonance. Sometimes it was a common task that the group either chose or was given to accomplish; sometimes it was a shared desire rather than a task per se.

In some cases the collective intent existed at the outset of the group’s time together, or even prior to their gathering, whereas in others it emerged during the process. In about half of the Group Magic interviews reporting shared intent as a factor, it was evident to all during or even before the group experienced collective resonance. In these cases, resonance seemed to be felt early on, very near the beginning of the group process, suggesting the importance of group practices for shared intent.

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