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Chapter 19. Setting the Stage for Greate... > Entrainment and the Rhythm of Rappor...

Entrainment and the Rhythm of Rapport

The phenomenon of rapport, it turns out, is universal. Whenever two or more oscillators in the same field pulse at nearly the same time, they tend to lock in so that they pulse at exactly the same time. Why?

Scientists have concluded that nature seeks the most efficient energy state, and it apparently takes less energy to pulse in cooperation than in opposition.


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