Thesis Committee: ________________ Thesis Supervisor _______________ Member ________________ Member TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter I 1 Introduction 1 Statement of the Problem 1 Summary of Chapter I 3 Chapter II 3 The NOW Moment 5 Foundation Concept 1: Joy 6 Foundation Concept 2: Focused Intention 7 Foundation Concept 3: Release 10 Foundation Concept 4: Acceptance 12 The Role of Emotions in the LOA 14 The LOA and Money 16 The LOA and Health 18 The Role of Consciousness in Health and Healing 19 Visualization and Meditation and the LOA 20 Criticism of the LOA 21 Summary of Chapter II 22 Chapter IV Results 22 Chapter V Discussion 25 Chapter VI Conclusion 26 References 28 Consciousness and Intent: The Key to Good Health and Anything You Want Chapter I Introduction and Statement of the Problem We live in a transient Universe. It is malleable and attracts many things to us whether we want them to be attracted or not. Whether we set an intention for something we want or something we do not want, the universe responds to it. Whether we set a conscious intention or unconscious intention, it still works the same way. This is the preliminary process of the Law of Attraction (LOA) that many people use successfully and others struggle to use it well. The challenge is that this concept is one that is difficult because it requires careful thought and a change in the way that we perceive the world. The entire world works in this way according to a variety of sources and it is something that we cannot totally explain by scientific methods, but there is a bit of science within it. Those who use it well try to explain it to others through books, DVDS, movies and more but for some reason only some people actually understand how to use this concept effectively. Statement of the Problem The Law of Attraction (“The LOA”) is a concept that many people attempt to understand but that seems to elude them. One of the difficulties that people have is that the topic is somewhat obscure and not something easy to explain. Also, to use the concept well, an individual must have a paradigm shift in their consciousness that allows them to accept that what they learn from this concept works. The challenge for most people is that they have grown up in a world where money and hard work was the paradigm. This meant that the only way to live the American Dream was through hard work and having a job. Many people held a job and then retired after several years in that job; others switched jobs several times attempting to find just the right fit. This way of thinking sets people up for a life of struggle and lack. It does not provide them with an opportunity to experience the joy in life nor the excitement of having their needs meet on a continuous basis. This paradigm has created fear, anxiety, worry and sometimes hopelessness. In the past several years, the LOA has been brought into the public eye because of several books, DVDs and movies. These books and movies have raised millions of dollars and over a million books collectively have been sold. The question is, Why? Why have these books, DVDs and movies become so popular? The simple answer is because people are looking for a way to make their lives easier. Unfortunately, many people become more discouraged with the LOA because they either try to analyze the process or they cannot believe that this concept is as simple as the information makes it. Those who become discouraged sometimes try to do what the books and other materials say to do, but it does not
CONSCIOUSNESS AND INTENT: THE KEY TO GOOD HEALTH AND ANYTHING YOU WANT By Name of Student A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Metaphysical Science in the Department of Graduate Studies of the University of Metaphysics…
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