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Module 1 history of loa
Module 1 history of loa
Module 1 history of loa
Module 1 history of loa
Module 1 history of loa
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A brief history of the Law of Attraction - all content has been researched

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  • 1. History of the Law of AttractionIt’s not a new fad!Date
  • 2. Its origins are possibly as old asrecorded history✤ 2000 BC in the Indus Valley the Tirthankars - led to Jainism and the thoughts that every soul is a dormant source of infinite energies✤ Egyptian and pyramid texts from 2400 BC tell us “there are no limits to where the spirit can go.”✤ Coptic and Gnostic texts from the Essenes and Nag Hammadi appear to support many of the ideas behind Law of Attraction✤ The Gospel of Thomas in particular contains supportive quotes about it’s what you do on the inside that influences the outside world
  • 3. ✤“All that we are is the result ofwhat we have thought. The Mindis everything. What we think webecome.” - Buddha
  • 4. ✤ “Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” Buddha
  • 5. The New Thought Movement 1904-1910✦ Thomas Troward (1847 - 1916) - a teacher of Mental Science✦ William Walker Atkinson (1862-1932) - “Thought Vibration or the Law of Attraction in a Thought World” (1906)✦ James Allen (1864 - 1912) - “As a Man Thinketh”✦ Wallace D Wattles (1860-1911) - “The Science of Getting Rich”✦ Charles F Haanel (1866 - 1943) - “The Master Key System” (1912)✦ Ernest Holmes - “Basic Ideas of Science of Mind” (1926)✦ Napoleon Hill (1883 - 1970) - “Think and Grow Rich” (1937)
  • 6. “There is a thinking stufffrom which all things aremade, and which in itsoriginal state permeates,penetrates, and fills theinterspaces of theuniverse.”
  • 7. “The Master Key is here given to the world as ameans of tapping into the great cosmicintelligence and attracting that whichcorresponds to the ambitions and aspirations ofeach reader”
  • 8. "Your time is limited, so dont waste it living someone elses life. Dont be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other peoples thinking. Dont let the noise of others opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow alreadyknow what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary."“A lot of companies have chosen todownsize, and maybe that was the rightthing for them. We chose a different path.Our belief was that is we kept putting greatproducts in front of customers, they wouldcontinue to open their wallets”
  • 9. Summary of LOA in history✤ The concept is not new, and may date back literally thousands of years✤ Mankind gradually shifted to being very left brain dominated - especially with the advent of the Scientific Method approximately 300 years✤ The focus on it was re-established in the late 19th Century✤ Much of what was thought and written was later supported by developments in Quantum Physics/Mechanics✤ LOA has been relaunched in a monumental way by the movie “The Secret”

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