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The Law of Attraction: Science vs. Deception

Memes and themes come and go.

I remember that in my teens, essential oils were very popular within the alternative health field. They then disappeared from public consciousness but made a reappearance a few years ago, backed by even more solid science.

The Law of Attraction gained widespread attention in 2006 with the movie The Secret, which was based on Napoleon Hill's book Think and Grow Rich. Many variations of this Law of Attraction (LoA) were offered following the movie. Then, it went silent for a few years.

It is now making a comeback, judging by the emails and newsletters I receive and what I see on social media.

Part 1

Tesla said, "If you want to understand the universe, think about energy, frequency and vibration.

What does that mean?

Watch a series of videos demonstrating this concept.

Part 2

There is both science AND deception when it comes to the "Law of Attraction."

It's important to be aware of this, so we don't get tricked losing money, health and more...

Part 3

Part 3 covers the science behind the Law of Attraction and how Intentions can actually change outcomes.

Part 4

Everything is energy vibrating at different frequencies, including food. Here, you will hear the sounds of chemistry.

Over the years, since I completed my thesis on The Power of the Mind in Healing (1996), which is somewhat akin to the Law of Attraction (LoA), I’ve had the opportunity to observe both perspectives: the scientific one, with lab-controlled experiments, and the woo-woo New Age one, which has often led many people to shame and despair.

That’s why I prepared this mini-course—to help you form an educated opinion on the Law of Attraction.

What Will It Be? Science or Deception?

Let me form my opinion.

Give me access to this course

Danielle J. Duperret, ND/PhD