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Crystallizing Consciousness with the Universal Creative Force of Intention

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Intention is a universal creative force that generates an energetic imprint that expresses from consciousness. In philosophy, intention is defined as a determination or will to create reality, or practically speaking, as a single-pointed resolve to focus both psychologically and philosophically on a specific goal. Intention involves coherence of the heart and mind, which then harmonizes with the energetic activity of the body to produce a result on the spiritual, energetic, and material levels of the universe. From a scientific perspective, intentions create new synaptic connections and neural circuits in the brain via neuroplasticity, which then emit frequencies based on electrical conductivity of action potentials. The frequency signature that is generated with intention or thought interacts with the quantum field via interconnected quantum-holographic networks of the mind and the universe, called the Quantum Crystalsphere, to magnetically gravitate matching frequencies across space-time [1]. The practice of intention entangles information at the quantum level, meaning that two particles across space-time are energetically linked or coupled, and the action of one particle instantaneously influences the other particle non-locally. Furthermore, if the intention is charged with emotion, the intention powerfully interacts with the quantum field, as the heart produces 60 times more powerful of an electromagnetic energy field compared to the brain [2].

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