Teaching Oneness in a World of Separation

 

Sequoia Elisabeth Carpenter

University of Phoenix

December 6, 2010

 

Table of Contents

 

Abstract

4

Chapter I: Introduction

5

       Problem Statement

5

       Purpose

5

       Description of Community

5

       Description of Work Setting

6

       Writer's Role

7

Chapter II: Study of the Problem

8

       Problem Statement

8

       Problem Documentation

8

       Literature Review

9

       Causative Analysis

11

Chapter III: Outcomes and Analysis

12

       Goals

12

       Expected Outcomes

12

       Measurement of Outcomes

12

       Analysis of Results

13

Chapter IV: Solution Strategy

14

       Problem Statement

14

       Discussion

14

       Selected Solutions/Calendar Plan

16

Chapter V: Results and Recommendations

17

     Results

17

     Discussion

19

     Recommendations and Plans for Dissemination

21

References

22

Appendix A: Oneness Survey

24

Appendix B: Chart 1, 2, 3 - Demographics

28

Appendix C: Chart 4, 5, 6 - Oneness Connection

29

Appendix D: Chart 7 - Understanding Oneness

30

 

Abstract

This action research project was designed to test a method of teaching Oneness in a separation minded world.  The separation mentality is evident in the behavior of the vast majority of the world’s population through murder, resource depletion, human rights violations and war.  A survey was conducted of two groups; one group without training in Oneness and the other with training.  The results were analyzed and it showed an increase in awareness of those trained in Oneness philosophy.  By sharing the knowledge of Oneness and embodying this Oneness in your actions the only result can be greater awareness of Oneness, its meaning and its depth.  The effect of Oneness embraced at the global level is the end of poverty, war, and crime.

 

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