The Problem with Intention

You want a new job, but later realize it is no better than your old one.  You ‘need’ a bigger house, but ten years later recognize it would have been better to focus more energy on relationships rather than possessions.

The problem with intention is that you and I are easily deceived. Here’s how you escape the trap of wanting the wrong thing.

To put it simply, you have to connect intention with a supercharged version of intuition.

Intention is what you want. The more you focus your intention, the more likely you are to make your dreams and goals come true.

Intuition is knowing something without understanding how you came to know it.  Every ‘eureka’ moment has its roots in intuition.

The more you feed and trust your intuition, the stronger your intention can be. This means doing your homework, gathering facts, testing your assumptions, but ultimately trusting what your intuition tells you to do with all this stuff.

Only then can you focus your intention so strongly that nothing—no way, no how—will stand in your way. That’s because you will know, deep in your bones, that you are on the right path.

 

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1 Response to The Problem with Intention

  1. Shane Tate on August 24, 2017 at 3:10 pm says:

    Powerful reading. There is absolutely room in this world for validation of intuition! It has guided my every career move. But to then harness my intention to ensure success as the next move? Never thought of how game hanging a move that’d be! Thanks!

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