Posted on February 1st, 2010
“The power of intention is the power to manifest, to create, to live a life of unlimited abundance, and to attract into your life the right people at the right moments.” ~ Wayne Dyer
When you set an intention through thoughts, words or vision, the power of intention creates a momentum that carries you forward to your desires. Simply stating, “I intend to do, be or experience” something is akin to making a commitment; a promise to yourself and the Universe. If it’s made with the intent being for the highest good of everyone involved, divine sources come into assist.
As Goethe said, “All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred…unforeseen incidents, meetings, and material assistance, which no man could have dreamed would have come his way.”
Intention is filled with certainty, enthusiasm and courage. Intending to achieve something is claiming it as yours. It is then created on an energy level and it is just a matter of time before it manifests into material form. The power of intention can be used to focus on anything in your life - not just external goals and dreams, but internal states of being, shifts in perception, and emotional, mental and physical healing. Intending to experience a state of being such as ease, joy or freedom can manifest very quickly as you are the creator of your own experience. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted on December 1st, 2009
“Give love and unconditional acceptance to those you encounter, and notice what happens.” Wayne Dyer
Breathing into what is, letting each moment be as it is; this is acceptance. We have a choice in each moment to accept or resist what is happening. In acceptance we acknowledge the truth instead of resisting reality. We may not like what we see or what we’re experiencing, but we accept that it’s real. This softens our heart and allows us to be in the flow of life rather than struggling against it.
There are things we want to deny - loss, death, hardship. And things we may wish to avoid - difficult people, uncomfortable feelings, traffic jams. But in doing so we shut a part of ourselves off and this feels worse than the thing we are avoiding. Resistance, denial and struggle are anti-life and prevent us from moving forward into a new experience. Acceptance is like the breeze - it keeps on moving and before you know it, the difficult person or situation is gone or has been transformed into something new. Read the rest of this entry »