Thursday, September 29, 2011

Law Of Attraction: Aim The Powerful Intentions At Yourself

Do you know why you are doing what you are doing today? More importantly, are you doing whatever you are doing because it is what you intended to?

Intended to or your intention, what do you think they mean? According to the dictionary, the meaning of intention is an aim or plan that guides your action. Most people would relate intentions to achieving some sort of targets, objectives or goals. They are right as everyone need to have a series of intentions in order to achieve a goal. Intentions are the push that allows you to achieve whatever you want in your life.

How about powerful intention then? According to the law of attraction, your intentions will be one of the driving forces that help you to take a greater charge of your life. Without it, you will have no direction, no focus and what more, to have any enthusiasms. Being enthusiastic adds energy to your intention and your focus on whatever you want to control in your life. Powerful intention enables the forces of the Universe to be aligned with you to make even an unlikely possibility become possible.

Just as if you choose to run a full marathon. Yes, 26.2 miles or 42.2 kilometers. Are you running it because you want to or because someone else has influenced you with their own intentions or it is just so to save face. Unless it is for your very own intention to test the challenge, it will not receive the power you need to strive for quality. Simply said, it is not a powerful intention.

So why do you want to run a full marathon? In all fairness, this is a reasonable question considering there are substantial risks that goes into meeting the challenge and achieving a completion for the distance. If you are running because you want to realize your own potential with a personal best timing, then this will be the power that drives you to strive to qualify as a full-fledged marathoner. Powerful intentions develop commitment and determination. Else the road to glory will be hard, long and a slow progress. Remember, a running marathon is a running marathon and a walking marathon is a walking marathon. Do not confuse between the two and deny yourself of the actual truth.

Whatever it is that you want to do or change in your life revolves around your energized intentions. Powerful intentions give you the fortitude to face the adversity. So make your intentions personal and starting aiming them at yourself.

• Start evaluating and list down what you want to change or control in your life.
• Be serious and share your intentions with people who will lend their unwavering support in order to keep you on track.
• Take the inspired actions that demonstrate your commitment towards your intentions.
• Acknowledge that you have taken the necessary steps and you are progressing accordingly to the next.

So let’s ask the question again. Do you know why you are doing what you are doing today?


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I write and maintain a spiritual blog which I have titled “AccordingtotheBook” and I’d like to invite you to follow it.

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Cheers!

Wenny you don't know whenever I get time to drop in to your blog I found some real motivation that is most needed!
For you-"A friend is one who believes in you when you have ceased to believe in yourself." Thanks for being such a great friend.
Love you as always!

Hi Sutapa, I am so happy to read your comment. I am so glad that my blog is useful somehow.

I am happy we are friends. We have been keeping up with each for a very long time now. We'll always find something in each other's blog to cheer each other.

Friends forever my dear ... XOXO!!!

Very informative, thanks for sharing.

You're most welcomed and thanks for dropping by. I hope you'll like my future posts too.

Hi Wenny,

I'm happy to see that you also write on the law of attraction :-) Great article!! See you on twitter ;-)

Regards,
Diana MEYER