A guest post by Karen Ellyard.
I would like to share with you some thoughts on ‘intention‘.
Intention is an invisible field of energy, and every part of us lives within that energy whilst we are connected to ourselves.
When we disconnect and work from ego, we transfer the dominant force that moves us either backward or forward from ‘intent’ to ‘outside forces’, like; possessions, achievements, reputation … and allow those things to define us and where we go.
Intention can never be accessed by ego, so when we work from ego we cannot move forward on our path as we are not using intent and our path is not clear.
We can either move with universal spirit force, or away from it, towards ego.
Intent is what we feel, connect with, and know.
Intentions move us forward and keep us connected.
We must be kind for creativity to flourish and grow. When we are unkind we block the power of intention. Unkind thoughts weaken and kind thoughts strengthen our connection.
Love is a higher faster energy than fear or hate.
Beautiful thoughts reflect a beautiful soul as when we focus on what is ugly we attract more ugliness into our life.
Abundance is an intention. The world teaches us there are no limitations when we are really connected to the life force of abundance.
Receiving is an intention. To be unreceptive is to deny yourself access to intention. Learn to say ‘yes’ and get rid of ‘but’.
We must stop looking for ways to feel hurt or angry and look and expect to find beauty, love and kindness.
When doubt is banished, abundance steps forward and anything is possible.
To manifest what we want we need to make sure our inner world is in harmony with the power of intention.
Will power is so much weaker than imagination, as it comes from ego.
Positive imagination is the movement of spirit force within us.
I do not believe we can truly know the meaning of life until we can connect to the source that created us.
I wish you love, peace and wonderful intentions.
Love & blessings
A gift consists not in what is done or given, but in the intention of the giver or doer
- Lucius Annaeus Seneca