How to Focus with Intent to Create the Life of your Dreams
Focus with intent: Have you ever taken the time to reflect on the past 12 months and what you have achieved? Whether it is a new year or a new start you desire, the gift of life is that there is always an opportunity to change. By focusing with intent, and maintaining that focus, it’s possible to create the life of your dreams.
In this blog, we explore what ‘Intentional thinking’ really means, and why wishing or hoping is not enough. We look at how to focus with intent to improve your everyday life and achieve all you desire.
Why hoping, or creating a wish list is not enough
When you reflect on your past, you may have achieved most of what you set out to achieve.
How Setting Intentions creates a Fulfilling Life
Setting Intentions to create a more fulfilling life is much more positive and powerful than wishful thinking.By setting intentions, you create a powerful energetic thread that just simply grows stronger and stronger the more you apply the intention with loving intent.
Intentional thinking is more powerful than wishful thinking
Thinking and focusing with intention is more powerful that wishing that a situation might alter for the better.
Wishing is leaving it to chance where the outcome is not driven by your positive intention. Wishing is not making use of our powerful mind to actually bring into reality all that we desire.
When we set intentions to create loving positive outcomes, results transpire more readily and easily.
Setting intentions and applying our self with intent builds a strong foundation within our self.
We more lovingly identify with our self.
In this process we are saying to the universe that we are important; and that we are deserving and worthy of the attention of the universe to gift to us what we are asking.
When we apply intent we are by default focusing our attention on our self and telling our self that we matter.
We end up developing a more close and trusting relationship with our self.
And that has got to be good for everyone in our life and for our world at large.
The more we come to know our true self, the more we realise our truth as well as our capacity to be unconditionally loving and helpful to others. We are also learning to trust and ultimately surrender to Source; knowing that we are provided for.
As we are, and as we become more focused, more “intending”, we enable the universe to answer our desires. No longer attached to ‘what if’s” or having doubt, we create a space in which the universe is more able to respond.
Our thoughts are no longer scattered and therefore we are not in ‘two minds’, where the universe has no real idea of what it is that we want.
Stop and think about what you truly want
To change your life and get back in control (no, not controlling), set the intent for what you want for your life.
Lose the confusion.
Walk away from distraction.
Bring back the focus on you.
Learn to trust in your self and hence Source, and become peaceful and content in the knowing of who you are.
Every moment of everyday we are self-creating.
From our actions, driven by our thoughts, we are literally rolling out our life in front of our selves.
We can either roll out the ‘thick red carpet’, which is easy and fun to walk on and which is also both comforting and supportive.
Or we can walk on a carpet that is threadbare, and hard, uncompromising and not conducive to long, pleasant meanderings.
So if your life is not working,
Think about it.
Think about what you really, truly want.
Write it down.
Present it to the Universal Source.
Focus on it with intent.
Then let it come to you.
Hold out your arms.
Grow your dreams and wishes into positive, tangible outcomes.
What it means to Apply Intentions
Applying intentions means:
- positive outcomes;
- being in the driver’s seat;
- focus and motivation;
- self awareness:
- relationship with self
When we come from the true self, we come with love without condition.
Are you ready to be master of your destiny?
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