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Intention refers to what one plans to do or accomplish


Intention refers to what one wants to do or achieve. The intention simply means a course of action: I plan to take a vacation next month. So, you can say that your trend is shaped by a successful mindset.

Schedule it in your life


Let's get to the day when you wake up in the morning and have no intention of doing it. What would happen? Absolutely nothing; He would probably stay in bed until he had something to eat or went to the bathroom. This means that certain external conditions, perhaps biological processes that are ultimately physical goals, set it in motion. Unintentionally, you would never achieve anything, not even a single task.



You may be unaware of your intentions when you find yourself automatically standing up because you "want" or "have to" go to work. Therefore, some of your intentions unfold without your realizing it.

In this case, however, we are discussing intentional intent. You get up and think about what you want to achieve now.

You consider your life goals and intend to achieve them. Advancing your intentions is a really active process that gives direction to your life. By adjusting and realigning your intentions, you will achieve your goals and make your dreams come true.

Is organizing a goal the same as an intention?

They are similar but not the same. You can organize as many destinations as you want. However, if you don't want to achieve these, they will never be achieved. An intention is far more powerful than just setting a goal in life. You can achieve any goal with intent. A goal is a topic; it's something that happens in the future.

An intention includes this and adds a driving force to it. This driving force is forever in the present and will determine the consequence of your actions.


How to achieve powerful intentions.


We use the intention to shift our attention in a new direction in order to bring out a new or different truth. For example, you may want to change professions. Most people start out with the intention of having a better job because the old one is no longer satisfactory. But maybe problems are brewing here. . .

 When you switch from something you don't like to something you prefer, you may be denying your current situation. In order to have fruitful intentions, it is important to address the current state of the situation and think about it analytically.

Again, the key is to take full responsibility and understand that you are the only person in charge of the current conditions. Remove all reviews from your current site until you can view them from a neutral position.

There was a time in your life when it was the absolute choice. Do not compare the here and now with your past, for since then you have had new experiences and gained a more successful perspective than this additional experience in this area offers you. It's a fundamental mistake; It's like a crack in the brain. You switch from one timeline to the next and then take both. This leads to wrong conclusions.

Leave the past behind, don't reinvent it! Creative thinking is never an answer from the past. it is always a creative act in the present. Visualizing your current location without judgment will allow you to visualize and analyze your life story. You can only make a powerful new decision from a neutral point of view. This new decision is based on calculated intention rather than a reaction to circumstances. This is where choice and discretion come into play. From the point of view of neutrality, you can ask yourself the following questions:


 What do I like about my current job?

 What would I like to improve in my next job?

 What would the total employment be for me?

 How do I want to feel about my next job?  What am I good at?  In which regions does this job support me in order to live fully?
Possibility?

Write down the answers to these questions and start writing some complete sentences based on your answers. Add any positive details. Make these sentences as specific as possible.

An illustrative statement could go something like this: “My next job is energizing; it flows with me, makes me happy and I can learn and grow. When you're done, read it out loud.


If you are having trouble pronouncing or even memorizing the sentence, it is not done yet. Take a few minutes and refine it. The intentions are formed in your conscious lie; However, it is your subconscious that receives these commands and creates the essential opportunities in your life.

In other words, your consciousness is choosing this new opportunity and creating a new reality.


 Use cheap solo words

 Enter a point

 Get rid of rejections

 Be Specific Here is a simple test.



Don't look at a blue elephant! What happened? You thought of the blue elephant, you could even have imagined it. The subconscious doesn't work analytically. Can't understand words like "no" or "no". It mainly acts on sights, sounds and smells. You want to avoid using negative words in your intentions.

Forever develop your intentions to reflect the outcome of what you are trying to produce.


Illustration of how not to do it:
I don't want to have so many tasks.
The most useful illustration:
In my new job I feel comfortable with my responsibility.

There is a difference between producing in your own universe and producing in the physical world. When you produce in yourself, time remains untouched: your consciousness is timeless! For example, if you want to change your attitude towards your boss, you don't need to set a deadline. You can simply make an intention: "I like my boss" or "I value my boss' opinions and impressions." It will work instantly when there is no other idea or intention in the way.

 When approaching the physical world, setting a deadline is vital. The physical world works in time and space. When building a new house, you first have a plan, then move the flooring, assemble the wood, install the plumbing, and move the furniture around until the house is finished.


 It takes time and work. So if you hit your intent but miss the deadline, your intent will be called into question. For example: "I work in my dream job." Well, you would probably immediately say, "I'm not!" It sounds more like a statement than an intention. Add the time period and this illustration changes to, "I'll be working on my dream job in 6 months." Pay attention to your answers as you forge your intention. Your mind might jump in and say, "No way, I'll never get it" or "It's inconceivable". When you make these split-second judgments, you're skewing your intentions differently, making them feel more achievable. With this option, you may want to break a large intention into smaller pieces. For example, "I'll be a millionaire in 2 weeks" is an intent that may not work for most people. But an intent like "I have more income every day" might get you there sooner than you think.
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