Focus on what you want

“A good intention clothes itself with power.”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson

Our minds are incredibly powerful. We put that
power to work for us when we consciously set an intention to be or do
something. Get into the practice of consciously setting an intention
for every activity in which you are involved.

Your intention might support efficiency – for
example, to complete a job or project by a specific time. Your
intention might support your personal growth, e.g., to undertake a task
that scares you. Or it might support more soul connection, e.g., to see
beauty in the chaos of your day.

When we make an effort to set an intention, no
matter how trivial it may appear, we are taking the time to choose what
we want for ourselves. And clearly, this is essential for our growth –
to actively, thoughtfully choose what we want for ourselves.

“By becoming a conscious choice-maker, you begin to generate actions that are evolutionary for you.”

— Deepak Chopra


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