How to set meaningful Intentions
It’s really good practice to set an intention before we embark on any action. Intentions set the tone and allows us to lead an intentional life, moment by moment and deliberately create the life we want. If we don’t add this into our lives, we run the risk of living on auto-pilot and allow life to just happen to us.
However, I battled for a long time with vague intentions that carried no weight and so I looked into how to set intentions that have power and are truly meaningful.
What is the difference between a goal and an intention?
A goal requires analysis and a step-by-step plan of actions that shows us how to get from point A to point B. We may not know all the tasks at the beginning but we know how to get to the next step from which we can plan again.
With an intention, we direct the outcome by attaching an emotion to it that we want to feel once the intention is realized. Similar to a wish, we hand over the delivery to the Universe whilst focusing on keeping steadfast to the emotion we decided on.
In this video I show you how to combine the best of both worlds.
Three steps to setting meaningful intentions:Decide what it is that you want to do this day, or even in the next hour.
When we consciously choose what we want to do, chances are we will actually achieve it and achieving goals always feel good.
Make sure that what we want to achieve is measurable.
How will you know that you have achieved it?
Set a meaningful intention.
Now meaningful simply means that the intention is aligned with what’s important for you.
It’s not only about what we do but also how we feel when we are going about our work that creates the quality of our life.
Each small moment of happiness leads to a lifetime of happy moments.
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