The Intention Process

That which you are reaching toward is also reaching out toward you


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The Intention Process is being used by Intenders all over the world who are bringing their lifelong dreams into reality. It is one of the simplest, most effective ways for you to put the laws of manifestation to work in your life. You only need to do three things in order to practice the Intention Process:

  1. Say your intentions outloud daily.
  2. Go to an Intenders Circle or Cybercircle once a week.
  3. State that, in order for your intentions to manifest, they must serve the Highest and Best Good of the Universe, yourself, and everyone concerned.

If you would like to know a lot more about the Intention Process, you can order a copy of The Intender's Handbook: A Guide to the Intention Process and the Conscious Community. It costs $4 and is full of valuable information and real-life stories that will help you make all of your dreams come true.

The following are some excerpts from The Intenders Handbook that we'd like to share with you.

"The Intention Process" is just about as easy as it can be. All you have to do is say "I intend" and then follow it up with whatever it is that you desire. It could be anything! You could intend to have a new coat for yourself or you could intend for world peace. Since there are no limits on what you can think about, there are no limits on what you can intend.

For me, I get up every morning and I intend that I am joyful and happy. I intend fun and laughter. I intend that I'm in perfect health - rejuvenated, aligned, balanced, and feeling physically great all of the time. I intend that I am always guided, guarded, and protected. These are a few of the general intentions that I start with everyday, and then I look around at my life and see what I am needing. If the old wheelbarrow just broke, I'd intend that a new one come to me. If the computer decided to go on the fritz, I'd intend that it gets fixed. I don't leave anything out because there's no reason to hold back!

I like to make a few intentions each day about my personal traits. Sometimes I intend that I am a more compassionate person; or I intend that I'm more kind or more gentle. And I sometimes, especially when there are a lot of dramas going on all around me, I intend that I see everyone in their highest light and every event from its highest point of view. That way, I'm able to observe all of the sorrow and suffering in the world and still remain uplifted. I intend that I remember that it doesn't do anybody any good to drop down into someone else's challenges and become troubled or sad along with them. It's much better to set an example by staying happy and cheerful.

After intending for things like this for awhile, I take a closer look at the world at large and make a few intentions for it too. For example, I intend that men, women, and children everywhere experience grace. And I intend that peace and harmony blossom all across the land. And I intend that this Earth is living in its highest light, and that, within our environment, the air we breathe is clean and crisp; the water everywhere is crystal clear and delicious; the soil is abundant with lush growth and beautiful fruit is dripping from the trees; the animals are loved; and people all over the world are happy and smiling because they're receiving everything that they need!

And, last but not least, I intend that all of my thoughts, words, and deeds serve the highest and best good of the Universe, myself, and everyone everywhere.

"So be it and so it is! - Tony Burroughs"

More Intentions . . .

"It Happened at an Intenders Circle"

"When I arrived at my first Intenders Circle, I was homeless. I'd been trying to find a way to scrape up enough money to rent a small place, but things just weren't working out for me. I was getting desperate!

"My friends who took me to the Intenders Circle told me not to hold back. That said that, at an Intenders Circle, "the sky's the limit," and that I should ask for my heart's desire. I made an intention to find a place of my own where I would be very, very happy - and I asked that it come to me freely and easily.

"It wasn't two days later and a lady who had been at the meeting called me and said she was going abroad for at least three years. She'd thought about selling her house, but it was such a lovely custom home, right down by the beach, that she couldn't bring herself to part with it. Maybe she'd be back someday, but, in the meantime, would I be interested in caretaking it for free!" - Karen Reid"

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