WORDS FOR INTENTION SETTING - 17 second rule....
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WORDS FOR INTENTION SETTING
An Intention Is "the thing that you plan to do or achieve: an aim or purpose."
Ever hear the expression "Well, the stars were all aligned for that one"? That's what an intention does. Sometimes without one, we stray without meaning or direction.
I describe it as just driving and driving around aimlessly, without ever having a destination in mind. With an intention, the universe's forces align to make even the most difficult thing possible. Your intentions will give you greater control of your life.
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Watch your language! Did you know the word "want," really means "lack?"
So never say "I want a new job"-- but, maybe, "I choose to have a new job."
Don't use the word "should," either. It makes you sound like a victim.
"I hope," just leaves the door open for potential defeat. Better to say, "I will. WORDS
• Lather, rinse, repeat... Write down your intention, say it and repeat it over and over again. According to Abraham-Hicks, 17 seconds is all it takes to set that intention.
At the precise 17-second moment, they says, the idea comes together and a specific energy is formed. ENERGY OF 8 - 1+7