Power of a Clear Intention

Mike —  February 22, 2012 — Leave a comment

Inspiration and Motivation

What will the power of a clear intention do for your life?

There is something so clean and pure about clear intention.  How often in your life have you been crystal clear on what you want or expect?  Are you surprised when you then get it?  Or did you totally expect to get it?

When we have clear intention, nothing else matters.  We do the things that bring the results we expect, because all other things are pushed out of the way.  Tonight I was watching “The Voice” and one of the singers was clear, he wanted Cee Lo Green to coach him.  He stepped out on stage and started singing.  He gave it his all and at the last moment only one coach turned his chair, and yep, you guessed it, it was Cee Lo.

Psalm 139 – Verse 14
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful,
I know that full well.

A lot has been written on the “law of attraction” and intention.  I am going to tell you that I struggled with the concepts quite a bit.  And then one day I had a realization, God created us this way and the only reason any of this stuff works is because of how incredibly He created us.  I suspect that He will smile when we finally realize what “fearfully and wonderfully made” really means.  I am certain that we don’t begin to understand or use the gifts God has given us to their full ability.

One thing for me is always crystal clear.  All good things come from God.  Without Him, no law of attraction, clear intention or any other principals of this life function correctly.

So, what will you get PERFECTLY CLEAR on?

What calling on your life is there that you have allowed other things to muddy up?

What is something that, when you are doing it, you are very clear that you are where you are supposed to be?

What will you do next?
Ready?  Set?  Go!  Realize the Power of a Clear Intention!

See also:  Being Focused! – Part 2



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