About 25 years ago I started running into the word intention as a key component to manifestation. But what does intention actually mean and how is it different than desire? Recently I came up with a formula to describe it: Intention = Desire paired with Focus Desire is passive. It is more of a state… Continue reading Intention
We create from three basic places: need, desire, and appreciation. Need is certainly a motivator. I remember visiting Austin 12 years ago this month. I had sold my house in San Diego and it was about to close. Boy was I motivated that one weekend when I really needed to find a place. Creating from… Continue reading Craving Something New?
A belief is a thought you keep thinking. A disbelief is a thought you keep thinking that is contrary to another thought. Limiting beliefs are somewhere in between. You think something is possible, you simply believe it is difficult or requires something specific in order to occur. Here and now, each of us has desires… Continue reading Bad Math
Today marks the middle of December and one week before the Solstice. How is your receiving? Are you letting it in? Are you feeling it? This time of year is known as the time of giving. It is also the time of receiving. So how is your receiving? Do you feel worthy? Are you feeling… Continue reading How is your Receiving?
Seek: To go in search of; to look for something that is missing; to try and find, discover, or obtain something. Cultivate: To promote or foster the growth or development of; to develop or improve; to enrich a situation by giving special attention to it. If we equate seeking to a journey, it starts with… Continue reading Turn Seeking into Cultivating
Yesterday, I tapped into a perspective...a different way of looking at things...at life...at the way things work. The intention of this perspective is to help us improve our ability to deliberately create what we desire. Imagine, if you will, that I escort you into the passenger seat of a convertible coupe. The roof and windows… Continue reading Speed and Direction