Intentions. Who uses them? Successful people use them to propel them toward their goals. They focus on the intentions and attract the mechanisms needed to them.
So what are intentions exactly? The dictionary defines them as:
The dictionary defines intentions as:
In this week’s webinar, Mark talked about the backward thinking of most people. Most people chose their intentions based on the mechanisms available to them at that moment. This is why so many people don’t find the success they are looking for. They are limiting the possibilities by only pursuing those things they know are safe, certain, not risky. Many think they are less capable than what they really are, so they settle. As we are learning in the MKE, we want to focus on the intentions, believing that the mechanisms necessary will be attracted to us.
Whatsoever things ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them.
In the last 11 weeks we have learned about the power we have within ourselves, now we need to learn to harness that power and to get it to work for us. Haanel states in the introduction to Master Key 12
Now we need to be courageous and have faith in our intentions so they come to fruition.
I have some experience with this working in my life. Last spring I focused on one of my goals in my DMP, publishing a cookbook. I put faith in my power and connection with the Universal and let my subconscious be open to what would follow.
Master Key 12:5- Thought is omnipotent and has the power to draw on the Infinite bank of primary substance for all that it requires. Infinite resources are therefore at your command.
I didn’t focus on how much I didn’t know about the publishing process, or how much money I might make. My focus was on the fact that I could do this and I will be able to help so many people who need this cookbook.I was focused on helping as many as I could. I had no idea how it would all happen, I just believed completely that it would happen.
My subconscious rewarded me with producing the mechanisms as they became necessary. Some came as thoughts, during my sits, of what I needed to do next. Others were introductions to people who were experts in areas I was not.
Did I have doubts? YES! Many times, but I pushed them out using the Law of substitution.
Was I scared? YES! There were so many things I didn’t know and what if I failed? I pushed these out as well and focused harder on the goal.
I took the what the Master Keys are teaching me and applied it to my dream. Now I am coming to the end of the process. My book is in the final stages of editing and will go to the printers very soon. If I can do it, so can you.