All the intentions and their consequent ripple effects exist in higher dimensions. It’s not us thinking up those intentions. Instead, we align our consciousness with those higher dimensional planes of existence. As we align with the higher self, we’re able to align with those perfect designs for any version of reality that we choose to experience. There is less distortion in this higher dimensional energy trickling down into our lives. And thus, we align with our highest path.
Setting intentions is an act of coming back to the truth of who we are.
Examples of Intentions For Manifestation
The intention determines the precision and speed of manifestation. Often, obstacles when manifesting happen to help us get clarity. Whenever manifesting, it’s useful to know yourself and WHY you want that which you call into your life.
One of the best intentions for life is to live your highest potential and to explore the edges of who you are.
If living your highest potential is your deepest prayer, you’ll move on an accelerated path. Evolving fast doesn’t mean that it’s an easy journey—quite the opposite. Making quantum leaps in your growth also means that everything that isn’t aligned with your truest self will show up in your reality to be reassessed to let go or integrate. Still, living your highest potential is an example of pure intention. Because you’re letting go of the control. Conscious awareness doesn’t need to know your highest potential, but it surrenders to this deepest intention every day regardless.
Another example of setting intentions is choosing what you’d like to experience, learn or create within a specific time frame. Let’s say you set an intention for the upcoming month or year to learn to be present, be more intentional about your life, or get to know yourself. Or perhaps you intend to step into your power. Or heal something that has been present in your life for years. It’s good to feel your intention, let it sink into your heart, and decide that you surrender the next X days, weeks, or months to this intention.
Similarly, we can be setting intentions for each day. In this case, you can put your hands on your heart chakra and ask your heart what today’s intention is. And then listen. Let the answer come to you. Such an example could be grace, elegance, surrender, love. These one-word mantras emerging from the heart are powerful energetic portals that reset our energy. Once you set the intentional energy for the day, it’s time to breathe, move and create from a space of your intention throughout the rest of the day.
Intentions can be specific too. However, to narrow them down, we need to check in to see whether the intention comes from the ego or the heart and soul. When we hold our intentions at the soul level, they charge us up with inner fire. It’s this fire burning within us that propels our steps. Then we don’t need external motivation.
On the other hand, if we have to push ourselves into doing something, procrastination is a clear sign of some internal misalignment. Although reasons for this misalignment can be various, a good place to look at first is the intention. Maybe we have to push ourselves into completing a task because the thing isn’t aligned with our highest path. Or we have forgotten why we do what we do. Coming back to your intentions is a powerful technique to reset the energy in your life.