Holding the intention
There was a woman some years back who was dying to get to one of our fire walks. And she came with a very specific intention, something problematic in her life that she wanted to resolve.
Only problem was she arrived a day late and missed the whole event.
So after expressing a bit of frustration she got over her disappointment, got back in the car and drove home. Only to realise half way home a shift in her thinking so radical, she resolved her own problem.
You might wonder how this happened?
Well it’s all about intention.
Because intention creates opportunity.
Most people don’t realise that whenever you get a breakthrough, someone has just triggered your own inner wisdom. And that’s why you can learn something anywhere, anytime. And anyone or anything can be your teacher. Because when you set out to learn something, somehow or other you will. They don’t teach you that in school, do they!
The point is, you’ve just got to demand from life that it will deliver what you want.
But the flipside is that means you’ve got to know what you want.
You’ve got to spend time getting clear.
So a programme you attend will deliver whatever you intend for it to deliver. That’s why it’s so important to be clear on what you want. And why we ask people to prepare for our programmes by setting their intention. Just as I do. That you will get what you came for. Because just like the rest of life, if you’re vague, you could get anything.
Set your intention.
Do what you need to do.
Then let go.
What do you want out of life?