By Susan Ni Rahilly
“You have to know exactly where you are right now – what you are changing. So that’s why I ask you to start becoming aware of what is wrong and what you are going to change, in what order and when. You can’t change anything without being aware what you are changing.
You need a clear picture so you can change that picture. Then, when you can see clearly what is ahead of you, and what it is going to entail, you can start making some informed decisions about how to start. Once you have started you will take control … you’ll know what to expect, because I’ve told you. You can start thinking about how as you change, other things around you will change – and how do you feel about that?
As you change, you will be aware of what you are leaving behind and why; and how you feel about it. This means that there’s an emotional process you are going through, too”.
So, obviously this was a book about improving wellness through lifestyle changes, using intention for a more balanced self. The steps for balancing our physical being are the same steps we take for any intention to bring harmony. What are you starting with, what is your intention, how are you going to plant the seed and make it grow? What will you experience on the way, and how does your change affect other changes?
What about now? Twelve years down the road, it is clear what my intentions have brought about. My experiences have brought an amazing knowledge. The Universe is continually creating by manifesting an infinite number of possibilities at any given moment. To do this, it relies on synchronicity to bring order out of chaos.
When we create an intention, for our life, our practice, anything, we are affirming that our individual intentions are part of this great big scheme of things – we’re part of the whole, our minds are part of the universal mind. Our individual intentions are important in the amazing process of synchronicity – our change makes other change.
We are part of this great creative process with the Divine intelligence, and how intelligent exactly, is awe-inspiring. Part of our mind, in our psyche, is engaged in the spontaneous ordering, or creative process. It can take years to learn this, and experience it as our own creative process.
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