A lot of people confuse “intent” with “intending” only because they have the same root. Intent, however, as someone just pointed out on a friend’s post refers to the divine impulse that moves the totality of your being in accord with higher will. Intent is never about what “I want to do”, “I plan”, or “I intend”. It is, instead, an act complete in the way in which it unifies all opposites (doing and not doing) and allows the unity of the divine to act through us. In other words, true intent is a “non-doing” of the ego and an act of the infinite.
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