The Power of Intention

When I work with people one of the fundamental starting points is to set an intention for the outcome and purpose of the change they want to create.

The growing field of Quantum Physics and Quantum Biology is showing us that human beings are a vibrational receiver and transmitter. Our heart’s magnetic field, which is the strongest rhythmic field produced by the human body, not only envelops every cell of the body, but also extends out in all directions into the space around us. The heart’s magnetic field can be measured several feet away from the body by sensitive magnetometers. Research conducted at Heart Math Institute suggests the heart’s field is an important carrier of information.

When we are able to be mindful of our thoughts we start to become aware that there are ‘gaps’ between our thoughts. This ‘gaps’ are our connection with the power of The Universal Field, of ‘Higher Intelligence’, of ‘Grace’ or as Steve Jobs and Einstein describes a ‘Flow’ state.  With practice and soothing of the nervous system especially with the help of EFT we can access a gap and into it place an intention for change which our heart can transmit.

In order for an intention to germinate and bear fruit in our human experience we need to lined up/congruent with the intention. This means our core beliefs and vows (often unconsciously embedded in us as very young children) and our emotions all need attention and lining up along with the words of our desire. This is where our work with EFT, Matrix Re-imprinting, counselling, coaching and Heart Math practice comes in.

In the ancient vibrational language of Sanskrit an intention is called a Sankalpa Shakti. We will activate this as part of the start of our work together.

To activate a Sankalpa Shakti

Sankalpa Shakti—the power of intention, superfood for our work together.

The word Sankalpa comes from sanskrit and can be translated as:
San = “an idea formed in the heart”
kalpa = “the rule to be observed above all other rules”
Shakti = Life Force/Power/Energy

This activity is not to try to “figure out” what the call is about for you, nor is it to set a goal from your thinking mind. It’s about bringing a sense of listening, of sensitivity to the desire that brought you here.

What brought me here to this work, at this point in time?
What does my longing pull me towards?
What is my role here? What am I here to give?
What is ready to be let go of?
What makes my heart come alive?
What is important now?

In a quiet internal space stay in the questions; stay open, receptive. Listen.
Let the answers come to you from the stillness rather than your brain.

When you are ready, write down a few words,
your Sankalpa for this period of work together.
Keep them safe maybe somewhere that has special meaning for you, plant the words like seeds deep in your heart, breathe the words through your heart when you practice heart breathing every day.  These words are seeds that you will nurture as we spend this time together