The Universal Law of Intent draws our attention to aligning our mental and emotional bodies — our thoughts and our feelings — with Divine Thought, Mind, Will, Heart.
Sanat Kumara, our beloved Planetary Logos and Keeper of Universal Law, through Linda Dillon, channel for the Council of Love says, “Intention is the beginning of creation. . . and embedded within intention is inspiration and imagination. . . not simply an idea, but the actions that are congruent, the behaviours, the heart’s desires that are congruent.” (1)
When we consciously align with the Divine — daily undertakings, conduct, desires, aspirations, and creations — we find intention and sacred purpose are one and the same.
Using imagination and Divine Inspiration, consistent intention — for example, posting the list below on a whiteboard, a chalkboard, in a notebook — can be set in a few minutes at the beginning of each day:
- Intention for the day
- Intention for the week
- Intention for our conduct
- Intention for what we choose to experience and receive throughout the day
- Intention for how we seek to interact with others
- Intention for the inspiration we wish to experience
We set intent by taking those few minutes, carrying them around with us all day — each and every day — embedding them deep within us.
We hold intent.
The Universal Law of Intent is kind, generous, sharing, joyous, tender, considerate.
It is never inconsiderate, arrogant, or lacking in compassion for that would not be in alignment with the Mother and with Love.
Sanat Kumara gave us an exercise to do on a recent An Hour With An Angel:
Sacred Union, Treating Ourselves In Kind, Loving, Nurturing, Considerate Ways
Do Away With The Old In One Month!
He asked us to choose a partner — a family member, a friend, a stranger — and everyday to engage either mentally, esoterically or actually in a kind and loving exchange, a relationship that is expressive and reflective and in alignment with how we Love ourselves — and in reciprocity how we Love and wish to be treated everyday — and then to formulate the same relationship with prayer, meditation, intent with our water and with our food.
He said if we were to do these three very simple things — an individual, our water, and our food, kind, loving, nurturing and gentle for 1 month — the shift upon our planet would be unbelievable.
He did not say, “Significant” he said, “Unbelievable!” because we would be breaking the old pattern, and erecting, constructing The New — ignoring what does not serve because it does not serve — and anchoring what does serve, what fills our hearts with supreme gladness in form!
He suggested to each of us to engage with a friend, a family member or a stranger, and to watch it blossom!
Watch the old patterns smash away, and the New that is underneath to truly shine like “the brilliant pattern of the Mother and the Father that it is. ” He said he would be glad to help us!
This is a wondrous way to practice intent. I have been setting intent and doing this exercise daily for a couple of weeks now, and have noticed how balanced I feel.
A state of consistent well-being has anchored in. No matter what I am doing from household chores, to work, to running errands — everything I do — I am gladness of heart.
I am gladness in form!
Our practise is to align ourselves with Love and the sacred Universal Law of Intent. It’s to ask that everything we do, think, feel, believe, be in alignment with that sacred Law of Intent, of which our intent is part. If we keep to that practice daily, hourly, it eliminates all feelings of lack.
The Universal Laws are the Truth of God.
Aligning ourselves with Love and the Sacred Law of Intent, we align with the truth of our being which is balance.
Meditation 19:11, Sanat Kumara 34:19