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How to Reconstruct Intentions to Reflect What You Need Now

Joy sets goals for continuous achievement, and loves connecting with others by helping them reach their own ideals and aspirations.

What Is Your Energy Inviting?

Opposites may not always attract, but your energy patterns always determine your perceptions and what sorts of events you tend to experience.

Opposites may not always attract, but your energy patterns always determine your perceptions and what sorts of events you tend to experience.

New Life Roadmap Needed

Do you find that your ideals have changed over the years? Mine have.

We're going to discuss what to do when you are faced with the necessity of changing paths. We provide a step-by-step outline for you to follow as you create your new ideal roadmap.

It Is Okay to Feel Selfish

What is your ideal life right this instant?

Remember that in order to get to the truth, you need to learn to feel a little selfish. This means focusing on what you want, or are willing to do for you--not for others.

Others may come into the picture, or may already be walking your road with you--but you can't build your path for them. Your path is for you. So plan it for you.

This may be especially difficult if you've grown up believing that it is your responsibility to act on others' behalf. If you feel you must sustain a consistent pattern in order to make others comfortable, you must allow yourself to learn to be less accommodating.

Teaching how to do so is beyond the scope of this article. I can show you here only how to act on your own behalf when important changes need to be made.

Ready?

Building a New Road

Your previously set intentions will continue to create a certain road in front of you until you deliberately change your inner expectations.

Your previously set intentions will continue to create a certain road in front of you until you deliberately change your inner expectations.

After you reformat your expectations, your new path may not seem solid. But it's as real as the one you've been following, and you can begin traveling it immediately.

After you reformat your expectations, your new path may not seem solid. But it's as real as the one you've been following, and you can begin traveling it immediately.

Clear Your Energy Field

Learn to erase outdated intentions in your body and energy field.

There are several good techniques available, with routines that are simple and easy to do, even for busy people.

Emotion release techniques I use regularly include those taught in The Emotion Code, by Bradley Nelson, and The Healing Code, by Alexander Lloyd and Ben Johnson.

One reason it is important to have such techniques in your toolbox is because of the way our heart's electromagnetic field works. Our heart's energy field can be up to 12 feet around us, and influences ourselves and others on a constant basis. Loopity-loop energy movements in our fields keeps old patterns and thoughts available until they are deliberately cleared.

Heart Energy Field

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Clear Negative and Bad Energy From House, and Even Yourself | 417 Hz Tibetan Singing Bowl Music, by Meditative Mind

A Personal Demonstration

Before we go on to the exercises, I would like to briefly share with you a little bit of my journey, and how I came to realize the importance of deliberately changing my own path.

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I will demonstrate through this story how to use the outline I will give you, so you may jump right into the process of redefining your own life.

My Life (Before)

I live on a small homestead on the plains of Colorado. I love it here, but it's tough. The weather is harsh, will little rainfall, and poverty can be a relentless wolf, if we don't keep an equally relentless creative spirit alive within ourselves.

So when I realized I needed to make some changes . . .

Here is what I had:

  1. Despair, depression, s**c*d*l ideation, exhaustion, illness, autoimmune symptoms.
  2. Debt.
  3. Dirt in my mind and home.
  4. Drought in my region and yard.
  5. An ugly yard resulting from a lengthy moving-in process, and slipshod DIY improvements to our outbuildings, well, and 1928 house.
  6. Fighting and drama amongst family members; misery, confusion, regrets.
  7. Free range sheep, poultry, and children; homeschooling duties.
  8. Sporadic time to make a difference outside my family; feeling crushed and pushed by all kinds of demands and expectations, from both inside and outside myself.
  9. Chaos as I moved through life, putting out one fire (problem) after another.