What does it mean to be living intentionally?

By Matt Prindle (admin)
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My intention for this project goes much beyond inspiration. It's an inward journey of self-discovery in an effort to create and contribute to something much larger than little ole' me. So thanks for stopping by and in doing so, contributing to the growing evolution of Intention Inspired.
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Dori
Dori

My intention is to find me again. Work, caregiving, relationship struggles suck up so much of me that when I have a moment, I don’t know what to do. I want to find that person who was creative, fun, happy, and carefree.

Dawn
Dawn

My deepest intention…I believe…is to be good to me….by me…so that I can acknowledge my own self worth to me. I want to be my own hero

Jennifer
Jennifer

I want to be able to be stronger inside and out. To be positive about my own self worth and stand by my own decision making I choices in my life.

Kim
Kim

I want to be able to fulfill my tasks and stop being such a procrastinator, so I can feel capable of anything, and so the school doesn’t stress me out so much.

theresa bass
theresa bass

After reading the comments of others I find myself responding by acknowleging my Greatest need -I DESPERATELY NEED TO FORGIVE MYSELF…A Daily Life of Shame and dissapointment in oneself is not unlike suicide by proxy every day. After yrs of slamming myself against the wall, e. I have concluded I owe myself a chance to try to achieve inward peace.

Erin
Erin

My deepest intention is to be able to love all people fully, open hearted, with kindness. To not react, but to love, even in the face of their own insecurities is like being hugged by God and by the goodness of life.

Carole
Carole

My Intention for this project is to further understand.recognize, remember and honour my inner self. She has lain hidden, closed in behind the doors of surviving, raising children, losing parents and the odyssey of day to day for tooo long. I need to reconnect, to remember who I am, and what I am capable of. To know again that I am worth happiness, that I DESERVE happiness and comfort and security!

Paulette Paquette
Paulette Paquette

I’m not sure I’m ready for my “deepest intention” just yet. What I do know is that my intentions for today are to : clean the sink and toilet in the bathroom (this is important in terms of health and wellness for all!); make watermelon sorbet (sugarless – we have a resident Type II diabetic); declutter my work desk. Yep … that’s about it for today … oh, wait! As a reward for doing just those things, I will spend an hour sitting in front of my word-processor waiting for some words to flow (for the book I’m writing and want to finish – the real reason I’m here). 🙂

kari
kari

My deepest intention is to shed the weight I put on to insulate me from the world… to shorten my life…. to demonstrate my own self loathing. My deepest intention is to stop punishing and destroying myself with food.

Denise
Denise

My intention is to be my true self, to allow my creativity to take me where I am meant to go and in creating I will flourish.

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