Small Steps, Strong Intentions

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What is it that you really want right now?

That thing that you think about all the time…or maybe sometimes it feels like the thing that is thinking you.

That strong desire that follows you everywhere and is always ready to hop onto your train of thought.

One of the things that I truly believe is best expressed by the phrase, “What you want, wants you, too.”

I believe that the desires that we have (often since childhood) are drawing us to them, almost as if there were a rope attached to us at one end, and our desires at the other…tugging at us, pulling at us, longing for us.

And so often we let those thoughts, those desires, just sort of simmer in the background while we go on about our business doing what “needs to be done” today.

Have you ever seen a small child tugging on her mother’s skirt?  “Mommy, Mommy, Mommy…”  All the child wants is some attention, and often our desires are like that.  Sometimes we ignore them, instead of paying attention and acknowledging them, and then taking a small action to let them know we hear them.

There are a multitude of valid excuses available for why we aren’t making our dreams a reality. We don’t have enough time, we don’t have enough money, we don’t know how, we fear we may fail…on and on the list goes.

And here is one thing that is certain…change requires action, not contemplation.

The important thing is to take a step, with intention. The step can be small. Shift something, change one small thing, take some action no matter how imperfect (in fact imperfect action is probably the big key to your success here).

Let your intention be big, take an action however small, let the Universe figure out how.

Relax, breathe, remember…what you want, wants you too.

Love & Magic,

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3 Responses to Small Steps, Strong Intentions

  1. Carolyn says:

    Just what I needed to read today. Thank you Cindie!

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