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What is your Divine Intention?

What is your Divine Intention?


Recently, after sharing insights on physical and psychological intentions in a previous post, I had an enlightening conversation with one of my spiritual mentors.  They introduced a beautiful concept of Divine Intention,   which goes beyond the mundane to something more natural and profoundly inherent within us.   I hope you find that this wisdom helps you bridge the gap between intention and inspiration like it did for me.

The Essence of Divine Intention

Divine Intention isn’t something we create – it’s something we uncover within ourselves.  What I described in the previous post as Intention is mostly physical or psychological intention.   He shared that our Intention is our God particle. He describes it as our “God particle,” the essence that defines our truest selves, untouched by external expectations— from family, friends, or society.

Being True to Yourself

My personal quest is to embrace my true self, the ‘me’ that resonates with my deepest desires and aspirations, free from the influences of others. Divine Intention means living fully in each moment, expressing our highest potential without reservation or concealment.

Divine Intention is not something we set, it is something we discover that is already in us.  I love this definition of intention.

The Power of Divine Intention

When we align with our Divine Intention, life flows more synchronously. Inspirations become frequent, and what some may call miracles seem to occur naturally. The universe begins to support us in profound ways, helping us evolve into our fullest selves.

My Intention is to be ME, not the me that someone else wants me to be, not the me that my mom thought I should be, not the me that my husband wants me to be, not the me that my kids want me to be, but my intention is to be the ME I want to be.  My Divine Intention is to live as fully expressed in each moment as I can be.  For me, that means there is no hiding, or holding back my highest service.

The part of us that calls us forward from within, is who we really are.  It is our God Particle, our Divine Intention.  Everything else is just ‘matter’ or the physical stuff we are made of.

So beautiful!  Our Divine Intention is our God Particle.  It is the creative force within us.

Identifying Your Divine Intention

If you’re uncertain about your Divine Intention or are still exploring who you are beyond societal labels, try this simple Self-Appreciation Exercise:

  1. Relax and Reflect: Sit in a comfortable position and tune into your feelings about your Divine Intention.
  2. Appreciate Your Emotions: Whether you feel anxious, hopeful, or uncertain, appreciate your awareness of these emotions.
  3. Let Go: Without trying to analyze or figure everything out, allow yourself to be inspired by your Higher Self, tapping into the God particle within.

What is your Divine Intention?

Who do you want to BE?

Over time, as you engage in this practice, you’ll begin to recognize and remember your true essence and what your Divine Intention really is.

Join Our Community

If you feel inspired to delve deeper into the concept of Divine Intention and self-appreciation, consider joining our wisdom-weaving sessions. Whether through personal coaching or group workshops, we explore the sacred art of self-appreciation and co-create spaces for growth and alignment. Schedule a free session with me to start your journey.

What’s Next?

Ask yourself, “Who do I want to be?” Let your Divine Intention guide you to the answer.

One Comment

  1. Beth Cummings Dawson December 24, 2019 at 11:33 am - Reply

    Awe Inspiring, I’d like to know more about this sounds like iI mayb able to learn. I’m 57, widowed 10 yrs I have been interested in higher spiritual learning for years but haven’t been able to quiet my mind long enough to just meditate. Yet I feel more connected all the time – to Spirit and my loved ones above. So…

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