What does Intent Have to do with it?
Good Intentions, We Decide
Our Intent Makes a Difference
Intent: What is it?
Merriam Webster defines intent as a determination to act in a certain way. A “normal” definition can be stated as to have in mind a purpose or plan, to direct the mind, to aim.
One of the key models for goal achievement is that of cause and effect. This model says that your goal is an effect to be achieved, and your task is to identify and then create the cause that will produce the desired effect, thereby achieving your goal.
How is that working for you? The old “cause and effect” linear do this and then do that to achieve what you want. Must 2 + 2 = 4? Why can you get more than 4 by utilizing synergy. What is synergy?
Think of it as your significant other and you together accomplish much more than if the two of you worked separately to achieve twice the results. Often times, two people together can achieve 5-10 more than just the two of them producing twice more than, if just one of them had done it. Intent can create synergy. It can be more than simple cause and effect.
Perhaps there is More?
The scientific theories define us. They create our perception of the universe and how it operates. We build our social structure, our relationships, our environment, of way of doing business, education, and our planet. We think of science as the basis of our understanding how things work. We learn in bits and pieces, trying to figure how they fit together. It is a process revision and corrections. This creates our confusion when one year something is bad and the next it science says it is good! It is a process.
Our intent provides a unity of relationships interdependent whereby the parts affecting the whole at every moment. OK, here comes that word that will scare some: quantum field. Life as we know it seems to be interconnected. The "quantum field" holds us together. It is not truly understood. If this is true, our “reality” may be more than we know…
Scientist have demonstrated that all matter exists in a vast quantum web of connection and that an information transfer is constantly going on between living things and their environment.
Communication on a Micro and Macro scale.
Cells apparently communicate. Trees apparently communicate (when invaded by insects, they give chemicals warning to other trees).
An example of the interconnectedness of our universe, the observer (experimenter) was thought to be a separate entity, a silent observer attempting to understand what was happening whether they were watching or not.
In quantum physics, however, it was discovered the state of all possibilities collapsed into a set entity as soon as it was observed. This has a shattering implications about our reality. This suggests the consciousness of the observer brought the observed object into being. It appears not only is our reality influenced by us, but our “connectedness” is universal.
Quantum physicist know there is a strange property known as “nonlocality.” This is the ability of a quantum entity such as an electron to influence another electron particle instantaneously over any distance despite no force or energy. Albert Einstein called this, “spooky action at a distance.”
There seems to be a convergence to a single point – the we have a field of influence on the world and vice versa.
The interconnectedness implies a vast underlying sea of energy connected through time and space.
Our brain perceived and makes its own record of the world in pulsating waves. Our consciousness is not an isolated entity. Everything communicates with everything. Our consciousness has incredible powers. We can make it what we want it to be.
Perhaps there is a higher, collective consciousness is out there! Perhaps a unified universe.
What does this have to do with Intent?
Our “intent” may have huge ramifications. Future intention might influence one neuron firing and not another, setting off one or the other chain of chemical and hormonal events that may or not result in disease.
It might well be every moment of our lives influences every other moment.
Imagine what our intent may do for and to others?
My intent is to create a "Best Seller" stay tuned!