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Sacred Power of Intention Weekend Meditation

Mantra: San kalpa ritam

The Sacred Power of Intention and Attention is a powerful tool for manifesting our dreams and making solution-oriented, conscious choices. Wherever you shine your light of attention, that thing will be become more prominent in your life. And that’s why intention is the partner of attention. If our intention are to raise our vibration while our attention is on a particular issue then we will be solution oriented!

Remember that we have a choice in every moment to bring our attention and then we have another choice: what is the intention I want to bring to that moment? This week, let’s use the mantra san kalpa ritam: san kalpa is the subtle intention and ritam is aligning it with the rhythm of the universe.

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