One of my favorite laws is #5 The law of intention and desire and that probably has a lot to do with the crazy notion in the back of my head somewhere whispering ” take control of your destiny “, when inside I already know is a totally bogus idea as truly only my Creator can decide my intended outcome. Regardless, I tell myself law #5 is way cool because it allows us to focus on some aspects of just what we want to do in life and get positive mojo flowing.
Law #5 tells us to be clear in our intentions and desires. To write them down and to review them often. To go over them in our minds silently to ourself prior to each yoga practice. This law requires us to reflect to “think”about our goals and to write down what we would want the outcome of them to ultimately become. The second part of practicing this law is to trust that whatever happens is meant to be and to understand and accept that outcome as part of the plan. The final action of law#5 is to stay fully present in the moment no matter what don’t become distracted during this time of working on your intentions and desires.
In your yoga practice that simply means telling yourself that you will go just as deep in your pose as your body is allowing today and if that means that you’re not able to take it all the way today then you need to surrender to that point as your limit for today trusting that is where you are meant to be.
When we put forth our goal plan, reflect on our intentions daily with a positive open heart accepting any outcome and do so while not allowing outside distractions then we are energizing our desires. Everything works in unison as it should.
“Om Ritam Namah” : My intentions and desires are supported by cosmic intelligence
Homework: Create your own dreamline from author of “4 Hour Work Week” Tim Ferris: