My Mentor Glenda Green in her “Twelve Laws of the Universe that Always Work” on-line course says:
“We must begin with intention since it is the point of origin for everything. Everyone who has ever made a difference in the world INTENDED to do so!
Look at the lives of Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Theresa, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, and Nelson Mandela. Consider the decades that Mandela spent in prison. What kept him alive, centered, and strong? Nothing but intention! Intention made sure he was an advocate ready to speak once his time for power arrived.
The list of men and women through the ages who made a difference through the Law of Intent would be so long as to wrap around the earth many times, most of them unknown to the rest of us but no less influential.
Recently I, Glenda Green, watched a movie on YouTube of a paraplegic who excelled in all kinds of physical sports. This was primarily by the power of intention, and he traveled widely as a speaker inspiring young people with what was possible through just intention and desire.
Admittedly, not all people who have led by the Law of Intent were holy and pure. Genghis Khan was a violent warrior. Yet he did more to unite ancient China than any other leader in its history. He was rather sage at times, and I particularly enjoy these two quotes attributed to him, both of which show his strong alignment with intent: “If you’re afraid – don’t do it, – if you’re doing it – don’t be afraid!” “An action committed in anger is an action doomed to failure.” (By that we can see that something higher determined his actions.)
At times in history violent revolution has been necessary to break the grip of stagnant and debilitating conditions, after which positive leadership could cast more constructive intentions. As we are told in the Book of Matthew, 5:45, “That He causes His sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust.”
This is true of all universal laws, and no less with the Law of Intent. In fact, in the context of this study we have a rare opportunity to see some possible answers to the age-old question of why do good things happen to bad people and bad things to good people.
The Law of Intent is impartial to those who use it! In my observation I have found that many people in desperate conditions are more likely to magnify their intentions for remedy than good people who are complacent and passive with what they endure. Criminal success provides little in the way of a satisfying life despite the many luxuries it may afford.
However, we are given a powerful lesson from our enemies about the Law of Intent. Namely, that it is impartial. Have faith it will work for you too! Destructive or selfish intentions may result in momentary success but they always fall under the influence of the OTHER laws.
God created a magnificent universe with plenty of checks and balances. Intent for good is far more powerful because it endures and is reinforced by all the other Universal Laws. Even though the law of intention is itself dispassionate and impersonal, there is no intention more powerful than one aligned with the will of God. It has complete follow-through and can work miracles.”
~ Glenda Green – Twelves Laws of the Universe that Always Work Course – Part A: The Law of Intent
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