The Universal Law of Intent is kind
It is generous, sharing, joyous, tender, and considerate. It is never selfish or arrogant.
It is never excluding of others’ wellbeing and development for that would not be in alignment with the Mother and with Love.
We cannot anchor what we intend to bring forth, what the intention of our life is — service, pleasure, and joy — if we are holding contradictory thoughts.
The Law of Intent means
mental and emotional bodies
are coming into alignment with
Divine Thought, Mind, Will, Heart.
Consistency, congruence, and constancy
The creation work of humanity has been intent by ego rather than intent by Love, and we have learned, experienced and been broken-hearted because we see that that does not work.
The vision of our sacred purpose, is it in alignment with the totality of Who We Are?
Every thought, every action, every friendship, every collegial association? How do we behave? What are our relationships like?
What does our action reflect?
What does our behaviour reflect?
Is it in complete alignment with our intentions for what we wish to achieve, what we wish to experience?
If it is not in that alignment, we are out of balance.
Ego is not the place of centredness, of balance
Many of us who have avoided being centred and balanced.
We have equated being centred, balanced, and in alignment with being boring.
How many of us want to be unique and different, perhaps a little quirky?
How we express the beauty, excitement, uniqueness of Who We Really Are — which is much grander than any ego thought — how we express this is by being in the centre.
Being in the core of our sacred self, being the reflection of Who We Really Are, is not some fantasy that changes week to week, year to year.
There is nothing more magnificent and grand than the expression of our truth.
It is far greater than any costume or job or persona that we can adopt.
Intent and joyous alignment
Our sacred intent is one of the most joyous discoveries of our life.
Intent, ideas, imagination, infusion — the ‘i group’ — all of these are part of intent. Intent is our starting point, and once we have established the intimate relationship with our sacred purpose, we hold intent.
It isn’t something that we do for ten minutes a day, but we may take ten minutes at the start of our day to anchor the clarity of intent.
Intention for our day
Intention for our week
Intention for our behaviour
Intention for what we choose to receive throughout the day
How we wish to interact with others
The inspiration we wish to receive
We set the intent but we carry that around like an amulet around our neck, all day long, each, and every day.
Intent is embedded deep within us
We have carried our intention for this and every lifetime for eons, so it is already embedded deep within us.
It is simply bringing it into our conscious reality and our everyday activity.
It is about bringing it into our world, and letting it be reflected by the Divine Qualities because the expression of intent — our intent which is part of Divine Intent — is never cruel, unfair, or unkind.
Eliminating the false grid of lack of self worth
When we align ourself with the sacred Universal Law of Intent, and ask that everything we do, think, feel, believe, be in alignment with that sacred Law of Intent, of which our intent is part, then we keep to that practice daily, hourly, it will eliminate feelings of lack.
We cannot be in the truth and hold a belief system that is not in alignment with truth.
Lack of self worth is not in alignment with any truth. It is part of the old.
The intent of being drunk — and it doesn’t matter whether it is alcohol or drugs or ego, because they are all the same; they are variations on a theme — when we are using an excess of alcohol, or drugs, we are trying to escape from our intention and from our sacred purpose.
We are depressing ourself. We are repressing the truth of Who We Are — and this is true for all ages — we are putting ourself in a position where we are limiting our scope, imagination, and inspiration.
We are shutting ourself down. We are shrinking ourself.
Finding the balance
How do we reach a place where we are finding and enjoying the experience of life and not engaging in behaviours that are basically self-defeating?
It is a matter of finding the balance and the middle way.
We want to enjoy and to celebrate the experience of life. Do we want to proceed in a drunken haze where we don’t remember and we aren’t really having fun because we feel sick the next day?
Or are we proceeding in a way that we are partaking of the fun, the friendships, the new ideas, but it is in a way that is serving us and therefore serving every person?
In the balance we are the leader instead of the follower.
Looking at intent as a tree with many branches, leaves, and twigs
We can think of our sacred purpose as the trunk and roots of a tree. Our primary intention is in the trunk of the tree.
Our branches can be brought into alignment with our larger intent so our intent, our primary intent and understanding, is anchored.
Here’s an example for one with a service to offer:
Intend the perfect physical setup, location, nest, facility in which to offer services.
Intend that helpful, cooperative, collegial people are available to assist in this.
Intend that the flow of individuals who will benefit from our particular talents will be stepping forward.
We work on breaking down the levels, the branches of the intent, so we can go to our tree, and pick and enjoy the fruit of our labours.
Intent to let abundance flow clearly
Intent to let abundance flow clearly is in the breakdown of the various branches.
It is that the abundance is there to pay each and every bill, every commitment, and that there is so much left over that every dream, every desire, is fulfilled.
Staying in the intent we do not allow the lack or limitation issues to intrude.
When the tree is thirsty, and there hasn’t been rain for several days or weeks, it puts its roots deep into Gaia.
We do this, too, by putting our ‘roots’ deep into Gaia and by drawing up the moisture, the minerals, the richness that are there for us to call upon.
The tree does not forget that All Is There otherwise it would wither and die. We put our roots down, anchor firmly, and pull it up.
Then we go to the top of our tree and receive from the Great Central Sun, and the Heart of the Mother, what we want.
Intend. Open. Receive.
Remember: always share.
When we give something away,
what do we open our hearts to receive?
That is the balance.
Fear is the twin of anger.
We tend to get afraid and angry when things don’t materialize or manifest.
Fear can freeze us in place then its cousin, doubt, knots our heart.
Mostly, fear is not about truth. It is about illusion and ego and ego likes to stay in control.
Our ego can run rampant when we allow it and it brings us every excuse under the rainbow about what won’t work, what we’re not capable of, and what we can’t accomplish.
Laughter dispels the fear
and brings us into the Now.
Asking for Divine Help we cut all the ties that bind — all the ties — because they limit us, and we were never intended to be limited.
Limitation is the belief in separation. Elimination of the belief system of limitation, of separation anxiety, sets us free.
We can make our primary intention in alignment by invoking the sacred Law of Intent:
I invoke the Universal Law of Intent that all fear,
all limitation, all feelings of inadequacy
be eliminated right Now.
We are here to be brave, outspoken, and to celebrate creation
Each of us have unique expressions of our personal miracle.
In our hearts is a smile for adventure, a desire and wish, for that is part of the unfoldment, evolution and ongoing creation of All.
Our expression of Divinity has never been limited, but the false grids of humanity have been heavy.
The illusions have been thick, but our hearts are open in the creation of our heart’s desire.
Starting with ourself, intent is the feeling of the heart,
transmitted throughout time and space, the wavelengths of the grid.
It may be a prayer and it may be a whoop. It may be a cry of joy or a cry for help. It is all the same and it is all heard.
in alignment with sacred purpose.
We are magnificent.
How humility relates
Humility is the ability to serve in whatever capacity and in whatever role, not only what we decide and determine, but what is open to us.
In making that heart commitment sometimes we are lead to service that is not exactly as glamorous or as rich or as fulfilling as we hoped it would be.
It is the willingness of our being to extend ourself to others realizing that in that we are simply extending ourself to All.
Humility — not false humility, false pride — is the true understanding that it is a privilege to serve.
We are all brothers and sisters
Embracing the virtue of humility, we realize there are none above and there are none below, that all are brothers and sisters, each on a unique and sometimes perilous journey.
At times our job is to go into those perilous situations — those creations of the human mind — and diffuse them.
We are creating a place where no one goes hungry and the riches are shared. This is what Gaia teaches us. She does not just share her riches with some and not with others. She is truly generous with all of us.
All we need to do is to look, observe, see, accept, receive, and then give back, and it’s not just about getting from here to there, it’s about honouring who we meet along the way.
Compassion is within humility
The blessings and virtues are very connected; for example, we don’t have humility without compassion.
Part of what humility is, is not putting ourself above or below others but with others in compassion not judging anything.
To understand that the murderer and the bomber, those who commit the most heinous acts arrived here with the purity of grace in their souls and that it did not become lost.
Was it ignored or covered?
Yes, but the danger is:
When we judge anyone or anything, we are
considering our selves separate from the Divine
When we say, “Well that person is a murderer. Look what they’ve done. They are horrible and need to be punished,” we have lost our balance.
We are setting ourself up to be ‘holier than thou.’ We dare not misstep because then we have to put ourself in the same category as those we have judged and that is very painful.
Each journey has many, many twists and turns and it can be helpful to look at what that heinous crime has created.
Has there been a positive outcome? Maybe we do not want to credit the murderer with the positive outcome?
We like to give credit to those who have risen to the occasion, ‘the hero’ but the catalyst for that positive behaviour came from what we judged as negative.
That does not mean that we take on the burden of that person.
It simply means that we send the energy of healing, of acceptance, and Love because they have lost their way, and they are not realizing the joy of why they came.
We are compassion, humility, acceptance.
The balance of serving/being served and humiliation
We are the balance of humility not only serving, but allowing ourselves to be served, as well.
When we are not permitted to give back after receiving a gift the balance is broken.
That feeling of humiliation, when a gift is denied, can be acknowledged with a gentle reminder to another that it is kindness and heart consciousness to understand the balance of receiving and giving.
We can also be preoccupied that reciprocal actions need to be of equal value, but how do we equate or measure different types of gifts and service?
Each is of equal value when given and received from a place of Love.
Humility and humiliation tie into one another through feeling, thought, and emotion, and without judging the languaging — having compassion for our selves — understanding the concepts and how they have emerged is to have the awareness to let go and forgive our selves for the old ways.
Humiliation is one of the things we are eliminating.
Humility as a unifying force
When we are in a place of humility it is a unifying force that unites us — we are brothers and sisters — on this journey together.
As we serve each other we are fulfilling our soul purposes and missions. We are fulfilling our hearts desires and so it grows.
When a gift is offered and accepted with gratitude it makes both parties, whether it is two people or twenty thousand people, it makes everybody feel unified. Gratitude is Who We Are.
Acceptance is part of humility
In acceptance there is trust and ability to be vulnerable about our journey without judgement.
Being vulnerability is to share what we are going through with curiosity, not with shame or the old belief system of control, guilt.
Part of what we yearn for, each of us, is to be accepted for Who We Are, to be seen and to be known, and in that knowing, to be cherished and valued.
There are many in society that wish to put themselves on a pedestal. It does not matter whether it is a leader, a pope, a bishop, or a rock star, we are all the same.
Pope Francis is a wonderful example. Getting rid of his throne is showing the people he is One with them.
The starting point is to accept the possibility of Love and of our value, not that it is a given or proven, but just the possibility. This is heart consciousness.
How the second dimension relates
Each of us have emanated from the Heart of One, originally as an idea, a spark of light, an essence.
In the second dimension this energy is communicated out to the multiverse. This dimension, where there is no depth or emotion, is a creative, busy place.
Co-operation and surrender
The qualities of the second dimension are co-operation and surrender.
The human existence can be lacking in interdependence, community.
Often we feel desperately lonely and isolated. We limit ourselves with separation anxiety.
Understanding the qualities of the second dimension of reconnection — our interconnectedness with all things — knowing that all things, all energy is One we can support each other without drama in co-operation and creation.
Humility and compassion
Because it is a dimension of cooperation with no emotion, humility and compassion are growth patterns here.
Humility is our willingness to extend ourselves to others realizing that we are simply extending ourselves to All as brothers and sisters each with a unique journey.
Compassion is ability to Love and serve without judgement, to observe within/without, to be detached from the old emotions, and to hold the highest vision of balance.
Where ideas go ‘viral’
The second dimension is an amplifier and a transmuter. This is where ideas go ‘viral.’
When we have an idea, concept, position that we want to share with the world, we can use the energy of the second dimension to offer it to many.
An example would be a photo and/or a quote going viral on the internet.
The Universal Law of Intent is kind, generous, sharing, joyous, tender, considerate and all about balance.
We cannot anchor what we intend to bring forth, what the intention of our life is — service, pleasure, and joy — if we are holding contradictory thoughts.
The blessing and virtue of humility relates to creation with our knowing we are here in Divine Service not to judge anything.
Humility is a unifying force that unites us all, brothers and sisters on this journey together. As we serve each other we are fulfilling our soul purposes and missions; we are fulfilling our hearts’ desires.
Judgement separates us from the Divine. Discernment is compassion, heart observation, ability to see the whole picture and hold the highest vision for All.
Surrender, support without drama, co-operation, and connection — knowing that all things, all energy is One — are the growth patterns of the second dimension.
Understanding the second dimension we see our creations communicated out to the multiverse; this is where our ideas can go ‘viral.’
Understanding the power of intent, humility, and the qualities of the second dimension we help everything come to balance.
“Sanat Kumara on the 2nd Universal Law, the Law of Intent,” channeled by Linda Dillon for the Council of Love, August 23, 2013, http://counciloflove.com/2013/08/sanat-kumara-on-the-2nd-universal-law-the-law-of-intent/
“Lao Tzu Discusses Many Aspects of the Divine Quality of Humility,” channeled by Linda Dillon for the Council of Love, April 24, 2013, http://counciloflove.com/2013/04/lao-tzu-discusses-the-many-aspects-of-the-divine-quality-of-humility/
“The New You: Emerging into the Brilliance of Humanity’s Heart Consciousness,” by Linda Dillon, channel for the Council of Love, 2013, page 69