Meditating At The WaterI remember a conversation two friends had about me years ago that they shared with me. One of the things that was said during their conversation was that they had no idea how I managed to get everything done. At the time I was working 40-50 hours a week, going to school full time and I was a single parent. The truth is, I didn’t even think about how to get it all done, I just did it. Looking back at that time and the number of things I managed to stay on top of without missing a beat I saw that it was my intention that helped me.

I had learned to give myself a more stable foundation for getting things done and took steps to personalize my approach to it all and those things along with having a system worked, but intention was what helped me flow. Intention is a powerful thing.  It can be described as a mental state that represents a commitment to carrying out an action or actions in the future. Desire causes intention, which causes action, which of course then causes the outcome.  Intention is what starts the momentum; the flow, and allows it to grow if you align yourself with it.

Aligning yourself with it means applying leverage by delegating the things that don’t require your expertise to complete. It also means making time to relax, the really breathe and appreciate things as they are and visualizing your outcome. Once you create the alignment, you can follow with inspired action which leads to more momentum and places you in the flow of things. Your mind shifts and is a part of the flow you’ve created and everything begins to line up.

When you are in this space of flow, there is no stopping you simply because you have set the intention and have a willingness to do that which needs to be done. You begin to see what things belong on your daily agenda and which don’t, so you delegate or remove them altogether. You’re able to start your day knowing there is much to do and that you will handle every task before you, and it happens just that way. You know when to ask for clarity and when you need to ask for help. Having the physical things in place to support your productivity is necessary and when you purposely create the environment within your being so that you flow, you become more effective and more efficient than ever. Being in the flow is how you get it all done.

 

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