Title of Article - *Your Intention Means What, Exactly?*
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Your Intention Means What, Exactly?
~ By Jan Tincher

Copyright © Jan Tincher - All Rights reserved

What is intention? Intention is our mental and emotional focus,
combined with our expectations. What does intention mean? It
means, what you INTEND to do . . .

If you INTEND to experience pressure, stress, and lack, then
you will create exactly that experience.

If you INTEND to blame others for your troubles, then you
will create that experience.

If you INTEND to experience health, happiness, wealth, or
anything else, you'll create those conditions.

How do we change our intention? How do we create what
we want?

If we want to create what we want, we need to be totally
congruent. To be totally congruent means that your WORDS
have to mean the same thing as your TONALITY, and as your
PHYSIOLOGY. Totally focused. How we work with that is,
we ask ourselves these questions. Do my words means the
same as my voice tone AND as my body language?

Everything we say and do, in relation to that experience we
want, has to add to that experience.

To be totally congruent means that your words have to say
the same thing as your tonality (How does your voice sound?
Is it as confident as the words?) as your physiology, your
body language. (How do you look? Are you sitting or standing
confidently? Do you look like you mean what you are saying?)
In other words, do your words mean the same thing as your
tonality? Does your tonality mean the same thing as your

This takes practice. Use the mirror.

Put a name to what it is you want to look and sound like.
Confident? Enthusiastic? Serene? In charge, in control? Now,
do you look like you know what you are talking about? Take
that stance, the stance of a confident, or whatever it is that
you named, person. If it doesn't look like you know what
you are talking about, don't talk until it does.

Listen to what you are saying. If you don't think it sounds
like you know what you are talking about, talk until it does.
Work until you've found the right sound.

If you don't know what to say, don't talk until you do. Find
the right knowledge that you need to know.

Now, put it all together. Say the right words, in the right
tonality, with the right physiology. Watch the good things

Good luck! And I say that congruently!

Thanks for reading,


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