How can we manifest things in our lives?
The Law of Intention and Desire is based on the fact that energy and information exist everywhere; if you use that energy to the best of your ability you can essentially manifest the things that you want.
Intention is the thought of an aim or a plan, while desire is a strong feeling of wanting something or wishing for something. When those two definitions are combined, you get two different thought processes; you get The Law of Intention and Desire.
Based on this law, you can influence the energy and information in your environment and cause things to manifest in it. The conscious decision to manifest the things is brought to life by two qualities: attention and intention.
Whatever you put your attention on will grow stronger in life. Consequently, whatever you take your attention away from will disappear. On the other hand, intention triggers transformation of energy and information; intention organizes its own fulfillment.
Intention is the real power behind desire.
Intent is also very powerful alone because intent is desire without attachment to the outcome.
Once again, intent is desire without attachment to the outcome.
Desire by itself is weak because desire does not come with a plan; desire is attention with attachment. Your intent is for the future, but your attention is in the present. As long as your attention is in the present, then your intent for the future will manifest because the future is created in the present.
In order to manifest, we must accept the present as it is and intend for the future.
The future is something we can always create through detached intention, but we should never struggle against the present.
The past is memory and recollection.
The future is anticipation.
The present is awareness.
How can we specifically manifest things in our lives?
We can refuse to allow obstacles to consume our attention in present moments. We should accept the present as is, and manifest the future through not only desire, but our deepest intentions.
Interested in reading more about intent in detail?
Check out my post on Intentionality.