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Intention as practice

I find intention to be an invaluable part of my practice.

And it is maybe most helpful in allowing insights and hidden beliefs to surface and be seen.

I notice curiosity arise around an issue, or some area where there seem to be hidden beliefs, and set the intention to allow an insight into this to surface. This intention is simple and quiet, and can take the form of a prayer, and the seed is planted, allowing the plant surfaces a little later.

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