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Notes From the Barn: Talking About Your Intentions

Hey, I’ve got a question for you…

Don’t you love it when you read and read about something and then you see actual proof that it works show up in your day?

I just had this happen in our community when talking about our intentions for rain. This Notes From The Barn is about how what you talk about influences what happens in your life.


Please leave a comment below about how what you talk about in your day sets your intentions!

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  • Michelle June 16, 2014, 8:58 pm

    Hi Shannon, Thank you so much for reminding us all about the power of intentions. I know I shouldn’t talk about problems, but sometimes it just too tempting. Also, what should we do if our friend/sibling calls us wanting to ‘offload’ /share /talk about the issues they are having with e.g. their partner? How would you advise us to handle that?

    • admin June 17, 2014, 1:16 am

      Hi Michelle, thanks for the great questions! It’s not that you shouldn’t ever talk about your problems, it’s just that you really need to be mindful of your PURPOSE in talking about them and NOT to do it repetitively just as a habit. For instance, your friend may need someone to be supportive of being frustrated with her partner and may need advice. So, when you listen to your friend once and the purpose is to be supportive and find a solution for her, that is o.k. It’s when your friend gets to gripping to you everyday about her problems and there’s no real purpose in the conversation besides the attention she’s getting from you and the complaining. See? I’d advise you to remember your purpose when you are wanting to hash over a problem and when listening to someone else’s problems. Remember the only real reason to talk about them is to get support and help. Most problems should have a resolution, like our rain situation. What I didn’t share in the video is our community started trying to find solutions and that I think led to the change in energy around the problem. Hope this helps;)

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