Setting Intentions

Consider setting an intention to use one or more of the principles

You may find it helpful to set an intention to use one or more of the principles.  Intentions are more powerful than you may realize.  Setting an intention simply means consciously inclining yourself to think or act in a certain manner.  Repeating a thought or behavior strengthens the neural circuitry in the brain that support it.  In ancient wisdom, the Buddha observed that, “What you think, you become.”  He meant that what you frequently think about will become the natural disposition of the mind . . .

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