My little amendment to The Million Dollar Intention

Yesterday morning as I was heading out I felt uneasy doing the Million Dollar Intention. I think the stress I had been feeling from work had worked itself into my morning and interfered with the usual feeling of relaxed focus I get into while doing the intention*.

I was wondering what was missing, and it hit me. The last couple of days before I had been brooding over what I wanted more of in my life, and I realized it was love and happiness. Was this uneasy feeling a message from my unconscious that my intention for manifesting was incomplete? So in the Million Dollar Intention I slotted in an extra intention (in bold):

In an easy and relaxed manner, in a healthy and positive way, in its own perfect time, for the highest good of all, I intend $1,000,000, love and happiness to come into my life and into the lives of everyone who holds this intention.

Immediately after saying it the first time, I broke out into a smile. Internally, it seemed to widen and open up my mental space from focusing just on the 1 million and into other good things.

Just for a lark, I wonder what other intentions could be slotted into the Million Dollar Intention for more good things?

In an easy and relaxed manner, in a healthy and positive way, in its own perfect time, for the highest good of all, I intend $1,000,000, beautiful and friendly women to come into my life and into the lives of everyone who holds this intention.

;P

Any suggestions?

P.S. Sorry Steve, I’m corrupting your subjective experiment here, but I’m going to be selfish in selflessly wishing for more love and happiness (and possibly beautiful and friendly women) for all Million Dollar Intentioners ;)

* Now that I think about it, what if it was a feedback loop from the collective consciousness of the Million Dollar Intentioners? Hmm…I wonder if there’s such a thing. Thoughts?

4 Responses to “Who Owns You?”

  1. whitespace
    July 26 2007 at 6:41 pm #

    All my base belong to Chuck Norris.

    (sorry, couldn’t help it)

  2. sheng
    July 27 2007 at 11:44 pm #

    my own voice, my voice loves to tell everyone how much God loves them. i recommend you all to read the book “it’s not about me” by max lucado.

  3. Mike St. Pierre
    July 28 2007 at 7:20 pm #

    Thanks for this post. Just asking the question is often a helpful (and subtle) reminder to be about the most important things in life. Errands- right now, they’re owning me as we’ve moved into a new home. Thanks for the post,

    Mike

  4. taymastery
    July 29 2007 at 12:30 am #

    LOL… Alvin, nice use of embedded commands… ;-)