One of the pillars of the manifestation of reality is the power of the intention. Now let’s learn more about what an intention is and how you need to work with it!
Selecting the right magic intention is essential for successful spellwork.
Begin by identifying your specific needs and desires, ensuring your intention is clear, specific, and positive.
Align your intention with your values and ethics to promote positivity and harmony.
Consider timing, as some intentions may correspond with specific lunar phases or astrological events.
Visualize the desired outcome and write your intention down for clarity.
Explore correspondences and consult trusted sources while staying open to adaptation and trusting your intuition throughout the process.
Crafting a well-thought-out intention forms the foundation of effective magical work.
The mind has a massive influence on reality – that’s a fact. An intention is nothing but a thought that leads us to action. It is a conscious impulse directed within which the seed of reality is present.
The intention, in itself, is a thought that is filled with all its power when it is realized through the associated emotional charge.
The thought associated with emotion gives power to your intention, which we can imagine as a very precise laser beam that centers its objective with a negligible margin of error.
The thought filled with a desire also gives rise to an intense dispersive light that illuminates evenly so much; the intention, instead, through the emotion is a directed, precise light.
What is the magic intention?
An intention is a declaration of intent, a prayer, a purpose. It is all that gives meaning to a given experience; “What are we doing with a given thing?”. It answers the question, “What do I want to achieve”.
My example: “I’m studying witchcraft because I can learn topics that interest me, from spiritualism to white magic spells and rituals.”
With what intention? Deepen self-knowledge and gain awareness of the limiting programs and beliefs found in my unconscious. If I realize it, I can get rid of it by allowing free will to really express itself. This would be the “what I want to achieve”.
Types of magic intentions
|Love and Relationships
|Magic intentions focused on attracting love, enhancing relationships, fostering harmony, and healing.
|Prosperity and Abundance
|Intentions related to manifesting wealth, financial success, abundance, and career opportunities.
|Protection and Banishing
|Intentions aimed at warding off negativity, protecting oneself or others, and removing obstacles.
|Healing and Wellness
|Intentions centered around physical, emotional, or spiritual healing, well-being, and vitality.
|Magic intentions focused on spiritual development, connecting with higher realms, and inner transformation.
The psychology behind the intention. How does it work?
To sum up – our thoughts can influence our lives. If we no longer want to live a certain experience or if we want to start living a new kind of experience, we must “intentionally” send our thoughts in a new direction.
The intention is to direct a thought towards the desired direction. Thoughts have power. Learning to be careful is essential.
Learn not to be driven by the mind and river of thoughts that flow into it, but to use the mind to think and think when we need it. During the day, thousands of ideas pass through our minds.
When similar thoughts are repeated, they manifest themselves in the form of a feeling, which in turn becomes an emotion and manifests itself with an initially unconscious physiological reaction and then with a conscious one.
The result can be an impact on physical and emotional health.
This is the point of arrival. A thought that becomes matter.
A good example of working with an intention is when you create a sigil.
Below is an example of a sigil for power, I’ve created.
Thousands of thoughts pass through our minds every day, some become words, or they become something tangible and material – with which we influence the world we live in.
However, we are not aware of most of the words we say.
We are so used to talking so much, that most of the thoughts that our unconscious projects onto the screen of our mind, we transform it into words (and actions) without a filter.
A good exercise is practicing the vow of silence, even if only for one day.
Not being able to transform thought into words, with a little practice, we end up paying attention to the stream of our thoughts, our stream of consciousness realizing that most of these come to us without having been called, they are already within us, and we just need to release them.
That’s the best way to explore your inner world and your intentions and finally find the right one to make some magic happen!