Intention – How To Tap Into The Most Underrated Power in the Universe
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Create the life you want through the power of intention – this is an amazing book that guides you through practical self-enquiry to unearth your true intentions for life and how to achieve them. Plant the seeds of intention with a sense of true clarity and then water them with your daily actions. Beautifully and clearly written – intuitive, practical, incredibly insightful and drawing on decades of clinical practice into small easily grasped concepts.
Author: Andrew Wallas
Intention is the seed of all change and it is the creative power that fulfils our dreams. An intention contains the DNA of manifestation and it is therefore the key to creating the life you want. Our outer world is a reflection of our inner world, and so the only way to shift reality is to start with what is inside us.
According to research, 92% of new year resolutions fail by the end of the year. The only way to reverse this trend is to go deeper.
This powerful book guides you through a process of practical self-enquiry that gets to the true heart of your intentions for this life. You will weed out the obstacles in the way of your wishes, such as limiting self-beliefs and the stories you currently tell about yourself. You will plant the seeds of intention with a sense of true clarity and infinite possibility, and then water them with your daily actions and care. And then all that needs to be done is to trust in the outcome and allow your intentions to grow.
Intention is for anyone who wishes to align their life with their innermost wishes and tap into the most underrated power in the universe.
About the Author
Andrew Wallas has been described by the UK Daily Mail as a ‘modern day wizard’ who ‘transforms your energy’, creating ‘alchemical shift’. Andrew started his working life in the City, where in 10 years he became extremely successful in Finance. By his late twenties, he realised that the rapid growth in outer financial success was correlated with a sense of inner meaninglessness and loneliness. After a breakdown/ breakthrough, Andrew left the City and spent four years studying at Theological College, obtaining degrees in both theology and philosophy and subsequently gained a master’s degree in psychology. Following several trainings in psychotherapy, he opened a thriving clinical practice in North London, working with individuals and groups.