Intention and Feeling

In the process of creative intention, we must feel our thought.  Within all desires and ideas is an inherent feeling.  The feeling is the energy that enables the Spirit’s action of manifesting.  The embodied feeling within consciousness is necessary for the awareness of the desire “already in being.”

The thought and feeling of our intention as “already is” takes place in the heart center.  This dimension of our consciousness is beyond time and space.  Within the heart, we are beyond doubt.  Jesus says,…if you do not doubt in your heart, but believe that what you say will come to pass, it will be done for you (Mark 11:23).  Thus, the ability to generate the true feeling of our intention as an existing reality can only occur in the heart.

There is no limitation in our true heart-centered consciousness.  If the required feeling of our intention can only be felt within the heart, what is the essence of the heart that enables the feeling of intention beyond the time and space dimension?  The essence is the love, joy, and peace of God within.  In the heart, there is no fear, only love.  “Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thankgiving, make your requests known to God (Philippians 4:6).

We can feel specific qualities of feeling of a particular intention, but the peace, joy, and love of the omnipresent Spirit is primary.  Through our awareness of our unity with the Divine within our heart, we know, feel, and experience the fullness of peace, joy, and freedom.  In calling for our participation in the Divine nature, Jesus says, “come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28).

Action and rest become one in the infinite heart.  The heart emanates the Divine energy of love.  It is through this energy that we feel our desires and intentions as already accomplished.  The nonlocal and nondual heart dimension of consciousness is the key to feelings in the creativity of intention.