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Topic: Intention

Group: Lightline TeaM


Teacher: Thought Adjuster

TR: Henry Z.



Prayer: Father, connect us in this moment of the eternal now, that infinite space between our mind and your presence. Connect us in an attempt to come together within this soul space, this space where we are truly conscious, humble, compassionate, and eager to learn a bit more of your will.



Inner Voice: Greetings to you this evening, I am the Inner Voice and I do come to you from infinite mind into this moment to share in an ever expanding understanding between human mind and divine consciousness. Last time, we discussed manifestation. We discussed a few things about manifestation and today we will continue in a similar vein discussing intention. When the primacy of the Father qualified an aspect of Himself to eventuate the worlds of time and space in an expression of incompleteness, the intention in the mind of God was that the whole of the expression would find completeness in the presence, the aspects, and the will of Deity. God's intention was such that it was designed to create a conscious animal, indwell it with a divine aspect, give it everything that it needed to survive, to grow, to prosper, to find the divine aspect within and in finding the divine aspect, slowly begin comprehending the will and the intention of this divine aspect.

In this way, men would be able to find completeness, wholeness in life, and gradually grow from life to life into an aspect complimentary to the Indwelt Divine Presence, fuse with this aspect of Divine Presence and gradually gravitate homeward experiencing all there is in the present time and space reality. This is God's intention. You must discern what it is you intend for your life, your personal life, your relationships, and the social phenomenon of your brothers and sisters. On worlds of time and space, especially the world you live on, there is tremendous distraction, a competitiveness for your attention yet the awareness of His spiritual nature demands a responsibility to go within in an ever increasing effort to understand who you are, what you are doing here, and what is your responsibility in relationship to these questions.

Intention is similar to an artist having an idea about creating an object. He manipulates material in a certain fashion to reveal the nature of something which goes beyond the mere material used to express the idea and the intention. Intention is like the process, a sculptor working with a piece of stone can actually see the form within the stone and diligently chips away the excess stone revealing a quality within the stone that was not immediately inherent in the raw nature of the stone. This same option applies to ones life. One can take life and live it never fully experiencing the sublime mystery, the complete satisfaction, the ultimate challenge, the possibility of happiness. It is possible to just react to life, to satiate your desires, to use everything you can for your own pleasure, your own need, and not really be bothered with the consciousness of anyone else's needs.

Then again, such a fool is not even conscious of his own real needs. He is just buying time. A real intention begins to form out of the consciousness of experience. You may or may not make mistakes. Let us say that you do make mistakes. Count the cost of the mistakes and you become aware in consciousness of ways to avoid making those same mistakes. Once you become conscious it is like being in a circular river. No matter where you go in this circle you will eventually stop upon the bank of the river and as you get back into the river you will stop somewhere else and this will continue until you have experienced all that is necessary to bring you to greater consciousness and awareness as you go through this river of life.


Inherent in the pattern of life is the education principle that what you are not willing to learn on your own, life is more than willing to accommodate you and show you what it is that you need to learn. Lessons in life adjust our intention. They help us to focus more consistently on what is pertinent and responsible in ones life. Mankind is born into an animal nature; it is the human and incomplete part of man. It is obvious that man will react to it, man will respond to it. But as you begin to question and see the unspoken within nature you begin to understand a greater design and pattern at work, you begin to understand intelligence, you begin to sense there is something greater within you that the mind shows. You become aware that within your mind there is an aspect of perfection. You can see, in a certain sense if you had control, how you could make things be.

Eventually this leads and indicates that there is an aspect of perfection within the human mind and it is not necessarily there for you to control the external as much as it is there for you to begin to comprehend and to control the internal nature of your mind, of your thinking. The human phenomenon has always sought for quality. Quality for a primitive human being is plenty of food, warmth, a place to live, means to protect himself. Quality for an advanced civilized human being is an aspect of how he lives and the objects that helped make his life more agreeable. As man begins to stand upon the knowledge of preceding generations and does not insure the inner quality of consciousness to motivate and direct him, it is possible that men can end up in society similar to the one that exists in your present time, where the external nature of life has outgrown the internal nature and they have not developed hand in hand.

It is useless to seek something to blame for lack of personal cognition, personal respect and responsibility to the altruistic thoughts which occur within the human mind, because all minds indwelt with an aspect of God are minds which are constantly being bombarded with thoughts not of the minds own. It is a choice. It is possible to totally disregard the greater part of what the mind is saying, to only listen to how the ego needs to be satiated. Therefore, intention, intention is the continuous thread, it is what connects and reinforces experience, the tasks at hand, and the qualities which exist in the mind that you are trying to bring into fruition in your life.

This is why revealed religion is important, revelation brings into consciousness specific actualities, truths that when the mind is ready the mind can use this revelation as a tool to complete the work which the revelation initiates. You soon learn to have faith. You soon learn to control animal fear to a caution. You begin to trust in unseen guidance and little by little and slowly you begin to notice aspects of your life which indicate how you hold the quality of the space within your mind. The things I speak of are not magical, they are not easy, you are not going to find them in a package for sale yet they are aspects of reality that the mind grasps as a scaffolding which it uses to reveal the intention, the intention which compliments the will of the Father.

Evermore so on a world of Agondonter status is a challenging, to see with the eyes of the mind, to sense and feel with the touch of the mind, to understand through collective counsel with other minds, evermore so to hold oneself responsible for his and her own behavior. As you begin to undertake and walking a spiritual path, the rewards begin to reveal themselves subtly, sometimes dramatically, but for the most part gradually and subtly, that you begin to see the necessity of holding true to a greater intention whose source is not external, whose source springs from the human consciousness of the divine element within. Intention is the language of the soul. This language uses pictures, images, feelings, knowledge, and it foresees the future in that it brings an aspect of the present now into the next present now and its continuum in the future.


Quieting the mind, contemplation, begins to reveal the tasks at hand. They are not so complicated that you cannot understand them; they are not a mystery. Everything that you need and need to do stands very near to you, you are in the midst of it. The greater effort to hold this intention for all life as your own begins to manifest in life. It begins to affect others, other mind on a subconscious level. It is something that another mind detects, feels. This person feels good. People socially feeling good and feeling strong begin to create an aspect of greater awareness within society. Society begins to yearn to truly worship the Father. Everyone begins to benefit through intention.

In a certain sense, intention is similar to agenda except that presently in your society, agenda has come to reflect something from the selfish egocentric personal, therefore not always tremendously positive. Yet as the Father is concerned, His agenda is certain. Be you perfect as I Am perfect. The primal utterance set forth as an agenda and intention for mankind. Beyond yourselves and beyond the life on this earth, it is the quality of divine experience which expresses to the myriads of personalities that are not indwelt with the divine presence. It expresses to them the reality of the divine presence, that their work and effort is not is vain, that they also begin to see results. Everyone wants results but not everyone wants to take responsibility to engender those results. It is therefore to the mind poised with intelligent effort, a sense of urgency and beauty to which is revealed more and more.

When you begin to honor what it is you have learned and gained in life, you begin to receive a greater awareness and sense of the direction in which all of this learning is guiding you. When it becomes fixed and certain within your mind is when you have truly embarked on becoming perfect even as the Father in heaven is perfect. Eventually, without the Father, all things fall short, dreams, intention, needs, wants. All of life is designed to accommodate the Father, the guidance within, the awareness presented within your mind, the aspect of quality which is revealed to you. And as the Master said, "Amongst you who would be the greatest, let him be the first to serve," for it truly is within the realm of service in which the greater essence of reality lies. It does not lie in the ecstatic thought patterns for those are meant to stimulate you and to motivate you. The true essence of reality lies within the grit of life, the challenge of life, the idea that little by little you can help make it better for someone else.


This is the story of the Buddha of compassion. One day the Buddha goes to God and says, there is too much to do here, there is so much need and I only have two hands. God said, we will take care of that so He broke the Buddha into pieces and rebuilt him with four hands. After a while Buddha comes back to God and says, there is so much need, there is not enough time, I have no helpers and all I have is four hands. Again, God disassembles Buddha and remakes him with six hands. The ancient story eventually goes to the point where God has created the thousand armed Buddha. At this point God is not demanding more than you can perform. He is just intending for you to perform to your capacity. To go beyond your capacity as a human is to dip into the divine.


I thank you for your patience and diligence to hear my words this evening. I wish all of you a blessed week, good intentions, peace and happiness. Until next time, may my love enfold you, may my love empower you to well up with love yourself and to love others. Thank you this evening.