Have you ever tried setting this intent before?
I was reading a blog post today about how a happy couple started off their marriage with a hilarious joke on their honeymoon. It reminded me about one of the most powerful intents there is:
It’s the intent to laugh.
Think about it.
We ask for joy. We ask for peace. But what do those look like? How do we measure them? If you’re anything like me, then sometimes on your path you wonder, “Am I even getting anywhere?”
But in a three-dimensional world where the physical manifestation of things are so juicy…
In the success-driven world we live in where measurable goals are a part of our early training….
Setting the intent to laugh – and to laugh out loud – can be a daily miracle.
You cannot laugh out loud without being connected to your Source. Without allowing your flow. Without being peace and joy. Laughing is the end result of all we ever want. (Even the laughter of deep, soul-healing relief.)
Imagine what can happen to your life when you add “laugh out loud” to your daily to do list. Imagine what can happen to your marriage (we crack each other up). Your friendships (we have so much fun we literally slap our knees). Your family (I can’t help but laugh).
Yourself. (I’m awesome. Hahaha!)
But don’t try to force it. Don’t try and figure out how or when. Just set the intent that laughing out loud would be really nice. Otherwise you’ll be trying to push the river and once you realize how silly that is, you might just have to laugh. :)
P.S. If you can’t feel laughter right now because it feels too far away from how you feel right now, set the intent to feel so much relief you laugh. That will build a bridge from where you are to where you want to be: laughing.
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