Walking With Intention Day 20 by Kathie Arcide

YOW!!! There’s a HUGE Spider in the Bathroom by Kathie Arcide of Chosen Perspectives My husband’s first question is always, “Define ‘HUGE’.” Makes me stop and think but I still fight the “ick” urge, and do that spontaneous Spider Dance. You know the one, where you are trying to get both your feet up off …

Walking With Intention Day 19 by Dan Antion

Walk with Intention by Dan Antion of No Facilities When Sreejit Poole first suggested that I participate in this fascinating series, I declined. I eventually agreed, but I was concerned that I would have very little to offer on this subject. I’ve never considered that I walk with intention, but I have always known, generally, …

Walking With Intention Day 18 by Sarah Myers

Creating Our Reality by Sarah Myers aka Sahara of Creo Somnium “Our intention creates our reality.” – Wayne Dyer The concept of “intention” has never held very much meaning for me beyond a few experiences with Catholic volunteers. It was a nice, though abstract, concept. Living intentionally never became so important to me until I had a …

Walking With Intention Day 17 by Karen Van Benschoten

It Took a Long Time to Find Me by Karen Van Benschoten of Vanbenschoten   First of all, and most important, I am a survivor of incest – father. My first blog post started out in limbo, but gravitated to poetry, written to express feelings as they arose. But I also had an ongoing fear relationship …

Walking With Intention Day 16 by Daydreams

Threads By Daydreams of Card Castles in the Sky A letter I received from you recently had me lamenting over times long passed. You are a relatively new friend but your soul seems old. Your soul recognizes my soul somehow from long ago. Or at least, it seems that way. Friendships come and go. Though somehow, …

Walking With Intention Day 15 by Gunamayi

Step by Step   Inhale The child walks or skips, happily and with joy. With no particular intention, reveling in his own spring of inner joy. Where is this child going? Who will he become? When ignorantly he wanders away from that inner peace and joy and forgets the way he came, how will he …

Walking With Intention Day 14 by Sanaa Rizvi

Momentum by Sanaa Rizvi of A Dash of Sunny Image via http://www.genius.com   Aimee Mullins states; “Belief in oneself is incredibly infectious. It generates momentum, the collective force of which far outweighs any kernel of self-doubt that may creep in.” Six months ago I embarked upon a journey which revolved around change – metamorphosis. It is …

Walking With Intention Day 13 by Michelle Lunato

Everybody Lies by Michelle Lunato aka Nato of Chasing Life and Finding Dreams Everyone lies. Everyone. If you say you don’t, than you are already lying. So just stop denying it. You are a liar like the rest of us. The question is though, what is your intention when you lie, and how often do …

Walking With Intention Day 12 by Arati de la Roziere

Embodying Intentions by Arati de la Roziere of Dancing to the Words I have contemplated writing this piece off and on ever since I received Sreejit’s invitation to write about what does walking with intention mean to me. I have hardly written anything for months and it is now October 27 and this invitation is for …

Walking With Intention Day 11 by Trevor Washington

Don’t Ask Me To Look at the Moon by Trevor Washington I want to take pleasure in the little things, but the Washingtons aren’t a stop-and-smell-the-roses kind of people. We breathe work, because we’ve always defined ourselves as the ones who are going to get things done. We’re the ones that don’t have time to …