Intention vs Willingness

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Dear Laura,
Thank you for all you do to help others. Can you tell me if you believe in intention? How is that different than willingness?

Hello UK

Yes, I absolutely believe in intention! The difference between intention and willingness is this: Intention is directing your focus towards a goal or purpose. Willingness is the act of happily showing up for life and being available for and interested in engaging in life each day. Without willingness, there is no effective intention. It is the Divine Catalyst for all the other metaphysical work to get done. You might have the intention to get a better job, but without your willingness to rework your resume, network, apply or go on interviews, your intention may know no fruition. We need both to do our best living.

Laura Scott
Laura Scott is an award-winning Channel, Healer, Mystic, Soul Specialist & published author. For 30 years her expert work has touched the lives of thousands around the globe, including doctors, lawyers, business executives, empaths, professionals, healers, HSP's, leaders, and good folks just like you.