Setting Your Intention: 108 Words to Live By.

Via on Aug 15, 2011

A Prayer of motivation and dedication.

~ I wrote the above prayer of intention for the Refuge Meditation Group in Shreveport, Louisiana.

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31 Responses to “Setting Your Intention: 108 Words to Live By.”

  1. tamara says:

    Beautiful! Did you write this Benjamin?

  2. Theresa says:

    Copied, Printed, Posted, Shared & Taped to the Mirror! THANK YOU <3

  3. maria says:

    thank you. needed that :)

  4. Tina Fossella, MFT Tina says:

    This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

  5. Tanya Lee Markul tanya lee markul says:

    Thank you Ben. Beautiful and inspiring. :-)

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  6. yogiclarebear says:

    Benjamin, thank you SO MUCH for sharing this. I will be sharing it as well, infusing it into my personal practice, and presenting it to my classes and meditation practice group. Thank you!!!

  7. Tanya Lee Markul tanya lee markul says:

    Just posted to "Featured Today" on the Elephant Yoga homepage.

  8. RFMullane says:

    Thank you….

  9. Tanya Lee Markul Tanya Lee Markul says:

    Just posted to "Popular Lately" on the Elephant Yoga homepage.

  10. Teri Dillion says:

    A helpful quote on the need to find our own joy through service. Beautiful.

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  14. Misa Derhy says:

    Amazing, true, inspiring, loving it and sharing just wherever I can ! Thanks to you and thanks to Elephant!

  15. Pamela says:

    You are amazing.

  16. Pamela says:

    Printed it, and carrying it around for a while – just to see if I can tap in a little more with such a reminder, thank you .

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  21. Tammy says:

    beautiful. <3

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  24. path guy says:

    wow! really excellent, thank you !

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  26. jai says:

    I only got about 50 words then it cuts off? anyone else getting this?? tried in ie and chrome?

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