I really can't be bothered to set intentions, but I can easily get into the vortex more these recently. By vortex I mean a state of bliss, love, peace and fulfillment. In that state, I don't have a care in the world what happens 'out there', and I don't really care about setting intentions either

What happens in this state? If I don't set intentions but I'm in the vortex, what would reality turn out to be?

"Let your alignment (with Well-Being) be first and foremost, and let everything else be secondary. And not only will you have an eternally joyous journey, but everything you have ever imagined will flow effortlessly into your experience. There is nothing you cannot be or do or have--but your dominant intent is to be joyful. The doing and the having will come into alignment once you get that one down." ― Esther Hicks

"There is no desire that anyone holds for any other reason than that they believe they will feel better in the achievement of it. Whether it is a material object, a physical state of being, a relationship, a condition, or a circumstance - at the heart of every desire is the desire to feel good. And so, the standard of success in life is not the things or the money - the standard of success is absolutely the amount of joy you feel." ― Esther Hicks, Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires

asked 26 Apr '16, 12:28

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If I don't set intentions but I'm in the vortex, what would reality turn out to be?

The reality will be that you'll get everything you want at the best time for you to receive it.

It doesn't get any better than that, does it? :)

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answered 26 Apr '16, 13:44

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Thanks @Stingray. One more point, lets say someone wants to attract a beautiful mate, and this is what the universe brings when they're in the vortex, won't this strengthen the ego? Does the vortex care that what it's bringing us is only strengthening the ego?

(26 Apr '16, 16:02) freedomdude

@freedomdude - "won't this strengthen the ego?" - You mean there's a danger of you becoming more self-assured, self-confident and a more masterful creator of your own physical reality? Hmmmm :) In my ego-tistical opinion, the word "ego", like the word "God", is so massively misused that it has become a fairly meaningless term. So you'd have to define what you mean by it and why it's a bad thing to have one. My definition of ego

(26 Apr '16, 16:30) Stingray
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