The Power of Intention… What’s Yours?

01-28-13 UPDATE: Thanks for all the AMAZING intentions you’ve contributed! Comments made after 5:00pm Pacific Time on January 28th are not eligible for the giveaway, but please feel free to continue sharing your intentions! See the weekly intention winners featured on our Facebook and Pinterest. Congratulations to our random winners, Jenna, Melody, Ashlyn, Mary, Trina, and Colleen!

The Power of Intention: What's Yours?Four thousand or so years ago, the ancients gave us the formula for shaping our lives: desire + will/intention + deed = destiny.  A heart-felt intention will direct the mind, thoughts and feelings, and help you take aim and action towards your Heart’s Desire.

Your intention bridges the gap between what you desire and what you bring into your life.

Many of us have strong desires that never manifest — we want fame, riches, beauty, health, etc., but the yearning alone is not enough to make it happen.  Why?  Because without intent this strong energy has no direction, and is destined to remain nothing more than wishful thinking.

Harness the amazing Power of Intention today to create your deepest wishes and your Heart’s Desire (and see below of an added incentive!).  Here are a few guidelines to consider:

  • You are the creator of your life. You are the designer, the sculptor and the living work of art. It is up to YOU to create the life you love through mindfully intending your desires into reality.
  • Get clear on what you want. You may want to write down your ideas (see below for a chance to win an Athleta giftcard when you share your intentions!) or create a vision board to give form and clarity to your desires.
  • Make contact with your heart so your intention has passion and excitement.  Sankalpa is a Sanskrit word that means to set an intention formed in the mind and the heart. (San refers to a connection with the highest truth and kalpa means vow or “the rule to be followed above all other rules.”)  This is the intention quality you are looking for — one straight from your heart.
  • Where the mind goes, energy flows.  Pay attention to your mind and consciously practice directing your thoughts towards your Heart’s Desire. Intention is a skill that requires your attention.  Without awareness, “monkey-mind” takes over, wasting your “one wild and precious life” on meaningless chatter and idle distractions.  But with intention, all the forces of the universe mobilize and align to help you so that anything is possible.
  • Focus on what you want, not on what you don’t.  Make sure the basis of your intention is desire and not fear.  Otherwise your powerful intent is set to bat for the wrong team and you get the opposite of what you wanted. Most New Year’s resolutions don’t work because of this very mistake.
  • Watch your language.  Words focus your energy, so make sure you formulate your intention in a positive, present tense statement. “I am vibrant, healthy and at my perfect weight” vs. “I need to lose 20 pounds.”
  • Believe.  Act as if your intention has already come true.  One thing I like to do is give thanks for my intentions in the morning, as if they have already happened. “I am thankful for feeling vibrant and healthy and for having so much energy today.”

Never underestimate the power of such focused intention.   Love, intend, do and watch the magic happen!

Share your intentions for a chance to win an Athleta GiftCard!

There’s great power inside each one of us. The power to do incredible things. To reach for and accomplish big goals. Our athletic endeavors help us tap into this power and it permeates the rest of our lives, making our relationships stronger, our wills resolute and our spirits more resilient.

One way to get clear on your intent is to write it down, so we invite you to post a comment with your intention(s)! When you comment, you’re eligible to win an Athleta GiftCard in one of two ways:

  1. Each Friday, Team Athleta will select one (1) intention, pair it with an inspiring image, release that image on our Facebook and Pinterest the following week, and feature the Facebook image as our cover photo. Each of the four (4) people whose intention is selected will receive a $200 gift card.
  2. After the contest closes on January 28th, six (6) random winners will be selected from among the intentions. Each will receive a $100 gift card. Read the Official Rules »

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Comments

  1. Diane says:

    To live with a heart of gratitude.

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  2. Emily says:

    This year, I’m am working towards self love in all forms so the intention I set for myself is:

    I love myself fully, accepting my flaws as some of my greatest strengths. I am healthy, happy, serene, and overflowing with gratitude.

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  3. Brandy says:

    I will gain strength to show off my inner warrior.

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  4. Laurie says:

    I will seek out joy in all aspects of life. Exercise with a smile on my face, eat with a smile on my face, play with a smile on my face, love with a smile on my face. Go towards the peace.

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  5. Freda Wynn says:

    This year I will enjoy everyday and appreciate the loved ones I have that are still alive. I do my best to live a healthy lifestyle. I will inspire myself !

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  6. stacy says:

    My intention is to accept myself in a more loving way, and by doing that, I will be more loving and compassionate towards others.
    I want to put healthy food and drink in my body, and treat it with respect, and by doing that, I will respect others as well.
    I want to look for ways to share my love of movement, and to think outside the box, ( ie, gym) to find venues to teach and share. By doing this, I help myself AND others who are looking and ready for a teacher to guide and ispire them. Namste. Stacy

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  7. Suzanne Lieder says:

    To live in gratitude and love and peace renewing that intention daily.

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  8. Cyndie says:

    My intention is to be patient, understanding and compassionate toward myself and toward others.

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  9. Shelly Norberg says:

    I intend to find balance and take care of my mind, body, and soul, as it has done to take care of me.

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  10. Gena Maley says:

    I will be the best me I can be.

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  11. Gena Maley says:

    I will be the ME I can be.

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  12. LoriForth says:

    What perfect timing. I’ve been struggling with my “One Word”. Living my life with INTENTION

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  13. R. Larkin says:

    To take in each breath mindfully and love my work, reigniting the community, one by one with wide arms of love, strength and spirit, so that together, we can spread the brilliance.

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  14. Renea Holcomb says:

    I intend to focus on my inner beauty and health. The rest will work itself out!

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  15. Suz Glo says:

    I intend to be kind not only to myself, accepting my flaws and limitations and working to lessen them, but also to extend that same kindness to everyone I encounter — friends, family and strangers alike.

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  16. Pam Haas says:

    My intention for 2013 is to introduce the healing energies of Reiki to my health care system to as an alternative treatment modality.

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  17. Barbara says:

    Happiness is a life choice – I choose to be happy.

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  18. Margaret says:

    To be really, truly present with my children and my parents; to be joyful and playful with them.
    To continue to share my love of nourishing the body and soul with fresh, innovative foods, movement and time spent in silence.

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  19. Shelli says:

    I intend to embrace each moment, each day, with zest and a fever for positive energy, peace, love, and FUN!

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  20. Jennifer says:

    My intention: KEEPING out of my comfort zone through accountability.
    The bigger my dreams the more I keep to myself. No accountability if they do not happen right?
    Scary yet exciting. This accountability helped me lose 20 pounds in 8 months.

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  21. Kim Hankin says:

    2013…honor & accept me in each moment.

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  22. Laura Keehn says:

    My intention for this year is to get healthly drop the weight I’ve been carrying since the birth of my son nine years ago. To continue to run which I learned that I enjoyed with the aid of a trainer last summer who encouraged me to run my first mud run last September. And may be run a few more short races this year. To become self confident again, after a work situation that robbed me of my ability to see that I am good at my choosen job and that I have valuble skills to offer to the medical field that I work in, To continue to work toward a degree in a the history field where my passion has always been, so that I can call myslef a historian, if nothing else comes of that degree, it will be finishing a personnal goal that was set a long time ago.. To be the best mother and wife that I can be and support both my son and husband in living their dreams ,desires, and lives free from the forces in the world that work to drag us all down.

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  23. Margot says:

    I vow to become the best me I can be.

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  24. I turned 50 this year and decided I did not want to grow old gracefully, but want to grow old GORGEOUSLY. The word I will use this year to focus my intention is WARRIOR GODDESS. What this means to me is to continue to create a life, body, mind, and heart that is strong, powerful, confident, sexy, gorgeous. I have found CrossFit and the Paleo diet have done amazing things for me the last few months and will continue to embrace, learn, and discover more about how they can support my intentions. Hello, Warrior Goddess. I feel alive with your energy, power, and confidence already.

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  25. Lisa S says:

    Find joy in the everyday, cooking wonderful meals for my family, running longer and faster, building upper body strength. Noticing the wealth of gifts in my life – family, nature, music, health, comfort. Giving generously.

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  26. Roni says:

    I intend to live without fear and enjoy life to its fullest.

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  27. cathy says:

    My 2013 intention is: “I WILL, I CAN”. I will repeat this several times a day to remind me of the infinite strength that lies within.

    I WILL and I CAN find new ways to move my business forward.
    I WILL and I CAN dig deep and nurture my soul and awaken my spirit.
    I WILL and I CAN push myself harder in all of my exercise pursuits.
    I WILL and I CAN live blissfully in the moment.
    I WILL and I CAN shrink my meningioma.
    I WILL and I CAN choose new experiences, instead of fear.
    I WILL and I CAN make 2013 my healthiest, best year yet!!

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  28. Jenny S says:

    This year I intend to welcome new positive experiences into my life and to follow synchronicity and intuition as they guide me forward. I intend to seek and find the best employment opportunity that will allow me to actualize my potential, help the greater good and take care of my active family. I intend to continue to enjoy time in the outdoors, with visitors from near and far, friends and family. I plan on getting in even better shape in 2013! Thank you.

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  29. Angela says:

    I will “show up” each day, providing nurishing food for my body and my outlook.
    I will “show up” each day with some form of physical activity and practices that are simply about caring for myself.
    I will “show up” each day, engaging my community and my family.

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  30. Brandie says:

    I want to be present in all that I do, from my workouts, to yoga, to my two, beautiful daughters. With the presence of mind, I can achieve my current goals: a Master’s in English and a 5K.

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  31. Tammy Thornton says:

    I am happy and hungry for what ever fate throws my way

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  32. Mindy Brinkman says:

    I will learn to accept obstaces more gracefully and laugh in the face of challenge

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  33. Robin Warnberg says:

    I intend to accept my work and go to God for more advice. I will lose 10% of my body fat this year while running 750 miles.

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  34. Cheryl R says:

    I intend to accept all of life’s challenges as gifts. To be more aware of those around me so I may encourage others to do what they didn’t think they were capable of, lift up those who are hurting, and help those around me see light when they are faced with darkness.

    I intend to lead by example in helping change my community with one smile, a helping hand or simple gesture of love one day at a time.

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  35. Sandy says:

    Intentionally challenge myself in 2013. I have a fit, healthy body and lifestyle and will work hard to stay young in mind and body.

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  36. Georgia says:

    My intentions are:
    to stop and relish the little gifts I come across each day,
    to honor my body with healthy food and exercise,
    to be patient with others,
    to acknowledge my gratitude for all that I have each day,
    to make time for quiet and breath.

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  37. Amy S says:

    My intention is to live in a way that inspires others in fitness without drawing attention to myself in a prideful way. I want to be beautiful and fit on the outside but to put the focus on the light that comes from within and serve one another in love.

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  38. Lydia Proenza says:

    My intension for this new year is to continuing to focus on all the positive things in my life and continue to be grateful daily for the many blessings bestowed me.

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  39. Nina Snyder says:

    I will inspire others by my determination and steadfastness to push myself to exercise hard, eat great, love much, and do all I can be the best person I can this year.

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  40. Anna says:

    My intention is to live each day inspired by the natural beauty of the earth and its inhabitants.

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  41. JJ says:

    This year my intention is to be more present in the moment and not worry about the millions of things waiting to be done. Love life, love people, and help others- every moment!

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  42. Leslie says:

    My intention is to listen to my body and move in the direction it craves

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  43. MB says:

    Spirit …fill me up with energies of love, peace, patience, kindness, & discernment each day, in order to go out with intention to love & serve all creation (nature, animals, humans) around me.

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  44. Beth Redden says:

    Ones intentions shows ones determination and courage therefor our intentions reflect on who we are.

    I wrote this at 12:01 am on January 1, 2013 when my friends and I had a quote ourselves contest. I love that we set goal and all for ourselves but I love my quote.

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  45. Jen says:

    I intend to run 500 more training miles in 2013.
    I intend to run 90 more hours in 2013.
    I intend to burn 37,000 more calories in 2013.

    Hurricane Sandy had other ideas in 2012.

    I intend to run the NYC Marathon in 2013.

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  46. Rachel says:

    To love myself as I love my children: unconditionally and for who they are, never for who I want them to be.

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  47. Evelyn says:

    My intention for this year is to simply to experience more of the space between my thoughts and notice the gap which is momentarily pure awareness. This is where all healing and all forgiveness is and therefore where I can more fully live in my true nature, which is Love! Searching for enlightenment, I have discovered is fruitless because it already lives within each of us. We can access it at any time and we can be at peace. This non-experience of pure awareness is our natural state. I have noticed that this is where I have more energy, less stress and an easiness with others and myself. I intend to become more of my true Self.

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  48. Renee says:

    To use the wakeup call and time my body has given me to heal from the inside out.

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  49. Fiauna says:

    As a naturally competitive person, I sometimes want to celebrate my successes and fail to celebrate the successes of others. This year I set my intention to fully embrace and celebrate the successes of others. I will share joy, celebrate success, and help others find confidence while building confidence within myself.

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  50. Yvonne says:

    I intend to: Be kind. Seek peace. Build friendships. Break barriers. Pay it forward. Laugh loudly. Smile often. Be beautiful from the inside out. Drink herbal tea. Sing on key. Uphold others. Live fully and love deeply.

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  51. Dee says:

    This year I will laugh with my family everyday, dig deep down into my heart at every moment, and motivate with the essence of a healthy, loving and powerful woman!

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  52. Jessica Waytashek says:

    My intention for the new year is to inspire others to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

    The year 2013 is going to be an exciting adventure. I am starting a personal training practice and will receive my bachelors degree in health and wellness management. Through a combination of personal and educational experience, I will help people improve their lives by taking care of themselves.

    As women, we need to nurture and take care of ourselves and motivate others to do the same. Life is busy, life is crazy, life is an adventure. We need to be conditioned to tackle whatever comes our way in an enthusiastic and confident way!

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  53. Lulu says:

    I intend to win a gift certificate ;-) But seriously, I intend to keep my body moving and to find work that resonantes with my heart and spirit.

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  54. Jennifer L says:

    I will remain focused, making all choices presented to me with mindfulness and deliberation.

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  55. Caitlin says:

    I will trade uncertainty for trust in abundant possibility.

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  56. Melana says:

    i will appreciate what is and improve what can be by being present and aware.

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  57. Linda DeLaura says:

    My intentions are to be less judgemental; of others and myself. I also intend to be more physically active and get in touch with my body again. I am much happier person when I am in good physical shape.

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  58. Ellen says:

    This year I will fan the flame of passion to be strong and healthy mind, body, and soul which will initiate the desire to live a sustainable, enlightened, and inspirational way of being in myself, family, community, and world to bring positive change.

    This year I will :

    Help others achieve their health and fitness goals
    Run my first obstacle race
    Rock Climb stronger and higher than ever have
    Inspire friends and family to go after their dreams and goals by achieving my own

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  59. Dawn says:

    I am purposeful in my thoughts and actions regarding my body, my mind and spirit. Nourishing these three allow me to be a leader of happiness for my family and roll with all the challenges life may present.

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  60. Danyelle says:

    2012 was a year of great success for me. I achieved things I had dreamed about for years. Looking back now, it seems almost whimsical. I took a bad health situation and turned it into my favor. I decided to change my lifestyle. I’ve tried them all, but diets have never worked for me in the past. I turned 35 in September and as you can image being considered “medically obese” since age 15 has had a profound impact on my self-esteem. It’s one of those things where you don’t sit around eating cookies all day, and your day job doesn’t always lend itself to normal hours where you can keep an exercise routine (even though you try, even when your body aches…and yea, to some people that sounds like a cop out, but then you’ve never walked in my shoes). Anyway, looking down the barrel at 20 years was hard to process. I didn’t want another 20 years of what I’ve been getting out my body, so it was time to change! My journey thus far has been two-fold. On March 1, 2012 I started “watching what I eat.” This quickly turned into my eating only twice a day. Very unhealthy, but I was loosing some weight. Thankfully, the self-esteem I’ve worked so hard to build up over the years spoke up inside of me! “Eat! Enjoy the ride or this will be just like every other time…the weight will come back.” So that’s what I did. On June 5, 2012, I started eating and enjoying my food. Small portions, several times throughout the day. Why stuff myself? Will I not feed myself when I am hungry? Yes. I learned to listen to my body for when and how much to eat instead of listening to my emotions. All the years of emotional eating did not go away overnight, and there are times I still struggle, but I honor my body and emotions separately…not through food! So what’s the point? What’s the great success I achieved? Well, for me, eating healthy, enjoying it, and being aware of my emotions while eating…I lost 80 pounds in 8 months! I went from size 18-20 jeans to size 10 and from XXL shirts to size L or XL. I have such a sense of pride and accomplishment! Not in a cocky way, but I have dreamed of this for so long! I have donated all of my old clothes because I know I will be able to keep the weight off this time. And instead of simply “surviving” all the food around at Thanksgiving and Christmas, I actually ate and enjoyed!
    So what about 2013??? What is my #1 Intention this year? Self-Love. Believing my true Value. You would think I would be loving myself up & down like there’s no tomorrow, and to a certain degree I am. There are so many years of painful memories to grieve and let go of. That’s what I want for 2013. I want to let go of the past and really truly LIVE in my today! =)

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  61. Intentions have been something that I’ve been thinking a lot about lately and it’s my word for 2013. I love this post because it definitely speaks to many of the reasons why setting intentions really resonates with me right now.

    My intention is: I will be fearless in pursuing my dreams and I will embrace life with gratitude.

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  62. Gina says:

    This year I plan to live life fully with no regrets. To allow myself to command my own destiny. To embrace the happiness that I know will follow the storm. And to never question my self worth, again.

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  63. Melody says:

    My intention can be summed up in one word: BALANCE. I mean this as all forms of the word – the noun, which will keep an even keel between work/play, self/others and, hopefully, expand my capacity to love and ALSO the verb, which brings the physical body to its ideal state, well-used, but not ignored or overworked. In seeking balance, the uneven pull of all aspects of life might be smoothed out to a rounder, more fluid existence.

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  64. PhillyLass says:

    My intention is to commit to a daily act of self-care for all of 2013. I’m interpreting self-care broadly to include cooking a healthy meal, making time to reconnect with an old friend, getting on the mat for my yoga practice, buying some fresh flowers for my home, etc. I’m hoping this will help build momentum for establishing a happier, healthier, more balanced life. Namaste and happy New Year everyone!!!

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  65. Rosalba says:

    Achieve the pinnacle of physical performance with the body and genes I was given.
    Give it 300% and don’t look back!! Work hard, play hard, workout harder!!!

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  66. Amy says:

    My intention is to be present and appreciate the beauty in every moment in 2013.

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  67. Hydi Peterson says:

    My intention is to say “thank you” often, live so I don’t have to say “I’m sorry”, but when I fail to say “I’m sorry” quickly and to work to change so I don’t make the same mistake again. To love fully and to live a year of gratitude.

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  68. Nicole says:

    I am confident, healthy and at my perfect weight for me right now. I am nourishing my body physically and mentally. I am giving unconditional love in my relationships with others.

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  69. Dawn says:

    I am ready to go confidently in the direction of my unfathomable dreams.

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  70. Ava says:

    I intend to find myself…by making peace with myself and reaching forward. I will strive to be liberated in taking risks to better my life and this world that has been given to me.

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  71. Molly McGuire says:

    My intent is to find the now. I quit my second job to free up my weekends and re-enrolled in Bikram to find my center, too much stress was consuming my life.

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  72. Emily says:

    I am happy to continue to grow in strength, health and love, and I set my intention towards building bridges this year.

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  73. Romy says:

    Each new day I will be a better mom, wife, friend, athlete, instructor, lover, citizen, whole living being than the “person” I was the day before each new day. (ergo…tomorrow I will be better than today, and I will manifest this intention and put it into practice each sunrise!) (I will also complete my RYT 200 hours!)

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  74. Connie says:

    Every day is a new day, and the first of the rest of my life. I will live with purpose, exercise with strength, and eat to enjoy and taste as well as fuel my body properly. I am 52 years old, and am determined to live this way every day not only for myself, but as an example to my children. Oh, and try not to worry so much. :)

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  75. J says:

    To learn the difference between fantasies and dreams. They are not the same!

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  76. Lisa Deppey says:

    I intend to never say “I have to work out” and instead say “I get to work out!” It’s all in the attitude.

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  77. Linda says:

    I will train with focus and dedication as I prepare for my first 1/2 Ironman race in 2013. On race day, I will give 110% and finish knowing that I did my very best. I can’t wait!!

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  78. Melinda G says:

    I intend to be a font of kindness in this world this year. To myself, to my friends, my family and random people I encounter along the way.

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  79. Claudine Jackson says:

    My intentions for 2013 is to be the best version of myself that I can be…accepting my imperfections while using my body, mind and soul to their highest ability. No regrets and all love in 2013<3

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  80. I will remember that I am the only me that will ever be. That is special. I owe it to you, and me to be just that, the most authentic me that I can.
    (I would like to be that incredible self in a cute sweater from Athleta, just sayin’)

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  81. Alison Roberts says:

    Appreciate healthy and family!

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  82. Kimberly Long says:

    I intend to run a 10k…almost a year to the day after I ran my very first 5k!

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  83. Donna Summers says:

    This year my intention is to continue to discover that my body can do more today than it could do yesterday.

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  84. My intention is to be the best example of health and fitness to my friends, clients, family and the youth of the world. It’s through motivating one another and living life as we preach it to others we can all support, care for, and help one another.

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  85. Charlotte says:

    This year I will strive to be more patient and keep focus on my goals.

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  86. Kelly says:

    Actions speak louder than words. I intent to be more active in my intentions…..to give and do more for others, to increase my physical activity, to eat healthy, and to explore what the world has to offer.

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  87. Theresa says:

    This year I will not allow stress and problems to guide my choices; rather I will follow my heart and spirit in my daily life.

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  88. Jackie Moore says:

    I am a fit and happy person but one can always be more.
    I will focus more
    Reach out more
    Give of myself more
    These things are hard to do sometimes but well worth doing.

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  89. Tiffany says:

    I am facing an early stage endometrial cancer diagnosis and am a diabetic. My kids are 7 and 8 and I do everything I can to make they and my husband happy. I need an opportunity to do something for me. This is time to exercise, I need this for me. Which will also mean for them too. They need me here and well.

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  90. "M" says:

    Focused on working on my CORE and staying fit throughout 2013!

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  91. Kathy says:

    to find balance, to be more patient and compassionate, to run a 25k trail run in 3:30 or less, and to drink more water.

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  92. Jennifer says:

    My intention this year is to take life one breath at a time… to slow down and appreciate all of the experiences my health and harmony have to offer.

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  93. dawnleslie says:

    to breathe, stay focused and strong!

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  94. Embrace my true self with honor and respect, and provide my body with love and gratitude for carrying me through this life. Smile at myself every day and say “You are beautiful!” … and mean it!

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  95. Templa Wyatt says:

    My intention is to stay on the path of the active lifestyle that has lead me to this wonderful age of 50 so I can continue through the next 50 years feeling as good as I do right now!

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  96. Magdelene says:

    To not just get through each day, but to actually enjoy each day and become stronger inside and out, one step at a time.

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  97. Nicole Weidensaul says:

    Everyday I will be the best version of myself that I can be.

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  98. Magdelene says:

    To not just get through each day, but to actually enjoy each day and become stronger inside and out, one step at a time.

    (Fixed my email address).

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  99. Danielle Weston says:

    I intend to appreciate the sunrise, the landscape, the neighbors and all of the other things I pass regularly on my runs, bike rides and walks. True beauty appears everyday for us on our outdoor adventures. Looking for beauty anywhere else is futile.

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  100. amy annis says:

    To branch out and give back to the community I love through monthly donation-only yoga classes in unexpected places. Pretty sure this is what I was born to do.

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