The Intention Challenge for May: heal a troubled relationship

Lynne McTaggart

Are you willing to change the energy between you and someone you’re not getting along with?   Most people have been taught to use intention only to ‘fix’ something in themselves – their health, or bank balance, or career. They can’t see how it can change difficult situations, particularly when it comes to other people.

But there’s so much more that intention can help with. You can use intention to heal relationships or overcome the deepest of divides. It can assist you in understanding other people’s differences and connecting with them better.

Here’s your chance to heal a difficult relationship, whether it’s with your partner, parents, children, co-workers, friends or even your boss.

That’s why I’ve started The Intention Challenge.  It’s your opportunity to join thousands to transform hate and fear into love.

Watch this video to find out more about how to carry out the challenge: Intention Challenge (

The Intention Challenge:  how to post your results

If you’ve decided to take the Intention Challenge, and change the energy between you and someone you’re not getting along from hate to love, remember, once a day or even a few times a week, set aside 5 or 10 minutes to send loving intention to that person.

Once you’ve chosen the person whose relationship you’d like to heal, here’s what to send each time.

Think this in your head:

‘My intention is to send my love with an open heart to (name).’

Then take it down to your heart as you imagine you and that person acting lovingly toward each other.  See the relationship healed in your mind’s eye.

Observe what happens to your relationship.  Does it change in any way?

If so, what happened?  Post any reactions here.



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Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books, including the worldwide international bestsellers The Power of Eight, The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond, all considered seminal books of the New Science and now translated into some 30 languages.

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3 comments on “The Intention Challenge for May: heal a troubled relationship”

  1. Thank you so much for starting this important challenge! It is what we all collectively need!
    Forgiving myself for not seeing another person as loveable and sending love instead of anger, frustration or disappointment because this person does not meet my expectations is what I really want to do!!!!!

  2. there are some trolls on here, not related to the intention. Please stop this trolling. Thank you.

  3. Your article really opened my eyes, thank you for sharing! We hope you will share more with us! Wishing you a happy time with your family and planet clicker free.

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