May 12, 2020
Many people are well-acquainted with the power of intention to manifest their projects, their desires, even their businesses. But intent could be also be taken into our relationships and used to transform us into better individuals, partners, and human beings. At the beginning of our relationship, my wife, Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky, and I set the tone of our life together by creating our foundations through intent. Rainbow is the founder and owner of the Artsy Goddess Studio. A brilliant artist born and raised in Denmark, Rainbow brings creativity not only in her work but also in our relationship, where she cultivates ‘intentional coziness’.
In this episode, Rainbow and I share stories of how we met, how we built the foundation of our relationship through intention, and the role of improv in our life as a couple. We discuss how we continue to create intent in our relationship, especially while we spend our time in quarantine. We illustrate how conscious intent impacts our everyday interactions and help us become the people we want to be. We also share how you can use visualization to create and manifest intent into your life as well as describe how your intentions program the brain.
“Intention brings up how we want to co-create our relationship together.” - Yvonne Rainbow Teplitsky
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Theme music “These Streets” provided by Adi the Monk