Definitions for "INTENTION"
The mind's sense of the prevalence of one set of influences over another set; an effect whose cause is the imminence, immediate or remote, of the performance of an involuntary act.
A stretching or bending of the mind toward an object; closeness of application; fixedness of attention; earnestness.
The object toward which the thoughts are directed; end; aim.
The belief in the Roman Catholic church that the efficacy of the administration of a sacrament is dependant on the priest having the proper intent.
Conscious or willful purpose to do something. In terms of moral theology, intention is associated with moral responsibility for an action. In terms of sacramental theology, proper intention is required on the part of the minister of the sacrament or sacramental rite. If the proper intention is lacking, the sacrament or sacramental rite is not understood to be valid.
Focused energy on a certain outcome or belief.
The purpose or desired outcome of any behavior.
To will a thing and to focus upon that will which is more than mere whim or simple desire, is intention.
a desire plus an ability (at least a felt ability)
the direction of thought or light by the attentional principle. Intention is the force that enables the attentional principle to travel through the inner realms in the technique of direct projection, and to empower the transformational mantra revealed in the Mudrashram® Master Course in Meditation.
a direction that we want to move in to the best of our ability, despite difficulties we might encounter
The building stress of the Tensor Field to form compoundments of itself driven by the hierarchy of the language of Mathematica. (See below).
The status (i.e. adopted or rejected) of an option within the present future or stated intentions.
a profound mindbody decision to do, be or have something in your future
In the criminal law, intention is one of the three general classes of mens rea necessary to constitute a conventional as opposed to strict liability crime.
Keywords:  apprehension, mental, object
Any mental apprehension of an object.
a powerful unfolding of life manifested from the heart and supported by spirit
Keywords:  webster, york, way, act, determination
A determination to act in a certain way or to do a certain thing; purpose; design; as, an intention to go to New York.
a determination to act in a certain way (Webster)
Intention is not always apparent from behaviour, is regarded as highly important for the person doing the behaviour, and is the reason or purpose behind the behaviour.
Keywords:  strained, intension, see
The state of being strained. See Intension.
Keywords:  fulfilling, need, way, material, you
a way of fulfilling a certain need that you have, whether that need is for material
a piece of information which can be attached to a signature
Keywords:  commitment, plan, perform
a commitment to perform a plan
Keywords:  character, your, you
What you and/or your character will do.
Keywords:  originates
a state that originates from within, not from without