from wild sea wellness'
One of my favorite intention setting meditations involves the Sankalpa. Sankalpa is Sanskrit (roughly) for "heartfelt desire." It's an intention that you imagine (and also, know and trust) is already in existence. You refer to it in the present tense. For instance, if you want to be freed from some pattern of behavior, person, or situation, instead of saying "I want to be free" you say "I AM free." I incorporate this meditation into some of my classes and workshops. It's pretty easy and accessible, so here's a quick way to get into that vibrational space.
Take a comfortable seat with a tall spine. Imagine you are connected deep into the earth below through your root, and are lifted and expanded through your crown to the universe above. As above, so below, you become a conduit of energy. Imagine white or golden light streaming down into your crown, through your third eye (seat of intuition), and into your heart center. At the same time, deep red, primal, energetic light rises from below and transitions into the color green in your heart center. Watch as the light streams from both directions and blends in the heart center, a golden green color. As this light swirls and dances, it illuminates the Sankalpa. See, feel, and know what that seed of intention is. Then imagine taking that seed from your heart space and planting it into the earth to grow down with its roots and up with its stalk, infinitely, outward into the universe above.