“Does a firm persuasion that a thing is so, make it so?
He replied, “All poets believe that it does.
And in ages of imagination, this firm persuasion removed mountains
But many are not capable of a firm persuasion of anything”
~ from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake
William Blake’s passage from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell is the basis of overcoming obstacles to the unlimited power of intention. Blake is telling us that poets have an inexhaustible imagination and consequently an unlimited ability to make something so. He also reminds us that many aren’t capable of such a firm persuasion. You are encouraged to first consider what you want to manifest in your lives and hold that thought firmly in their imagination. Only after this is solidified one should examine and consider the obstacles. Often people are unaware that obstructions are self-imposed. Learning to identify ways in which you’re creating your own obstacles is tremendously enlightening if you’re willing to explore this area of your life. You may discover the obstacles that keep you from a firm persuasion of anything.
Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer