Originally Posted by SecretSeven
Yes, but what happens if people had opposite intentions? So, lets say that one person had an intention to get a promotion, and the other person had an intention to get that promotion...who would get it?
Steve has written that there is only one subjective reality, so two people don't have intentions to get a promotion, there is only one consciousness that has intentions. So if two people want a promotion, there is a conflict within that consciousness.
If there's more than one consciousness, the strongest intender wins and the other becomes doubtful. If both have equally strong intentions... I see no way to account for that. Maybe one would get a job-offering of a similar status in another company, but that seems a bit of a cop-out. If they both intend to get the specific same job-position... I don't know.