The reality is that most of our life operates on auto-pilot. We do what we do, get what we get, struggle with the same things over and over again because approximately 95+% of our brain functions are set on auto-pilot. We are not actually thinking about most of what we do or say. For this reason, setting intentions is very important. The act of setting an intention moves an experience out of auto-pilot mode into the actively conscious mode and affords us an opportunity to be choiceful, to exercise some self-determination. In this exercise, Adina explains how to set an intention.