Setting a New Year’s intention is a way to connect to what you want to create in the coming months; getting specific about what you want and declaring it to the world is a powerful method to manifest and embody your Action.New Year’s intentions can be a means to focus your efforts and a tool to harness your precious energy and where you spend your time. The Bhagavad Gita, one of the most-revered texts by yoga teachers, owing to its themes of Faith, Attachment, Letting Go, Duty, Devotion, and Action (among others), cautions against getting attached to a desired outcome. When setting a New Year’s intention, let go of all preconceived ideas of what you prefer and bring your attention to the process. Yoga reminds us that the practice is the point; the journey is far more enticing and exciting than the destination. Devoting yourself to the yoga of action—action for action’s sake—may allow you to enjoy setting New Year’s intentions as you reflect on where you’ve been, where you are, and where you hope to go.