Run desktop shortcut in open PowerShell session

In order to save resources I would like to know if it is possible to run a desktop shortcut (which just starts a PowerShell script) in the already open PS Console, rather than create a new instance. Whatever I put in the shortcut Start In box has no effect.

This is the Target I am using, which works but in a new process, albeit minimized as checked in the shortcut.

 Powershell.exe -NoProfile -Command "& 'd:\scripts\test.ps1'"

If you like to run the script you specified as the “target” of a shortcut on the desktop you can call it with the complete path of the script in the already open PS console.

'd:\scripts\test.ps1’
There’s no way I know of to have the shortcut running the script in a proper way by double click AND inside of an open PS console.

Many thanks. That is all I need to know; I just thought there might be a neat way of doing this.