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Motivating Your Spirit
Find Time to Connect with Spirit
From time to time, although I teach, lecture, offer advice, and connect with Spirit, even I need to stop occasionally to motivate my own spirit. It’s so important that you make time for these all too important activities in your daily routine.
No matter how much you might be an expert in your field, or that you excel in a sport or artistic activity, it’s essential to feel motivated; otherwise, you might not achieve your full potential. I know that when people are motivated, they’re excited about their life, work, and relationships. Most importantly, they feel they’re investing time in something worthwhile that’s for their higher good. Being motivated also improves performance and makes your own personal efficiency in time and energy better, too!
Motivating Your Spirit has Its Advantages
By motivating yourself and your spirit, you will encourage everyone around you to feel the benefits. Being motivated creates a positive attitude towards life. It makes you more adaptable to cope with change, whether that’s at work or home. Sometimes, you must stop and clear away some of the clutter in your life that just gets in the way. Often, that clutter causes irritation and dissatisfaction.
I feel, as we start to get towards the end of another year, it’s a great time to check in with yourself. See what is working or what’s not, and ask yourself: “Is it time I need to make some changes and motivate my spirit?”
I believe we ALL need to do this. With the world in a constant, shifting pattern of change, it becomes even more important to take time out for yourself. So, I hope this article does just what it should — to inspire you to motivate your spirit.
This week, take some time out for yourself. See which areas of your life need some work. Where do you feel stuck, or what needs changing? It can be quite simple things, or you might decide it’s time for a major change, such as changing jobs, moving house, or making changes to a long-term relationship that has run its course.
Personalize your motivational approach, so it is unique to you! Ask yourself some simple and basic questions, such as:
- Am I doing what I want to do?
- Am I achieving what I feel I can achieve?
- Does my body feel healthy and in sync between body, mind and soul?
- Do I feel good about myself?
Don’t be impatient and expect answers immediately, but wait. They will come, even when you least expect. Once you embark on that journey of small changes to your life, you will feel the strength of your spirit grow, and the process of motivating your spirit will have started.
Live a Soul-filled life!
About the Author:
John Holland is an artist, author, public speaker, and psychic medium. To learn more about John Holland, visit http://www.johnholland.com.