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Motivation
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The concept of finding inspiration within and seeking guidance from a higher power includes the view that motivation is not just found outside of ourselves but may also be found within. It emphasizes the idea that people always have a ready supply of inspiration and motivation. By looking inward and developing a connection with our inner selves, we can access a source of inspiration that is unaffected by external circumstances or fluctuations.

When we call for a higher power's help, we accept that there is a force or presence outside of ourselves that can offer assistance, knowledge, and inspiration to direct our actions. It appreciates the importance of directing our intents and goals toward something greater than ourselves, whether that something is a divine presence, a higher power, the universe, or something else entirely. We allow the influence of this greater power into our existence by reaching out to it and opening ourselves up to it. We do this in order to ask for its help in discovering clarity, purpose, and strength.

When one combines internal motivation with the desire to establish a spiritual connection, self-discovery, and spiritual connection interact in a dynamic way. It acknowledges our interconnectedness and the innate power that each of us holds. This concept pushes us to find a balanced approach to motivation, one that taps into our inner resources while remaining open to guidance and inspiration from a higher force.


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Motivation often seems like rain. There are days when it pours and others when it dries up. But deep within you is a well of motivation you can go to anytime. Are you ready to dig? Start by breathing deeply. Turn your feelings inward, to your own spirit, and upward, towards your higher power. Open yourself to become more spiritually sensitive as you consider these questions. What are the three most important things I need to do today? When you think you know what they are, answer this. If you had to remove two of these things from your life, and never accomplish them, which one of the three would you keep? Why is this task important to you? What will happen if you accomplish this? And what is the smallest step you can take right now to make it happen? Lastly, open your spirit and ask God for the energy to take that first step. Take two more slow breaths. And go.

Watching Now
Motivation
Motivation
Skylight • 03:39

The concept of finding inspiration within and seeking guidance from a higher power includes the view that motivation is not just found outside of ourselves but may also be found within. It emphasizes the idea that people always have a ready supply of inspiration and motivation. By looking inward and developing a connection with our inner selves, we can access a source of inspiration that is unaffected by external circumstances or fluctuations.

When we call for a higher power's help, we accept that there is a force or presence outside of ourselves that can offer assistance, knowledge, and inspiration to direct our actions. It appreciates the importance of directing our intents and goals toward something greater than ourselves, whether that something is a divine presence, a higher power, the universe, or something else entirely. We allow the influence of this greater power into our existence by reaching out to it and opening ourselves up to it. We do this in order to ask for its help in discovering clarity, purpose, and strength.

When one combines internal motivation with the desire to establish a spiritual connection, self-discovery, and spiritual connection interact in a dynamic way. It acknowledges our interconnectedness and the innate power that each of us holds. This concept pushes us to find a balanced approach to motivation, one that taps into our inner resources while remaining open to guidance and inspiration from a higher force.


View Transcript
Motivation often seems like rain. There are days when it pours and others when it dries up. But deep within you is a well of motivation you can go to anytime. Are you ready to dig? Start by breathing deeply. Turn your feelings inward, to your own spirit, and upward, towards your higher power. Open yourself to become more spiritually sensitive as you consider these questions. What are the three most important things I need to do today? When you think you know what they are, answer this. If you had to remove two of these things from your life, and never accomplish them, which one of the three would you keep? Why is this task important to you? What will happen if you accomplish this? And what is the smallest step you can take right now to make it happen? Lastly, open your spirit and ask God for the energy to take that first step. Take two more slow breaths. And go.


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