I’m demotivated

When we slip from our routines, when we ‘fall off the wagon’, miss our workout, overeat, miss something out, sleep in, basically run out of steam, our conditioned response is to fight it, dig in, toughen-up and push harder.

That resistance leads us to fall further, the negative energy where we are fighting what is leads to further demotivation.

If we choose, however, to accept that we are a little tired, or demotivated, or suffering a deeper internal mental turmoil, then the letting go brings a break in the cycle, it allows us to breathe, it allows us to relax and just go with the flow of it.

Usually when we ‘hit the buffers’ it is a sign to stop, to relax, to change our routine, to just go with it. That way we can move on instead of continuing the battle with it and the struggle only gets tougher.

If we trust out feelings, then we will know that the mind is troubled and causing this demotivation, that is the point to accept these feelings, identifying them allows us to become conscious and present, it allows us to detach from these mental struggles that have brought the fatigue, the struggle, the lack of motivation.

Let go, accept, breathe and stop fighting…peace will come and motivation will return to us now.

2.6 billion chances

Every unfolding moment, this second, is a new opportunity to do something different, if we feel we want to. If we are stuck, we can change it.

Over the course of a typical life, that is 2.6 billion opportunities to change something. Yet we feel ‘I’ve blown it, there’s no second chances!’…insane, eh?

Never stay stuck, ignore the fear of the mind, which we alone create if we choose to, and just start something new…now. Now is where everything happens and it is the eternal never ending present moment, the moment that our real life plays out and not in the endless thoughts of our mind and its fears.