How to Transform Despair into Unstoppable Motivation?
By Felicity Muscat
Are you one of the many people who have trouble with motivation? You are not alone. It is extremely common to simply feel unmotivated to do the things we need to do. But as common as this feeling is, it is not our natural state at all. While motivation experts have made millions of dollars telling people how to get off the couch and do what they need to do, their students quite often just end up struggling with motivation yet again.
Here is how most people teach motivation classes:
- Write down your goals.
- Imagine what it would feel like to have those goals already achieved.
- Feel motivated and get to work!
The problem with this format is that the motivation you feel from visualising your goals like this is only temporary. All too soon your motivation will wane again and it will get harder and harder to work toward your goals. Eventually you will feel a sense of despair when you think of your goals. You might start self-sabotaging, deliberately distracting yourself and taking your mind off your goals. Everything else becomes more important than accomplishing your biggest goals – washing the laundry, organising your closet, getting together with friends, or even clipping the dog’s toenails. Once you get to the stage of clipping the dog’s toenails you realise that you are doing really dumb things to avoid thinking about your real work, so you try to refocus on your goal. But this period of motivation lasts even less time before you start to lose interest again.
Some people look to coaches to give them a swift kick in the rear to get going. Your coach’s strategies may be kind and gentle, or they may be harsh and mean, but all are meant to help you realise what you need to be doing to meet your goals and to actually do it. Even this motivation is often short-lived, however, and the repercussions are even worse. Now you have someone else you are accountable to, which means that when you inevitably start procrastinating now, you also feel like a bad person because you have to tell your coach you have been procrastinating.
Eventually you start to have a feeling of despair, and the very thought of your goals is enough to make you start being depressed. This is not how we are supposed to be feeling about our life dreams and ambitions!
I have seen this problem in client after client, and I want to share with you a method that actually works because it addresses the root problem of your procrastination instead of just kicking your butt to get moving.
Why Psychology, NLP, the Sedona Method, and the Six Step Strategies programs to motivation don’t work?
We all have a network of experiences that make up who we are. Some of these experiences are negative and some are positive. Each experience creates an overall energetic feeling in our core. All the negative experiences we have had cause energetic debris to pile up and sit on our energy field. All this debris, or baggage, acts as an emotional straitjacket that actually confines you and keeps you from doing the things you know you need to do. So every time you visualise a goal and formulate a plan to make it happen, this emotional debris weighs you down and keeps you from being able to act on it.
Imagine trying to run a race with an extra 50kg strapped on to your back. You can imagine getting to the finish line and how great you will feel once you get there all you want, but it is going to get harder and harder to take each step to get there. Eventually you might collapse, exhausted, and decide that getting to the finish line just isn’t worth it. If we do make it to the finish line, we will be too tired and sore to even enjoy it. The emotional baggage that each of us carries around is essentially that extra 50kg. If we can get rid of our emotional baggage, just like if we can throw off the 50kg weight, it will become infinitely easier and more pleasant to reach our goals.
If the motivation experts you listen to don’t make you feel like you are shedding that 50kg in emotional baggage, then they are not addressing the root problem that causes you to procrastinate and despair. If you don’t feel lightweight and effortless, then you are fighting through energetic muck and mud – you are fighting a battle you don’t need to fight.
How to solve the problem of emotional baggage and negative energy?
What can you do, you ask, to create this effortless and weightless feeling of motivation and energy without having to depend on a motivational guru?
It’s simple, though it’s harder than it sounds. You have to get rid of the energy debris that is stored in your unconscious mind. Some years ago the creation of the Mind Resonance Process revolutionised the way we understand and work with memory energies. Through this process, you can become the authentic, fully-expressed, best version of yourself. When you think of your goals, instead of feeling defeated, you can feel unstoppable.
Most of us carry around memories of failure, humiliation, and disappointment. Some of us have been abused or neglected. Many of us have felt loneliness and loss. The popular saying is that “what does not kill us makes us stronger,” but these memories prove that saying to be false: they have a negative emotional charge that depletes our Life Force Energy.
Life Force Energy, or LFE, is the source of all our positive emotional resources. Everything that makes us happy and capable comes from our LFE, including:
- Emotional resilience
- Sense of adventure
- And much more
LFE isn’t just what makes us happy; it’s literally what keeps us alive and unites our mind to our body.
So our negative memories might not have killed us in the moment but they’re not making us stronger; they’re depleting our LFE and slowly killing us minute by minute.
If you look closely at your negative debris, it becomes obvious that it is giving you a negative perception of yourself, others, and even of life itself. These negative memories make you feel like a victim, and they make life feel like a burden. They lead to despair.
The good news is that you can permanently and completely erase this emotional debris from your energetic field. When you do this, you can take control of your motivation again and propel yourself forward in your life.
As you address your negative memories and remove your emotional debris, your LFE becomes vibrant again and your mind and body become optimally re-integrated. You come back to life. In my practice, I have witnessed thousands of individuals gain new energy, motivation, joy, radiance, and optimism. I have even seen them improve in their health and overall wellness.
When you revitalise your LFE, you come alive. You will feel vibrant, and enjoy an unstoppable zest for life. Let me show you how to take control of your life again! I designed the Institute of Self Mastery to help people like you become your highest and most authentic self, and to enjoy life and live with effortless success.
Felicity Muscat is the Founder of The Institute of Self Mastery which was created to help others fulfil the truest, highest, and most authentic expression of themselves in all areas of life.
If you have tried other approaches that have failed and are ready for change, request a complimentary introductory phone/Skype coaching consultation to help you get started on your journey back to your peak performing empowered and alive self today. To learn more and explore others’ success stories, download Felicity’s eBooks.
Felicity Muscat, former psychologist is now an international self-esteem, self-empowerment, and self-mastery life coach. Felicity is also a relationship and success coach, author of three best-selling books and Level 3 mind resonance coach.
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