As I was biking with Snow White to see my dearest friend and hairdresser this morning, two bikers were biking towards me at high speed without taking into consideration the narrow road that we were on. Of course I slowed down. My safety and well being was my inner motivation.
When I encounter situations in life that do not align with my standards and expectations, I examine and ask myself what my inner motivation is. I remind myself the reason of my actions and I am transported immediately to a space of peace.
As humans we experience turbulence in our emotional domain. It is quite normal. How we navigate those choppy waters helps us land back on our feet.
What is your inner motivation that prompts you to be the person you are?
This might be a useful practice to observe for this week. What do you think?
2 thoughts on “My Inner Motivation”
Always to peace. Does that make you Liberal and weak? NO! Bike safe with Snow White my dearest friend x
Not at all. It’s actually empowering. I allow for others mistakes consciously and remind myself about my inner motivation.