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Motivation

Motivation is the set of forces, factors and interior processes directing an individual's actions and behaviours. It is important to know what plays a role in our subconscious to find her back when it is not there.

Motivation is the individual's ability to organize their behaviour in a given direction, toward certain goals, following the input from outside, and based on specific internal controls.


Motivation involves emotional, social, biological, and cognitive forces that activate our wish or impulse to act. The sources of motivation are different for each individual; therefore, finding the causes of the lack of motivation is also an individual process.


Motivation and self-motivation are the emotion behind any kind of change. We need motivation for almost everything in our life. It is the energy we need to get out of our comfort zone. With little energy available, dreams do not go far; it is only when we feel that we need to move (Latin e-motion=e-more) that we change. Logic makes us think, but emotions make us act.


Motivation disappears when we are in conflict with what is essential for us. Many factors can contribute to this situation: an abrupt change in private or professional activities; a disappointment or a painful loss; a lack of stimuli or encouragement; having set targets above means; questioning own values and basic needs during a period of change.


Hypnosis is a successful way of producing powerful motivations that contribute to change by replacing damaging behaviours and attitudes, facing symptoms with a positive approach, and developing resources to increase self-esteem.





Are you experiencing a lack of motivation? Want to stop this cycle, and get motivated with effective therapy?

Our Hypnotherapists and Psychologists can help you stop your lack of motivation and find new motivations in your life.

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