Motivational Videos and Advice these days revolves around pumping yourself up, pushing through and doing what inspires you. What happens when you are doing things that don’t inspire you? Can you maintain your motivation through these times? In this video, Teal Swan gives a priceless motivational tip for finding the self serving motive even when we are doing those tasks that we don’t want to do.
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Teal Swan is a revolutionary for personal transformation and is one of The Most Spiritually Influential Living People in the world. As a renowned author, speaker and social media star, she travels the world teaching self-development and teaching people how to transform their emotional, mental, physical and spiritual pain.
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Kuan Yin’s Mantra (c) 2002 Lisa Thiel
Ending Song: Our Game – YAIMA
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