Motivation

Motivation

In general, it is what creates an incentive or urge to do or avoid something. Motivation is the drive that determines behavior, based on a desire you have.

The word motivation is used in this Method in the ordinary sense of the word. The Method distinguishes two distinct types: Direct Motivation and Indirect Motivation.

Indirect Motivation is a key concept in this holistic psychological Method

 

Studying your own motivation by means of the Motivation Check makes it possible to self-assess the quality of your Sense your Self, another key concept in this Method. Assessing your Sense of Self is useful because, if you discover you have a Lack of (Healthy) Sense of Self, you may want to decide to work on getting a Restored Sense of Self. This would improve your own quality of life, as well as the world as a whole.

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