“Before I learned about Logosynthesis, I believed that thoughts about money are true or false. Now I know that all thoughts are just thoughts. They come and go and are not solid and they can be changed.”—A workshop participant
Frozen Energy Leaves Clues
What conversation are you afraid to have?
What task do you keep putting off?
There’s a reason that each person avoided doing these useful activities. You may think that what isn’t being done is the problem, but it’s really a little more complicated than that.
Simply by learning to live in this world, you experienced situations that overwhelmed you. When this happened, some of your energy froze around that experience and left a tiny part of you behind as you continued to grow and change.
These left-behind parts have agendas of their own. The reason one part (B) may be blocking another part (A) is because B imagines that doing what A suggests will cause you to feel the distress you felt when you were unable to manage a similar problem in your past.
It is in those images of the past or fantasies of the future where your energy is frozen. Finding and releasing that blocked energy and letting it flow so you can use it in your life is what the Logosynthesis process is about.
Logosynthesis is Simple and Profound
This process is based on a few simple ideas and is implemented by saying three simple sentences.
The ideas are:
Jennifer experienced saying three simple sentences that allowed her to experience her world in a whole new way.
First, she examined what happened each time she thought about purchasing the tickets. She imagined booking online, going through the steps of entering her name and credit card number. Then she identified a physical reaction to the memory, a tight feeling in her shoulders, each time she started toward the computer. As soon as she got distracted by something else, the tightness disappeared.
A workshop partner read these sentences to her a phrase at a time and she repeated them. Her partner paused after each sentence to allow time for her to notice how the words impacted her thoughts, feelings and experiences.
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