On the surface, Logosynthesis is a surprisingly simple tool. You learn to notice certain things about yourself and the flow of your life energy. When you find something that is uncomfortable or out of alignment you say three sentences and notice your own responses to each sentence.
Sometimes you don’t notice anything at all. Sometimes old memories are activated. Sometimes you feel weird, surprising physical sensations. Often your experience of discomfort shifts and whatever was causing you distress vanishes.
The premises on which Logosynthesis are based are also simple. I will explain them in more detail later but this is enough to get started.
If you have any type of spiritual or religious practice you probably already recognize that at your core you have a true Self or Essence. When you live your life as your true Self you experience a flowing energy often labeled as joy.
When your energy is not flowing this way you may experience various kinds of discomfort. Life is messy and you frequently encounter all kinds of stress that block the free flow of your energy.
Willem Lammers says that energy is either moving or stuck and that it is in the right place or the wrong place. The purpose of this process is to get energy that is stuck moving again and to move energy from the wrong place to the right place.
The first time I heard about this process, I simply dismissed it. My friends had tried to share it with me before our evening at the restaurant and I just didn’t get it. So rather than tell you about the process, let me share a few more stories about my experience using it.
An Experiment That Worked
The first time we (my husband Jonathan and myself) explained what we had experienced to a group of friends they wanted a demonstration. A 60-something-year-old woman volunteered, explaining that for as long as she could remember she felt scared and noticeably flinched back when a car in which she was a front seat passenger approached another car. Her husband verified this behavior happened nearly every time they were in the car together.
Her energy was clearly stuck in something but we were not sure what so we asked her to repeat sentences focusing on “this experience of flinching back.” After each sentence we asked her to notice what she experienced and she reported a memory of being in an accident where her head had hit the windshield of a car when she was 17 years old.
We had her say the sentences again focusing on “this memory of hitting the windshield” and she reported feeling relaxed. Then, because we had been told that sometimes personal energy gets stuck in objects, we asked her to say the sentences focusing on taking her stuck energy back from the windshield and she reported even more relaxation. The entire process took about 15 minutes.
Several weeks later we were astonished when she reported that she had not flinched even once since we had done the process. Her husband agreed. Many months later he wrote a letter saying that the change seemed to be permanent. You can see the letter at LogosynthesisColorado.com. Magic???
Magic or not, there was something very different about this tool. The more I experimented with it, the more excited I became. I was able to help clients resolve painful issues with so little fuss that they often forgot the reason for their newfound freedom. I found that work that used to take many months could now be resolved in just a few weekly sessions.
Yes, I will tell you the magic words, but not yet. You need more information about choosing your focus points before knowing the exact wording of the sentences that will be useful to you. Even after you learn those sentences, I suggest reading this book through the instructions in chapter 7 before experimenting with using them yourself.
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