When routines are busy and demands are urgent, it can be difficult to create a space to focus on what is important and gives meaning to our lives. In the moment, our desire to breathe deeply and relax is overruled by our belief that we need to control, to change or to act on the situation. We need to fix things. The habitual, patterned behavior contains energy that damages our relationships and limits our opportunities. Because this energy is bound in our beliefs, we know that we are right and that others need to change. As pressure builds, tensions increase.
In Logosynthesis: Enjoying Life More Fully, the author illustrates her personal development journey to find a tool to help her let go of the energy in her beliefs so that she could find peace and contentment, not by leaving behind, but rather reconnecting with the important things in her life.
This book shares her discovery of Logosynthesis, as both an eloquent philosophy and an effective, self-coachable technique. As she worked with the tool on her own and with friends, she noticed a shift. Rather than constantly reacting to her past experiences and cultural beliefs, she was able let go of the energy that controlled her behaviour and create a more productive environment, at work, at home and in her community. The book captures her introduction to Logosynthesis. The intriguing journey continues.
I share my experience with Logosynthesis® as a simple yet powerful technique to help me move beyond my reactive behaviour when life gets busy - to make room for the important things in life and to reconnect with purpose.
Dr. Willem Lammers discovered Logosynthesis based on a forty year career of healing and development. The philosophy is beautiful and compassionate. The technique is simple yet powerful. The work is new and not yet understood. The understanding will come as we share our learnings with those who are curious about the magic of the method.
Logosynthesis: Enjoying Life More Fully
Around 1990, as president of the Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Celiac Association, I spoke to a group of family physicians about celiac disease and the gluten-free diet to raise awareness and to aid in the diagnosis of what was then a relatively unheard-of condition. At that time, gastroenterologists were able to readily make a diagnosis, but physicians were not recognizing the variations in symptoms and therefore did not refer their patients to specialists. During the coffee break after my talk, one physician informed me that from his professional experience, the recent increase in celiac diagnosis was just a fad and the actual incidence was extremely rare.