You may mindlessly watch whatever electronic screen is available and then be too busy or tired to learn the information or do the real work of creating the financial stability or wealth you dream about.
You may even choose to numb yourself with alcohol or drugs, hoping you won’t notice the pain of this void.
And all the while, you are carrying out the script for the life story you created when you were a child about how your life was going to develop.
The Way Out
As you try to learn to navigate the world it is natural to lose your connection to your Self. However, if you are lucky enough to notice this void, you can start your search to reclaim these connections as an adult. You probably don’t know that this is what you are doing. You just know that, somehow, you aren’t satisfied and are searching for something else.
That something, at its core, is your true Self, your connection to Essence and your own mission, the work you were meant to do in this world.
The more closely you approach these objectives, the more likely you will be to experience the abundance you are searching for. Following the suggestions in this book is part of your journey.
It is much easier to set priorities when you use this guideline. Will choosing this over something else move me closer to my mission in the world?
Here There Be Dragons…
Of course, this is likely to also bring up the kind of resistance that Helena encountered. Each time you do something that makes you less likely to follow someone else’s energy rather than your own, the frozen parts of you that were trying to protect you are triggered. You may experience memories and fantasies that make your new path seem extra dangerous or less rewarding.
That is where the tools you have been learning will be most helpful. Each time you encounter the resistance, using the Logosynthesis sentences will help you move through it to release your frozen energy to create greater bandwidth and energy to accomplish your new goals.
Using Logosynthesis Tools to Reclaim Your Frozen Energy
Here are two stories of work done by participants in one of Willem’s workshops. Both stories include using the Logosynthesis sentences.
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