You can do this! You can learn to use this tool for your own growth. Like any tool, you will get no benefit from it if you leave it on the shelf to gather dust. You do need to practice, so go ahead and get started. Are you intrigued by the possibilities? Here are some tips and tricks to insure your success.
If a professional has suggested that you read this, it makes sense to follow his or her suggestions for guided self-growth. If you are curious about what you can do on your own, the answer is basically, experiment! There are no rules.
The best possible outcome is total spiritual awakening and transformation. Using the process can help lead you to a joy-filled life. The worst thing that will happen is nothing at all. Fortunately, this is a very low risk process. Even if nothing much happens, all you will lose is a few minutes of your time.
Probably your experience will be somewhere between these extremes. Here are suggestions to help make your experiments as productive as possible.
Practice Your Way
Get accustomed to using the tool before you need it for something really intense or important.
Just learning about Logosynthesis is not enough to enable you to let go of the toxic stress and anxiety in your life. If you want this process to work for you, you will need to practice using it to let go of small stresses in your daily life.
Toxic stress and anxiety often seem to reinforce each other. It is hard to tell which comes first. Practicing using the sentences in mild stress situations helps you become comfortable using the tool at more distressing times.
Shawn decided to practice the sentences whenever he felt annoyed in traffic. Not only did he calm himself, he discovered an impatient part of himself that got in the way of his goal of getting closer to his family.
When you feel stressed because you don’t have time to meet your own high standards, you can use that as an opportunity to practice saying the sentences and reclaiming your energy from the situation.
Lois was expecting guests for dinner but unexpectedly needed to work late. There was simply no time to prepare the dessert she had planned. She solved the problem by purchasing some ice cream on the way home. Instead of feeling relief she created her own stress by internally berating herself for not taking the time to prepare the dessert the day before. This is a good example of a perfect, low risk opportunity to practice.
She decided that a good trigger would be “this fantasy that I should be able to predict the future.” She whispered the sentences while she was waiting in line at the supermarket and felt more relaxed.
In a much more stressful situation the next week, when the coach of her son’s team called to tell her there was an important make-up game in another town on the same day that she had promised to celebrate her mother’s birthday, she was more prepared to help herself step away from her stress.
She recognized that she was starting to feel anxious about being exposed to another guilt trip if she tried to reschedule the time with her mother. She used the sentences on the (imagined) image of her mother expressing bitter disappointment at the change of plans. She was calm later when she did talk to her mother who decided to join them for the game.
Use Your Technical Aids
Use the tools you already have to help you.
The sooner you can use the sentences without stopping to read them, the better. You can enter them into your phone so you can read them frequently and memorize them. Be sure to download your free gift listed at the end of this chapter. It contains phone-ready images you can easily photograph.
You can also read the sentences aloud into a recording app in chunks, just like a partner would, so you can just repeat the chunks using your own trigger.
Keep your photo or recording instantly available to remind you of the process instead of having to search for this book or your notes when you need them.
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