You can’t really break up with stress. After all it is an important part of life. You grow by responding to stress. When you need to stretch to respond to something you increase your capacity in that area. However, what you can do is reclaim the energy you are using to protect yourself from your reactions to toxic stress in your recent and distant past and in your imagined future.
Finding the trigger really means searching your body, your memory and the physical space that surrounds you to discover the bits of energy you froze around this stress. You froze your energy in order to protect yourself from the pain and overwhelm you experienced then. You may also be losing energy by imagining that similar painful events will occur in the future.
You may be very aware that your energy is stuck in toxic stress you are currently trying to manage in your life. On the other hand you may know your energy is stuck because you feel vague, nagging, hard to figure out or explain, anxiety or depression or a whole variety of other symptoms. In any case, in order to use the Logosynthesis sentences to reclaim that energy you need to describe what triggers your distress.
When the trigger is deactivated, the memory of the stressful event will remain but your reaction to the memory changes. It may seem as if the stress magically disappears but what really disappears is the block you once created that kept your energy from flowing freely.
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