Do distressing images get in the way of enjoying life?

Most people experience memories of events in the form of images, sounds and other sensory perceptions. Memories of special people, places and events can create pleasant feelings. Yet in some cases, the memories can be cause distress. Reactions in everyday situations may be triggered by these images and other sensory perceptions. At times, we are not even aware of the cause. We simply feel the distress.

The Logosynthesis sentences can change these images

Willem Lammers, the founder of Logosynthesis, has developed very specific sentences to shift the energy bound in frozen perceptions to relieve our suffering. The model consists of theory, philosophy and methods and the sentences are only one component of the model.

The specific sentences are:

  • Sentence 1: I retrieve all my energy bound up in this (X) and take it to the right place in my Self.
  • Sentence 2: I remove all non-me energy related to this (X) from all of my cells, all of my body and my personal space, and send it to where it truly belongs.
  • Sentence 3: I retrieve all of my energy bound up in all of my reactions to this (X) and take it to the right place in my Self.

We may be curious about the nature and meaning of the three sentences. Willem reminds us that words have power to manifest beyond their meaning. Words focus the speaker’s intention and will to create.

We can help you use Logosynthesis to feel better

The Logosynthesis sentences are the same each time. Most people require practice to learn to use their reactions as information to identify the trigger. It can be very beneficial to get help from a trained guide, especially in the beginning. Many people simply want a coach or a counsellor to guide them through the process. Others are interested in learning why and how to use it for self-coaching. Get in touch to get started right away. Also, the Logosynthesis International Association supports training and certification. If you are interested in available seminars or if you wish to find a trained professional, check out their resources: