How to deal with Chronic Pain using Logosynthesis

Chronic pain limits enjoyment of everyday life.

People want to enjoy life free of pain so that they can thrive at work and at home. And yet, many people struggle with chronic pain. At times, it is challenging to find the cause of the pain and the symptoms can be debilitating. The pain can take a toll on health, financial security, relationships and more.

The International Association for the Study of Pain defines pain as “an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with, or resembling that associated with, actual or potential tissue damage”. Pain that lasts longer than 3 months is considered chronic. At times, it has no identifiable cause. It is recommended that treatment integrates a variety of wellness approaches including medication, physical, psychological, spiritual, self-management and others, as appropriate.

Logosynthesis resolves the underlying triggers.

Logosynthesis®, developed by Dr. Willem Lammers, offers a comprehensive model for healing and development. It is based on the power of words to restore the flow of life energy. Although this may sound somewhat odd for beginners, the work is simple and profound. It recognizes that memories, beliefs and fantasies can trigger distressing reactions – including painful physical sensations. These reactions can relate to accidents, traumas and other life experiences. As in prayer, the model also recognizes that we are more than body and mind and that words have the power to shift energy.

How does it work? Following a precise and structured process, you connect with what bothers you. In this case, the chronic pain and the associated thoughts and emotions. This allows you to identify and resolve the underlying energetic triggers. Using specific sentences, you allow time for the words to process so that you feel sustained relief. In the case of chronic pain, there can be multiple triggers that need to be resolved in layers over time. This level of work requires a trusting relationship with a trained professional to guide you to access the distress. This distress is often related to a traumatic event that may be below your level of awareness. When the underlying trigger is resolved, the painful sensations are relieved.

Learn more about how Logosynthesis can help.

If you are interested in learning more about how Logosynthesis can help you deal with chronic pain, resources are available in the links below. You can give it a try by watching a guided demonstration to notice what shifts. You can learn how to use Logosynthesis for self-coaching by taking a course. In addition, you can read how Logosynthesis can benefit your everyday living. Many people prefer to get support from a trained professional to support them through the process.

An international group of coaches, counsellors and therapists are using Logosynthesis to support their clients across a wide variety of issues, including relief from chronic pain. In the YouTube video below, Kuljit Sehmi describes how she supports people to heal chronic pain and fibromyalgia using Logosynthesis.