How to change core beliefs using Logosynthesis.

Understanding Core Beliefs Core beliefs are deeply held assumptions or conclusions that you have acquired about yourself, others, and the world around you. These beliefs shape your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Often, negative or limiting core beliefs can lead to stress, anxiety, and other mental health challenges. What is Logosynthesis? Logosynthesis is a psychotherapeutic and coaching model designed to guide individuals to reduce stress and unlock potential. By identifying and resolving distressing mental imagery, there is an increased sense of … Read More

How to support your running routines using Logosynthesis.

Running, whether for fitness, competition, or leisure, offers a multitude of benefits, from cardiovascular health to mental clarity. However, like any physical activity, it requires that you establish routines to realize the benefits. There are many blocks that can get in the way of establish and maintain routines. “I don’t have time.” “My knee is sore.” “I’ll go tomorrow.” At times, physical limitations can get in the way. Yet it can be challenging to recognize what is a physical limitation … Read More

Resolving conflict of beliefs using Logosynthesis: A path to harmony

Conflict of beliefs are inevitable in a world filled with different diverse perspectives and experiences. Whether it’s in personal relationships, workplaces, or communities, navigating through differing beliefs can be challenging. However, acknowledging differences and owning your own reactions as an opportunity for personal growth and stronger collaborative outcomes. Understanding and applying effective conflict resolution techniques can lead to remaining open to more innovative and sustainable solutions for all involved. Logosynthesis is a comprehensive model for healing and personal growth. The … Read More

How to change your beliefs.

Your beliefs feel like ‘fact’. It can be challenging to change your beliefs. Your beliefs help you to make sense of your world. They are conclusions that you have reached based on your experiences, your culture and the authority of others. Although your beliefs feel ‘right’, they are frozen energy patterns that can keep you stuck in a limited view of the world. This is a normal pattern of being human. It allows us to survive. When new views are … Read More

Two Truths Call For Growth.

Growth comes from being able to resolve two conflicting truths. Our reactions provide us with information that allows us to resolve our frozen perceptions, also known as our beliefs. Redefining Truth. Our simple definition for ‘truth’ as a fact or reality is closed, exclusive and reactive. It does not support growth, inclusiveness or creativity. According to Merriam-Webster, an additional definition is a judgment or idea that is true or accepted as true.  Judgment is defined as a formal utterance of … Read More

Embrace Irrational.

Rational explanations do not explain current leadership behaviour. Given the pace of change and the increasing pressure of demands, leaders at all levels are responding based on their instinct, beliefs and attitudes. When pressure is applied to retrieve rational explanations, perceptions are triggered that ignite inflammatory thoughts and emotions. Policies are put in place to correct and prevent, yet policies rely on rational thought to be effective. We push down irrational responses and yet the increased pressure fuels a higher … Read More

Is fear real power?

“Real power is, I don’t even want to use the word: ‘Fear.’” Presidential Candidate Donald J. Trump in an interview with Bill Woodward and Robert Costa, March 31, 2016 Fear is a derailer ‘Is fear real power?’ Certainly many will respond with a ‘Yes’ because it triggers a response and it drives action. But fear simply implies ‘power over others’. Fear relies on position and authority to trigger reactions in others. Generating this emotion does not allow space for others … Read More

The Wonder of Wonder. Reframing our Beliefs with Logosynthesis.

We like to take action by fixing things and solving problems. Fixing and solving can be more of a reaction than action. These reactions are triggered by beliefs about the way things ‘should’ be done. We can challenge these beliefs using Logosynthesis to enjoy more ease and wonder in our everyday life. We live in a culture where we are praised for having passion to do things right and to do the right things. The more demanding the situation, the harder … Read More

My Canada. Creating Space for Success.

An interesting debate is heating up in Canada between the government and the self-employed. Canada is looking to create space for success for all. So the Liberal platform states ‘We’ll ask the wealthiest 1% to pay a bit more so middle class families can pay less’. It goes on to say: ‘Our plan to help middle class Canadians: Create jobs. Strengthen the economy. Grow the middle class.’ Bill Morneau introduced the proposed changes to make this happen. He proposed that … Read More

Changing attitude: The teach-tell disconnect.

Why is changing attitudes so challenging? Changing attitude in a changing world can support us to enjoy life more fully. We rally behind causes such as gender equality, racial acceptance and religious accommodation yet these are the topics whereby unrest continues to create news headlines. We send our children to school and our employees on courses to reinforce our commitment to change. Additionally, we publish books, produce shows and host conferences to discuss the importance of these humanitarian topics. So … Read More

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