We like to fix things, take action and solve problems.
Logosynthesis can support us to challenge these beliefs. 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 we work. It can take a great deal of energy and yet we continue to be faced with the same repetitive issues. What if we do nothing and avoid the situation. That doesn’t feel right but when we don’t have the energy to tackle it, we quit, resign or walk away.
I wonder if these calls to action are merely ‘interesting beliefs’.
What would happen if we reframed these passionate drives into something more curious, such as ‘an interesting belief’. Or what if we could encounter these situations without reacting as strongly, yet wth purpose? Perhaps we could recognize our stress response, identify the trigger and release the energy that is bound in the ‘interesting belief’.
I wonder if I can release the energy in these ‘interesting beliefs’.
Dr. Willem Lammers, through the discovery of Logosynthesis®, describes how beliefs are frozen energy structures that reside in our personal space. Over time, our individual experiences and collective culture freeze our energy so that it is no longer available for our life purpose. We respond to current events based on our reaction to these triggers from our past experiences. Recognizing that words have the power to shift energy, Dr. Lammers has discovered a fast and effective guided process to release the bound energy.
I wonder if I can still be effective if I lose urgency and drive.
Here is where we are challenged to think counter-culture. We are conditioned to believe that to be more successful, we need to work harder, longer and faster. As the pace of change and level of diversity increases, the number of external demands increase and require more of our resources. In business, we often refer to Eisenhower’s Urgent/Important Matrix to describe the importance of non-urgent yet important aspects that contribute to success. If we can release the energy that triggers our urgent and reactive behaviour, we can be more present to focus on important and creative solutions.
Logosynthesis can support a shift from ‘reactive’ to ‘creative’ by neutralizing reactions.
Logosynthesis is an intriguing, guided process for healing, growth and development. It can be taught as a self-coaching tool to support both personal and professional goals. As we let go of the energy bound in limiting beliefs, past experiences and expectations of the way things should be, we can create space for richer discussion. We can shift from exclusive, closed and contractive thinking to inclusive, open and expansive ideas. If we can neutralize our reactions, we can create space for better choices.