Are you feeling guilty because your self-discipline is fading? If you are, you can join the crowd of people who are ultimately failing to follow the instructions written in thousands of books and promoted by untold organizations.
Sure, you can follow the instructions for a while and look successful, but you are human, and all humans are ultimately motivated to feel as safe and comfortable as possible. So, after a while, you “fall off the wagon.”
What you and I believe keeps us safe is different because we’ve each had different experiences that seem threatening during our lives.
You freeze a tiny bit of your life energy each time you feel threatened, and you feel uncomfortable whenever you get close to that energy for the rest of your life.
The self-discipline advocates bring you closer to that frozen energy. So, when you are tired at the end of a day, you just want to avoid the discomfort of approaching the frozen energy.
The only way to make lasting change is to remove that little energy block you created to keep you safe. It used to be quite challenging to do that. Now, using the 3 Logosynthesis sentences, you can release that block quickly and gently.
Once the block is gone, there is nothing left to avoid, and change becomes easy. Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Rapid Relief with Logosynthesis®) shows you how to remove the block.
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