I don’t indulge in my favorite treats every day. If I did, I would get used to them and they would no longer bring me the extraordinary pleasure they do when I only enjoy them occasionally.
It’s all too easy for me to get accustomed to miracles. We all do it when we connect so easily electronically. We only tend to notice when they don’t work properly.
In the 10 years since I was first exposed to Logosynthesis, I have gotten so accustomed to daily miracles that I barely notice them. I was reminded of this yesterday when supervising students practicing Logosynthesis.
The client was a highly skilled professional coach who felt paralyzed in developing the next phase of her business. The guide was a coach who is just learning to use the Logosynthesis process and did so rather awkwardly.
The client described feeling stuck as having a tight band around her shoulders. Despite the fumbling, the Logosynthesis process worked spectacularly! In a few sentences the band dissolved and she was dumbfounded, thrilled and ready to take the next step in her business. At the end of the session the client was still saying “I can’t believe what just happened.”
Her excitement and wonder reminded me of mine when I experienced my first Logosynthesis miracle.
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