Elaine kept putting off making an appointment to get her teeth cleaned. She would add it to her list of things to do but forget to call until the office was closed. Or she would think about doing it when she was driving somewhere. She meant to make the appointment, but just didn’t get around to it.
When I asked why she didn’t want to go, she protested that she did want to. Then she told me how much she hated the feeling of having the hygienist poke around in her mouth.
I suggested that she experiment with using the 3 magic Logosynthesis sentences about her experience with the hygienist. She decided to use “this experience of having my mouth poked” as the trigger. Once she completed the process, she remembered to call the dentist’s office the following day.
Are you procrastinating about doing something you know is important? It might be because you expect something unpleasant to happen if you go ahead and do it. If that’s the case, then reclaiming your energy from your image of the worst thing you think might happen will probably help.
Full instructions about how to use the sentences are in “Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Rapid Relief with Logosynthesis®)”
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