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  1. Let Go ofthePAIN Overcomingtrauma Dr. Willem Lammers, 2011

  2. INtro • This video has been designed to resolve disturbing memories people can develop in reaction to perceiving death and destruction. • It may not be perfect or sophisticated, but that’s not what it’s made for. • To get the best results, look at it a number of times, and you’ll get a feel for the flow. • Please forward this link to people who can profit from it.

  3. disclaimer • The information contained in this video is educational in nature and is provided only as general information. • Logosynthesis™ is a relatively new approach and the extent of its effectiveness, as well as its risks and benefits are not fully known. • The reader agrees to assume and accept full responsibility for any and all risks associated with looking at this video and applying Logosynthesis as a result. • The information presented in this video is not intended to represent that Logosynthesis is used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or psychological disorder.

  4. instruction you canwait for the next slide to appear orPress the space bar to go on

  5. Diditshockyouwhathappened?

  6. Do you still seetheimages?

  7. Do you still hearthesounds?

  8. Are you hurt? Do Youthinkyou will nevergetoverit?

  9. Are you hurt? The memories? Danger?Death?destruction?

  10. Are you hurt? The Painisreal

  11. Are you hurt? The MemoriesHurt

  12. Are youhurt? Youcanchangeit!

  13. You can useLogosynthesis™

  14. Logosynthesis™ • Logosynthesis is a systemforthe rapid releaseoffrozenstates • Forthepurposeofthisvideo, itconsistsofthreesteps: • Explorethememorythatfrightensyou • Exploreyourreactionstothismemory • Letgoofthosereactionsbythe power ofwords

  15. Are youhurt? Ok,Let’s go!

  16. Logosynthesis Think of a memorythataffectsyou

  17. Logosynthesis takeonesmallmomentfromthatmemory

  18. Logosynthesis Onlyonesmallmoment, not theworstone

  19. Logosynthesis Youcanrepeatthislaterforothermoments, asoftenasyouliketo

  20. Now Think of a memorythataffectsyou 1. thescene

  21. Think of a memorythataffectsyou Explorethescene

  22. Think of a memorythataffectsyou Yourmindseesthescene

  23. Think of a memorythataffectsyou What do your eyesremember?

  24. Think of a memorythataffectsyou People? Animals?Cars? houses?Water? Fire?

  25. Think of a memorythataffectsyou YourmindhearsthescenE

  26. Think of a memorythataffectsyou What do yourearsRemember?

  27. Think of a memorythataffectsyou Voices?Screams?LoudNoise?

  28. Think of a memorythataffectsyou Your Body sensesthescenE

  29. Think of a memorythataffectsyou WhatdoesyourBodyRemember?

  30. Think of a memorythataffectsyou Heat? Cold?water? Vibrations?Storms?

  31. a memorythataffectsyou Nowchoosea smallpartof all yousee, hear, sense in thismemory

  32. a memorythataffectsyou thenextsteps will reducethepaincausedbythatsmallpart

  33. a memorythataffectsyou After that, youcancontinuewithanothersmallpart

  34. a memorythataffectsyou • Physicaland emotional reactionsaretriggeredbythememoriesofthescene • images • sounds • sensations

  35. Logosynthesis™ • The images, sounds and sensations of the scene create frozen structures in your energy system…

  36. Logosynthesis™ • You’re reacting to the memory of the scene • Now explore…

  37. 2.your reaction

  38. You’re reacting to the part of the memory you chose

  39. Reactionstothememoryofthescene WithBody feelings, emotions,thoughts

  40. Reactionstothememoryofthescene What do youfeel in yourbody?

  41. Reactionstothememoryofthescene Tension?Trembling?paralysis?Pain?

  42. Reactionstothememoryofthescene How’syourBreathing?

  43. Reactionstothememoryofthescene Whatemotionsdo youfeel?

  44. Reactionstothememoryofthescene Concern?Fear? panic?Horror?

  45. Reactionstothememoryofthescene • Now, • on a scale from zero to 10, • How distressing is your reactionto the memory of the scene? • 0: No distress at all • 10: The highest possible distress

  46. 0 . . . . . . . . .10?

  47. Nowyou will reducethisdistress

  48. Bythepower ofwords

  49. Follow my directions exactly as they appear on the screen

  50. You will saythreesentences