In his amazingly comprehensive book, "Thank You for Being Late," Thomas Friedman has a chapter called "Just Too Dammed Fast." I feel that way a lot of the time. Do you?
In revisiting this book, I realize that I did not include needing to release the small traumas we encounter every day. I just read someone's Facebook post about frustration with ‘unnecessary’ changes to Skype.
Just as you get familiar and comfortable with operating your favorite device, you are forced to upgrade to the next operating system. Everything changes instantly! And the world is getting faster every day.
It's hard to adapt instantly to all of those minor traumas you face daily. And these stresses add up to a general wariness and anxiety for many people. Unless you are in the small percentage of people who love change, your sense of safety and security is challenged repeatedly.
You need to let go of these daily mini-traumas just to live comfortably!
The Logosynthesis process I teach in this book is one of the few special tools that actually works.
This paragraph is a comment I wrote about a passage on Page 59-60 of Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Rapid Relief with Logosynthesis®.)
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