Selecting an appropriate target is the heart of using this amazing process. It answers the question of what is causing this discomfort. However, is is NOT important to get it right the first time.
My first practice session completely ended my persistent discomfort with air travel.
When I returned home from my first Logosynthesis training, I noticed that I did not feel nearly as overstimulated by the day-long trip as I had felt in the past. I didn't really understand why because I didn't remember this experience for several years.
I forgot that my first target was something about my discomfort with plane travel. Not much happened when I said the 3 sentences. When I was asked about my experience of sitting quietly and simply noticing my internal responses, I reported remembering a childhood experience of riding a subway train at rush hour. The experience was “these bodies pushing in on me and squishing me.” That became my second target.
Often people start with one target and while they say the sentences a very strong image or memory appears. Sometimes its the remembered sound of someone's voice saying particular words or even a remembered smell. The new memory then becomes a powerful focus for saying all the sentences again.
My second target made the difference.
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