Looking at your life as a problem of energy flow makes blaming yourself for what might not be working rather obsolete.
Nobody is to blame for your response to stress. It comes from your innate physiology and the circumstances you encounter and the resources you have available to manage that stress.
When the energy of a difficult experience overwhelms your ability to process it, you freeze that energy to protect yourself. It is bumping into the frozen energy that causes you to feel anxious.
A part of your brain says to stay away from those frozen places. The problem is those brain places are awakened when something happens that is something like the stress you couldn't manage in the first place.
It could be a sound, a smell, a sight or a memory or fantasy that comes too close to the frozen energy.
In using the Logosynthesis sentences, we dissolve the frozen energy so your system no longer feels like it needs protection.
There is no blame and no shame. It's just freeing frozen energy you can use to enjoy your life now.
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