Tag Archives: Personal Growth

Giving Up Anger

It can be frightening to give up an old behavior pattern, even if keeping it causes problems. And suffering, seeing yourself as a victim is one of those patterns. The first pattern I was invited to give up was anger. … Continue reading

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Release Control without Damage

I asked an engineer friend to review my new Experience Abundance (with Logosynthesis) book and he asked, “Where is the right place in myself?” This is a fairly common question from people who operate almost entirely in a logical bubble. … Continue reading

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Finding Triggers to Target

Early in my Logosynthesis practice, I wanted to stop thinking about an unpleasant encounter earlier in the day. I said the sentences using “that nasty man” as the target.  Suddenly I found myself thinking about someone who had bullied me … Continue reading

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