Do you like going to your dentist?
If not, then I have something really miraculous for you to make the ‘sitting-in-the-chair-experience’ comfortable.
Last week I had to go to my dentist for a check-up and dental clearance.
When I was sitting in the waiting room I realized that I was tense, predicting that it would hurt and be uncomfortable and that I would feel miserable for the rest of the day and that I do not like going to the dentist and then I thought about my previous experiences with dentists, and the dental struggle my daughter had for years and years, and that I do not like waiting in the waiting room…. And my mind went on and on….
No wonder I got even tenser!
Fortunately I realized what I was doing and was able to stop the useless mind chatter and used Logosynthesis instead.
Logosynthesis is a new, remarkably elegant and efficient system for guided change – psychotherapy, coaching, and counselling and a wonderful self help tool. Logosynthesis applies the age-old power of the word as a new, amazing healing tool, a starting point for surprisingly gentle healing of trauma, addiction, fear and stress symptoms.
The founder of Logosynthesis is Willem Lammers. For further information you can go to the
The only thing you have to do is to use the following three sentences and let them sink in:
Back to the dentist:
I started using the sentences for my annoyance because I had to wait. After that I was called in, and surprisingly I was able to smile at my dentist, a real smile not the fake one where you think: let’s get done with this!
When I was sitting in his chair, all was well until I had to open my mouth and he started working.
I felt my shoulders going up, tension in my hands, restlessness in my legs.
So I used the three sentences of Logosynthesis in my mind again for each tension or discomfort in my body.
Amazingly it hardly hurt when he was doing the dental clearance and I was able to relax more and more.
Everything is energy and we are all connected, so not only was I relaxed, it also had an effect on my dentist. (Imagine being a dentist and having to treat tense people all day long.) When he had finished he said that he was very pleased with the maintenance of my teeth and that I should not hesitate to call him when I have the slightest worry. He would love to help. And I felt he really meant it.
We smiled at each other and I left and had no, really no discomfort at all that day, which I usually have after the dental clearance.
Isn’t this amazing?