Logosynthesis and the Body
An Online Workshop with Dr. Willem Lammers
Your body connects your inner and outer worlds, adapting to the demands of reality, and propelled by Essence, your Higher Self. It is constantly developing, based on the effects of your personal signature derived from human evolution, genetics, social programming, and experiences you collect as you live your life.
When all is working well, energy flows and you usually do not pay attention to your body, aside from enjoying it. When energy is not flowing, your body’s functions become reduced, interrupted, or blocked, and you’ll suffer.
You perceive your body through the lens of your body image, a specialized, internal, analog data center for information about the body and its environment (Horowitz, 1966). Body image functions to:
- Assess options and limitations of the body,
- Set expectations you have of what your body can do, and
- Determine how you perceive of your health, suffering, and wellbeing.
Physical symptoms serve as signals in the body, alerting you to disruptions between Essence and your mission.
In Logosynthesis and the Body you will:
- explore your body image as it has developed during your life.
- learn to detect disturbances in the flow of your life energy, based on concrete physical symptoms, or because the experience of your body does not meet your expectations, or a combination of the two.
- resolve these disturbances, review your body image, and restore your contact with Essence in the context of what we call the Matrix.
The content of the sessions will be entirely determined by the participants’ own issues in the field of health and the body. Dr. Lammers will offer possibilities to understand, address and process these issues at a deep level and to dissolve energy structures associated with them.
We will work in the whole range of the Logosynthesis model on the Practitioner level. Short content presentations will support your learning and processing.
This seminar is recognized as a 6-hours part of the Practitioner and Master Practitioner curriculum of the Logosynthesis International Association.
Three 2-hour sessions online with the trainer. Participants can meet in practice groups of 3 or 4 between sessions, as in all other Logosynthesis Practitioner training seminars.
Each session will encourage open sharing by group members regarding blockages in body image, which will be addressed using Logosynthesis techniques in the wider context of energy psychology, and a holistic world model. Each session will consist of three or four sequences of Logosynthesis work on an issue brought in by a member of the group. Topics can be sent to the trainer before the session or may arise and be processed during the workshop. After each sequence, you can ask questions about the method, theory and philosophy of Logosynthesis, to deepen your understanding of what you have perceived and experienced.
The process of the group is supported by a dedicated Facebook group on Logosynthesis & the Body.
Willem Lammers, MSc, DPsych, TSTA, is the founder and developer of Logosynthesis®. He is a psychologist, a licensed psychotherapist, a coach and a consultant to people and organizations. He is also the founding director of ias, a leading training institute for workplace counseling in Switzerland.
Dates and times
Each workshop consists of three sessions of two hours each, with two weeks between sessions.
Registration Code O20.B2
Wednesdays: June 24, July 8, July 22, 2020.
The sessions will take place 16:00-18:00 CET (Vienna, Rome, Amsterdam, Zurich time, GMT+1).
This time of the day guarantees maximal accessibility for most time zones in which Logosynthesis is spreading now.
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You are a professional in counseling, coaching, psychotherapy, psychiatry or education.
To participate, you must have attended at least a Logosynthesis Basic seminar or a Logosynthesis Online Introduction, or you have read Willem Lammers’ Logosynthesis Handbook. The more background in Logosynthesis, the more you’ll profit from this format. If you would love to join but don’t fulfill these criteria, please contact Willem Lammers through the contact form on his website.
We will work with zoom.us, for which you need to open a free account. Download the app or install a plugin for your browser. It works best for all if everybody uses a headset instead of built-in microphones and speakers.
Sessions will be recorded, and attendees will receive a download link after each session. Participants of our previous workshops have appreciated the opportunity to study the session recordings. Recordings will downloadable for one week.
To enable more people to register in times of corona, we have reduced our fee significantly. The costs will be CHF 140.- for three sessions.
1 Swiss franc roughly corresponds with 1 USD or EUR 0.90.
You register by paying the fee in Swiss francs through this link. Please add the event code with your registration: O20.B2.
After your registration and payment, you will receive a confirmation mail.
Please note that correspondence from our side will use the mail address you paid through, unless you send us another address.
Shortly before the start of the series, you will receive the Zoom link to connect with us at the time of the session.
Deepen your understanding in this unique opportunity to work with the founder of Logosynthesis!
- Lammers, Willem (2015). Self-Coaching with Logosynthesis. CreateSpace/KDP. Also available in German, Serbian and Italian.
- Lammers, Willem (2015). Logosynthesis Handbook for the Helping Professions. CreateSpace/KDP. Also available in German and Dutch.
- Lammers, Willem (2019). Minute Miracles. The Practice of Logosynthesis. Inspiration from Real Life.Also available in German.
- Lammers, Willem (2020). Reclaiming Your Energy from Your Emotions. States of the Mind in Logosynthesis. See Your Self, Be Your Self. CreateSpace/KDP.
You find all books in your local online store.
Are you considering to register for this cycle of Logosynthesis & the Body? This unedited feedback after the first cycle may help you to decide to sign up for an amazing experience:
Inspiring. thank you very much.<3
I learned a lot. It is very interesting
It was a wonderful experience
It has opened a number of new doorways to explore further. Love to all
That was amazing and so enlightening!
Beautiful and enlightening experience
Absolutely fascinating, I learned a lot, have so much to still think about, thanks a lot for this!
… the variety, the depth, the debriefs and all aspects. It is a real pleasure and always profound 🙂
….I’m going to be assimilating for quite some time!!
Always a pleasure to watch you work. Powerful demonstrations and work. Appreciative and grateful to be a learner and observer.
Now let us train and forget all that was learned before… 😉
The remarks about spirituality and what you experienced at the Monroe Institute opened up my mind to new vistas that I look forward to exploring.
This has truly enhanced my knowledge. Today’s work was extraordinary providing space, time, and grace for her to process the grief.
It totally fullfilled all my expectations! You reminded of the most important – everything is in the client, indeed !
It is both enlightening and inspiring to observe Willem at work with the Body. It offers a unique opportunity to learn while discussing his thinking on the interventions, so that the choices I make in my private practice are better informed & more effective. My competence has certainly rocketed ever since I started learning with him. Thank you.
Thank you very much for this amazing course, Willem! Learned a lot of different aspects that were new to me- really deep and inspiring! And thanks Lara for answering so many questions and managing the questions so well!
The best word I can think of to describe being in receipt of the Logosynthesis service is liberating and relieving. It is also a joy to work with someone trustworthy, which makes allowing the process so much easier. As for the honour of witnessing the work of others, thankful and grateful for the opportunity of privilege of being someone else’s witness.
Horowitz, M. (1966). The Body Image. Archives of General Psychiatry, 14(5): 456-460.