Thursday, 17 November 2011

Sedona Method

What is The Sedona Method?
For over three decades, hundreds of thousands of people like you from around the globe, along with famous celebrities, executives at well-known corporations and more than half of the teachers in the blockbuster film, The Secret, have used The Sedona Method to eliminate suffering and create all their heart’s deepest and most worthy desires.

The Sedona Method taps your natural ability to let go of any unwanted thought or feeling on the spot. This will free you to quickly and easily have more radiant health and well being, plus break bad habits and other self-sabotaging behaviors. You will also be able to free yourself from stress, tension, panic, fear, anxiety, fatigue, insomnia, procrastination, co-dependency and uncontrolled anger and grief. In short, you will enjoy living a happier, more productive, more satisfying, more loving and joyous life.


The Sedona Method is a unique, simple, powerful, easy-to-learn and duplicate technique that shows you how to uncover your natural ability to let go of any painful or unwanted feeling, belief or thought in the moment.

The Sedona Method is an amazingly quick way to let go of negative emotions, and allow the positive, happy you which is always there below the surface, to emerge and shine.
Have you noticed how easily a baby moves from one emotion to another? One minute the baby is crying because she is too hot. The next minute, after her blanket is removed, she is beaming smiles. She let her feeling of anger at being too hot float away like a cloud.
As we grow up we lose this natural facility of letting go of emotions once they have served their purpose. We may start to replay them constantly, or we may stuff them down because they are too uncomfortable to deal with. Either way we tie up lots of energy up in perpetuating old emotions.
Imagine how much better you’ll feel as you quickly let go of fear, anger, sadness, apathy, resentment or any other emotion that feels uncomfortable.

How to release your feelings

1.  Move from head to heart

Since you’ll be dealing with your feelings it makes sense to be working from the feeling area of your heart.  Allow your attention to drop from your head to your heart area. You may find it helpful to direct a few breaths to your heart area to help make this transition.

2.  Identify the feeling

Choose an issue that’s bothering you, and ask yourself:
As I consider <this issue>, what feeling is present right now?
Eg: As I consider <tomorrow’s presentation>, what feeling is present?
Answer: I feel afraid – fear.
TIP Avoid any temptation to go back into your head and start thinking… “I’m afraid I’ll dry up, and they’ll think I’m stupid, and then…”. The beauty of Sedona releasing is that you don’t need to get tied up with the complications of thoughts, you simply work with the feelings. As you release the feelings the thoughts fall away too.
TIP If it’s difficult to name the feeling, that’s OK, simply use a phrase like ‘this uncomfortable feeling’.

3.  Welcome the feeling

The next step is to welcome the feeling as best you can. Ask yourself:
Could I welcome this feeling?
In a gentle way, allow the feeling to be as fully present as possible.
Notice what it feels like. For example you might feel anger as tension in your chest, or sadness as tightness in your throat. Or you may have more of an energetic sensation of constriction. Or you may not sense anything – that’s fine.
Sometimes the feeling releases after this step along!
TIP If it feels too scary to welcome the feeling fully, simply allow yourself to be in touch with the feeling as much as you can right now. If this is just the edge of, say, a strong anger, that’s fine.

4.  Ask yourself three questions

Now you’re ready to ask yourself the three questions at the heart of the Sedona Method.
  • For all the questions, answer from your heart. This means trusting yourself to go with your ‘gut response ’.
  • For the first two questions, answer with a simple ‘Yes’ or ‘No’.
  1. Could I let this <fear> go?
  2. Would I let it go?
  3. When?
TIP If your answer to questions 1. or 2. is a ‘No’, that’s fine. You may have released the feeling anyway; if not you can ask the questions again.
TIP If your thoughts start to intrude with explanations why you can’t let go, simply take your attention back to your heart area, and focus on your feelings.

4.  Repeat as needed

Letting go of emotions is like unpeeling the layers of an onion.Sometimes the feeling goes quickly; other times you need to repeat steps 3. and 4. a number of times.
The good news is that once the feeling is gone, it’s gone forever! Any more fear surfacing around public speaking is anther aspect of the fear, which I can release in the same way.
The Delicious Nugget: With Sedona Releasing, letting go of emotions around an issue is surprisingly quick and easy.  Simply: move into your heart area, identify the emotion present, welcome the feeling, then ask: Could I let it go?, Would I let it go?, When?



A Message from Hale Dwoskin:
The Sedona Method can allow you to effortlessly release limiting thoughts and feelings that have plagued you for years–even the very first time you use the program...28 years ago I learned the Sedona Method from my friend Lester Levenson and my life has been forever changed. I have found success in every area of my life, and I know that you will too.
What makes the Sedona Method a powerful tool (that really works!) is that it is a process you can use anytime, anyplace, to improve any area of your life.
This sounds sensational because it is, but these aren't just my claims. There are thousands of testimonials on file from people just like you and me who have achieved every goal imaginable using the Sedona Method.
Including goals like these:
  • Dramatically improve your mental, emotional, and spiritual health...
  • Help you create real and constant happiness in your life, regardless of your past or present circumstances...
  • Help you to open to having truly loving and healthy relationships...
  • Improve your creativity, emotional intelligence, and mental functioning...
  • Significantly improve your overall sense of well-being and inner peace...
  • Help you create your own success in the world, along with the personal satisfaction and sense of fulfillment that comes with being successful.




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