|10-08-2011, 12:47 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
Sorry to resurrect this question again. I am sure people have more fresh insight into everything as time past. On the surface, Sedona method is very simple. Just ask questions and release/let go the emotions. I would like to know what is the purpose of using Sedona method: getting better life or something beyond good life? Also, why letting go emotions can improve the life situation? I don't see the book explains why and the mechanism.
|10-09-2011, 12:00 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Gauteng, South Africa
I can't give a totally accurate response. I read the book and can only give you my opinion of it.
I found that it helped me not to dwell on things that were really not of much importance after all. I would get caught up in the emotion of things until it consumed me. I then realised how few things were actually worth putting energy into.
I don't use the method all the time. But occasionally it does help me to release unnecessary emotions and helps me not to care about things that take up precious time.
Don't know if this is what you meant??
|10-31-2011, 01:16 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2009
For me, the Sedona method is all about learning how to let go of resistance. When you feel a 'negative' emotion, that is just your body/mind putting up a wall of resistance to the pain of feeling that emotion, but I find that the pain of resisting it is actually worse.
I find the best use of Sedona Method is when I use it o a goal that I want to achieve. Usually when you want soemthing really bad, you have all sorts of fears and anxieties surrounding the issue. Not to mention that sometimes you may think you want something, but on a subconscious level you actually want the opposite, because you feel like you don't deserve the goal or whatever. Letting go of these emotions helps the goal come faster.
|11-15-2011, 03:31 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Hampton, VA
So the Sedona Method is about creating a feeling of complete and total fulfillment before willing the desired thing. Allowing you to attract more fulfillment, and therefor have what you intend.
Buddha said that the cause for all human suffering is desire. If we would release desire, we could have everything. The Sedona Method allows us to experience this having of everything because you want for nothing. It's really very nice.
It is also helpful to do significant people or events in your life. List your family and release on them one by one and experience huge shifts. Once you've released on each person until there are no contractions you can feel unconditional love and acceptance for them and for yourself. I'm working through all my past relationships. You can forgive everyone involved. You can let go of any desire to change it. It is truly profound. In the end you will feel perfectly free, perfectly light and in complete alignment. I love Releasing. Ha! Can you tell?
The Release Technique as taught by Larry Crane is my favorite but Hale's work is awesome too. They are both students of Lester Levenston, the creator of the Sedona Method. Lester was an enlightened being that extended his own life and health through releasing all non love feelings. Fascinating story. I have his autobiography if you would like it. I'd be happy to share it with you. Just PM me if you'd like to read more.
Good luck to you. I hope this helps.
With absolute love,
|11-15-2011, 09:24 AM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2009
So the premise for this technique is that, rather than resolving your inner issues and emotional conditions, you release them, through visualization? Or are you resolving the conflict through this release?
Also, how difficult is it to release the conflicts, does it depend on the size of the conflict itself? Do some conflicts have to be released several times, over an extended period of time, before it is truly gone?
Sorry for the bombardment of questions, I'm just interested.
|11-15-2011, 12:16 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Hampton, VA
In my experience releasing on the conflict will allow you to get a new perspective about it and look at it through eyes that wants the best for all parties. Also, with the understanding that everyone does everything for love and acceptance you can forgive parties for some pretty atrocious acts, because you have all the love and acceptance there is.
You resolve the conflict within yourself, which is all you really felt anyway. When you push against something you will feel your own resistance pushing back. Once you release it, you can be free. Free, meaning, you have no more desire to change it (if it's in the past). Free that if it works out the way you want it's ok and if it doesn't, it's ok (if it's in the present). You can will it the way you choose without fretting or worrying about it. And with much less nerves. It's great for performance anxiety and dating. Oddly enough, this willing without emotion causes events to more likely work out in the way I want.
If you really stamp it out, you won't have to revisit again. If you do feel something bubble up, though, just spend some more time with it and try to hit it from as many angles as comes to you. Release all desire to change it. Release until you can love/forgive/accept all involved, including yourself.
I've been reading through this forum and have seen that it doesn't work for everyone which astounds me. Because it's been the best thing ever for me. I've also seen a few reviews that say exactly that, hahaha. "I don't understand because it's been SO effective for me". The only thing I can think is there are different paths for all. Although it's worth exploring if you think it might be one that you enjoy. I'm for anything that takes you closer to your bliss. For me, Releasing takes me right to the smack dead center of mine. Bliss on tap. It's awesome!
Lastly, I just love this for practicing intentions and goal setting. I set an intention for each day now and get it. I set a goal and then release on it until I'm free to have it or not have it. Intend it and I get it. I willed a job that doubled my pay (in this economy? seriously?) yep, got it Within days of starting I attracted a financial savings of $1200 per year on something that I was paying already. It happened completely by accident.
I don't mean to be boastful, just want to express that something is happening with this releasing thing. Of course none of that means a thing unless it can happen for you too. I think it can.
I've got books and courses I can share for preview until you decide whether it's for you. Just PM me. I'm happy to answer any questions you have. I hope I can be of help.
With absolute love,
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