Here I will give you a simple explanation of how the Sedona Method works and a little exercise to do. This exercise will help you understand the process of “releasing”. Please bear in mind that this is merely a sample. For you to get maximum benefit and sustained results from using the method you need to get into the “nuts & bolts” of the technique through the audio program.
Basically there are three ways to approach the process of releasing, and they all lead to the same result – the liberation from, and removal of, any unwanted emotion on the spot. This leads to a freeing of you mind from all negative thoughts and beliefs connected to the emotion you have just released. By allowing some of the suppressed energy in your subconscious to dissipate you become naturally more positive and your focus therefore becomes more positive and therefore so do your results in life!
The initial way to “let-go”, or “release”, is by selecting to “let go” of the unwelcome feeling. The second way is to “welcome” the feeling, to allow the emotion just to be. The 3rd way is to “dive into the core” of the emotion.
Let’s look at how you do these three exercises in turn.
Let me explain by asking you to take part in an easy exercise.
Pick up a pen or a pencil that you aren’t too worried about damaging. Hold it in front of you in your hand and really grip it tightly. Pretend this is one of your limiting feelings and that your hand represents your gut or your consciousness. Research and thousands of users of the Sedona Method report that most suppressed feelings surface in the stomach or chest area.
If you hold the object long enough, it will begin to feel uncomfortable while at the same time familiar. In fact when you let the object go it can often feel strange and uneasy to you because you have become so familiar with holding onto it. Your hand feels as though it should be gripping something. The same thing often happens when we “release” an unwanted feeling – we feel like we should still be holding onto it and run back to pick it up again!
Now, open your hand and roll the object around a bit. Can you see that you are the one holding on to it and it is not attached to you? It isn’t attached to your hand nor is it a part of your body.
Pretty obvious, eh?
Well, the same is true with your feelings, too. Your feelings are as attached to you as this object is attached to your hand – they aren’t!
We hold on to our feelings and forget that we are holding on to them and think that they are actually a part of us or even that they define who we are in some way. This is even represented in that way we use language. When we feel irritated or unhappy, we do not usually say, “I feel angry,” or, “I feel sad.” Most people would say something like, “I’m angry,” or, “I’m a bit down”.
Without realizing it, we are misidentifying with the feeling – we are saying that we ARE the feeling!
Usually we think a feeling is holding on to us. This is not true. We are always in control and just do not realise it most of the time.
Now, let the pen or pencil go. Just drop it!
What happened to the object when you released it from your grip?
You let go of the object, and it fell. Was that hard?
Of course it wasn’t. It was a simple matter of releasing your grip on the object. Then it naturally fell away from you. It was not attached to you and it was not a part of you. By simply releasing it, you let it go.
You can do exactly the same thing with your feelings. You can simply let them go because they are not a part of you nor are they connected to you in any way. They are just like the pen or pencil in the fact that you are choosing to keep them in your energy system. You are simply holding onto them and you can easily remove them by simply dropping them.
In further articles I will examine the three different aspects of “releasing” and show you how to use them. If you would like to get fast results now, however, just visit Sedona Method or Release Technique to learn more.