Monday, November 29, 2010

Sedona Method Observation Method

I have been running a lot of letting go of wanting to figure it out/wanting to think/wanting to know what to do routines lately. It is amazing the insights that pop up when you let go of wanting to know anything.

Yesterday I got an inspiration to release in a slightly different way.

The Observation Method

1. Choose an issue to release on, a goal you desire or a problem you want resolved.

2. Observe your experience of that matter. Simply notice what you are observing in terms of feelings, images and internal dialogue. Pay attention to what you are observing without wanting to change it. Just keep watching it - the more attention you give it, the more you will notice.

3. Notice what happens

Observe the experience without judgement, effort or trying to fix it. It will then let go on its own.

I am not talking about allowing the feelings to be present. I am not talking about going deeper into the feelings to explore them. All I am saying is watch them and see what happens.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Sedona Method Scam?

You learned the sedona method and you let go BUT you never got the success you wanted. You`re frustrated, had enough of trying to make it work and you`re online looking for the new new thing that will work and get you everything you`ve ever dreamed of.

The Truth About Making The Sedona Method Work

The issue I see all the time since 1999 in this forum is that people don`t fully understand what it takes to fully release on a goal or problem.

Here is a reference checklist to consider if you want to finally get the big results that are possible when you truly let go.

Letting Go Checklist

1. Release to completion

Keep releasing on the goal until there is nothing else to let go of. When you get to this stage nothing at all pops up when you view the goal from these different angles:

- resistance
- fear
- attachments/aversions
- agflap chart

Instead of noticing more limiting feelings, you`ll feel happy and at peace with a sense that the world is perfect as it is. Of course step 1 must be in place to facilitate this - release to release not to get something.

This takes commitment and time. How much time? That depends on the issue and how much agflap you have already let go of before facing the current issue.

I often have 5 hour releasing days to make progress on a goal. Then I give more hours to it on consecutive days to stay high on the chart of emotions so as to keep clearing out agflap.
I know people who release from the moment they wake up and all day long until the moment they go to sleep - they get the big results that are possible when you completely let go.

2. Momentum

When you invest time daily in releasing you will spend more time in the flow and its much easier to reach down and quickly let go of any agflap that pops up. When momentum is on your side: it is quick and easy to let go - as promised in the sedona method marketing materials.

The opposite is true if you only release now and then or when you happen to think of it. It is like starting a car on a cold winter morning after coming home from a two week holiday. It takes a lot of power just to warm up!

3. Havingness

When you are completely released on a goal there is a sense of having it right here and now. There is no sense of lacking, wanting or separation from the goal. It is as if you do have it even though that makes no sense to the mind.

Yet, there is no thinking and no trying to figure it out because you are at peace and feel that havingness with conviction. Just like you have that sense that you have your car key in your pocket before you put your hand in your pocket to open the door.

4. Step 6

Step 6 of the six steps is key if you want to go from dabbling to mastery of your world. When you make releasing constant you`ll see the power of letting go.

Use these points as a checklist if you are frustrated that the sedona method doesn`t work.

Could it get any better?