The Sedona Method is one of the most simple and easy-to-understand techniques for emotional release you’ll ever learn.
Your biggest resistance to this technique will live in its simplicity.That’s until you experience its power.
The Sedona Method doesn’t require you to believe in it because it just works.
Let’s get right into it!
The 3 Steps of The Sedona Method
- Could you let it go?
- Would you let it go?
Let me add some clarity and explanation to these 3 simple parts to this releasing technique.
Become Aware of Your Emotional State
The First step in The Sedona Method is to become aware of your emotional state.
Simply feel it.
Refuse to judge it or label it as good it bad.It’s simply an experience.
It’s apparently what is.
Decide to Let Go
The second step in letting go is to simply decide to.
In life, we are the sum total of all our decisions.It’s our decision whether we hold onto an emotion or let it go.
The video below explains this perfectly.
Choosing to let go will feel unfamiliar, uncomfortable, and uncertain at first.
Allow this feeling to happen and pass through you.
You Are Not Your Emotions
For most of our lives, we feel like our emotions and beliefs are ours.
This isn’t true.Recognize your identification with your emotions and you put yourself in a powerful position.
Most of us state, “I am angry” as opposed to “I am feeling anger.”
Remove your sense of ownership from your emotions.
You don’t own your emotions, you simply experience them.
Letting go of your emotions is the key to transforming your life.
Especially the emotions that are the end product of our past experiences.
If you would like to learn more about letting go you’ll want to check out our YouTube video on letting go below.
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