Archive: November, 2017

Releasing: An Effective, Natural Remedy for Anxiety

Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 by Hale Dwoskin

Anxiety has reached what some would consider epidemic proportions, and with good reason. How could we not experience the feeling of anxiousness? All around us are traumatic events, natural disasters, divorces, taxes, crime, poverty, hunger, injustice, health concerns, war, death, loss, broken relationships, unemployment, foreclosures, violence, crime, and a host of other intensely stressful situations.

Even when these things aren’t happening to us directly or personally, just the thought that they might sends incredible amounts of anxiety to our already overloaded minds.

Here’s what happens… Your heart beats rapidly as though it might burst through your chest any minute. Your hands are clammy and your stomach is tied up in knots. It’s hard to concentrate. You know logically that there is no reason to feel the fear that is gripping your gut, but you feel out-of-control powerless to do anything about it. And, maybe, this is not the first time this has happened.

Does this sound familiar? If you have ever felt this, you are not alone and there is real lasting help in form of The Sedona Method.


5 Simple Steps to Let Go for Good

Friday, November 10th, 2017 by Hale Dwoskin

Let Go for Good

The Sedona Method is a simple, easy-to-learn technique that shows you how to uncover your natural ability to let go of any painful or unwanted feeling. This technique has helped hundreds of thousands of people to tap this natural ability to let go of uncomfortable or unwanted emotions on the spot.

A simple exercise

Try this simple exercise of letting go:

  • Pick up a pen, a pencil, or some small object that you would be willing to drop without giving it a second thought.
  • Now, hold it in front of you and really grip it tightly.
  • Pretend this is one of your limiting feelings and that your hand represents your gut or your consciousness. (If you held the object long enough, this would start to feel uncomfortable yet familiar.)
  • Now, open your hand and roll the object around in it. Notice that you are the one holding on to it; it is not attached to your hand.
  • Now, let the object go.

What happened? You let go of the object, and it dropped to the floor. Was that hard? Of course not. That’s what we mean when we say “let go.”