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From Impossible to Possible

October 5th, 2015 by Hale Dwoskin
Beyond the Web of Illusion

Beyond the Web of Illusion

Am I willing to exercise the power of discernment and discrimination?

We often believe that we really do have insurmountable obstacles to overcome in order to move forward in our lives. But what if this is just a belief? Lester Levenson used to say, “Even the most impossible becomes completely possible when you fully release on it.” This has been my experience as well. When you let go, you discover that all apparent obstacles are merely imaginary.

Whatever seems impossible in your life right now could merely be a challenge to be seen through and dissolved as opposed insurmountable obstacle. The problems that we face in life are merely spun from our own essence that is then experienced as being separate from us. This creates the appearance of being a victim of life. If you view life as your own projection and are least open to the possibility that the mind is not always right you can see through your own home spun illusions. You will discover a whole new freer way of being successful and happy in life.

You can take this several steps further as well. You can discover from your own direct experience whether any problem you’re facing in this moment is actually real or here. And further still, you can discover that most of what we believe to be real is merely imaginary. True reality is beyond our conceptions and even our physical and emotional perceptions.

The above post was inspired by our new course Sustainable Success and Abundance.

I highly encourage you to join me as we push the envelope and discover how much is possible when you truly let go.



5 Responses to “From Impossible to Possible”

  1. Rob says:

    So if you have a terminal illness you can heal it by releasing?

    • Alex Viefhaus says:

      The Sedona Method does not encourage anyone to stop taking medication. TSM does not claim to diagnose, treat, or cure any physical or emotional condition. We advise that you consult your physician and any other appropriate professional.

      You’ll never know how the Sedona Method can help you without trying it for yourself.

  2. gary says:

    I have heard of this, but I do not really understand it fully. So If I want something in my life, or want to get a specific result..I let it go and move on to other that what it is? Ans someway the results I want in my life then show up…is that it?

    • Alex Viefhaus says:

      You let go of “wanting”. Want means, to lack. If you keep saying I want this, then you’re creating a mantra that says I lack this and what you focus on manifest. So you continue to manifest Lack. Letting go actually opens you up to allowing yourself to have.

      Most of us are trapped in a rut of wanting and it seems impossible to change. We don’t know what to focus on. In the Sustainable Success Program, “You will learn to focus and concentrate 1) on your goals, 2) on what’s here now, and 3) on the ultimate reality that underlies all that is experienced.”


  3. Marina says:

    Thank you so much for your work, Dale!

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