Category: Trauma

From Change to Changelessness

Sunday, February 22nd, 2015 by Hale Dwoskin
Hale Dwoskin, Sedona Method

Sedona in the Snow

“We live in a world that appears to be constantly changing. We get so caught up in all the external changes that we miss the changeless background on or in which all appears. We construct our world based on the change-full and wonder why we feel so out of control and dissatisfied. As we discover that changeless background we gain the strength to navigate the natural cycles and ups and downs of life.

Tip: Allow yourself to welcome what is as best you can, moment to moment, and allow things to change as they do opposed to always feeling like you need to direct the show. The more you let go of wanting to hold onto what is pleasurable and wanting to change what is painful or distasteful to you the more you will experience the joy an peace that is available to us each and every moment in life.

As you let go of wanting to direct the show it will start to surprise and delight you in ways you could not have possibly imagined based on past experience. And when things don’t go the way you want you will find that instead of getting stuck you handle challenges better. You will sail through life like a bird with the air beneath its wings.”

The above text is an excerpt from the Sedona Method Release-A-Day program. Please comment below on how this is supporting you and the benefits you are getting from Release-A-Day.

Release-A-Day is a daily audio release on topics ranging from having more money, better relationships and more radiant health and well-being to living love, beyond the limits of mind and discovering and living the Truth of that which you are.

I have crafted this program from new recordings from me, excerpts from recent retreats and parts of some of our most powerful audio programs. Each day is brand new so let’s celebrate the day with peace, joy and a unique release that will help you to have, be and do what you choose and to be the All. For information visit: http://www.sedona.com/release-a-day

Understanding Trauma

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014 by Hale Dwoskin

Up to 40 percent of Americans will be exposed to a traumatic event during their lifetimes, according to the America Psychiatric Association. Some people are able to go through such a trauma — a natural disaster, mass violence, a terrorist attack, war, or other traumatic accident — without developing significant psychological symptoms. For many, however, the incident can take a major emotional toll, leading to:

  • Depression
  • Alcohol and drug abuse
  • Fear and anxiety
  • Survivor’s guilt
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Insomnia
  • Nightmares or flashbacks

(more…)