The Sedona method course - Plus effortless wealth and success, relationship, health - Hale Dwoskin

"No one should ever accept anything until they can prove it out for themselves.
There are two ways to prove things: externally and internally.
Externally is proving in the world by doing it.
Internally is by seeing it intuitively before it happens."

-- Lester Levenson, the inspiration behind the Sedona method


The method helps you to change from the inside out by showing you how to eliminate the subconscious blocks that hold you back from having, being and doing what you choose.

The Sedona method is based on the premise that in this moment you already are whole, complete, and perfect as you are.

The Sedona method is not intellectual. It's an experimental learning process.
Learning to use the Method will be cumulative. Your ability will deepen each day.

Please read this first

The seminar is made up of 20 CDs, which correspond to the 20 sections of this accompanying book.

Please do all of the releases on your first run through of this program even if you do not feel they relate to you.

Do I have to change my beliefs or believe something new?
Absolutely not. We suggest you don't just believe anything we say. Remain open to discovery and prove it to yourself.

How long does it take to learn how to release?
That's up to you. It depends how much you apply in your everyday life. The results may start out subtly.

What does it feel like to release?
It varies depending on the individual. A sense of lightness and relaxation. Or like having a good laugh.
Your mind will progressively go quieter and you will start to see more solutions rather than just problems.

How do I know if I'm doing it right?
If it doesn't completely shift at first, then release and release again. As long a you see results you're doing fine.

What if I feel I don't know how to release?
We were all born with the inmate ability to let go. It doesn't require thinking or understanding. It's natural just like breathing.
Or like a light switch. The more you can lead with your heart and not your mind, the better.

How often should I release?
You can't overdo. The more you practice, the more benefits.
Look at each upset in your life as an opportunity for greater freedom through releasing.
Have fun, avoid turning release into another "should".

How could something so simple be so powerful?
The most powerful and usuable things in life are the simplest. Just like breathing.

What should I do if I find myself getting caught back into old patterns of behavior or I plain forgot to release?
This is to be expected and it's okay. Your ability to release will increase over time.
When you have recognized that there is a problem, you can always release.
At first you will only remember to release afterwards, then you'll catch yourself in the middle, finally you'll catch yoursself about to get caught up in the pattern again so you can release and not do it. Ultimately you won't need to release anymore as you'll have completely let it go.

How can I best utilize the method based on the physical sense with which I lead?
You may try incorporating sight, feeling, auditory into the proocess.

Visual sensing



How is this process going to help me get what I want?
The method is a tool that frees you to have, or do whatever you will or desire by showing how to let go of whatever is inside of you that says you can't have it, shouldn't have it, or don't deserve it…
All the negative self-talk and limiting beliefs, attitudes, and feelings that hold you back.
Once your inner de-motivators are removed, you are free to have, be, and do it all.

How can I get most from this process?
This process will help you to free yourself from all of your unwanted pattern of behavior, thought, and feeling.
Allow yourself to see, hear and feel ir working rather than thinking about how and why it works.

What if I'm not sure I'm getting it or I need some assistance?
Give it time to unfold.
We have spent most of our lives supressing our feelings and rarely let them go.
It takes practice to rediscover it is possible and easy.
Even subtle release count. Be persistent.

CD 01 - The four ways of letting go

Deciding to drop it

When you grip an object in your hand, notice that you are the one holding on to it; it is not attached to your hand.
The same is true with your feelings. Your feelings are attached to you as this object is attached to your hand.

Instead of saying "I feel angry / sad" we say "I am angry / sad".
Without realizing we are misidentifying that we are the feelings. We believe a feeling is holding on to us.
But we are always in control.

Welcoming or allowing the emotion

If you walked around with your hand open, wouldn't it be very difficult to hold on to the pen you're holding?
Likewise, when you allow or welcome a feeling, you are opening your consciousness, and this enables the feeling to drop away all by itself like clouds passing in the sky.
It's like you're removing the lid from a pressure cooker.

Diving into the core of the emotion

If you magniffied the pen large enough, it would appear more and more like empty space: the gap between molecules and atoms.
When you dive into the very core of a feeling, you'll see likewise that nothing is really there.
Even your deepest feelings are just on the surface.
At the core you are empty, silent, at peace. Not in the pain and darkness we assume.
Like a soap bubble that burst when you're touching it.

Holistic releasing

You can notice the object you're holding is defined by opposites.
You can perceive it because of the space around it. Without space there can be no contents.
Emotion and feelings are held together by opposite as well.
When you welcome both sides (good and bad, right and wrong…) instead of clinging to one and resisting the other, you find that they both dissolve leaving you with the empty space that allows for all experiencing.