The Great Sedona Method Experiment – Freedom with no cost

Posted: October 12, 2009 by Thrivelearning in Uncategorized
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This is no experiment, this is life at its fullest.

While this may seem adventurous to some, it is really every persons’ adventure. Because if you are reading this, you are seeking peace, personal freedom, happiness, joy, prosperity – whatever you want to call it and in all its incarnations.

But I’m not here to simply parrot or explain Levenson, Dwoskin, Crane, or anyone else. These are just my own approach to this particular subject of personal clearing – if you want to call it that.

The Rules:

1. Cut out all TV, radio, newspapers, magazines other than what you need to directly live your life. Sure, if we could create a cave with temperature control and sufficient food to live indefinately, then you could cut everything out – all contact with the world for the period you are working at this. But realistically, no.

My compromise is to live on a farm with little contact with people other than a very few close family and whoever I have to deal with to get the farm business done. My freelance is on the web, so I work at this. And try to keep from going down rabbit holes by staying focused with exact actions to do daily.

The idea is to calm the mind and not let disturbances set it off again.

2. Understand the various release techniques fully. Get the books, listen to as many tapes as you have to. Get all this homework done as you can. Keep these to hand as reference, but don’t refer to them constantly. Get the basics down to simplicities that you can easily apply. (I’ve got some “boiling down” to do, which I’ll post as I can.)

3. Release constantly. Everything that comes up – until nothing comes up at all. Find your intuitive Self – and work out how to release that as well. Release all bliss as well. You’ll know when you’re done.Release stuckness when you get stuck, if you do.

4. Take no examples of anyone else as standards or goals for yourself. Not Lester, not the Christ, not anyone. In fact, release all goals and all personal standards of behavior you had earlier set. Become completely hootless about anything and everything. Attain or acquire anything and everything you need by releasing.

5. When you run out of things to release, and the world is perfect all the time, answer: “What Am I?”

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That’s the sum of it.

Doesn’t mean you don’t do anything, but it does mean you have to release constantly. Listening to TV or radio or any “news” just sets you back, as these are just distractions and arbitrarily give you more to release. You have to want your own freedom more than you want the world.

What we are working at is to get as high as we can, as fast as we can – and that upper energy level will allow much faster releasing of broader concepts.

The key points are to get the world off your back until you are fully released. I’m not going to say you are going to become a Master – that is between you and your Self. I don’t say you are going to do or achieve anything. If you follow these steps at all, what you get out is what you put in.

  • Get the world off your back,
  • know and understand the basics so you can apply them simply.
  • Release constantly.
  • And when you run out of things to release and the world is perfect all the time, answer the question: “What Am I?”

I’m not saying this is easy or hard to do. Your mileage may vary.

It is just the approach I’m taking.

And I’ll keep you posted how it goes.

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