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Colleen

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Using the Sedona Method to help Resolve the Mind
« on: March 08, 2014, 03:20:55 pm »
Hale Dwoskin is the main Teacher of the Sedona Method Courses and I've linked to a candid interview of him here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwSg_PCQuxI

The Sedona Method Course is very complementary to the better known junior packages of TROM.   It also gets as far as "Separation and Oneness"   It is available in CDs or one can find free MP3 files on the internet for the older course.  The sessions are easy peasey because of the skillful attention to gradients.   Plus Trommers have the added crucial practice of doing RI before and after a session.

Last night I gave myself a session re "To Control" and was happy to find that I could now confront some life patterns of Control.

Do plenty of RI before and after a session, or some other havingness process.   I did not do enough RI apparently last night and did not have a great night's sleep as residuals of the "To Control" session pulled in more issues with Control.

 

To remove that which separates one from the truth.

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Re: Using the Sedona Method to help Resolve the Mind
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2014, 12:02:42 am »
Yes it's a good thing to do. I've skimmed through it and it seems it's about letting to of emotion. And if you can't let go of it, then simply welcome the emotion.

For me I could do both, let go and welcome the emotion. Welcoming it seems to be very effective for me and I feel my body have an edorphin release! Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Using the Sedona Method to help Resolve the Mind
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2014, 08:25:00 am »
Yes, addressing mis-emotion is the first stage of clearing and somewhat corresponds with Dennis' gradient levels, especially RI.   Then Lester goes beyond that and has one look at postulates.    That is where it really tries to emulate Trom.   Lester would have applauded Trom.
To remove that which separates one from the truth.