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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The Sedona Method: Changing The World

Recently I visited Sedona.com and read about The Sedona Method. It’s a technique that allows people to change their emotional and thinking patterns. A few of the core ideas are that we are not our thoughts, everybody is connected, and there is no such thing as time (there is only the present moment of “now”). This method has been taught in the U.S. since 1974, and continues to spread itself with the goal of revolutionizing worldwide consciousness in a peaceful way.

Whether you want more money, more success, healthier relationships, or just to be happier, the Sedona Method is built on techniques to help you get where you want to go. One technique that makes encountering hardship easier is to just accept the given situation, as well as all your thoughts and emotions. Most people tend to compare the way things are (bad) to how they might be (good), and end up focusing on the imaginary good scenario too much. The Sedona Method, from what I’ve read, says that you should focus on what is happening in reality, in the present, and accept it. That way, I believe, you’ll be better able to change things. If you’re focusing on an imaginary ideal all day, there’s no way you can come up with the actions necessary to reach it. You need to start with what you’ve got in order to change things, and that seems to be a big part of what the Sedona Method is all about.

When you accept all things, accept yourself, and are fully in the moment of “now,” you can experience presence awareness. I believe this has to do with experiencing a truer form of “I am,” and it entails “letting go” of the ego. I think it’s like how “time flies when you’re having fun,” and how you can enter “the zone” when doing something like watching your favorite show, reading a book, playing a musical instrument or sport, or performing a task at which you are an expert. When the situation has your full attention, you don’t think about yourself. You’re in the zone, and I think the Sedona Method’s presence awareness state must be something like that. It’s like Zen.

I’ve heard that the earth may be moving toward a noosphere, a state in which all humans are telepathically linked, without the aid of technology. The Sedona Method seems to be a step toward that direction. But aside from that, it is a program that is spreading every day, helping people increase the quality of their lives, and their level of personal effectiveness. At Sedona.com, you can order a Free DVD and CD that explains more.

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