It is one thing to follow along with the Sedona Method lessons, but it is another to remember to use the techniques while life is going on around you.
The ironic thing is that it is in the real life situations that the opportunities to apply the method come up.
When I am listening to a CD and I am asked to think of a situation I am struggling with, I find it difficult to bring it up and feel any emotion about it.
I find myself trying to release feelings that just aren’t there and not noticing that any change is taking place. But then I come across situations that trigger intense emotion, but it never occurs to me until later that I could have used the method.
My wife is also following the course. She has Multiple Sclerosis and finds it very difficult to do things that used to be easy. On top of that, she was never the most patient of people before. Her reaction to the smallest thing going wrong can be extreme to say the least.
I have constantly told her over the years that what you give energy to is what you create. By always focusing on what she can’t do, she creating more lack of ability. Somethings when I hear hear one of her outbursts, it is like a knife through my heart.
Of course, it is an ideal opportunity to release on those feelings, for both of us. But do we remember to do it? Never. For some people, including us, a degree of persistence is required to internalize the process and have it available at any moment.
It is only as I write this that I have noticed that we are missing these golden opportunities to practice. That could be a breakthrough in itself. And it convinces me all the more how valuable this program could be for us.
I am feeling much happier than when I started writing. In fact I am literally sitting here with a smile on my face. This is an emotion that I am feeling. Perhaps I should try to release on it. We are told that feelings are real and emotions are liars.
I find that when I ask the question, ‘could I let it go?’, the answer is no. But that is an honest answer which also makes it a valid answer. Apparently, you can still release even if the answer is no. Having tried the process once, if anything I feel the emotion more strongly.
I think that that is better than keeping it suppressed. I feel inclined to go off now and try more repetitions. At least I have a real emotion to work with now. Maybe this thing is working in the background, despite my lack of awareness. It’s all good.
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