The Sedona Method is good but it takes time to learn it and then you have to remember to apply it when you need it. Your brain is wired in a particular way and has a tendency to keep thinking in the same way. You need to get in there and rewire it.
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I finally bought the Sedona Method course, having heard several good reports about it, but then life happened and it was forgotten in a drawer for a couple of months. When I made the decision to begin to work with it, for no particular reason, I Googled sedona method.
One of Googles suggestions was ‘the sedona method scam’. I had glanced at the course material and it was pretty much what I had expected. I couldn’t resist checking out what people were complaining about.
I visited several forums and read some of the threads attacking sedona and other programs. My first impression was that these people seem to have some extreme views about programs they don’t appear to have used.
Someone said that the layout of the sedona.com website made it obvious that it was a scam. He didn’t even mention what was written on the site. Not having achieved a state of serenity yet, I had to leave. These people make me so angry.
The tag line for the sedona method course is, ‘Your key to lasting happiness, success, peace and emotional well-being’. I admit that maybe that sounds a little hypey. But I don’t think that it promises miracles either.
Nothing that I have read or heard so far, tells me that just listening to the first CD of the course will cause a truckload of gold to be deposited on my driveway. I am not looking for that anyway.
The problem is that many people are. They are constantly on the lookout for some magic system that will give them everything they want, with little or no effort. They constantly hop from one thing to another, do nothing with it and call it a scam when they get no results.
Finally, they end up on forums, whining about life not being fair and complaining about things that they haven’t even tried and people they have had no contact with. They would probably still give you their cow for some magic beans though. I have no time for these people and no interest in their views.
I intend to work through the course with an open mind and see where it leads. One thing that is emphasized early on is that you are not expected to take anything on trust. You are asked not to believe anything unless you can prove it for yourself.
That seems entirely reasonable to me and not some kind of double bluff to get me to believe anything that ‘they’ want me to. It was my decision to buy the course and it is up to me to make use of it. So far, I do not feel scammed.
Maybe if the Sedona Method was complicated it would be more believable for these people. Perhaps anything this simple must be a scam.