There are so many people in the world who don’t seem to have what they want. And when you ask them why that is, well, they are often talented at coming up with all sorts of excuses. “I have a family to provide for.” “I don’t have enough education.” “I don’t have enough money.” “I […]
I’ve been hearing about The Sedona Method for several years now. However, until recently, it has never quite caught my attention.
Perhaps it was the way it was introduced, but it just seemed so simplistic.
In fact, you may have heard of it. It is the method that has these three questions:
- “Could you let it go?”
- “Would you?”
When I first heard of these, I thought, “What good is that? I can’t just let go of resistance by asking myself to.”
However, recently I was led to check it out more deeply. First I got their Quick Study Course, and then I decided to pick up the book: The Sedona Method, by Hale Dwoskin.
Right up front, I’ll tell you, at risk of sounding hyperbolic, that this is quite possibly the best spiritual / personal development book I have ever read, and I’ve read a large number of books.
My predominant thought as I was reading, first was, “I’m sorry I passed this over all this time,” and second, “I can’t believe I got all this content for $10.”
The book is over 400 pages, and could easily probably be split into several books.
I realized that what I thought was The Sedona Method before was just barely scratching the surface of what it can really do.
Yes, those are the basic three questions. But unless you know how to really apply them, they seem completely useless.
Enough about that, though. I want to introduce the background of this method, first.