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The Sedona Method Questions

Feb 7, 2008
The most basic use of the Sedona method - and the easiest to pick up - is to ask yourself the three Sedona method questions.

It's probably also the biggest problem experienced by users of the Sedona method. People ask themselves why just asking a series of three simple questions over and over again has the powerful effects claimed. We're so used to things being complicated in our modern day lives that we sometimes have difficulty believing this.

The best way to prove to yourself that the Sedona method really does work is to try it yourself.

Before we come on to the actual three Sedona questions, you first need to identify a feeling or sensation that is an issue for you.

If this is the first time you've used the Sedona method, I suggest that you choose something fairly small. Just a niggle. It could even be the feeling of doubt that you are currently experiencing over whether or not the Sedona method will work for you. It's a lot easier to start this way than to use a giant problem or issue. You can work up to that later, once you've shown to your conscious mind that the technique really is as powerful as their website claims.

Once you've identified the feeling, ask yourself the three Sedona method questions:

1. Could I let it go?
2. Would I let it go?
3. When?

Answer each question in turn.

Don't take forever answering. Your first response is almost certainly correct.

If you find yourself taking minutes or even hours to answer what are basically simple yes or no questions, you're thinking too much. Stop thinking for a while! In the words of Nike, "Just do it!"

The fun part is that, so long as you don't sit on the fence, there are no right or wrong answers to these questions. Questions 1 and 2 can be answered with either "yes" or "no". "Maybe" isn't an option. Nor is "I don't know". If you're not sure whether the answer is yes or no, dive in and give an answer anyway. Question 3 can be answered with any time period, ranging from "now, this instant" through to "never - hell will freeze over first" and all points inbetween.

Then repeat the same questions until you reach a state where the feeling or problem no longer bothers you. This may be a couple of times or it may be that you need to answer the same question ten or twenty times. Whatever feels right is fine. Don't beat yourself up because you're taking too long on a particular question. If that happens, it will be happening for a reason. Go with it. And if you get too frustrated, use the question set on the frustration instead!

You may well find yourself laughing out loud on the third or fourth repetition of the questions. That's great if that happens (but don't sweat if it doesn't). It means that you are releasing your feelings and instead of them being pent up inside you, they are allowed to escape and stop irritating you.

Simple isn't it?
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Check here for a review of the Sedona method and how it can help you to improve your life and start to relax more. Here's the review: http://trevsreviews.com/2006/12/27/sedona-method-review/
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