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Sedona Method Emotions: What Are The Sedona Method Emotions?

Feb 12, 2008
The Sedona Method says that we go through a series of 9 different emotional states, often referred to as the Sedona Method emotions.

Here's a list of these states and some of the feelings that you're likely to experience when you're stuck in a particular state. You can use the Sedona Method questions to let go of these emotions.


The lowest of the low. Generally speaking, you're so apathetic that you just can't be bothered to do anything. Kind of like the way a typical teenager is often depicted.


It takes more effort to grieve than to be apathetic. Even though many people would place this at the bottom of the list. We grieve when we have lost a loved one or something precious to us. It's good to grieve but eventually there comes a time when you need to move on, so releasing the grief is a good plan.


As you'd expect, this happens when you are afraid of something. As a child, it may be fear of the dark. As we get older, it's likely that it is fear of the unknown in one of its many manifestations. So you could be fearful about an upcoming examination or job interview. Anything that causes a change in our routine could lead to becoming fearful. When you release on this, you move up to the next emotional state:


Whether this is physical lust for another person or lusting after an item or object (that brand new LCD television, for instance) doesn't matter. What matters is that you recognize that being lustful isn't necessarily the best "place" for you to be in. As with all the other emotional states here, recognizing that you are experiencing them is often a large part of being able to release on them and let them go.


Grrrr! It takes quite a lot of effort to be angry for any length of time, which is why it's quite a long way into the list before we meet this. One of the problems with anger is that we will often vent it on other people. Which doesn't help them, even if we feel better for it. It's far better to let go of the angry feeling. Bottling up your anger has been shown to lead to other health problems, so let it drift out of your system.


This feeling borders on being "good". The trouble with pride is that we're often protective of the achievement and it's this kind of pride that can turn into a negative feeling.


This is the first really positive feeling on the list. Courage is good and the feeling of standing up to someone and not letting them brow beat you can be positively uplifting.


Allow things to just "be". You accept that most things are good as they are. When you exist in a state of acceptance, you will start to feel calm and collected. Ready to let yourself go into the highest emotional state:


Tranquility is another word you could use for this. It's a blissful state and the feeling of elation when you get there is difficult to put into words - but you'll spot it immediately, I guarantee.
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