The trauma caused by betrayal is perhaps one of the most painful things that a person can live with. If you are struggling with letting go of hurt, anxiety, or stress, let Hale Dwoskin help you out.
Over four decades ago, Hale discovered the Sedona Method®, a simple, powerful, and easy-to-learn technique that helped him let go of unwanted emotions. This powerful tool led him to achieve inner peace, lightness, and contentment, and it enabled him to succeed in various facets of his life. Since then, he has been on a mission to help others learn the Sedona Method® so they can also improve their lives.
In this episode of From Betrayal to Breakthrough, Hale talks about inner resistance and how the Sedona Method® can help people move forward and uncover the happiness that is within them.
Hale Dwoskin has dedicated more than 40 years to teaching and sharing the Sedona Method, which helps people alleviate their suffering and discover the truth of who they really are.
Hale is the author of the New York Times best-seller The Sedona Method and is one of the featured teachers in the book and movie phenomenon The Secret. He was also mentioned in the book The Greatest Secret and the movie Letting Go.
Hale is the Director of Training, Chief Teacher, and Spokesperson of Sedona Training Associates, an organization created to promote the emotional releasing techniques inspired by his friend, mentor, and teacher, Lester Levenson. He also co-authored Happiness is Free and it’s Easier Than You Think with Levenson and is a founding member of the Transformational Leadership Council.
In This Episode
- Who is Hale Dwoskin? [0:10]
- What is the Sedona Method®? [2:14]
- How can the Sedona Method® help people let go of the pain caused by betrayal? [3:16]
- Real-life examples of the results of the Sedona Method® [6:29]
- How do you practice the Sedona Method®? [11:43]
- …and many more
“The reason I know this simple way of letting go is so powerful is I’ve been doing it myself since 1976 and I’ve been helping people with it since 1976. And hundreds of thousands of people do this all over the world and what they find is that when they’re open to letting go, they’re not letting the other person off the hook, they’re letting themselves off the hook.” [4:19]
“When you put your excess baggage down, then your life lightens, your heart opens, your body relaxes, and you see life with a lot more clarity, insight, and understanding, and you don’t feel the victim anymore. You can start to take control of your life in a very organic, natural, integrated way.” [5:50]
“Universally, what happens to people as they let go is they become more comfortable in their own skin, they feel more at ease even in situations that used to be tense, they feel more able to handle life’s challenges, and they generally see improvements in the level of amount of money they have in the bank. Believe it or not, when you feel less stressed and more peaceful and more happy [sic], it affects your level of abundance.” [7:32]
“What we’ve discovered is that when people let go, their bodies start to correct themselves—even from the small to the extreme. When you take out the stress and the tension and the anxiety and the feelings you have about whatever is going on physically, then you naturally gravitate towards things that actually help.” [10:02]
“Feelings are just feelings. They’re not facts and they’re not you and you can let them go. And also, you—at your core—are already whole, already complete, already enough as you are. And you can discover that for yourself by just being open to what’s really natural and true for yourself and letting go as best you can.” [27:10]