A wave of awakening is finally breaking into the mass consciousness that has been building for decades. As a planet, we are awakening from the dream of separation and learning to let go of victim consciousness as we take greater responsibility for our thoughts, feelings and beliefs and how they create what we experience as our “reality.”
Within the last few years, the Law of Attraction has reached the attention of millions of people with the advent of the book and movie phenomenon, The Secret. More recently, A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle has brought forward a large and growing interest in awakening from the dream of the ego. But how do we bridge the gap between getting what we want through the Law of Attraction while not creating greater attachment to the ego? The Sedona Method is that bridge.
Most often, when we try to create what we want, we use external action, forcing or cajoling our conscious thinking to align with our intent using the force of personal will (ego). We affirm, or visualize what we want without letting go of the thoughts and feelings to the contrary, so we end up sometimes succeeding, and sometimes succeeding only in creating more suffering for ourselves and those around us.
One of the cornerstones of The Sedona Method is that it can free you to attract all that you desire. We have always done this in a very unique way by helping people to manifest their goals through dissolving rather than strengthening the ego. Rather than trying to want our goals more and force ourselves to think and feel a certain way, with The Sedona Method, we create what we want by letting go of our imaginary sense of limitation, our incessant need for more, our desire for the goal, and our attachments and aversions to the goal – in short, ego itself.
By creating through letting go of every goal, we also support ourselves in awakening.
Manifesting in this manner has a surprisingly wonderful result. Not only do we tip the scales in the direction of creating what we choose, but also we feel better and better along the way as we become less and less attached. As we let go, our mind naturally gets quieter and the remaining thoughts naturally get more positive without effort. This is because we are being motivated from our own intuitive knowingness instead of surface ego desires. We also uncover and feel a greater sense of aliveness, presence and spaciousness inside.
As we continue to let go, our goals may naturally change, evolving from goals we feel we “must” or “should” achieve – goals we have based on what we believe our parents, spouse, peers, friends, coworkers, boss or society want from us – to ones that are actually a part of our true life purpose. We also naturally gravitate from win-lose to win-win.
As we continue to let go, we are attracted to the goals and actions that are for our own highest and best good, and for the highest and best good for everyone.