Archive for December, 2012

Improved Goals Process with Release Technique

Tweet Over the past few years Larry Crane and staff have done an AMAZING job of identifying what was preventing folks from consistently getting their goals.  Through releasing and observing what might be some of the concerns, he identified a few important steps that weren’t being consistently applied.  He recognized that The Six Steps of the method as designed by Lester Levenson needed to be applied consistently in order for folks to have reliable results.  By including the 6-steps in a more formalized process, releasers of all levels of experience are now demonstrating an improved ability to consistently get their …

Letting go of Complaining and Begin to Feel Better

Tweet So often we get so caught up in complaining that we forget that we have an option to choose to do something else.  We have also conditioned ourselves to COMPLAIN about anything we dislike.  And without realizing it, we have further given ourselves both a negative and deconstructive outlet in relation to resolving what is bothering us.  Nothing positive ever comes out of complaining unless we are willing to let go of wanting to be right, and begin doing something other than expressing ourselves in a negative manner. We have to consciously see that we are holding onto the …

“Wanting to be Safe”

Tweet Perhaps at times you have noticed your heart is racing while watching a movie or listening to a negative conversation.  If this is your experience, you can be certain that you may actually be in a state of panic or fear.  By regularly listening to the news or watching action-flicks may actually result in our subconsciously conditioning ourselves to experience a feeling of being out of control or unsafe.  Just as we are influenced by television or commentary on the radio, imagine young children being in the room.  Without our realizing, children are also being exposed and influenced through …

Are you paying attention to your aversions?

Tweet We know that an aversion is anything that we don’t like.  We also know that it’s also something we choose to avoid.  Basically an aversion feels like, “Get that away from me!”  And yet we know what we resist, will persist.  When we are see things as being a problem it is only because we are resisting.  We don’t really want to see what we are holding in mind.  Remember that where there is an attachment, there is also an aversion.  On the attachment side, we have a subconscious need to have something (someone) in our life.  The aversion …