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About Lester Levenson
The Sedona Method is a self-help technique developed by the late Lester Levenson after a serious heart attack nearly ended his life. Lester regained his health and attributed his renewed positive outlook to a process of self-inquiry. The process is taught as a practical technique also called the Release Technique. Hale Dwoskin, President of Sedona Training Associates, has appeared in "The Secret" and is a teacher and facilitator of the Sedona Method.
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All unhappiness is caused by our trying to be limited, to be an ego. The more we are our Self, the happier we are. We will never be completely happy until we are completely being our Self.
Misery is complexity. Happiness is simplicity.
If you see misery, it's your misery. When you see the perfection where the seeming imperfection seems to be, the misery is only an apparency.
Every problem is an ego problem. In order to have a problem there has to be an ego-frustration.
Feeling sad about anything is holding onto it. Say, 'This is something I have to let go of,' and immediately you will feel better.
Every time you feel miserable, there is present an excellent opportunity to make a big step forward.
Until we become fully free, we put up a false front, a facade, to others for the purpose of winning the acceptance and approval of others. We behave in accordance with what we think the other one wants rather than by expressing our own real feelings.
Parliaments cannot right the world; but enough individuals feeling love can.
When one really loves, one can never be hurt.
Love eliminates fear. Love eliminates anxiety.
Peace is non-resistance, complete acceptance, identification with all, everyone, everything.
What is joy? Joy is nothing but the Self. When desires are fulfilled, the mind is stilled. This allows the Self to shine forth and that is what we call joy.
The way to infinite joy is through the elimination of desire, -- no attachments, no aversions.
All minds are interconnected. Otherwise they could not understand each other.
The facade is the ego. It is motivated by our seeking love. The only reward is frustration, as it is only by loving that one finds love.
Love is a feeling of givingness with no thought of receiving any return for it.
Whatever happens to us originates in the mind.
Truth can be found by a process of eliminating wrong thoughts, which are thoughts of limitation. When all thoughts of limitation are eliminated, what remains is our natural, unlimited, Self.
People need each other and think it is love. There's no hanging on to, or fencing in, of the other one when one loves.
There's nothing bad; there's just making errors on the way back Home.
There's no such thing as a mistake---we do it! There's no such thing as an accident---we do it!.
Don't probe darkness to understand light. Don't dwell on sickness to be healthy. Don't indulge in thoughts of lack to have supply.
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