The Sedona Method
A holistic approach to improving health and wellness.
It's a what-if game we've all played - what if you met with your doctor to learn you'd fallen severely ill and you had very little time left? What would you do with that time?
In 1952, Lester Levenson was faced with such a dilemma. With only weeks to live, he got to work to reverse the diagnosis. He began following a holistic approach that started with removing all of the negative feelings and energy from his body. His new philosophy worked, and he went on to live another 42 years.
It wasn't until the 1970s that Levenson created the Sedona Method - a holistic releasing process that helps rid your life and self from physical pain, emotional problems, as well as help to better your health, lose weight, enjoy life, remove stress, conquer addictions and even become more financially secure.
While the Sedona Method only promises you'll feel renewed happiness, confidence and less stress 90 percent of the time, its clientele is broad reaching. Through books, audio books, conferences and the Web site, The Sedona Method reaches people across the world, in major corporations and individuals just like you.
The Sedona Method put simply - when negative feelings or situations arise, you just let them go. This opens opportunity for you to dictate the outcome of nearly every situation you find yourself in.
- You can access example sessions, live chats, read a blog from Sedona Method's owner, find exercises and even join local support groups
- Money back guarantee
- Self-help focused
- It's pricey
- Focused on negative feelings rather than weight loss
- DVD/CDs can be expensive
- Push to attend seminars
- No specific guidance for dieting or exercise
No guidance provided.EXERCISE
No guidance provided.CONCLUSION
If putting yourself in charge of your life and everything in it via a holistic approach is what you're looking for, then the Sedona Method could very well be what you're looking for.Common Misspellings
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