Anders Nelson

Why The Hell Should I Bother?

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Have you ever felt stuck in apathy? Has it ever seemed that you've been so bogged down that you can't accomplish anything?

Working directly with goals can be a great way to find the freedom and energy to effortlessly take the actions that will best serve you. I would highly recommend the Goals Process that is in the Sedona Method book and also in the audio course. Formulating a goal and stepping more effortlessly into action (using the specific releasing processes Hale recommends) can really break things free.

You might surprise yourself with how easily what you desire comes to you as you remove the layers of resistance and denial. Recently I set a goal of raising my income to a certain amount or more per month. I am 90% there over the course of just a couple of months. If you count the fabulous discounts I have been receiving for many of my purchases, I'm probably there now.

How did I do this? I used the triple releasing process for goals each time I thought of it. It's probably been less than a dozen times that I've spent a few minutes doing this. I found I didn't actually have to take any action at all for the situation to shape up. The enjoyable work that's been bringing in the money has just reached out and found me on it's own. Now I am taking some action to really ramp up my income - just for fun. Taking action right now for me is just as easy as not taking action. Momentum has been created.

Lester made strong recommendations about goals. He suggested that if you want something in the world you should truly let go of wanting it and/or get it. Getting what one wants out of the world and proving the Method to oneself clears the way for achieving the ultimate goal. This is why he created the original goals process.

Life is meant to be enjoyed! I wish you all the sweetness you desire. I'd love to hear how it all unfolds for you.

With Love,
Anders Nelson
Certified Sedona Method Coach
"Helping you to find your own freedom."
anders@welcomingfreedom.com
858.386.3981


P.S. Hale's audio program called Effortless Creation is all about finding out what you really want in your heart of hearts and achieving it. It's the whole goals process plus a lot more.
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  1. stgeorge's Avatar
    thanks Anders. this is helpful.
  2. juliettegw's Avatar
    There are some things I've been leaving alone...I'll release on them and get some relief, but then leave it alone for a while (afraid of a big change). I guess that if I really want to change these things, I'll have to release on the goals like you wrote about here. Thank you for the information.
  3. juliettegw's Avatar
    Anders, Sometimes, I get really tired of asking the questions. I often release all day long. It seems that I work on one thing and then a facet of that problem comes up and I release on that, but I get really tired of asking all the questions over and over again...like "is this about approval?" "Do I want to control this?" "Do I want this to control me?" "is there a sense of wanting to change or fix this?" "could I let it go?" Do you have any suggestions?
  4. Persephone's Avatar
    Thanks Anders. Triple welcoming, OK. I know working on goals is what I want to do. I started writing and rewriting them, but I haven't done much about them otherwise. Maybe I have too many because I have not memorized them. ho hum.
  5. Anders Nelson's Avatar
    Hi Juliettegw -

    Most of the questions you listed as examples are not actually releasing questions. You can easily change that by adding some welcoming. For example, instead of "Is this about approval?" you might want to try "Could I welcome any sense of wanting approval?". You could also add "Could I let that go? Would I let that go? When?" after it in order to take the release a little deeper if that feels appropriate.

    The 'feels' part of it is crucial. If you are just asking yourself the questions intellectually you are going to get largely intellectual results, and that's not where freedom lies. That's not to say that there's no benefit from letting the mind steal the show when releasing. It's just much slower and more limited than if you really focus on the heart and sensations in the body. Take this for checking; if it doesn't seem to help let me know.


    With Love,
    Anders Nelson
    Certified Sedona Method Coach
    "Helping you to find your own freedom."
    anders@welcomingfreedom.com
    858.386.3981
    skype: nellsonic
  6. Anders Nelson's Avatar
    Persephone -

    Hale usually recommends working with no more than two goals to start with, and so do I. If you work with a smallish goal that feels possible but just a bit unlikely, and also a larger goal around a different issue it can help shake things loose in all kinds of interesting ways. This can be much more effective that taking a scatter-shot approach. Less targets = more accuracy.

    It's also important to be sure that your goals are worded in the way that will best lead to releasing. I find that many of my clients neglect this and it slows their progress if not corrected. See the basic audio course or Sedona Method book for details.


    With Love,
    Anders Nelson
    Certified Sedona Method Coach
    "Helping you to find your own freedom."
    anders@welcomingfreedom.com
    858.386.3981
    skype: nellsonic
  7. stgeorge's Avatar
    Anders,
    You say Hale recommends only working on two goals at a time. How come he says in the basic audio course to work on three? Also, when you say "If you work with a smallish goal that feels possible but just a bit unlikely, and also a larger goal around a different issue" what do you mean around a different issue? Could you elaborate? I am trying to figure it out. I want to make progress quickly.

    Thank you.