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  • Tvnbksl
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    I simply have a question why those bad sensation and unsubscribed emotions that called anxiety happens to me. I sit calm in the room, everything looks fine but why I feel so bad inside... And when trying to let go it feels like I all the time amazingly tense and if I try to let go I feel that I starting to have panic attack, sensations that everything is spinning around me and I'm. Going to blow Its pretty scared

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  • Henry1122
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    I am not going to kick the bucket i am simply encountering something that resembles passing undermining conditions, they generally suggest pills since they doltish and view you as feeble, give yourself a chance to bite the dust, remain with it, keep running towards it


























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    Last edited by Henry1122; 12-31-2018, 05:02 AM.

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  • grizzo
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    Originally posted by DelilahCertifiedSMCoach View Post
    Hi Tvnbski!

    Instead of trying to control your breath see if you can JUST OBSERVE your breath. Don't try to change or fix your breath. Just observe, follow it, notice what it is doing, this is a more orangic way to work with the breath and in and of itself is a very relaxing exploration. If you just observe it, ride it like a wave or just follow where it goes, notice if you are breathing slow or fast, deep or shallow, nose or mouth, and just allow it do what it is doing you will see that it effortlessly calms and opens and changes on its own, and is more satisfying and pleasurable.

    Welcome that actual experience that you are having. IOWs notice what is actually happening in any given moment. If it is uncomfortable usually that means we want to get rid of it. So see if that's true and if yes, welcome that too. then see if you can let go of wanting to get rid of what is happening. And the go back to allowing what is happening to just happen. Often what we call anxiety are a collection of sensations. If you can bring awareness to the sensations and let go of resisting them, "wanting to get rid of them" they will eventually subside. Allowing the sensations to do what they are doing may very well lead to them becoming more intense. If you can remember to breathe and keep allowing them to do what they are doing, even allow them to get as intense as the might, you are giving them an opportunity to let go. They will release if you welcome them, give them as much room as they need inside and allow them to do what they are doing, At first this may seem the opposite of what needs to happen but if you play around with this you'll eventually discover that the sensations are just energy trying to come up and release. Welcoming them, allowing them to come up, giving them as much room as they need inside will lead to them releasing and dissolving. Practice doing this as best you can each time you feel anxiety and eventually it will release and you'll see that there is nothing to be afraid of, that it is just energy trying to come up and release.

    Best,
    Delilah
    Great thread and great response from Delilah. Thanks so much

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  • Tvnbksl
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    Hi Maudie.

    Unfortunetely i can't find anywhere this Fear to Fearlessness course.

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  • Maudie
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    Tvnbksl Hi! I have only just seen you’ve asked me a question. For whatever reason I don’t get any notifications of posts, so it’s only because I was browsing through just now that I see your post. That’s why I’m using the @ prefix on your name because I think you will actually get notified then. I think this might be why this forum is so quiet.

    But I’m so sorry, your post was at least 6 weeks ago.

    Anyway, I went to get the link to the Fear to Fearlessness course and strangely it’s not listed under Courses on the website. Maybe I’ve missed something but I couldn’t see it there.
    But here’s a description of it https://www.sedona.com/FearToFearlessness

    Perhaps email Sedona to ask if you can purchase it now. It really was incredibly good and helped me a lot.
    (By the way, I think using Safari was the problem with truncating posts - I’m using Firefox now and it seems ok).

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  • Tvnbksl
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    Hi Maudie,

    Thanks for advice. Where I can find this 12 hour course of Hale ?

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  • Maudie
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    Why do posts keep getting cut off? Can
    Why do posts keep getting cut off? Can
    Last edited by Maudie; 09-18-2018, 01:24 AM. Reason: the posts keep truncating!!

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  • Maudie
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  • Maudie
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    Hi Tvbnski

    Have you talen the Fear to Fearlessness course that Hale ran recently? I highly recommend it. There are 12 one hour sessions all of which build on each other. They helped me hugely with anxiety, anticipation and pure fear. Sometimes when I release on certain things I physically start shaking, tremoring (very similar to the shakes one does through TRE - Trauma Release Exercise, which is another very simple releasing technique of the tensions the body holds through past fears and traumas). I simply let them be what they are being. Not trying to fix, change or manipulate what is. It happens far less often now, but even when it does I just go with it. It

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  • DelilahCertifiedSMCoach
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    Hi Tvnbski!

    IOWs is "in other words."


    Delilah

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  • Tvnbksl
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    Thank you,
    Wandering what does IOWs means ?

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  • DelilahCertifiedSMCoach
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    Hi Tvnbski!

    Instead of trying to control your breath see if you can JUST OBSERVE your breath. Don't try to change or fix your breath. Just observe, follow it, notice what it is doing, this is a more orangic way to work with the breath and in and of itself is a very relaxing exploration. If you just observe it, ride it like a wave or just follow where it goes, notice if you are breathing slow or fast, deep or shallow, nose or mouth, and just allow it do what it is doing you will see that it effortlessly calms and opens and changes on its own, and is more satisfying and pleasurable.

    Welcome that actual experience that you are having. IOWs notice what is actually happening in any given moment. If it is uncomfortable usually that means we want to get rid of it. So see if that's true and if yes, welcome that too. then see if you can let go of wanting to get rid of what is happening. And the go back to allowing what is happening to just happen. Often what we call anxiety are a collection of sensations. If you can bring awareness to the sensations and let go of resisting them, "wanting to get rid of them" they will eventually subside. Allowing the sensations to do what they are doing may very well lead to them becoming more intense. If you can remember to breathe and keep allowing them to do what they are doing, even allow them to get as intense as the might, you are giving them an opportunity to let go. They will release if you welcome them, give them as much room as they need inside and allow them to do what they are doing, At first this may seem the opposite of what needs to happen but if you play around with this you'll eventually discover that the sensations are just energy trying to come up and release. Welcoming them, allowing them to come up, giving them as much room as they need inside will lead to them releasing and dissolving. Practice doing this as best you can each time you feel anxiety and eventually it will release and you'll see that there is nothing to be afraid of, that it is just energy trying to come up and release.

    Best,
    Delilah

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  • Tvnbksl
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    Thank you Delilah.

    But can you describe me the path of proper releasing as I read that you've been trough urs anxiety. Should I welcome and let my self be with those sensations or should I go in to a deep meditation. Let me explain what happens to me when I start to release. First of all I put myself in comfortable position, then breath slowly. After this I find that I'm very very strained, can't even sit normal. Feels like huge energy inside my body and brains and makes me very tense. I start to feel like I can't hold it anymore but I alow myself to dive in to it, but most of the time I can't stand it long cause I feel like loosing myself and going to blow from tensity and fear. So I stop. And those sensations I experience during my deep meditation are different from those who I suffering on awake state as I mentioned above on my previously message. It feels like I have something hiding in to myself some sort of energy who is making me experience those depressed sensations on awake condition. Don't know very confused.

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  • DelilahCertifiedSMCoach
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    Hi Tvnbksi!

    Here at The Sedona Method we do no claim to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical or psychological condition. We recommend that folks consult the appropriate professional. And we also explain that folks can still release even while they are working with a professional.

    When someone has a release from uncomfortable feelings/sensations and then experiences those feelings/sensations again that just means that more releasing is needed. Sometimes relief is instant and long lasting or permanent but if it's not then just keep releasing. It sometimes takes a while for the bodymind to let go of a pattern or tendency. That doesn't mean that releasing doesn't work. It just means that more releasing is needed.

    Best,
    Delilah

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  • Tvnbksl
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    Hello all,
    Thanks for replying. I'm not addicted to adult movies ..the thing is I'm not suffering from big panic attacks, I have uncontrolled sensation striking me every minute like an impulse of energy and it feels very depressed and uncomfortable. It comes when I'm unready and not thinking about it, it's when I trying to relax and think about something normal it comes out of nowhere, strikes me and then releases, after couple of minutes comes again. And that happens all the time only not when I'm sleeping. Doctors calls it anxiety, kind of small panic attacks... but the thing is when it strikes I don't get scared, my blood pressure doesn't get higher, heart rate is normal, just very uncomfortable feeling like depressed, and very overpowering unpleasant sensation which gives my life very uncomfortable

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