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The Core Reveal & Release class includes:
You’ll have lifetime access to two different previously recorded classes, which you can start to watch immediately upon purchase – just click on My Workshops afterwards and you’ll see your course that you can begin.
Come learn the foundational core of Reveal & Release work. This system provides a gentle, compassionate way to effectively release. This powerful work can be used anytime, anyplace, to improve any area of your life. Come liberate your natural ability to let go of any unwanted emotion on the spot, and release your hurts and your conflicts alike.
For those of you looking for even more, the whole enchilada so to speak, check out Befriending Your Bodymind
To be a practitioner of any modality, it is necessary to understand the underpinnings of letting go. Energetically this will enhance your focus in all that you do with your clients and yourself.
It helps clear out anything limiting you in being the best practitioner you can be.
But this course is not just for the practitioner. The understanding of the underlying mechanics of releasing applies to everyone. You can take this simple tool into all that you do in your personal life and it is especially helpful in resolving conflicts.
This one-day seminar is heavily based on bioenergetic release work and the Sedona Method. This course is sure to enhance your understanding of how to easily facilitate letting go and thereby improving the quality of your life.
Join from the comfort of your own home. You’ll have lifetime access to the recordings.
In This Workshop You’ll:
-Experience and learn several different methods to simply and comprehensively release
-Learn to apply these on all levels simultaneously: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, relationships, etc.
-Learn to lead yourself and others through releasing
-Take this new skill set into all avenues of your life
-Release even long-standing problems
-Become more aware and more successful
-With on-going use you’ll become even more adept and results will continue to exponentially accelerate over time
–Follow-up support will be available and on-going in an unlimited accessible on-line fashion
As you continue to use these methods, you will become more adept at using it, and the results will greatly accelerate over time. You will quickly reach a point where releasing becomes completely second nature. As natural, in fact, as breathing is to you now.
One of the biggest issues in our society is the inability to let go. The stress factors build up, and even when we’ve got a situation with no stress, we have difficulty in just sitting and letting go to unwind. Often you can only find a way to unwind with beer, wine, food and something to entertain you. You may even find it difficult even when you’re a bit nervous or tense about something to just calm yourself down. The fact is, that causes several functions in the brain to not work as well. The amygdala is one of the key factors in emotions, aggression, control of fear responses, arousal and the formation of emotional memories. When the amygdala doesn’t work as well, you overreact to stress and handle it badly.
Achievement and goal oriented drive keeps us stuck in the struggle of attaining “better”. There is a subtle voice in letting go that says, “Things need to change. If this is let go of, my life will be better.” You would not need to ‘let go’ unless you felt something was wrong in the first place. The judgment here is something is wrong or lacking. Yet you can only begin with what you have, and not with what you think is better. This is a marvelous distraction from being present.
Letting go is not getting rid of or throwing away. If I’m holding onto something that’s burning me and you say, ‘Let go of it!’, that doesn’t mean throw it out. I’d only need to throw it away if I’m attached to it and have a desire to get rid of it. We tend to think that getting rid of something is a way of getting rid of attachment. The (THING) is not the problem. The problem is the grasping of the thing. Letting go exercises support the process of practical action, laying aside that which has been so dominant in your life that it’s created personal and emotional stories. This shows in your physical postures, in the way that you’re carrying yourself and in how you behave and think. This creates armouring that blocks connections, receiving, intimacy and your connection to life.
We’ve got all these centers in the brain; one is the letting go center. It’s part of the brain that when activated and focused on in people who have a healthy relationship to releasing ,they can just think ‘oh I’ve got to let go’ and they focus and they’ve completely gone into relaxation, totally comfortable. But a lot of us Western people have lost that, we can’t do that. To find it again you can’t just desire to have it again, you’ve got to go through a process of different exercises and processes that will set conditions up so you can retrain your brain in finding that spot and activating it. When you can do that it means in your daily life you’re going to have the ability to quiet yourself down, to let go without having to take a Xanax or a glass of wine or go scroll social media, etc.
Whether it be to relax you physically, or to relax yourself mentally or emotionally it’s getting back what every human being has got and should have but has become dysfunctional because of stress build-up. The amygdala section seems to be hot wired to your letting go center. The amygdala makes you tense and the letting go center relaxes so they counter balance one another. The letting go center can start having an influence over the amygdala complex and stop the overreaction of stress. And if you see yourself overreact you just go to your quiet spot. As you train this center and use it more it gets bigger, gets stronger, there’s more circulation to it, it gets healthier and it starts making a huge difference in your stress levels in your life and how you respond. It’ll actually help to keep your amygdala complex, your fight/flight mechanism, much calmer. When the amygdala is stressed and not being calmed by that center, the amygdala is sending that stress into your body. The stress is linked to increase free radical build-up, which can lead to infections and disease, etc. It is possible to change your neurophysiology. Once you get into it and once you start finding the spot it becomes very powerful and you’ll probably experience a level of relaxation you haven’t felt for years. If you’re willing to practice it you can continue to make it stronger and stronger.
The practice of letting go is really the practice of trusting that you are more than your roles, beliefs and stories. When you first begin this can feel like something quite new. This newness may feel awkward, like your first grade five dance or first awkward kiss. Letting go exercises help to embrace the newness and start the process of integration with your nervous system. Ironically, we weren’t happy with who we were and want “better” yet fear letting go of that misery for the unknown immersion into a new experience of who we are. This is a perfect example of a crippling belief system, ‘Better the devil I know!’.
Letting go exercises are a process you can use anytime, anyplace, to improve any area of your life. They are unique, simple, powerful, easy-to-learn and duplicate technique that shows you how to uncover your natural ability to let go of any painful or unwanted feeling in the moment.
Come liberate your natural ability to let go of anything that’s unwanted, including letting go of strong emotions on the spot, and allowing suppressed subconscious energy that creates conflicts in your life to simply be set free and dissipate entirely. Honour a new commitment to letting go of all that no longer serves you. Come sample a complimentary demo session, or book in for your own session/seminar/retreat at www.vibranttransformation.com
Most of us experience more self-hate than self-love.
We judge, reject, and beat ourselves up rather than appreciate our inner goodness. We see ourselves as limited, unworthy, and less than perfect. Yet this could not be further from the truth.
In every moment there is a beauty and perfection, both within us and around us, waiting to be discovered. As you learn to have self-love and self-compassion your life takes on a totally new quality that enlivens and enriches everything that you experience.
On this course you will learn to open to the love that is The Self and love for yourself. We will cover…
Letting Go of Wanting to Change Yourself
We often forget that our wanting to change how our body/mind is often does not help us change it. Instead, the more we want to change the way we are the more we focus on the negative and magnify our negative perceptions. This then becomes a self-fulfilling prophetic loop. The more you let go of wanting to change the body/mind the more you can change what needs to be changed and the more you can accept what is already perfect the way it is.
From Rejection to Acceptance
We spend a lot of time rejecting parts of our body/mind. The more we reject our body/mind the more it feels like it is rejecting us back. If we are rejecting our body/mind it feels like we are at war with it instead of being supported by it and the more we actually do things that are not in our highest and best good. By letting go of rejecting yourself you naturally move into more acceptance and more nurturing, caring energy flowing both towards the body/mind and from the body mind towards you.
Forgiving Yourself for Everything
We spend a lot of time feeling guilty for all our shortcomings, mistakes, and failings. The more guilty we feel the more we punish ourselves for our real or imagined failings. When we are punishing ourselves we only repeat the past patterns that are causing us to feel badly in the first place which creates a cycle of disappointment and unnecessary suffering. As you learn to forgive yourself and love yourself instead you break this pattern and free yourself to be your highest and best self.
Honoring Yourself as You Are
We rarely if ever truly honor our body/minds. We often go between using, abusing them, or simply ignoring and rejecting them. The more you honor yourself as you are the more you respect and nurture yourself naturally. This leads to a greater sense of mutual respect and understanding between you and your body/mind and this honor and respect spills over into how you relate to others. The whole world cooperates more when approached with honor, respect, love, and compassion.
Practicing Loving Kindness with Yourself
We often treat our cars and pets better than we treat ourselves. When you allow yourself to consciously practice loving kindness with yourself you find that you start to treat your body/mind with the love and compassion that nurtures and heals instead of pouring salt on inner or outer wounds. Plus, as you practice loving kindness with yourself you naturally start doing it with apparent others which makes the world better for everyone.
Being Grateful for Who You Are
Gratitude is a powerful inner force for good. When you focus this power on yourself by allowing yourself to feel grateful for who you are, and what you already have and do, this produces almost magical positive changes within and around you. The more grateful you feel the more you are giving reasons to be even more grateful.
Looking for Your Strengths
We so often look at ourselves from the perspective of how we are not measuring up to our own or other people’s expectations. When you look for your own strengths instead of weaknesses you tap your inner power. As you tap this inner power you discover there are no limits to your inner strength except the ones you impose on yourself.
Embracing the Perfection
When we simply look for what we want to change and try and let go and change it this sometimes is not enough. It helps to actively look for what is already perfect in our lives. The more you search for perfection the more you find it. This helps you to feed your positive perceptions of yourself which helps you see and create the sense of perfection with how things are now. The more you feel the perfection the happier you are and the more you can love, accept and be compassionate with yourself.
You Are More than Skin and Bones
When we feel like we are just skin and bones we live in fear and contraction. We also feel dependent on our body/minds which breeds contempt and resentment. The more you recognize that you are not simply skin and bones the more you can take care of your body and the more your body takes care of you. You also feel much more relaxed and at ease within your own skin which boosts your self-love and compassion for yourself and apparent others.
You Are Not Your Story
Most if not all of our problems are based on the stories we are telling ourselves from our past. The more we believe and identify with our stories the more we forget that they are just stories. This causes us to lose ourselves in our stories as opposed to liberating ourselves to have, be and do whatever we choose. You can recognize that you are so much more than anything you believe about yourself.
Seeing a Positive Future for Yourself
Isn’t it time for you to see a positive future for yourself? As we allow ourselves to let go of our negative expectations and envision a positive future for ourselves we are allowing our energy to flow in more positive and constructive directions. The more you allow yourself to do this the more likely you are to experience positive outcomes.
True Self-Love Means Loving the One Self
To allow yourself to truly love yourself you need to love all of you. The part most of us ignore is the part of us that is already free of all limitation and is our true home and beingness. When we lovingly pay attention to this that we truly are then all self-doubt and self-loathing starts to dissolve and we are free to be in love with all that is. We are also freeing ourselves from the limits of believing that the body/mind is who we are.
So if you are ready to be happier and lighter, and watch your life become better on every level, join this exciting and powerful new course.” -Hale Dwoskin
Want to sample just a taste beforehand?
Try this simple exercise of letting go:
Pick up a pen, a pencil, or some small object that you would be willing to drop without giving it a second thought.
Now, hold it in front of you and really grip it tightly.
Pretend this is one of your limiting feelings and that your hand represents your gut or your consciousness. (If you held the object long enough, this would start to feel uncomfortable yet familiar.)
Now, open your hand and roll the object around in it. Notice that you are the one holding on to it; it is not attached to your hand.
Now, let the object go.
What happened? You let go of the object, and it dropped to the floor. Was that hard? Of course not. That’s what we mean when we say “let go.”
Five Steps to Letting Go
Let’s start with something small. Some point of anxiety or discomfort in your life right now.
Let’s say you are worried about a meeting. Or you want to impress someone important to you, such as be a date, boss, co-worker or in-law. Or you have some fear of something right now, such as a bill you can’t pay, a report you have to finish, something you keep putting off… any point of anxiety.
Choose something small for now, but real. A real feeling or emotion you may be experiencing that doesn’t seem positive.
Make yourself comfortable and focus inwardly. Your eyes may be open or closed.
Focus on the issue you would like to feel better about, and allow yourself to feel whatever you are feeling in this moment.
This doesn’t have to be a strong feeling. In fact, you can even check on how you feel about this exercise and what you want to get from it. Just welcome the feeling and allow it to be there as fully or as best you can.
Ask yourself: Could I allow myself to welcome, allow, or be present with the feeling?
This instruction may seem simplistic, but it needs to be. Most of us live in our thoughts, pictures, and stories about the past and the future, rather than being aware of how we actually feel in this moment. The only time that we can actually do anything about the way we feel (and, for that matter, about our businesses or our lives) is NOW.
You don’t need to wait for a feeling to be strong or to have a label before you let it go. In fact, if you are feeling numb, flat, blank, cut off, or empty inside, those are feelings that can be let go just as easily as more recognizable ones. Simply do the best you can. The more you work with this process, the easier it will be for you to identify what you are feeling and allow it to be.
Ask yourself: Could I let this feeling go?
This question is merely asking you if it is possible to take this action. “Yes” or “no” are both acceptable answers. You will often let go even if you say “no.” As best you can, answer the question you choose with a minimum thought, staying away from second-guessing yourself or getting into an internal debate about the merits of that action or its consequences.
All the questions used in this process are deliberately simple. They are not important in and of themselves but are designed to point you to the experience of letting go, to the experience of stopping holding on. Go on to Step 4 no matter how you answered the first question.
Ask yourself this simple question: Would I? In other words: Am I willing to let go?
Again, stay away from debate as best you can. Also remember that you are always doing this process for yourself—for the purpose of gaining your own freedom and clarity. It doesn’t matter whether the feeling is justified, long-standing, or right.
If the answer is “no,” or if you are not sure, ask yourself: “Would I rather have this feeling, or would I rather be free?”
Even if the answer is still “no,” go on to Step 5.
Ask yourself this simpler question: When?
This is an invitation to just let it go NOW. You may find yourself easily letting go. Remember that letting go is a decision you can make any time you choose.
Repeat the preceding five steps as often as needed until you feel free of that particular feeling.
You will probably find yourself letting go a little more on each step of the process. The results at first may be quite subtle. Very quickly, if you are persistent, the results will get more and more noticeable. You may find that you have layers of feelings about a particular topic. However, what you let go of is gone for good.
Here’s a recap:
What are you feeling NOW?
Could you welcome/allow that feeling?
Could you let it go?
Would you let it go?
You did it! You let it go.
Let’s go back to the pen analogy: If you walked around with your hand open, wouldn’t it be very difficult to hold on to the pen or other object you’re holding?
The same is true with your feelings, too. Your feelings are as attached to you as the object is attached to your hand.
We hold on to our feelings and forget that we are holding on to them. It’s even in our language. When we feel angry or sad, we don’t usually say, “I feel angry,” or, “I feel sad.” We say, “I am angry,” or, “I am sad.” Without realizing it, we are misidentifying that we are the feeling. Often, we believe a feeling is holding on to us. This is not true… we are always in control and just don’t know it.
When you allow or welcome a feeling, you are opening your consciousness, and this enables the feeling to drop away all by itself—like the clouds passing in the sky or smoke passing up a chimney with the flue open. It is as though you are removing the lid from a pressure cooker.
Now, if you took the same object—a pencil, pen, or pebble—and magnified it large enough, it would appear more and more like empty space. You would be looking into the gaps between the molecules and atoms. When you dive into the very core of a feeling, you will observe a comparable phenomenon: nothing is really there.
As you master the technique of releasing, you will discover that even your deepest feelings are just on the surface. At the core you are empty, silent, and at peace—not in the pain and darkness that most of us would assume. In fact, even our most extreme feelings have only as much substance as a soap bubble. And you know what happens when you poke your finger into a soap bubble: it pops. That’s exactly what happens when you dive into the core of a feeling.
Releasing will help you to free yourself from all of your unwanted patterns of behavior, thought, and feeling. All that is required from you is being as open as you can be to the process. Releasing is a simple technique will free you to access clearer thinking, yet it is not a thinking process. Although it will help you to access heightened creativity, you don’t need to be particularly creative to be effective at doing it.
You will get the most out of the process of releasing the more you allow yourself to see, hear, and feel it working, rather than by thinking about how and why it works. Lead, as best you can, with your heart, not your head. If you find yourself getting a little stuck in trying to figure it out, you can use the identical process to let go of “wanting to figure it out.” Guaranteed, as you work with this process, you will understand it more fully by having the direct experience of doing it.
For those of you looking for even more, the whole enchilada so to speak, check out Befriending Your Bodymind