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Hale Dwoskin – Sedona Method – Facilitator Training 2021

Hale Dwoskin - Sedona Method - Facilitator Training 2021

Facilitator Training
The Sedona Method®
The publisher and author of this material make no medical claims for its use. This material is not
intended to treat, diagnose, advise about, or cure any illness. If you need medical attention,
please consult with your medical practitioner.
The Sedona Method® is a trademarked and copyrighted process.
Copyright © 2009-2021 by Hale Dwoskin. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be
reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including
photocopying, recording, or by information storage and retrieval systems, without written
permission of the publisher.
Publisher:
Sedona Training Associates
2000 Plymouth Road, Suite 300
Minnetonka, Minnesota 55305
Phone: 1-952-767-9822
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Note: The first part of the Facilitator Training will use The Sedona Method book as its
reference and guide. What follows is a partial review of what is in the book and the
more advanced material we will be covering that is not contained in the book. Please
read the first 7 chapters of the book before you attend this online event.
This course will be presented over 5 weeks as follows:
Every Saturday you will have access to the next segment of material through your library
on Sedona.com. Every Wednesday we will have two support calls to answer questions
and further clarify the material as well as to further demonstrate how to be most
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Please work with your partner at least once on each new process that is presented
before the next session if possible. If at all possible, work with your partner several
times on each new process. The more you work with your partner the more you will get
out of this course.
How to Be of the Greatest Service to Your Clients
Be as non-reactive and in touch with the truth of who you are as you can.
Identify as the other one. This allows you to feel the center of the client and talk from
your client’s point of view.
Desire to show the way to freedom to everyone who desires it.
Be an example of that which you are presenting.
Guide from your own knowingness and clear reason.
If you are presenting something that is not your direct knowingness, quote the source of
the information to maintain in integrity.
To the degree that I directly access my own knowingness, I have the power to help lift
the other one to the level of that understanding.
How to Be Most Effective as a Facilitator
Take the attitude of sitting back with ease and watching what is going on.
Refrain from forcefully directing the show.
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Allow releasing to unfold for them with ease and joy.
Use the pre-facilitation and after facilitation procedures.
Remember to honor and validate your client’s point of view.
Keep it light while supporting your client in feeling whatever it is they are feeling.
Keep releasing.
How to Recognize When You May Be Off Track
The following list is meant as a guideline for success not as something to worry about. If
you notice you are slipping into any of these patterns you are still being of great service
to your client. You simply need to remember to release on the spot as best you can and
to do the pre and post facilitation procedures. The more you practice this the easier it
gets and the more effective you will become. If you are reactive while working with a
client in addition to releasing simply allow yourself to refocus on being there with and
for them as best you can. Put you client first!
1. When a client gets increasingly reactive, it means the facilitator is
reactive. Release. Let go of resisting that client.
2. Physical manifestations such as: Tenseness… Neck tight… Headache…
Tightness in the stomach… etc., clenched hot fist… dry mouth.
3. Are you reactive about being reactive?
4. Gut feeling. (Burning in stomach)
5. When the client abruptly shuts up, but seems dissatisfied, and you feel
bothered.
6. Are you stuck on making a point?
7. Are you saying too much? Are you continuing to explain after the client
has gotten it?
8. Are you arguing with the client?
9. Are you fatigued?…Tired?…Checking to see how much longer the
facilitation must go on today?
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10. Has the room fogged up?
11. Are you determined to make the client release?
12. Does it seem important for you to be right?
13. Do you feel the need to tell them about themselves? Evaluate for
them? Ask them instead.
14. Are you justifying?…Defending?…Judging?…Blaming?…Opinionating?
15. Are you spacing out?
16. Did you miss what the client just said?
17. Are you trying too hard?
18. Are you thinking too hard? Efforting?
19. Are you fidgeting?
20 Any change is responsiveness in the clients. Has the person left even if
their body is still in the room?
21. Are you appreciating yourself? Listening to yourself?
22. Is there anyone whose eyes you avoid?
The First Four Ways of Letting Go:
• Deciding to drop it
• Welcoming or allowing the emotion
• Diving into the core of the emotion

• Holistic releasing
There are the four basic ways besides the 5th Way to approach the process of releasing,
and all lead to the same result: liberating your natural ability to let go of any unwanted
emotion on the spot and allowing some of the suppressed energy in your subconscious
to dissipate. All these ways of letting go, when taken to completion, reveal that which
we already are right now. The first way is choosing to let go of the unwanted feeling.
The second way is to welcome the feeling—to allow the emotion to just be. The third
way is to dive into the core of the emotion. The fourth way is by holistically embracing
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both sides of any issue or belief. The 5th Way of releasing will be described later in this
manual.
Letting go is natural. Babies do it and so do you. It is happening all the time without you
even realizing it. Where are all the thoughts and feelings you had yesterday? Unless you
call them back into consciousness now, they are gone.
Deciding to Drop It
Let me explain by asking you to participate in a simple release. 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 the object 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. The same is true with your feelings. Your feelings
are as attached to you as this 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 able to let
go and just don’t know it.
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” or
“Release.” You can do the same thing with any emotion—choose to let it go.
Welcoming or Allowing the Emotion
Sticking with this same analogy, if you walk around with your hand open, wouldn’t it be
very difficult to hold on to the pen or other object you’re holding? Likewise, when you
allow or welcome a feeling, you are opening your consciousness, and this enables the
feeling to drop away all by itself like clouds passing in the sky or smoke passing up an
open chimney flue. It is as though you are removing the lid from a pressure cooker.
Diving into the Core of the Emotion
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 process 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
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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.
Holistic Releasing
Lastly, as you focus on the object in your hand you will notice that it is defined by
opposites. In other words, the reason you can perceive the object is because of the
space around it. Without space, there can be no contents.
Emotionally-based problems and feelings are defined or held together by opposites as
well. We have good and bad, right and wrong, happy and sad, and love and hate, to
name a few. When you welcome both sides of any of these pairs, opposed to clinging to

one and resisting the other, you find they both dissolve, leaving you with the empty
space that allows for all experiencing. We call this fourth way of releasing Holistic
Releasing.
Please keep these four analogies in mind as we go through the releasing process
together.
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Triple Welcoming +
This process is used throughout the course to address the spins of limitation. This can be
used any time to go from being lost in a story or belief in an old identity to resting as the
presence, love, and joy that you are.
What also can be “done”—or may simply happen spontaneously—is that these habit
patterns from the past can be welcomed fully as one vortex of energy spinning in or on
the presence of awareness that you are. This naturally causes them to dissolve.
Triple Welcoming is a three-step process that may happen spontaneously or with our
apparent help. You can “use” the following process for any issue, problem, belief, or
feeling that you would like to release:
Step One
Allow yourself to welcome the pictures, sensations, and sounds
that arise in or as this pattern. Welcome as well the labels, sto-
ries, judgments, and conclusions—concepts that arise with or as
this spin of energy.
Step Two
Allow yourself to welcome any desire to do anything with this
spin or issue, including wanting to get rid of it or change it, or
wanting to hold onto it or make it real, as well as any attachment
or aversion to the issue. You may even recognize that wanting to
do something is simply part and parcel of more of the same spin.
Step Three
Allow yourself to welcome any sense that this whole spin or issue
is personal—about you or who you are—any sense of me or
mine, them, or theirs.
Optional Step Four
Allow yourself to welcome what is beyond the spin or what the spin is
appearing in or on.
When we welcome all three aspects of the spin, it feels as though it breaks free inside,
and often we actually experience a spinning sensation as it naturally and effortlessly
spins itself out of existence. We are simply noticing the spin that was always there. It is
as if we suddenly felt the spin of the Earth. The Earth spins at over 1,000 miles an hour
at the equator and is spinning around the sun at 60,000 miles an hour, yet we do not
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feel this because we feel attached to the Earth as we have felt attached to or part of
these internal spins.
Simply allow the whole spin to have its own momentum. As this happens, the spin stops
being fed by “you,” and it dissolves on its own accord. At any moment, you may notice
that this whole spin has no center or is about no one.
I highly encourage you to explore this for yourself as best you can without expecting any
result. Everyone who has explored this application of the 5th Way has been amazed by
its power.
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Supporting Yourself and Others with the 5th
Way – Free Way of Releasing
Getting Clear Within Yourself
If “you” believe you can teach anyone the 5th Way—or anything else for that matter—
look at that again. You can point to the truth of who someone is; however, you cannot
make anything happen for them, nor can you actually share the truth. You can only be
it, be yourself.
The most important part of Peer-to-Peer Releasing with the 5th Way is getting clear
within yourself about what you are and what you are not. Without this clarity, you will
not be a good pointer, and people will not have a good mirror for what is already whole,
complete, and perfect right within them.
Remember, right here, right now, there is already happiness, peace, and joy—not as
some future attainment, experience, or event, but right here, right now. What you are is
this perfect presence that is already seeing through those eyes, hearing through those
ears, feeling through that body, all being translated and interpreted through the inner
sounds you hear—thoughts—that appear or arise in “your” head. All of this is happening
here and now…without “your” help. In fact, all attempts to help or hinder this natural

and effortless happening are merely more sounds or thoughts. Our wanting to change
what is prevents us from experiencing what is actually already here now.
A Direct Looking through the Illusion of Separation
The 5th Way of releasing is not really a way at all. It is an open, spontaneous inquiry into
what is naturally present here and now. It is also a seeing through of what appears to be
here. And that which appears to be here, for most of us, is merely an interpretation,
label, or story based on what was. This story includes the assumption that there is
actually a “me” and a “you” that are somehow independent and separate from each
other.
The bottom line is that you are supporting your partners in discovering for themselves
what is actually here and now, and when you do that, two things become obvious:

The separate “me” with its story of suffering is not true
What is here is simply here. And it is simply the truth of what you are.
Allow what unfolds between you and your partner to happen naturally without force,
and do this from your direct experience in this moment, opposed to from memory or
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what you think should be experienced. Also, know that what you are sharing is really not
a technique but is rather a direct looking through the illusion of separation to the simple
presence that is what you are and is what your partner is.
There Is No You to Help Them
There is no “you” to help them. Allow yourself to explore this perspective throughout
the course and beyond. Any time you think you are helping anyone, you are reinforcing
your belief in the separate individual. This cuts you off from the knowingness that you
are and makes whatever you do with a releasing partner less effective. As you explore
this, you will also notice:
There is no you, nor is there a them.
If there is no personal center within you, then how could there be a personal center
anywhere? Allow yourself to explore the absence of any personal center anywhere.
Remember, It Is Not about the Words
What you are is beyond all words. Words are just symbols, representing our concepts
about what appeared to be in the past. Most of us live in a mental world believing that
this world and these thoughts are actually a real reflection of what is. What you are is
aware of, yet unaffected by, all words and all thoughts. Another way of saying this is,
the word is never the thing. And no thing has any independent nature apart from the
presence of awareness that you are. What we think we are is not us, because all words,
all thoughts, are simply what we call the mind. What we are contains the mind, but can
never be contained by it.
The thoughts “I” and “me” are not who we are. When that is recognized, it has a
profound influence on the way life is experienced. It is very hard to take our supposed
problems seriously or cling to them when we realize that they are not—and, in fact,
nothing is—actually personal. At the same time, we need to use language to
communicate, so there is no advantage in any attempt to not use words. Simply allow
yourself to speak in a relaxed and natural way.
Even though we will be using words in this course and you will be using words when you
appear to work with others, it has nothing to do with the words.
This manual has many words you can use as pointers. Treat them as jumping-off points
only, not the gospel of what is right or wrong in supporting others in their inquiry.
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You Are Not the Doer
When you work with others, remember that what you are doing with them is nothing.
What arises in you in response to what arises in them is quite spontaneous. If the mind
attempts to take credit for what is being experienced by you or them, remember that
what is being experienced is just an appearance.
The more there is an absence of any sense of the helper, the more there is apparent
help. When working with anyone, our only goal is to help them end their seeking and
looking outside themselves for answers or assistance.
If your partner tries to put you on a pedestal or make you special in any way, remember
to point them back to the truth of who they are. This has nothing to do with you.
You and All Apparent Others Are Already Awareness
As you release with others, please remember that you are both already presence
awareness. Because of this, it does not have to take a long time for someone to
recognize the truth of who they are. It can happen with just one question. This is not to
say that everyone will find it this easy to be self-obvious to themselves; however, be
open to this possibility.
Also, it is important to reassure someone exploring this for the first time that nothing
needs to change in order for them to be what they already are. This means thoughts
including the “I” thought and feelings including all emotions may continue, and this does
not mean they did not get it.
“The only difference between someone who knows who they are and someone who does
not is that the person who does know, knows there is no difference.”
– Sailor Bob Adamson
Emotions may continue to arise. The difference is that attachment and aversion to
whatever arises begins to drop away and you know that none of that is about you.

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