Press Release for The Sedona Method

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Date, Location – “You Can Have It All,” a preview for the full-length film Letting Go, is a discussion between Hale Dwoskin, author of The Sedona Method: Your Key to Lasting Happiness, Success, Peace and Emotional Well-being, and a businessman who has been practicing the Sedona Method for two years.

The man shares how the Sedona Method has changed his life, including an increase in personal wealth and successfully manifesting things that were “beyond my imagination two years ago.”

The video begins with a montage of things that are supposed to increase the average person’s happiness – a parade of “if onlys” such as relationships, wealth and material items. The narrator quickly provides an insightful truth, that these “if onlys” are just three ways that happiness is held at arms length everyday.

“…if you haven't already noticed, when you postpone your happiness, when you want something instead of having it, you never seem to get it.”

The unnamed professional shares his story, one filled with “if onlys” until he began using the Sedona Method. “…everything in my life was all about wanting. I wanted control, I wanted more money, I wanted more success…everything was wanting, wanting, wanting. And things that I wanted my whole life I was never able to accomplish.”

The man, under the guidance of the Sedona Method, was finally able to learn how to release that wanting – the postponing of happiness in favor of present concerns – and is now vastly more successful financially, and, it seems, vastly more peaceful emotionally.

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Date, Location – The good news? A Vietnam vet, after 40 years of suppressing his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms with anti-depressants and alcohol, has finally quit them both and let his symptoms rise to the top. The bad news was that his counselor told him it might take another 40 years to grapple with the anger, irritability and anxiety of PTSD.

After listening to Hale Dwoskin, author of The Sedona Method: Your Key to Lasting Happiness, Success, Peace and Emotional Well-being, talk about his releasing methods, the vet has found a more expedient way to heal.

“…what I'd like to say to other veterans, is that it's a possibility - that it could help, it could help release some of the pain and anger that's inside.”

The video documenting the veteran’s journey towards peace and well-being has debuted on the Sedona Method’s website,, and on Youtube. The clip is a preview for the feature Letting Go which is available at