I don't have an I-Phone, nor an Android, nor an I-Pad, but I was curious about these new Apps being promoted on the Sedona site and if they're really as powerful as Hale makes them out to be. I'm thinking they could be helpful. Has anyone downloaded any of them and what has been your experience?
I tried them after seeing this post. They're OK, a series of short releases (2 to 5 min) recorded by Hale (I've heard a couple only, mostly stuff that is already available). Then after you release you get a chance to record your thoughts on a journal, which can be typed or voice recorded. You can schedule releases, so you can have your phone remind you at a certain time to stop and play one of Hale's recordings (I assume so I haven't used that function).
If you have an Iphone, one of the apps is free. I got that one, and another one for 6 dollars, to test the difference, think they're both the same with different topics of releasing (same functions, diff recordings, I think).
I would think that these Apps would help. It probably depends on the individual and where that person is in his releasing life at the moment. After being alerted "it's time to release" over the first few days I can see how a person might start feeling that this is something that's a have to do and unconciously resist. But I do like the idea that you're being lead in the triple welcoming process by a voice. I gather it's Hale's voice. Yes? Going thru the Beyond Letting Go audio protion of the course, you hear Hale working with members of the audience and though it's powerful and most times you can relate and I think it's great hearing the process used from all different angles, it's probably not as powerful as an actual one on one. These alerts aren't exactly one-on-one either, but I suspect they're a step closer.
It would be interesting to hear if you continue to use them and have an opinion on their effectiveness.
I, myself, really like the 5th way. I find it very powerful and more encompassing than the traditional way, but of course it's not for everyone.
Does Larry have anything similar to this. If not, do you think that something like this is in the works?
I've got them all. They're just 5th way and triple welcoming guilded releases. I haven't listened to them after the first time as I'm more into traditional sedona method but they could be good for you if you like Hale's new stuff.