"If there's any sense or feeling of impatience, you might want to observe it in the body. Ironically, the more you want thoughts to go away fast, the more likely it is that they'll stay there even longer.
Calling the thoughts disturbing…"
That's a wonderful quote. ;-) Another one that I've resonated with is to "release until you see the perfection where the seeming imperfection seems to be." I've actually experimented with letting go up to the point…"
"Interesting post, Tom...I especially like this part:
"All it takes is consciousness - for you to be aware that you are creating your own duality by holding onto your points of view. Be free of any point of view and you'll be free of the…"
""This stuff (I think with releasing) is starting to come up again. It is extremely unpleasant and I'm scared shitless to feel anything like I felt 10 years ago."
You can welcome your fear of feeling those feelings. Also, be aware of…"
"Rocky: It's a matter of personal preference and also there are times when we work better with one method and others when another method works better for us. These days I'm using MC2, releasing on the wants, attachments/aversions; whereas a…"
I've been told that people can post/share releasing processes here. The only caveat Hale has mentioned is not mentioning any of the five wants. With that being said, does anyone here want to share any new customized releasing processes they've come up with? ;-) Maybe we can all discuss creating a new process? RockySee More
"Technically, I wouild think that removing labels or looking past a label is another way to release too. ;-)
Chuck Goodwin said:
The 5th Way got it's name just because it was the 5th in a series of releasing processes, following Letting Go,…"