I want to tell a story from a friend that stopped me in my tracks when I first read it:
In 1952, at age 42, a wealthy New York physicist and entrepreneur was sent home to die.
His body was riddled with disease, and he had less than two weeks to live.
Confounded by his condition, he decided to ‘figure out’ how to cure himself.
A short time later, that man, Lester Levenson, discovered something so transformative that he rid himself of all his physical problems and entered a state of profound peace that never left him through the day he died on January 18, 1994 … an amazing 42 years later.
What Lester discovered has passed on to Hale Dwoskin, who has helped hundreds of thousands in the last 30 years.
Hale created a very popular, professional self-study course, and now you get to use it for free for six days.
You won’t have to buy a thing to get the process, and there are no strings attached.It helps you let go of uncomfortable emotions, right on the spot, without getting stuck in them or having to figure out why you even have them.
• Say goodbye to fear, stress, and anxiety—even panic attacks
• Release anger problems
• Lose even long-standing depression
• Get rid of chronic physical pain
• Propel yourself to new levels of personal performance
• Kick addictions… Lose weight… Stop smoking
• Bring you happiness, success, and well-being.
The process is called The Sedona Method, and you get to use it for free during the ReleasingFest that begins on March 30th. You can get your Free Pass here.
And, yes, feel free to pass this link on to anyone you know. It is open to the public, but it is only available for six days beginning March 30th.
Everyone has personal greatness and joy within. You just have to release the chains that bind it.
And one more thing – through the free-to-you ReleasingFest you can rid yourself of every negative and destructive emotion you’ve had throughout your life. A lifetime of anxiety, unrest, self-criticism. and bad habits can simply be “released” from your being, giving you great peace, joy and abundance.