IMPORTANT NOTE: Most of the posts in this blog are intended for those who are already familiar with the Releasing Process, so it is assumed that since they know the basics, they will be able to easily grasp the content of the posts. Otherwise, it can be difficult or even confusing to read through the posts. If you are yet to learn the basics of the Releasing Process, and would want to commit yourself to learning the Process, then it is strongly recommended to attend at least one of the programs/seminars/retreats in which the Process is taught, such as Emotional Freedom workshops.

Below are some basic tips for using the Releasing Process on a daily basis. Please note that the Six Steps mentioned in places below is a topic taken up in advanced workshops.

1. As soon as you awaken in the morning, become aware of what you are
feeling. Trace the feeling down to the underlying want–and release.

2. Preview the day and release. Have the Six Steps in front of you.

3. In addition to releasing on the go, set aside time for short releasing breaks
during the day.

4. If you begin to get stirred up or stressed, notice this, and release.

5. Have some goals you’re releasing on daily. Do attachments and aversions
exercises on things and situations in your life.

6. Review the day and release. Have the Six Steps in front of you. Release on:

*Circumstances/events/situations
*People
*Resistance to circumstances/events/situations
*When was craving control stirred up? Craving approval? Craving
security?

7. Determine where you could have been more aware today, and where
you need to be more aware tomorrow, in order to keep your releasing going
even more consistently.

8. Be aware of when you are resisting–and release the feeling of resistance.

9. Review the Six Steps daily. Determine where you were off and what you
need to do to get back on track.

10. If you have trouble releasing, see where you’re off in the Six Steps.

 

 

Regards,

Vivek Venugopal.

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