Release Technique VS Sedona Method

When you hear the word release, it means you “let go”, thus to explain the release technique is rather simple.

In this article, we shall not investigate HOW TO DO THE RELEASE TECHNIQUE but have a look at the different teachings involved in “letting go” or “releasing”  -namely The Release Technique and the Sedona Method.

Those situations that trouble you that simply cannot let go of like health, guilt, money, fear, marital problems, etc. are addressed in the release technique.


To do this technique, you think of something troubling you and rate it from one to ten.

After rating the issue, you continue to say yes to it. It means that instead of suppressing it, you accept it.

This is how you learn that regardless of the level it is at, you can accept it.

This method is repeated until the fears troubles that you need to release are at an acceptable level.


The release technique uses specific strategies that allow individuals to learn faster, remember what you have learned while capable of absorbing at deeper levels of understanding.

Using the release technique will help faster than before doing the accelerated learning course.

The Release Technique Abundance Book by Larry CraneThere are plenty of release technique reviews aimed at creating abundance and tailored more towards individuals with physical goals in their lives that they wish to achieve.

Even though it is not a foregone conclusion, there are many people who according to reviews and testimonials, have become millionaires using this technique.

The Abundance Course tells you to live abundantly by letting go of disappointments, burdens, fears, and hurts.

It is supposedly unlimited regardless of circumstance and applied in any and all situations.

They explain it by using a computer as an example comparing it to a human mind.

A computer with a virus cannot work properly and neither can the mind when it is filled with negativity.


Comparing or placing the release technique with the sedona method is rather difficult when you know they have the same end goal.

Both are aimed at you “letting go”.

In the Sedona method, however, you do not need to overthink any situation or feeling troubling you. You do not need to analyze or dramatize.

sedona method explanation

On the contrary, in the Sedona Method, you ask questions.

In the release technique, you accept and escape into your own mind.

The release technique, in short, uses a visual approach while the Sedona method uses an intuitive and a gentle method to accelerate personal growth by focusing on emotional and spiritual issues.


The SEDONA METHOD RELEASE TECHNIQUE works on releasing too but the process is approached in three different ways.

Either of these ways has the same result.

It will allow you to let go of suppressed subconscious energy by using your natural ability to release unwanted feelings immediately.

One is to simply choose to let the feeling go.

Another is to go straight into the center of the feeling.

The last is welcoming and accepting the emotion and allowing it to simply be.

The Sedona technique tells you that when you hold onto an object, it is possible to either let it go, or you get so familiar with it that you choose to hold on.

You can let go is what it teaches and even when you do not realize it you are still in control.

Focusing on an issue you need to feel better about and ask yourself if you can let it go, if you can allow it to stay, or if you should welcome it.

Using the Sedona Method Release Technique

Stress Relief

Of course both The Sedona Method and the release technique are great for reducing stress. In fact this is the most powerful aspect of releasing.

If you currently suffer from any stress then I urge you to try one of these techniques to see just how powerful it can be at eliminating your stress completely.