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Copyright 2020 Sally Underwood

Lovely. The process of letting go is natural and an expression of our innate curiosity and will towards growth and expansion. But our crusty old minds get hold of us and culture tells us what's available to us and what's not depending on our age and status in life. We need to fight against that inertia, to not believe the mind that tells us they'll be nothing on the other side that's worth fighting for.

You get by holding on what you fear you'll get by letting go.


Lester Levenson

(This the 16th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

Yes, but you have to see it as nothing but you, then you see the truth of it.
(p.65)

Everything is you. All your creations, perceptions, thoughts — they are never about other people. There are no others. But this is not solipsism. …


(This the 14th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

The answer is simple: Commercialize it, but be not attached to this creativeness.
(p.63)

He is responding to a question about creativity. Could anyone ever create painlessly? The greatest creative minds, those with extraordinary power to create their work and get it seen by the masses still become wracked with self-doubt during the process.

Doubt, doubt and its resolution

See this essay…


Lester Levenson

(This the 13th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

this great happiness that we’re seeking is nothing but our very own Self, our very own Beingness.
(p. 58)

How I want this to be true for me all the time! It’s a process and I have experienced it, and sometimes I can abide in it. …


(This the 12th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

Grow to the point where your whole attention is off you and on others.
(p. 53)

The degree to which I find other people infuriating and exhausting is the degree to which I am trying to get something from them: approval, control, security, separation and oneness. Competing with them? Being offended? More of the same.

Oppose me? Thank-you!


(This the 11th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

There is no happiness except that of experiencing your Self. When you see that, it makes the path very direct. You stop chasing the rainbow, and you go for the happiness where you know it is — right within you. Everything you are seeking you are and very foolishly saying you are not. That’s part of the…


Lester Levenson

(This the 10th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

Seeing a problem in the world is trying to be a limited ego‑body‑mind. If you think you have a problem, you do.
(p.37)

Cloud-cuckoo-land surely? Or is he referring to step 1of his six steps to freedom where you must want freedom more than you want to make the world real? …


Lester Leveson

(This the 9th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

However, you’re going to use effort until you’re fully realized. Now, there will be times when you’ll use no effort, and everything will fall perfectly into line for you.
(p.35)

Using effort to be what we already are is a curious idea. We resist being happiness or being freedom because it sounds ludicrous — we might see…


Lester Levenson

(This the 8th essay in the series of many in which I share my experience of reading Lester Levenson and Hale Dwoskin’s Happiness Is Free: And It’s Easier Than You Think, Books 1 through 5, The Greatest Secret Edition. Sedona Press. Kindle Edition.)

Any time we have trouble, any time we have a problem, we are being the limited ego. We are trying to express the Self through the limited ego, and it’s too small; we get squeezed, and it hurts.
(p.32)

The non-dual understanding tells us that believing we are a limited, separate self, alone in the world who…

Sally Underwood

Pursued freedom all my life — tried money, art, travel and career — found it through the Sedona Method®. Now I love to help others Let Go of limitations.

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