The Sedona Method review
The Sedona Method is promoted as a self-help program designed to assist with reducing problems associated with depression, fear, anxiety, stress and similar conditions. According to the company who invented the method, Sedona Training Associates, more than 60,000 people worldwide have used the Sedona Method to improve their life.
The inventor of the method is Lester Levenson, a physicist and engineer, who discovered the method in 1952 after being diagnosed with a terminal-stage disease. He developed the method in an attempt to cure himself. He died in 1994, but not before founding Sedona Training Associates with Hale Dwoskin, who continues Levenson’s work and now teaches the method.
The Sedona Method can be ordered online and a seminar must be attended. The training company offers a 180-day money-back guarantee for a full refund, within reason.
The Sedona Method Ingredients
The Sedona Method is available on a series of 20 audio CD’s plus a workbook which includes a large number of exercises. According to the training company, their mission is to support people in alleviating physical and emotional suffering, therefore liberating the patients.
Although the company does not provide any clear evidence that their method is effective, they do mention several studies that revealed that individuals using the method showed significant reduction in heart rate and diastolic blood pressure. Also, research findings apparently suggest that the method is effective in promoting and maintaining reduced levels of stress months after the training has ended.
The Sedona Method is a combination of several different types of resources and tools that, in the long run, will help the patient improve general health, recover from unhealthy addictions and gain freedom from emotional and physical pain.
- The 180-day money-back guarantee policy.
- There are no actual research studies cited by the training company
- Most of their claims are not supported by real science
- Expensive- approximately $300 for the 20 CD’s and one workbook
The Sedona Method makes very ambitious benefit claims. However, there is little evidence to support its effectiveness, although the supplier generically mentions research studies to support the benefits.
Also, given the complex nature of stress, anxiety and their multiple possible causes, there is no guarantee this program will work for all people. It is our recommendation that a medical evaluation is made prior to starting any treatment.
The course (20 CD’s and a workbook) may be considered expensive. However, the training company offers a full refund on the purchase price to unsatisfied customers. Consumer testimonials are mixed.