Harvard Researchers Identify Sedona Method As Missing Link To Stress Reduction

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Recent findings by Harris Interactive and the American Psychological Association show 51% of Americans feel stressed out. But Harvard researchers may have uncovered the Sedona Method as a simple way to relieve stress on the spot.

"The Sedona Method has been verified to work by Harvard University, Columbia University and the State University of New York."

A little-known study by Dr. Richard J. Davidson of the State University of New York with Dr. David C. McClelland of Harvard University was conducted on the stress-reduction effects of a simple technique anyone can use called the Sedona Method.

If you feel stressed-out, anxious and worried you’re not alone. According to a survey by Harris Interactive and the American Psychological Association 51% of Americans feel the same.

The causes of stress include money issues, economic uncertainty, work, bad relationships, and poor health among others. The negative effects of stress range from mental fatigue, emotional instability to physical illness. Most people don’t know how to deal with or reduce their stress.

But there is hope.

This technique allows a person to de-stress in the moment as a specific event (the stressor) is happening. Stephen Seretan has been using this technique for over 25-years. “In all my years, I’ve never come across anything as simple, effective and fast for removing negative thoughts and feelings as they occur,” says Mr. Seretan.

He has been teaching the technique called the Sedona Method for nearly a quarter of a century. Mr. Seretan first learned it directly from Lester Levenson who created the Sedona Method in 1952 to deal with the stress of a major illness. The technique worked so well that within three months Levenson improved his health and began sharing it with others.

“The Sedona Method has been verified to work by Harvard University, Columbia University and the State University of New York,” says Mr. Seretan. He explains the details behind the Sedona Method at http://www.SedonaMethodSecrets.com.

The conclusion of the Harvard study was that the Sedona Method: "stands out far and beyond the rest for its simplicity, efficiency, absence of questionable concepts and rapidity of observable results."

Contact: John Anghelache

Phone: 219-789-4456 (Central)

Email: support(at)sedonamethodsecrets(dot)com

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