The Classical Lindwall Releasing Process
Freedom Through Releasing Limiting Memories from the Past
Throughout our lives, whether asleep or awake, we are continually receiving information about the world around us through our five outer senses-taste, touch, sight, smell and hearing. This information is relayed through our brain and recorded on brain and body cells. Over time, despite the fact that we may no longer recall a particular incident, it still exists in our subconscious mind, and continues to affect our lives to some degree. We commonly refer to this as a memory, and its effects may be positive, negative or neutral to our mental, physical and emotional well-being.
If these memories are negative or limiting in nature, the subconscious impressions manifest as physical ailments, psychological imbalances, interpersonal problems, patterns of failure and so on. They hamper our attempts at happiness, health, success and fulfillment. However, by using the Lindwall Releasing Process, we can allow a past disturbance to surface, confront the situation as needed, then release the negative impact and emotional content by speaking aloud relevant, affirmative statements, such as: "I release the anger I have toward my boss. I forgive her. I release the belief and expectation that this will happen again ... and again. I now ask for and accept forgiveness for myself."
Once learned, the Lindwall Releasing process can be used alone, or with the assistance of a trained Releasing facilitator, either in a workshop setting or an individual basis. During the Releasing session, a facilitator and Releaser form a partnership through constant dialogue. The facilitator guides the Releaser through painful past situations and ultimately through the act of forgiveness, which frees the Releaser from old patterns, heals the psychic wounds and enables him or her to move on and make new choices in life.
Here's how a typical "Classical" Lindwall Releasing session proceeds:
- The facilitator and the Releaser mutually agree to be willing partners in the process.
- The Releaser lies down or sits in a comfortable position, with eyes closed.
- The facilitator then counts down from 20 to 0, giving the Releaser the suggestion that the body will become relaxed and that at the count of '0', he or she will be totally relaxed and at the proper level of concentration for the process.
- The Releaser is given the suggestion that memories of the most important situation needing to be released and healed will be awakened at this time.
- The facilitator asks questions to guide the Releaser in focusing, such as: What do you feel? What age were you? What happened? How did you feel about that? Signs that the Releaser is experiencing the situation include sighs, tears, anger, laughter and perspiration. They are encouraged to allow the pent-up emotions to vent in a constructive way.
- As negative/limiting experiences are surfaced from the subconscious, the facilitator has the Releaser speak directly to the persons involved in each incident, expressing whatever the Releaser feels needs to be conveyed to them. They are also asked to listen to the response from the other party realizing that we are all telepathically connected no matter where we are or how much time has elapsed since the situation occurred. After an understanding of the dynamics is revealed, the Releaser is asked to state, "I release (relevant emotions, such as anger, sadness, disappointment, and/or limiting beliefs, programs, etc.), and I ask for forgiveness and I forgive myself."
- The facilitator remains non judgmental and supportive throughout the session, encouraging the Releaser to allow the emotions to drain until they no longer feel disturbed.
- Upon completion of the process (usually about an hour to an hour and a half), the facilitator gives the Releaser the suggestion that as a count is made from 3 to 1, she will shift from looking deeply within to becoming wide awake and alert, and feeling great. At the count of 1 the facilitator snaps their fingers near the Releaser's eyes to shift the focus from the subconscious to the conscious level of awareness.
As people from all backgrounds - including health care professionals and clergy - have learned, the Lindwall Releasing Process is a powerful tool to help us stop or reduce the undesirable effects that old experiences have had on our overall quality of life.
As Dr. Isa Lindwall used to explain:
"You, as a Soul, function as a computer operator.|
Your brain is your biological computer.
Your body and life are the printout.
The words 'I release' are similar to pressing the delete button
on your home computer.
It deletes unwanted programs and emotions thereby
preventing them from interfering
with the proper functioning
of your brain and body cells which in turn allows your life
to function more effectively."
NOTICE: The Lindwall Releasing process is not intended to replace any medical or psychological diagnosis or treatment.