The Method is a technique that helps you let go of what’s bothering you
The sort of things that come up in the day-to-day that we stress about. Situations that happen at work, in your relationships, with your finances. It can be anything. Nothing is too big or little.
It begins with this: something happened…
Your boss came down on you in the department meeting.
in a relationship
You got into a fight with your lover over what to have for dinner.
with your finances
Another unexpected expense came up.
… it’s bothering you…
Ever since your boss came down on you, you’ve been feeling down. You’ve worked so hard on your project, and your boss doesn’t seem to care.
in a relationship
You’re really angry with your lover. You wanted to eat fish for dinner, not pasta. It seems like it’s always what your lover wants.
with your finances
You’re frustrated because it seems like you can’t get ahead financially, and you’re tired of coming up short.
… and you can’t let it go
you keep thinking about it
It could be a little, just enough to make you feel uneasy or agitated. Or a lot. You’re obsessing and ruminating, analyzing what happened. In your quiet moments, it creeps back into your thoughts. No matter how hard you try, you can’t escape thinking about it.
you’ve been thinking about it for a while
Maybe what happened, happened just now or yesterday. But it could’ve happened last week or last month — even last year.
you don’t want to think about it
You try to brush it off. You tell yourself you’re making a big deal out of nothing. You try to convince yourself that you should be able to forget about it.
But whatever is bothering you, whether it’s a lot or a little, whether you try to brush it off or not, whether it happened yesterday or last month — no matter how hard you try — you can’t let it go.
But you need to let it go
For your peace of mind: Because you don’t need the added burden.
For your health: Stress is a factor in at least 75% of illness and disease. Chronic stressing circulates stress chemicals in your body that are damaging over time.
For your life: So you can move on and get back to building a rich, full life.
The Method is a technique that helps you let go of what’s bothering you.
The Method is an effective tool for stress management, emotional healing, personal growth, and spiritual development
Because The Method helps with day-to-day stressing, it can be thought of as a stress management tool. But it’s more than that.
The Method is also a tool for emotional healing. For example, it can help you move on when you’re going through a breakup. Letting go of what’s bothering you can help build your self-confidence and self-esteem, advancing your personal growth. Letting go can even enhance your spiritual journey, if you would like to open your heart to more peace, joy, and higher love.
How does it work?
It has to do with the Feel Body Basic and “letting go”. What we’re holding onto are painful feelings — buried painful feelings, from the past. When an experience is too painful to bear, we’ll bury our feelings. We do it to protect ourselves, for self-preservation and survival, so we can get through the day. It’s more common than you think. Most of the time, we’re not aware of doing it.
It turns out that buried painful feelings from the past are the source of what’s bothering us now. The Method uncovers buried painful feelings. The good news is, once the buried pain is uncovered — and felt — it’s gone for good.
The Method is available in three ways
Marlene has been facilitating The Method since 2013 when she developed it. Private sessions are 75 minutes. For your convenience, sessions are conducted over the phone.
Marlene developed The Method in 2013 when she was writing The Simple Seven. She wanted to provide readers with a stress management tool that they could use on their own. The Method is also presented on its own in the book, Feel Good, Do The Method.
Workshops are available if you would like to learn how to master using The Method so you can use it on your own.