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With ‘Blue Monday’ approaching, Northampton therapist Jenny Mullan is advising people that positive thinking alone is not enough to attract what you want, and offering a free teleseminar to learn about how to achieve a calmer, happier, more successful life.

Monday 18th January is officially designated as the gloomiest date in the calendar by Cliff Arnall, psychologist and former tutor at Cardiff University. It’s based on a mathematical formula that takes into account a number of 'depressing' factors, including weather, debt, time since Christmas and failing New Year's Resolutions.

Advice for ‘beating the blues’ usually involves catching yourself thinking negative thoughts, and replacing them with positive ones. Unfortunately, it’s been estimated that the average person has between fifty and sixty thousand thoughts a day, and that up to 90% of those are negative, so this rapidly becomes an exhausting, if not impossible, task.

“Trying to just replace negative thoughts with positive ones is like trying to bail out a leaky boat. Unless you fix the hole in the boat, you’re always fighting against sinking” said Jenny. “However, if you can identify and let go of the underlying emotion – for example, apathy, grief, anger or fear - then the negative thoughts simply stop coming up in the first place.”

To help educate people on how to move beyond just positive thinking, Jenny is hosting a number of free 90 minute teleseminars on a technique relatively unknown in the UK called The Sedona Method®. Established in the USA over thirty years ago by Lester Levenson, The Sedona Method is a simple, powerful, easy to learn and easy to use way to let go of unwanted emotions and feelings in the moment.

“Most of us become overly identified with our emotions, saying things like ‘I am angry’, rather than just ‘I’m feeling angry’” explained Jenny. “When we realise that emotions are just something we feel, and that even the most powerful ones are only temporary, it opens up the possibility of letting them go in the moment.”

The free question and answer calls will be presented by David Ellzey, worldwide instructor for The Sedona Method, who is coming over from New York to run two Basic Courses in Glasgow (23rd – 26th April) and Brighton (30th April – 2nd May 2010).

To request more information on The Sedona Method, and to register for one of the free teleseminars, go to The first teleseminar will be held on Thursday 28 January from 8:00 – 9:30pm, with other dates to follow.

Notes to editors:

For more information about what The Sedona Method® is, how it can help, and Jenny’s personal experience with it, please visit or contact Jenny Mullan on:

• Landline (preferred): 0845 652 2271
• Mobile: 07870 416003
• Email:

Jenny Mullan is a highly successful therapist, owner of The Nightingale Clinic in Earls Barton (Northamptonshire), trainer, coach and speaker. Jenny has been a therapist since 2000, and successfully treated people from all walks of life for all kinds of problems.

Jenny is also a UK trainer for HypnoBirthing®, has lectured organisations such as the Royal College of Midwives, and was voted Best Speaker at the prestigious Primary Care Live events in Manchester and London in 2008.

David Ellzey is CEO of David Ellzey Companies, LLC and an international lead trainer for the life-changing personal growth technique, The Sedona Method®. David is a guest faculty member at the renowned Omega Institute and for Harv Eker’s Peak Potentials Training and is a co-author with Deepak Chopra and Jack Canfield of the upcoming book, Stepping Stones to Success.

David’s private clients range from executives in leadership roles of global companies to parents and everyday people who are ready to finally master their own lives. His corporate clients include small businesses to large companies such as Discovery Communications and Fortune 500 company, Novartis Pharmaceuticals. He was recently invited to speak at leadership training at the United Nations.

David shared in receiving the prestigious Raoul Wallenburg Humanitarian Award as a member of the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Program for his work as a clown doctor in the innovative field of humour and healing in hospitals nationwide. With over two hundred TV and film credits, he is most honoured to have performed at The United Nations, Mother Theresa’s Orphanage in India, and the World Youth Festival in Moscow where he received a standing ovation from an audience representing 160 nations for his performance supporting world peace.

The Sedona Method® is a registered trademark of Sedona Training Associates:


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