Larry Crane is a Master Teacher to Fortune 500 executives and partner to billionaires. He is a self-made millionaire himself and a renowned author as well. He has been on TV throughout the world and has featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles, including TV Guide and Time.
Larry is a pioneer of the world-renowned system known as the Release Technique. Through it he has shown countless hundreds how to actually eliminate any and all negativity-conscious or unconscious-right on the spot, leaving people in a powerfully positive position to create only the good things desired in life.
He has personally trained sales people, businessmen, sports and entertainment celebrities, psychiatrists, psychologists, managers and housewives how to let go of stress, problems, emotions and subconscious blacks that hold people back from having total abundance and joy in life.
Ric Thompson: I definitely want to get into the Release Technique. Before we get into it, there’s one more step. How would you define happiness, Larry? That’s a pretty ambiguous term. Happiness means something different to me than to you.
Larry Crane: To tell you the truth, it’s different for almost everybody. For most people, happiness means no sorrow. Most people are looking for happiness with no sorrow. We’ve recently been working on a documentary or film about what happiness is. It’s interesting that you asked me about that. I’m almost finished with it. It will be coming out in early 2012.
When you think about children, you see they’re always laughing. Even if they’re growing up in a negative or poor family, they’re laughing all the time. Even if they’re in the middle of India and are poverty-stricken, they’re still playing and laughing. When we get to be about 12 or 13 years old, what happens to that laughter? What happened to that happiness? Where did it go?
We are naturally positive. Nobody showed you how to do it in the crib. Nobody explained it to you. You were just having a great time, most of the time. Then as you got older, it was suppressed. Does that make sense? Twelve and 13-year-old kids are given Prozac and Ritalin because they have ADD and other things. It’s a bunch of nonsense. They’re murdering these people and making them into drug addicts.
There has been research that revealed parents are telling their children 80 times a day, No. Eighty times a day: Don’t do this. Don’t do that. No, no, no, no, no. Do you think that will make you negative by 12, 13, or 14?
Ric Thompson: Probably.
Larry Crane: That’s what’s going on. Happiness is you being you without any negativity. That’s my definition. Happiness is you being you without any negativity. Most people don’t have a clue as to who they are. They don’t because they’re listening to the thing that is playing in their heads. I call it ego. We believe that’s who we are. That’s who we are not.
It’s a recording and play-back unit. That’s all it is. We’ve all gone through this. I remember years ago when I was married. I would have an argument with my wife and stay up all night long thinking and not knowing what to do. I didn’t want to go over to the side of the bed, and she didn’t come back. Who said that we have to do all of these things?
It’s absolutely insane. We don’t really understand what love is. What it comes down to is that happiness is also love. Most people on the planet don’t have a clue as to what love is. To most people, love is, As long as you do what I want you to do, I’ll love you. The minute you don’t, I don’t, or worse than that, I’ll kill you. That’s what’s going on all over the world: in Libya, Egypt, England and the United States.
All over the world, people don’t have a clue as to what love is. Very few people truly ever find it. It’s easy to find because it’s right inside of you. I intend to show you what I’m talking about today. It’s inside of you; not outside of you. You’re looking in the wrong direction. I was looking to be a big shot and have a lot of money and be famous. I wanted to produce movies and manage celebrities. That didn’t make me happy.
All the time-and I didn’t know it-happiness was inside of me. Why did Elvis do what he did? He was handsome and talented. He had all the money and adulation in the world. Why did he turn to drugs? It was because he was trying to find happiness in all of those things-in his houses and his women. It wasn’t there. It was inside of him, but he didn’t know it.
He never found it. It definitely wasn’t in drugs. Fortunately for me, I was never interested in drugs or drinking. It had no appeal to me at all. If I had turned in that direction, I could have been lost.
Ric Thompson: That’s amazing. Let’s take this to the next step. Let’s get into the Release Technique. What is it?
Larry Crane: It’s step-by-step on how to get rid of negativity on the spot. It’s really simple. Children do it all the time…
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