The TransCovery

Process®

Our past issues can cause our emotions to get bottled up and to stop our energy from flowing. With this simple and proven method, anyone can get their energy moving again.

When using the TransCovery Process® becomes a daily practice, it can substantially change your life and only takes a couple of minutes a day. This system empowers one to better manage their emotions, their thoughts and their energy.

What is the TransCovery Process®?

It is taken from two words: Trans” referring to Transformation and “Covery” referring to Discovery. The TransCovery Process is a body of questions that follow a specific sequence which provides a guidance system for responsible conscious inquiry into self. This personal guidance system engages self-inquiry for the benefit of removing stress, needy energy, negative thoughts and emotions, and unwanted behavioral patterns. The TransCovery Process® is designed to assist those that would like to purge and release their thoughts, feelings, beliefs and the behavioral patterns that are no longer serving them. This system provides a method which can correctly identify that way of thinking, feeling, believing or behaving that is no longer working for them, and let that energy go as a way to be consciously engaged in their own transformational process.

I’m So happy and grateful I’ve found a process that works… it’s not mumbo jumbo. I love the TransCovery Process. -Kody S

This process provides the structure in which we can access, correctly identify and release the energy of negative thoughts, feelings, limiting beliefs, patterns and attachments that have been running our lives. It is the life-changing process of purging and releasing the negative and limiting energy, caused by trauma in our current life, from childhood belief systems passed on by our parents and by past life issues carried over that have been left unresolved. The releasing of these various blockages creates real transformation on a cellular level and deepens our journey of self-discovery.

Real transformation usually happens incrementally towards the greater purpose of True Self-Actualization, rather than happening as one big event. The TransCovery Process® shows us how to use everything in our life as a way to empower our transformation and to bring our lives into alignment with our True “Soul” Self. Watch the video below for a detailed overview of the TransCovery Process® by its creator, Dale Halaway:

TransCovery is the most positive, loving, powerful, life-changing process and teaching I have discovered in my 67 years of seeking. It could well change the world. -Jann A-W

The TransCovery Process can be used to clear things that are no longer serving us.

Some examples of things that are no longer serving us might be:

– childhood events that negatively impacted us – unresolved trauma from past negative situations – patterned behaviors that we learned from our parents – old relationships left unresolved – current relationships that have expired – old projects we are clinging onto – old ways of seeing things – old behaviors or limiting behaviors – unhealthy habits or addictions

Examples of times you can use the TransCovery Process®:

– At the start of your day – when you are stressed – when you are overwhelmed – when you are anxious – when you are fearful – for re-centering yourself – when your thoughts are spinning out of control – when you find yourself looping (obsessing on thoughts or things) – if you have just found yourself in an argument with your partner – if you’re about to go into an uncomfortable conversation – Just before you go to sleep
 
 
 

I use the TransCovery process everyday. Sometimes just to check in with myself to see where I’m at or what I’m feeling. When I do get activated I have the process to work through whatever it is that has come up. It’s great to be able to go through a couple of simple yet powerfully intuitive questions and be able to discover what is going on with yourself. The process is simple and efficient. As I use it more and more it is now an automatic procedure for me. It takes minutes or even seconds sometimes. – Chris C