RES has taught me a lot about drugs… the helping way. Today I’ll share what I learned from a crystal meth-flavored cord of attachment.
Many of you Blog-Buddies already know a lot about cutting cords of attachment. Some have even signed up for my Cut Cords of Attachment Level 1 Workshop on August 13-14, 2016. (Where nothing, nothing about the cords of attachment being cut in that workshop will be anywhere near this intense! Cutting even a minor cord of attachment can bring big results.)
Had to file an insurance claim after a serious car crash or other big-deal problem that could be covered by insurance?
How about being so mad that you’re tempted to file a lawsuit, and going for an initial conversation with an attorney?
Of course sometimes that can be a smart move. (Except for when it isn’t such a smart move.) But what about paying a price for that lawsuit, or even that initial conversation to file an insurance claim?
I wonder, and not just because I have an eye for irony.
“Black Friday” is, of course, a post-post-modern American tradition, where you start Christmas shopping on Thanksgiving Day and go at it full force on the following day (which is always a Friday). Then binge-shop for several more days, merrily scooping up bargains as you go.
This year it is estimated that 135.8 million consumers may shop between Thanksgiving Day and through the weekend until “Cyber Monday” (when the shopping goes online).
What, is one of America’s loveliest holidays — our collective day of gratitude — really becoming the day to go out and shop ’till you drop?”
Gotta love Earth School, right? Because we spiritual idealists might have to weep if we didn’t sometimes remember to laugh. CONTINUE READING →
Could this be the start of a joke? “What does cutting cords of attachment have in common with counting sheep?”
No, it’s a slightly lighthearted but ultimately serious question, given some of the conversations people can have about what is involved in cutting cords of attachment, when to do it, why to do it, etc.
“What does cutting cords of attachment have in common with counting sheep?” Definitely something. CONTINUE READING →
In Comment 3, KATIE asked how a smart Post-New-Age person could “get though the backlog of cutting all these ties?” Such a good question!
In response, Emily proceeded to share some wonderful suggestions in her Comments 6-10. (Note: Could be that cutting cords of attachment is one of the ways that EMILY accelerated her personal development before moving into Enlightenment.)
There is one big no. Do NOT cut these cords of attachment for yourself…
Even if you have excellent skills at self-healing with the 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment®, I urge you not to attempt to cut a cord of attachment when someone who has recently died or committed suicide. Neither to the late individual, nor to family members or friends of the deceased person.
Or to a person who has died, however long ago, if that person was a blood relative, a lover, or someone else of very big importance in your life.
I’ll supplement that fair warning with today’s article.
The target audience for today’s article is you, your friends, and anyone you know who has learned any of the self-healing techniques of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES).
Self-Healing with RES Can Definitely Empower You, But…
When he called for his session of aura healing, my client Joe was pretty upset. He’s the top executive at a major company. In that leadership capacity, Joe oversees multiple facilities, supervising dozens of managers; he is responsible for the livelihood of thousands.
And usually that Joe is pretty darned serene, no matter which problem he faces.
But for this phone session, Joe was audibly upset. One of his top managers, the CFO, just died in a car crash. The sudden death of “Mr. Gladys” shook my long-term client.
Joe’s intention for the session was to enjoy his life more. And that session proved very successful for him, both helping him now plus — it turned out — Joe’s session safeguarded him against problems that could have arisen in the future. CONTINUE READING →
Note: Blog-Buddies, after you read the main article please see Comment 85. It just might melt your heart.
In RES we have a motto: STUFF can always, always, always be healed. Yet it’s also true that three kinds of STUFF are the hardest to heal. These extra-toxic varieties of stored energies and emotions at the astral level result from enjoyable experiences of:
Black magic, e.g., voodoo
Killing or torturing for pleasure
Sex that involves violence, sadism, masochism, bondage, submission. Or to use the clever, trendy acronym for today, BDSM.
Even TV shows that feature these topics can become addictive to some extent. To participate in real life is a big mistake: Ultimately educational but, really, something to avoid if ever you can, because the person involved is likely to crave more and more.
Back when I studied with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, I was told that there are 111 ways to transcend but only 108 of them are holy. Since working with clients in RES, I have come to wonder if these are the three dangerous ways to experience bliss. CONTINUE READING →
Right after his session with me, Jim picked up the pen and paper used for making notes. Then he put them away.
Not until the next day did Jim consciously think… “Hey, I cleaned up after myself.”
Not until his next session with me did Jim consciously notice… “I have been cleaning up after myself for weeks.” There had been none of his annoying same old, same old: “I’m not in the mood. I’ll do it later.”
Well guess what? Jim’s intention for our session had been “To find it easier to clean up after myself.”