To cut Cords of Attachment is to be involved in one of the most powerful techniques available today for holistic healing and psychological healing.
You might have questions as a client, a prospective client, a healer, or a healer who’s considering learning my 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment®.
Or you might have questions as a complete newbie, someone just learning about this amazing Cut Cords option for the first time.
Bottom line, if you want to learn how to cut Cords of Attachment, I can definitely help you. I’ve helped others, including many who now do this work professionally.
In any case, this post serves as a Q&A Center. Today I’ll respond to some excellent questions posed to me recently. Add your questions and comments below.
Got questions? Got Cords?
DEFINING “CUT CORDS OF ATTACHMENT”
When you have an interest in someone new, immediately two structures are formed to connect your aura with the other person’s aura.
A Spiritual Tie contains patterns of love, learning, sweetness. This is a magnificent energy structure. Once formed, it continues permanently.
A Cord of Attachment contains the most disturbing, troubling patterns that ever arise between you and the other person, the “cordee.” Unless removed properly, it also continues permanently.
If the cordee no longer speaks to you, even “dies,” you still will have that Cord of Attachment until the last minutes of your life. At least you will unless that Cord of Attachment is cut properly.
Why does that matter. Every Cord Item in the Cord of Attachment repeats 24/7, dumping toxic patterns etc. into your aura and subconscious mind.
Since 1986, I have worked professionally with clients, facilitating the procedure to Cut Cords of Attachment. My system produces permanent results. I have never heard of a Cord of Attachment returning for any of my clients. What I have heard (often) are thank you’s about huge results for my clients, even miracles.
Eventually I wrote a how-to book, Cut Cords of Attachment, for two purposes.
It’s useful for you as a client and/or consumer. So much confusion, even outright nonsense, is written on the Internet about what it means to cut Cords of Attachment. I don’t claim to know everything, but I am an experienced source of knowledge on this topic. So I saw the need for a book that would help people to understand what this Cut Cords procedure is, how it works, even why it works.
My how-to on Cut Cords of Attachment also works as a how-to if you would like to learn a quality, effective method, my 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment(R). Yes, you can learn the complete skill set right from that book, although supplementary resources are available as well. (See the LINKS section at the end of this post.)
Cord Cutting Question #1
Q. “When I work with clients, I notice cords sometimes. What is the quick way that I can adapt your 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment?”
A. Please, oh please, don’t try to do that. You’re far better off doing nothing.
The system works as “12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment, ” not “30 Seconds to Cut Cords of Attachment.”
As a psychotherapist, you might find it awkward to bring up the topic, but don’t try to do a secret, stealth version. If you don’t have the client’s permission, don’t do it. You might educate the client a bit and then make a referral to a dedicated practitioner like me. Then I (or my Appointment Coordinator Mitch) can answer the questions of the client, make the appointment.
Then I can facilitate doing a quality job. Afterwards, you’ll look better as a psychotherapist because you can move forward much more effectively. Too often, psychotherapists have to, effectively, repackage the problems from a Cord of Attachment.
Cord Cutting Question #2
Q. “I do energy work. I’ve been taught to brush away cords of attachment, but then they come back. Can I combine what I learned with some parts of your 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment?”
As a body worker, you might have been told to brush away a cord, or learned some other procedure to mechanically move out the energy of a cord. Procedures like this won’t necessarily harm your client, but they’re really a big waste of time because the Cord of Attachment isn’t being properly cut.
If you take part of my system of 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment®, you are not using the system. Therefore, the Cord of Attachment won’t be properly cut that way, either.
You would serve your clients far better by either dedicating an hour of your session time to cutting one cord properly or doing nothing about that particular cord of attachment.
Once an otherwise talented, ethical body worker, “Jen,” did a session for “Roy,” a client of mine. During the last five minutes she said, “Do you want me to cut all your cords?”
This could be considered akin to putting nuts and a cherry on someone’s brownie sundae, except that Roy wasn’t receiving a dessert but (supposedly) a healing.
Because Roy has actually had Cords of Attachment cut in a quality way, he refused. Jen was puzzled that Roy declined her offer and proudly told him, “I cut my cords every day.”
Jen might as well have hung out a sign next to the one for her real work. This extra sign would read, “I know nothing, really, about how to cut Cords of Attachment. Except it sure sounds good.”
Cord Cutting Question #3
In a recent Cord Cutting comment at “Deeper Perception Made Practical,” Tweet asked:
Q. Is it possible to cut cords for someone who is very ungrounded?
The answer is “Yes, of course.”
I’m delighted with Tweet’s question because it’s like so many others I have been asked over the years. You can imagine a whole list.
Is it possible to cut Cords of Attachment for:
- Someone who is blonde
- Someone who has poor dental hygiene
- Someone who dances badly
In what other field of healing today would such a question even be asked? Say that you go to a dentist to drill a cavity and save your tooth. That’s not terribly different from going to an expert at Rosetree Energy Spirituality, asking to cut a Cord of Attachment so you can feel better in mind-body-spirit. What would you think of a dentist who stood before you, drill in hand, and then said:
“I’m sorry. I can’t work on that tooth. You’re too ungrounded.”
Sometimes it CAN be the case that for a new client, a different healing centrepiece is the priority, particularly healing a case of Spiritual Addiction. But trust me, Tweet. Whenever someone says, “I can’t cut that Cord of Attachment because you’re too [fill in the blank]” that person may as well hang out a sign that reads, “I know nothing, really, about how to cut Cords of Attachment. Except it sure sounds good.”
Cord Cutting Question #4
Tweet also asked:
Q. “What if the cords are the cause of someones ungroundedness?”
Let’s tackle the first part of this question and the second part separately. Implied here, to me at least, is the idea “So many Cords of Attachment, how do I cope?“
Plural Cords of Attachment, yoicks!
No matter how many Cords of Attachment, 1 or 25, the method is the same. You cut them. Obviously — at least I hope this is obvious to you — if there is a whole bunch of major Cords of Attachment, you still must cut them one Cord of Attachment at a time.
Anyone who tells you to cut a whole bunch o’ Cords of Attachment at once — or freaks out that there is more than one — is still learning basics about how to do this kind of healing.
To go back to the dentist analogy, if you go to that dentist with cavities in every tooth in your head, it might be very nice if the dentist could wave her magic wand and “fix all your teeth” in that session.
But, because most people have some concept of modern dentistry even if they are not, personally, dentists, it doesn’t seem like asking too much if the dentist were to say, “Each tooth must be worked on individually.”
I have actually been to a dentist with that problem, back when I was 14 years old.
Thank goodness, he didn’t say, “Multiple cavities? I’m overwhelmed.”
Nor did he punch me so hard that ALL my teeth wobbled around in my head.
As the smart professional he was, my fine dentist fixed up one cavity at a time.
I sat in that dentist’s chair for many hours. It took multiple visits but, hey, I had multiple teeth. And still do! (Thanks, in part, to that excellent, patient dentist.)
Cord Cutting Question #5
Q. But how can you cut a Cord of Attachment when something about that cord makes a person difficult to deal with (as a person)?
To me, that’s the other part of Tweet’s question. (And, Tweet, if I didn’t catch all the parts, feel free to comment below.)
When you learn the skill set I call “12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment,” you own a set of skills comparable to a dentist’s knowledge plus the tools right there in the dentist’s office. If the dental patient is well enough to sit, hold head up, not projectile vomit on the hygienist, etc., you’re in business.
Over the decades, I have had some clients who were frightened because a particular Cord of Attachment might (they feared) be too toxic, too scary, etc. No problem! Those were fears. Maybe those were also nasty Cords of Attachment, but I had a complete skill set.
Once I had a client, “Fred,” who was extremely scared, and he had a good reason. His ex-girlfriend, “Heidi,” was into Voodoo. So she had some Voodoo practitioner working on Fred. If you’ve ever had contact with professionals at this, you know it could be a big deal.
Before seeing me, poor Fred had been to several shamanic healers who were not able to successfully remove the Cord of Attachment. However, I was able to permanently cut that Cord of Attachment just fine. The technical difference involved making an “Energy Sandwich,” something gone into at length in the book Cut Cords of Attachment.
Actually, I am honored to have helped teach this skill set to some professional shamanic healers. For the rest of their work, they use the rest of the sacred, traditional skills that are part of their practice. For cutting Cords of Attachment, they use the sacred, postmodern skill set called “12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment.”
Cord Cutting Question #6
Q. Can you tell which of the people made the cord form? Was it me or the cordee?
Cords of Attachment and Spiritual Ties actually are formed in pairs, in most relationships. So if you meet Jose and go on a couple of dates, both of you have a Cord of Attachment. Your Cord of Attachment to Jose is the one you have control over, the one you can remove.
Jose’s Cord of Attachment to you is none of your business.
I do hear a fair amount of beginner-type questions like this one. Similar concerns involve:
- Jose “corded” me.
- I didn’t want a cord to Jose but he gave me one anyway.
- I’m scared that now that I broke up with Jose, he’s going to “cord” me.
Let me reassure you. Jose might text you. He might twitter you. He might even, ugh!, sext you.
But “cording” is not a verb in reality. This concept combines fear and a lack of understanding about how Cords of Attachment work. Neither spiritual ties nor Cords of Attachment are created on purpose.
The way many people discuss Cords of Attachment today reminds me of the popularization of yoga in recent years. The good news is, more people know about it. The bad news is, they sort of know about it.
Carrying a yoga mat and wearing cute yoga clothes does not mean that a person receives the benefit of yoga.
Talking about “cording” people or “I cut all my cords every day, do you?” does not mean that a person has received the huge benefits of cutting Cords of Attachment.
Finally, for laughs, you’re welcome to read a popular online collection of confusing, ineffective techniques to cut Cords of Attachment. Sage advice includes “spending time alone.” Sure, that’s going to do “so much” to remove a real live permanent structure, full of flows of toxic energy that are very personal, circulating into your subconscious mind and aura until death.
Feel free to comment on all the cute advice there!