Ready for some deep yet practical tech-talk, Blog-Buddies? Let’s investigate a fairly common hidden part of the healing available from cutting cords of attachment. Common if you work professionally in the field of Rosetree Energy Spirituality, anyway. 😉
Yet I doubt if 1 in 1,000 people who cut cords of attachment today have ever heard of the topic for today’s article. (I just googled “How Popular is Cutting Cords of Attachment” and got exactly 10 1/2 million hits!)
I haven’t mentioned this hidden healing bonanza in either of my books on cord-cutting — how to’s that are still the only books in English about how to cut cords of attachment.
Hey, there was plenty of other information that had to be explained first, before we could turn to a topic this advanced, with huge implications for everyday life and really exciting potential for emotional and spiritual healing.
If you’re ready, hold on to the top of your head, Blog-Buddies. Keep wiggling your eyes all over the screen and thinking as you read. Here goes.
Did you know about process-oriented cord items?
A cord of attachment is a distinctive, subconscious, astral-level, energy structure between one person and a cordee.
Cords of attachment are not shared. Rather, GLADYS’s cord of attachment to JOE is her problem. While he might have his own cord of attachment to GLADYS, which would be his problem.
Cord cutting is a form of energy healing with the power to transform a person psychologically, socially, emotionally, in terms of identity, and aurically.
- If you are reading this article, you may have had a session of aura healing where the healing centerpiece involved a method of removing one cord of attachment — both STUFF removal and PUT IN, to help you grow faster on your personal path.
- Or you might have learned a quality method of cord cutting that you use to help yourself.
Cutting cords of attachment is not a “clearing” or other form of energy healing that needs to be done again and again. Once does it, at least when the healer has skills.
This powerful kind of subconscious-level healing can be integrated in ways that qualify as miraculous. Certainly cutting cords can bring permanent healing of significant quality.
And one of the very coolest discoveries among professionals in this emerging field involves pattern and process.
Cords of attachment always contain a distinctive sequence of “Cord dialogue.” This information has great value for healing as part of the 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment(R).
- Most cord dialogue involves content: Energy flows, thoughts, and feelings.
- The sequence of cord items often represents a significant pattern.
- And then sometimes my client hits the healing jackpot. I encounter a process-oriented cord item, one item within a dialogue box that generates its own pattern.
In Cut Cords of Attachment with Energy Spirituality, I provide short case histories. Every example contains important content, due to the many cord items. Many sequences of cord dialogue describe there also contain a significant pattern. That sure is important. It has huge implications for logical consequences, specific improvements that a client can reasonably expect after cutting a particular cord of attachment. But I could only pack so much information between those covers or (onto that ebook reader).
Today’s blog post is my first example of a process-oriented cord item ever made public, outside an advanced workshop or my Mentoring Program in Rosetree Energy Spirituality.
Why do process-oriented cord items matter?
Every single cord of attachment you have will recycle at least once daily, the full sequence of cord items repeating at a subconscious level. Energies and chemicals and psychological patterns repeating in that way imprint how you think and feel.
Of course, there is no such thing as a “Good cord of attachment.” (The very idea reveals that a person still has a whole lot to learn about this field. For starters, a cord of attachment is an entirely different subtle energy structure from a spiritual tie or an astral tie. Uttering that string of words scares me more than hearing somebody holler “Voldemort.” 😉 )
Ever hear of Molecules of Emotion? Each cord of attachment presents quite a distasteful stew of molecules, an inner diet of misery that generates familiar distress just because it repeats so regularly.
Major cords of attachment repeat much more frequently than once daily. Consequences are worse than if they repeated in your conscious mind.
Surface repetition is annoying. While your subconscious imprints carry instructions instantaneously to your autonomic nervous system, your moods, your thinking, your expectations, and your patterns of behavior.
Examples of process-oriented cord items include:
- Empath circuits switch ON. Limiting skills for an empath. Or to put it constructively, removing cords of attachment with this process-oriented cord item will help a person to make much rapid progress with Empath Empowerment(R).
- The cordee is drunk. Or the client is drunk. Setting in motion dysfunctional vibrational positioning. Or to put it constructively, removing cords of attachment with this process-oriented cord item will help a person to stay clean and sober.
- The cordee is stoned on pot. Or the client is under the influence of marijuana. Setting in motion dysfunctional vibrational positioning. Or to put it constructively, removing cords of attachment with this process-oriented cord item will help a person to “Just say no” to drugs.
- The client slips out of the body and hovers in consciousness for an involuntary splitting off from physical reality. Or to put it constructively, removing cords of attachment with this process-oriented cord item will help a person to stay present with consciousness localized in the physical body.
Getting the picture? It’s a big deal for healing skill set to include the ability to identify process-oriented cord items. Pull out the implications and they stack up like this:
- Certain individual cord items do not only have content.
- Sometimes a particular cord item sequence can generate a pattern.
- Or a single cord item can contain a pattern.
- Or a set of cord dialogue could actually contain both, which is quite rare.
- Both kinds of STUFF can always, always, always be healed.
- Some STUFF is just yuckier than other kinds. In my opinion, process-oriented cord items are the worst sort of STUFF in a cord of attachment.
My client JOE had a textbook-clear example of subconscious pattern and process in a recent session. Graciously he gave permission for me to share the information in this blog post.
It’s a superb example because there is a pattern related to projection and, in addition, there is a process-oriented cord item about projection. Wow, right?
Thanks to JOE, you can upgrade your sophistication about cords of attachment. Besides that, you can gain some psychological insight about projection. Today’s case study will give food for thought to anyone who has wondered about the underlying subconscious process involved in projection.
What is projection?
According to Kendra Cherry, “Projection is a defense mechanism that involves taking our own unacceptable qualities or feelings and ascribing them to other people.”
In traditional language, projection is like the pot calling the kettle black.
Only projection isn’t as abstract as that saying might make it appear.
In real life? Projection is more like the pothead calling the kettle-holding roommate “Out of touch with reality.”
Okay, Blog-Buddies. You have the context set. If you have questions, just ask them in the COMMENTS box below. Now for this rare treat….
A case history with a cord of attachment that includes a process-oriented cord item
Plus here is a great chance to think about projection itself. Has it been happening in your relationships? Could you recognize it if it hit you over the head like a large kettle?
Recognizing psychological project can help you to sort out what other people frequently do.
This is what I found in the cord of attachment between JOE and his mother. See if you can find:
- A pattern, or sequence, related to psychological projection.
- A process-oriented cord item perpetuating psychological projection.
Just comment below with your ideas and questions, Blog-Buddies. About projection! About patterns in cord dialogue! About process-related cord items!
- JOE: Feeling sad and alone.
- MOM: Looking (just looking) at him.
- JOE: She is pitying me.
- JOE: Projection mechanism activates.
- JOE: So angry at her.
- JOE: How dare she criticize me for being moody when she is the one who makes me feel bad?
- JOE: I wish you would change.
- JOE: I can’t make you change.
- JOE: Feeling sorry for himself, hopeless and trapped.