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Cutting a Cord of Attachment Involving Crystal Meth

Ending an energetic tug of war by cutting one cord of attachment that involved crystal meth

Ending an energetic tug of war by cutting one cord of attachment that involved crystal meth

Cutting cords of attachment is one topic we have opened up in this new year. Now let’s open up another: The aura-level effects of different substances commonly used as recreational chemicals, including crystal meth.

With marijuana legally going on sale in Colorado — and TV awards galore going to the crystal meth-related series “Breaking  Bad” — yes, let’s have our first article of many about little-known, aura-level side effects of recreational substances. And how appropriate energy healing can move that STUFF out!

In one session with JOSEPHINE, I facilitated cutting a cord of attachment between her and her best friend back in the day, GLADYS. At the time of the incident stuck in this cord, both girls were just 12 or 13.

Generously, JOSEPHINE gave me permission to share this sequence of cord items with you.

What else to tell you by way of preview? In researching background about the cordee, JOSEPHINE mentioned taking many, many recreational substances. After I read her Cord Item #2, during our session, I asked  JOSEPHINE if she recognized that kind of high. I wasn’t familiar with it before. Crystal meth, she told me.

Definitely she used to take this a lot during drug-taking explorations with her former friend GLADYS.

JOSEPHINE is doing so well now, one day at a time and one session at a time. Substances are not part of her lifestyle, and have not been for a long time. You don’t have to be an expert at Rosetree Energy Spirituality to think there might be some pretty wonderful logical consequences for JOSEPHINE, no longer having the following set of cord items flow through her  aura and subconscious mind.

Cutting a Cord Flavored by Crystal Meth

  1. JOSEPHINE: Stoned out of my mind.
  2. JOSEPHINE: A big, trippy drug high. Not LSD. There is a strange edge to this detached kind of high. As if human people and experiences are like brightly colored little blocks or toys. [Note: Reminds me, Rose, of research I have done previously about a cocaine high, found in quite a few other cords of attachment I have cut for clients. Only the quality here differs because the toy-like humans seem sinister, as if broken. ]
  3. JOSEPHINE: Even though it is fun to be high enough to have this perspective of people, it feels dangerous, even like I could go out of control. So the high could turn seriously bad at any second.
  4. GLADYS: High, on a similar drug experience. But for her, the nightmare aspect is much worse than for JOSEPHINE.
  5. JOSEPHINE: Feeing where GLADYS is in consciousness. [Note: This is not empath merge but a combination of JOSEPHINE’S overall sensitivity plus being on the same drug-induced astral frequency.]
  6. JOSEPHINE: We have made a vow to rescue each other.
  7. JOSEPHINE: Making a huge effort to reach out and find GLADYS in consciousness, to pull her back to her own identity and way of thinking.
  8. GLADYS: Back to normal. But still terrified.
  9. JOSEPHINE: Knowing I just saved her from permanent flip-out.
  10. JOSEPHINE: Shaking. Aware that it could have gone the other way, too. Then I would have flipped out along with her.
  11. JOSEPHINE: Feeling proud and adventurous, like a pirate buccaneer, afraid of nothing.
  12. JOSEPHINE: So upset, I would be crying, crying for my Mommy, if I had anyone in my life to do that with.
  13. GLADYS: Casually rude to JOSEPHINE. Clearly not at all grateful.
  14. JOSEPHINE: Furious that I risked my life and sanity for an ingrate like you.

Background on Cutting Cords of Attachment

When I report on this session, it’s important to know that the technique used was one of the specialties of Rosetree Energy Spirituality: 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment(R).

Unlike when I published the first book in English in the field, cutting cords of attachment has become a popular specialty, and many people refer to cutting energy cords in a variety of ways that have nothing whatsoever to do with the technique I used to help JOSEPHINE.

With the cord of attachment removed for JOSEPHINE, I needed to do supplementary healing to dismantle the vow referred to in Cord Item #6.

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  1. 1
    Isabella says:

    What a cord. A vow and going into some very dark reaches of consciousness. Congratulations to Josephine for having this removed.

    Vows are extremely powerful. While they can certainly cause a lot of less than ideal life circumstances, I also find it comforting to know that if you take a vow, it *will* be in effect, whether you’re thinking about it or not. Vows can really change the course of your life.

  2. 2
    David.. says:

    Thanks, Rose. I’ve seen the long term results of a bad trip. And the fog drugs bring to subtle experiences. But I wasn’t aware of how that can be shared this way. Good to know.

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    DAVID and ISABELLA, I’m glad this has been meaningful for you.

    It may be a long while before scientific research begins to fathom the energetic consequences of recreational drugs.

    Perhaps our inquiries based in consciousness can eventually motivate scientists.

    Meanwhile I do think it is foolish to wait. Pressures to get high are so intense today. Yet collective consciousness is growing as well, making it easier that every for anyone who wishes to learn aura reading to become energetically literate.

    Wouldn’t it be great if we could add to the ongoing conversation about drugs like crystal meth?

  4. 4
    David.. says:

    Agreed. And I’d suggest growing collective consciousness is one of the things driving pressures to get high. If we’re in spiritual addiction or shutdown and the spiritual part seems to be shifting beneath our feet (conscious or not) and we have no tools or examples to emulate…

    On the flip side, I continue to be amazed at the growth in collective consciousness and the astonishing experiences that are unfolding. Once mythic stories are beginning to be lived.

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    Isabella says:

    I’m interested in how and why particular groups or individuals are vulnerable to certain substances and not others.

    Here is an article about the meth problem in North Korea:

    Your description of what meth is like reminds me North Korean propaganda I’ve seen.

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    Isabella says:

    David, definitely. Especially in North Korea, I don’t think there’s much else available (not sure).

    But I was referring more to the different qualities in different groups of collective consciousness (like North Koreans) which might cause problems with certain drugs to arise, rather than the objective reality stuff of the drug trade, which isn’t really my area of expertise. THough both are interesting…

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    David.. says:

    One of the factors will also be availability.

    The supply is driven by the market but sometimes the supply creates the market.

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