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A deeper look at cutting cords of attachment

A deeper look at cutting cords of attachment

Following up on Big Problems Averted by Cutting a Cord of Attachment After a Death, here is a start of an answer to KATIE’s excellent question about where to start when self-healing by cutting cords of attachment.

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…

Look, Blog-Buddies, I work diligently to share powerful self-help skills with you, both:

  • Books about Energy READING Skills for the Age of Awakening and
  • Books about Energy HEALING Skills for the Age of Awakening, and
  • Workshops and
  • Personal Mentoring

This blog is a resource, in part, to refine your self-help skills in the various trademarked systems of RES. So is my Facebook group for Empath Empowerment® Skills.

It’s my privilege to empower you, Blog-Buddies. To teach you as much as I can. Yt do you have any idea…

How Much More Skill Is Involved in Professional-Level Work in RES?

As a dedicated and talented amateur in this field, you may manage to learn about 10% of the level of skill that would be involved as a graduate from the Mentoring Program in Rosetree Energy Spirituality.

A big deal, actually! That’s 10 luscious and important percent.

However, this statistic may bring you perspective. This is why I also offer professional-level training to people who aim to work in this field.

Any expert in RES, even a new apprentice, sifts through a great deal of information and choices. A lot of discernment is used during any session. Of course, we don’t discuss all of that with our clients. Not to hide things from you but because this is just part of our job, just like a professional in any other field.

A vital ethical consideration in this field is that no RES practitioner will ever, ever do things to your energies without express permission.

And we’ll tell you enough about any skill set for you to give informed consent, or else decline. Your say-so matters immensely.

Also, we will complete what we start during your session, using that skill set thoroughly and completely.

What Else Will Always Be Included in Your Personal RES Session?

For any type of session, whether aura healing or aura reading research or (in my case) mentoring, there will be an assessment of your aura, using skills of energetic literacy.

When I research you, I am aware of all 15 kinds of STUFF you might have.

Professional skill includes setting priorities and selecting what will help the client most (at that particular time).

Phew! I don’t tell clients all the problems they do and don’t have. I just help them with that session’s “Healing Centerpiece.”

But — as with any professional work, probably — there is much more involved technically than appears to the “audience” or client. And if we do our job right, it doesn’t seem like we’re sweating or trying really hard to do all of those technical parts. We simply do them.

A Very Good Example is Cutting a Cord of Attachment Involving a Death or Suicide

What happens when I research cutting a cord of attachment to somebody who has “died”? Or a cord to the widow of somebody who has died (as in the case of yesterday’s post)?

As part of the process, I check out whether that astral being has become a ghost who is haunting my client, either regularly or intermittently. Sometimes that is the case.

Under other circumstances, if you just know a bit about how to cut a cord of attachment properly, you can succeed at cutting your own cord of attachment. With a bit more training as an amateur, you may even be qualified enough to cut cords of attachment for family members and friends. (Such as graduating from the advanced course I will give this coming weekend, “Cut Cords of Attachment Level 2 Workshop.”)

The quality of healing will be related to your skill at cutting those cords of attachment plus your level of expertise.

When the cordee has died, or committed suicide, things can become complicated beyond the usual scope of work for self-healing.

  • If you do notice a stuck spirit who has been haunting you, do not open up your copy of “Use Your Power of Command for Spiritual Cleansing and Protection.” Because the skill set required is different from a regular Stuck Spirits Healing.
  • Nor is it appropriate to substitute techniques for spirit releasement etc. that you have learned from other systems, not RES. This can create one terrible mess. (And if you would like me to use session time to explain specifics to you, go ahead and set up that mentoring appointment. I will gladly pull out energetic holograms and research this thoroughly for you. Otherwise, you might just want to take my word for it.)

Furthermore, these cords of attachment can have unusual cord items, like #5-7 from the example given in yesterday’s article. Besides that, complications can include prongs, interior roots, and plenty of other problems that can complicate a cord of attachment.

If you would like to become a serious student in RES, I would be delighted to teach you. Otherwise, respect this emerging field. And show respect for yourself. The practical guideline is simple and (by now, I hope) very clear:

Avoid cutting a cord of attachment related to someone who has died or committed suicide.

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  1. 1
    Kira says:

    That is good to know! I might have picked a dead celebrity as a first cord to cut, otherwise.

  2. 2
    Emily says:

    Yes this is good to know!

  3. 3
    Irene Kr says:

    Definitely very good to know. I had on my list my late grandparents with whom I had a good relationship, but certainly there must be cords of attachment there. I’ll take them off my list now 🙂

  4. 4
    Irene Kr says:

    What about people from the past that I’m no longer in contact with? While I assume they’re still alive, I don’t actually know whether they are or not…

  5. 5

    With all respect to those people, living or dead, what matters about your cords of to them?

    If YOU are still alive, IRENE KR, you still have your cord to that person. It will be worthwhile to facilitate cutting that cord of attachment.

  6. 6

    If JOE, your cordee, is deceased… at the time of death all of his STUFF is gone. Just as the physical body is “dead.”

    JOE goes off in his form made of light (the rest of his aura) to his life review and then next place of expression.

    So he has no cord of attachment to YOU, if he had one. But that is none of your business.

    Your business is that you still have a cord of attachment to him. Make sense?

  7. 7
    Irene Kr says:

    Oh, I see that my question was unclear. I am not worried about my cordee, but me 🙂

    Let me try again. For example, I have a cord of attachment to Joe. I knew Joe years ago (before I learned about cords so I didn’t cut this cord then). I am no longer in contact with Joe so I don’t know if he is alive now. Can I self-cut this cord myself or do I need to first confirm that Joe is still alive so I don’t run into the issues mentioned in this post?

  8. 8

    IRENE KR, thanks so much for rephrasing. Communication matters!

    Yes, when your skill at cutting cords of attachment has progressed far enough for you to be able to cut a major cord of attachment, go for it.

    I’m so glad you asked this question because I was referring to something more specific in my main article. I’ll go back and revise it with your query in mind. Look for the fixes early on in the article, in RED.

  9. 9
    Irene Kr says:

    Great, thanks for this clarity! I need to not write comments when I’m tired 🙂

  10. 10
    David B says:

    Interesting, Rose. Quite agree we can gain a new “relationship” after death that depends somewhat on if they transition properly, where they go to, and so forth.

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