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Cutting Cords of Attachment, Not for Emergencies

What does cutting cords of attachment have in common with counting sheep?

What does cutting cords of attachment have in common with counting sheep?

 

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.

Boring? No.

Systematic? Yes. As in counting one sheep at a time. Or, when it comes to self-healing, cutting one cord of attachment at a time.

Practical Perspective on Cutting Cords of Attachment

Blog-Buddies, maybe you have been following our recent series:

  1. Big Problems Averted by Cutting a Cord of Attachment After a Death
  2. Whichever Cords of Attachment You Cut for Yourself, Avoid This Kind
  3. My Secrets for Cutting Cords of Attachment. A Guest Post by ZELDA

In Comment 3, at the first of these posts, KATIE asked how a smart Post-New-Age person could “get though the backlog of cutting all these ties?”

And see what her great question started!

I do encourage all you Blog-Buddies to check out comments at each of these articles, because your fellow Blog-Buddies share wonderful insights that are thought provoking and smart. (As usual.)

Enthusiasm.

KATIE’s enthusiasm is wonderful. The short answer to her question is this:

Cutting cords of attachment is for self-actualization and a better quality of life.

In short, this is not a race. Your personal development is a journey, not a project to complete right away so that you can get started with the next exciting new project. Like figuring out how to put memes onto Facebook.

Not that I’m trying to trivialize KATIE’s heartfelt comments, no no!

For any of you Blog-Buddies who are excited about the potential of cutting cords of attachment to improve your life, I’ll bet that I can match your level of enthusiasm. 😉 Still…

It Helps to Slow Down Enough to Get the Practical Bits Right

A little time, a little attention. Take your time and use good skills.

Whether you’re using notes from a workshop or personal mentoring with me, or you’ve got the eBook “Cut Cords of Attachment for Self-Healing” or you have the longer book, more advanced, “Cut Cords of Attachment with Energy Spirituality“…

Go step by step.

And might I suggest? Don’t add. Don’t subtract. Don’t scrunch up your forehead in concentration. Just follow the steps provided and you will achieve good results.

What If You’re Really Upset about a Relationship?

  • In danger of losing your job
  • Scared about a creepy landlord
  • Need a restraining order from an abusive ex
  • Your child is terrified of a bully at school
  • Dealing with a stalker

I have helped clients to solve every one of these problems. And more. But I am a professional at RES.

If you are dealing with any of these problems, you might wish to have a session with an expert at RES.

Isn’t that just common sense? A self-help book cannot possibly contain all the knowledge and skill of a professional in a field. RES is a sophisticated field for aura healing and transformation. At a professional level, many skill sets are included for energy HEALING and energy READING, plus plenty more about how to set priorities for helping a client.

So when you can do self-healing, remember this: You only get one chance to cut a cord of attachment. (At least if you are using the system of 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment®.)

You alone are responsible for making wise choices about when it is appropriate to seek out expert assistance. Meanwhile there is so much that you can do for yourself. Go for it!

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  1. 1

    Some good news from today.

    Mystery Blog-Buddy has moved into Enlightenment. The plan is for me to make a small announcement tomorrow. 🙂

    Gotta tell you, nothing in the world is more delightful than doing the sequence for Enlightenment Validation with a client.

  2. 2
    Emily says:

    This is so true. It is not a race. I didn’t even cut the cord of attachment to my partner of 3 years until having already been enlightened for a year and a half! I still will be considering sessions for the major cords (my brother for example) that I still have.

    In fact I have had 3 RES sessions in the last three months!

  3. 3
    Emily says:

    Also cutting cords of attachment is never just about removing STUFF! It is also so much about what you learn and the put in afterwards.

  4. 4
    Emily says:

    For example, my intention in one session at the start of this month was “to be more effective as a manger” so in that session it was appropriate (as decided by the RES graduate conducting that session) to cut the cord of attachment to the boss of my entire project.

  5. 5
    Emily says:

    I also learned so much about how sexual harassment and inappropriate comments can affect someone’s aura, and it has inspired me to be more effective at shutting that nonsense down and as a manager ensuring my team are more confident in addressing such matters without hesitation and without second guessing themselves.

  6. 6
    Emily says:

    This gave me an insight into the dynamics that were going on there, and this combined with the logical consequences, homework and put-in, will enable me to be more strategic when interacting with her and other bosses I have.

  7. 7
    Emily says:

    I have already noted improvements in my day-to-day at work, being more comfortable to take initiative and lead and not waiting around to be told what needs to get done, for example.

    (Even though I was pretty good at that already :))

  8. 8
    Emily says:

    An example of this, in another session, I cut the cord of attachment to my manager that has now this week been dismissed for complaints of sexual harassment from members of my team.

    My intention in that session was “to be more comfortable at work”.

  9. 9
    Emily says:

    One of the things I learned from the cord items was how I had been falling for a particular trope in our society regarding cases of such inappropriate behaviour.

    That men who do such things “don’t really know what they are doing”, that they are “boys” rather than men and need to be excused.

  10. 10
    Liane says:

    Rose, I’ve been reading some of these posts on cutting cords of attachment.

    Gaining so much good information! When I was gung-ho a couple of years ago, I simply wasn’t ready.

  11. 11
    Liane says:

    Wasn’t up to the task. Wasn’t prepared for the investment of time it was going to take to get through so many cords.

    Now that I’m more disciplined with my technique time, I realize I am much more efficient at 20 minutes a day than I ever was at ‘whatever’.

  12. 12
    Liane says:

    It helps that I have taken the time to get comfortably acquainted with the language of RES.

    It’s like fitting into my skin better.

  13. 13
    Rose Rosetree says:

    LIANE, thank you for every golden word.

    You know what else helps to prepare you to cut cords of attachment? Taking the free intro and afterwards the full online workshop on aura reading.

    Here’s one of Rose’s big plans: When I create my Online Workshop for Cutting Cords of Attachment, Aura Reading 101 will be required as a prerequisite. 🙂

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