Last blog post whispered to you the idea that sometimes cutting a cord of attachment could be a really bad choice, even unethical. Especially ironic when a new client really, really, really feels sure that cord-cutting is THE thing to do.
Before proceeding further, I have a quick quiz question for you. Which group of readers is this post most directed towards?
- A. First-time clients for sessions of Rosetree Energy Spirituality
- B. Long-term, experienced clients who have already had several sessions of Rosetree Energy Spirituality
- C. Self-helpers, who do not plan to spend money on sessions when they would prefer a do-it-yourself approach
In the COMMENTS box below, I will answer and explain. Plus I will respond to any COMMENTS you have about this. Now, back to secrets….
Our Secret #1 could be summarized like this:
The client could have problems with subconscious STUFF that are far more urgent, as shown to the practitioner of Rosetree Energy Spirituality. Because that kind of aura-healing professional knows way more about this field than new clients ever would.
Secret #2, for today, gives one example of a Healing Centerpiece that would require attention in the session and help the client far more than cutting any cord of attachment.
Now that’s a big thing for me to admit in public. So far I have gone on record, in every possible way, to advocate for cutting cords of attachment. I do my very best to clean up the reputation of cord-cutting, especially important over the last decade, as more and more people have learned about the healing potential of cutting cords of attachment.