Posts Tagged ‘cut cord’

Cocaine Cord Gone. A Guest Post from Joe

Cocaine Cord Gone

Cocaine cord gone? Sessions of RES may help with recovery from drug use.

Cocaine Cord Gone, Yeah! In today’s guest post, Joe gives us a beautiful follow-up to the last post about recovery from cocaine.

Now that months have elapsed, which benefits have Joe noticed? Big thanks, Joe. 🙂

Cocaine Cord Gone Means… Less KEN Influence

Consumers Cutting Attachment Cords

Consumers Cutting Attachment Cords

Consumers Cutting Attachment Cords. Here Rose demonstrates preparing a cord of attachment for cutting.

Consumers Cutting Attachment Cords. And this teacher of how to cut cords of attachment is here, glad to answer your questions and also to share a teaching tale.

Blog-Buddies, today’s post follows the handful of questions in our last post. 

Cord-Cutting Incompetence. Geesh!


Cord-Cutting Incompetence. Geesh!

“I’ve cut that cord of attachment so many times. Why would it be different with you?”

Folks, if you don’t get results from somebody’s session… Don’t blame the skill set of cutting cords of attachment. Blame the practitioner who falsely advertised having skill.

Learning Cord Cutting

Learning Cord Cutting

Learning Cord Cutting — Blog-Buddies, let me give you some inside information today.

Learning Cord Cutting. Yes, I can teach you skills for self-healing. Today’s consumer article can help you to progress smoothly, with real-life skills.

What, you want to learn this mega-powerful form of self-healing? You wish to learn how to cut your own cords of attachment?

Feeling my cord of attachment, smart or not?



“I know just where that cord of attachment connects to my body,” GLADYS told me.

“At least, I’m pretty certain. So I’m really looking forward to when you do the cord-cutting.”

Turned out, GLADYS’ cord of attachment to JOE connected to her eyes. That’s where the bandage was put down.

More Ways to Improve the Tenderness Factor


Let’s continue to explore ways that your life could have more of that tenderness. Because if you have been craving more sweetness in how people to treat you, there might be some more important put-ins that could end that horrible kind of pain where life seems unreasonably and unpredictably harsh.

Please start by reading the first part of our discussion about having more tenderness in life. We’re continuing a thread about the very understandable feeling that you are special and deserve more tenderness in how people treat you.

Aura Reading of Liz Taylor’s Husband #2, Daring Michael Wilding

Best Celebrity Aura Readings

Body language in a photograph of Liz Taylor’s and Michael Wilding’s wedding (link below)– doesn’t this say it all about their relationship? Husband #2, Michael Wilding, gazes adoringly as he dances with gorgeous Elizabeth Taylor. While the beloved looks elsewhere.

Many a woman (a woman not at all vulture-like, either) would have been thrilled to pick up the “trash” that Liz threw away.

But no repining on anyone’s behalf, no no! We’ve got detective work to do, Blog-Buddies. What was going on with that handsome British actor, Michael Wilding, Liz Taylor’s Husband #2?

10 ways to help others in the New Year



As of today, you’re entering a new year, plus a new decade. Healing yourself may be part of your personal set of goals. Healing others may develop as a passionate interest, or already be an important part of your life.

Not everyone who explores deeper perception/energetic literacy/aura reading/empath skills chooses to do healing as well. But a lot of us find that to be a logical progression.

Cutting the cord of attachment to a pedophile


Pedophilia is in the news, thanks to Thanks in a way. Amazon won praise for removing its listing of a how-to book by a pedophile. (And no, I’m not going to add to this book’s weird cult following by citing the title.)

Of course, Amazon agreed to sell the book in the first place. It put up that initial listing.

Still, Amazon later did “the right thing” and stopped listing a book that taught sex offenders the “gentle” way to molest children.

Cutting the Cord to a Player


The failed romance wouldn’t die.

Many a client can’t understand why the memory of that frustrating encounter keeps coming back again and again.

Here is an example of a session I did with “Gladys” over her very brief relationship with “Joe.” Are there sometimes similar problems with “Joe”