How Many Cords of Attachment Should I Have Cut?
Some clients have one cord cut, others have a few, others have several or more cut.
It all depends on how far you want to go with the healing and how much you get out of it. The people who get several cords cut feel a shift afterwards and get good results and so they want to keep on going.
It all depends on how much you like this method of healing and how motivated you are to create healing and change in your life.
Here are times when you might want to consider having another cord cutting session:
When you have something you want to change or heal about your life
You can bring virtually any intention to a cord cutting session, including ‘I want to be more empowered’ or ‘I want to be more effective in life’ or ‘I want to have a better relationship with my father’ or whatever. It can be about your relationships, ability to earn money, self-expression, self-care, empowerment, etc. The intentions have to be in the realm of thought, feeling or behaviour. The only intentions you can’t bring are intentions relating to your physicality like ‘I want to heal X disease’.
More reasons why people get a cord cutting session…
When memories and relationships from the past are bothering you
If you are haunted by memories which make you feel ashamed, bad, regretful, sad etc., cutting the cords of attachment to the people involved can help to close the door on those past events.
Think of the most troubled and difficult relationships you’ve had in your life – you can guarantee that you will have a pretty nasty cord of attachment to those people. I’m thinking of relationships where there has been bullying, manipulating, attacking, acrimony and particularly nasty conflict.
When you are having relationship problems
People get a lot out of cutting the cord of attachment to their present partner or spouse.
If you have a difficult relationship with a parent or anyone else in your family, cord cutting can also help. I’m not saying it will change the other person, but it can help to change how you feel when you interact with the person with whom you’re having difficulties.