We humans have a deep desire to be understood. When someone “gets us”—really understands where we’re coming from—it feels amazing.
Without meaningful connection, life can feel empty and isolating.
Spoken communication is one way we create connection in relationships. It acts as a bridge, helping us understand one another and solve problems.
But what if our best efforts to communicate don’t make a difference?
Sometimes we speak our truth with kindness, but aren’t heard or understood. Talking can make things worse because it just opens up the wound—or it isn’t even an option anymore because the relationship has ended.
Sometimes healing problems in our relationships requires a touch of magic.
When someone is controlling, they’re trying to change us. Usually they want something—something we cannot give. In these situations, it can be more difficult to budge stuck patterns.
We always have our part to play in stressful relationships—it takes two. We may have given our power away or gone along with something that didn’t feel good. Sometimes a tough situation shows up because we needed the lessons to wake us up—to snap us back to what’s really important, or to help us stick up for ourselves.
Cutting cords helps loosen the grip of these situations.
Cord-cutting honours the positive part of the connection, while drawing a much-needed line in the sand.
The video starts with how I’ve used cord-cutting in my own life. After the discussion, sit back or lie down and relax, and I’ll guide you through. For old situations or stubborn patterns that feel impossible, cord-cutting can be practiced 3-5 days in a row. If you only have time to do it once, trust once is enough!
Did this work for you? If so, I’d love to hear in the comments below.
Carry on, Magician,
Cutting energetic cords was introduced to me by Elizabeth Harper and is based on the work of Phyllis Krystal. I’ve added the violet flame to the practice.