Cord-Cutting Working. This working takes Cut & Clear work a step further, and is similar to our Cut the Ties working, but a bit more involved.
I've seen popularity of "Chord Cutting" services recently on the internet. Unless we are talking about music and cutting a record, I think the more appropriate term would be Cord Cutting. Although, I can see the irony in the word play, because some people can definitely strike a chord with you. Meaning they stir you up emotionally, push your buttons, hit a nerve.
This working is intended to cut your emotional, mental, and spiritual ties with whatever it is that strikes a chord with you, whatever the thing is you can no longer tolerate. You've reached the end of your rope. Now it's time to cut that rope or "CORD". This does not necessarily mean that you have to cut that person out of your life. In some cases, yes, quite possibly. But this is intended to eliminate whatever influence that person or thing has over you. How it can always seem to find its way to you and getting that response from you. Taking up all your time and head space, making you emotional, pushing you to the limits of your sanity. It makes you miserable, whatever this situation is. And yet it keeps happening over and over. Cut the cord that is reaching from that person or thing attaching itself to your psyche, your heart, emotions, and your mental well-being.
A few common examples would be, unhealthy ties to the past, or constantly thinking of or reaching out to an ex. Trying to get that toxic relationship back because a toxic relationship is better than none at all, right? Wrong.
Or perhaps there is something else that is causing an energy drain in your life. That lifeline you threw someone? They're using it as a feeding tube. Now you're drained, while they sit on their ass all day and do nothing but take from you, even against your will. And they don't even realize you are tired all the time, nor do they care that they are the ones who did it to you.
Or perhaps you are enabling someone. Yes, we have all done it and I have too. Without intending to, without meaning too, your well-meaning help and good intentions are enabling someone to stay in the mess they are in and wallow in self-pity, and track that mess in all over your house and your life. You've gone the extra mile for them, done more than your fair share, and if you don't, then you are labeled the "bad guy". SNIP! Cut that cord!
You feel as though you have lost control over your emotions, your mental state, and in severe cases your home and your life. You're just a player in someone else's play. A puppet on a string. How did it get this far? How did all of this happen when I have been fighting tooth and nail every step of the way?
Because if they wanted to change, they would. Simple as that. They don't and they won't. Cut the cord and turn the page. Their mess is their mess. Not yours. It is not your job to fix their mess or fix them.
Take away the ability for these things or this person (or people) to affect you. They can still try, but it won't reach you because the connection in that regard is severed.
What about ties to situations? Have you become a victim of your circumstances? Sometimes we do this without realizing it. We have been in trauma so long that the trauma has become part of who we are, our identity. You are not your trauma. You are not your pain. You are not any of these things you have been dealing with. You have an identity beyond all of that. You feel lost when your trauma or crisis is resolved? Maybe you don't want your crisis to be resolved. Maybe you have Stockholm syndrome. You've become too attached to your crisis. Cut the cord.
Another option applies to spiritual work ("spellwork" or Rootwork). You are attached to the hoped-for outcome. You are attached to the need for everything to play out exactly as you want it to. It doesn't always happen. But you are stuck because you can't let go of the intense inner need for this to happen the way you want. You are sabotaging your rootwork and yourself. Spirit plays things out exactly as they should. They may take a different route than you expect. But you can't stop micromanaging. Everything in your life hinges on a series of events playing out in a very specific manner. Hindsight is 20/20, and you may realize some day that things happened for a reason, and that reason being that it was best for you the way it played out. But you can't see that now. We sometimes can't see past our nose. We want what we want when we want it and we want what we want right now. And we don't want things to be re-routed. This is often why I caution clients about becoming obsessed with the work I do for them, or about any situation they have been focusing on for way too long. Before long, it's all you can think about, it's all you can see when you close your eyes. It's become an obsession. It all starts with worry. Over-romanticizing a situation, putting more importance on circumstances than they deserve. Your life and your happiness should not all hinge on one particular thing or person, or things going a certain way. You are self-sabotaging and imprisoning yourself. As well as limiting Spirit's ability to bless your life.
Here's a more personal example. You have transformed, you have leveled-up, you have made some beautiful changes within yourself and you deserve every fucking bit of the credit for it. No one else. You have fought your demons, you have earned your crown of success. And you want the same wonderful things for other people you are close to. You want them to be healthy, blessed, capable, successful. Plus their habits are hurting you because they are consorting with the dragons you slayed from your own life. But they seem perfectly content with it, even though they know it is hurting you deeply on the inside. Cut the fucking cord! You still have to live with this person or people? I understand. Sometimes needs must. But let them do what they are going to do because they are going to do it anyway. And stop being suspended in limbo because all your energy is going towards these issues that are not even your own. You are stuck, can't even enjoy the fruits of your own labor, because the person you care for most is stuck. They are not taking ownership or responsibility for their own issues or their own life. But they don't want to get un-stuck. And it hurts you. Because you're a fixer. You're the one that is supposed to make everything in their life right. But not your way, they want it on their terms. They expect you to make their life easier by doing exactly what they want you to do, even if they know you're right. They will never admit you are right. They will try to make you think you're the crazy one, while they're sitting there surrounded by 8 swords they placed there in ropes and blindfold they applied themselves. (Tarot reference.) Once you have tried everything, and believe me, you will have to try everything before you come to the end of your rope, CUT THE CORD!
Now, something people don't always let you know: You may experience a feeling of loss when you cut the cord. You may grieve, you may feel a little lost. You will also need to heal from that. Like with any grief, you're going to mourn the loss of something familiar. Even if that something familiar was not altogether good. So, this is just a heads up. Self-love comes with pain. Blessings sometimes come through sorrow and difficulty.
I'm reminded of the phrase "Let go and let God." Well, while I have a lot to say on that subject, I will say this, sometimes you do have to let go. Let that worry go, let that problem that is not yours go, let that burden that is not yours to bear go. Let that guilt go, let that blame you are placing on yourself go. Those burdens are not meant for you. Someone else's heavy baggage is not yours to carry. Someone else's battle is not yours to fight. Someone else's healing is not your responsibility. And if you decide to take that on yourself, you will spend all your days in misery.
And once you decide to let it go, you will be surprised how much will fall into place. But I mean really let it go. Not just loosen your hold but continue to hover and lurk like you're being an overprotective mother hen.
Having said all of that, as with any spiritual service, it's not all up to me. It is up to you. You have to put in the effort only you can. And by this I mean, the effort of cutting the cord. Don't keep reattaching it or tying the frayed ends together, either. The "ties that bind" are not always a good thing.
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