A SENSE OF CLOSURE
Sometimes the emotions we are feeling belong to the person we are in connection with and an energetic chord must be severed.
In every relationship people are constantly exchanging energy that can become a chord connecting two people. This energetic chord forms just below the breastbone and can remain long after a relationship has ended.
This unbroken chord may leave an open channel between you and another person, through which emotions and energy can continue to flow. If you are unaware that the chord exists, it is easy to feel another person’s emotions and mistakenly think that they are yours. Besides the fact that this can limit the amount of closure you can experience in a relationship, letting this chord remain intact can leave you with a sense of sadness while creating feelings of lethargy as your own energy is sapped from you. Cutting the chord can help you separate yourself from old baggage, unnecessary attachments, and release you from connections that are no longer serving you.
Finding and cutting unwanted chords is a simple gentle process that is best done alone and when you are relaxed. It is important that you are strong in your intention to release the chord (that you desire too) between you and someone else. To begin, breathe deeply and perform a simple centring meditation. When you are ready, visualise or sense the chords that are connecting you to other people. Run your fingers through the chords to separate them until you find the chord that you wish to sever. There is no need to worry, because the chord you need to sever will feel just right. When you have found it, determine where the cut should be made and then visualize the chord being cleanly cut. If you need assistance, Archangel Michael can be called upon to help you with his sword. Afterwards, if you feel that cutting the chord has left spaces in your energy field, then visualize those spaces being filled with healing sunlight.
There may be times where cutting a chord can help free a relative or loved one to reach new stages of growth. You are not severing the relationship, but you are severing the chords that are no longer serving you both. At other times, a chord may simply refuse to be cut because it is still serving a higher purpose. It is also important to remember that cutting a chord with someone is not a replacement for doing your emotional work with people. It can, however, be an enactment of that work upon its completion. In any case, cutting a relationship chord should always be viewed as a positive nurturing act. By cutting the chords that no longer need to be there, you are setting yourself and others free from the ties that bind.