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How do you diconnect from your patients or your loved ones?

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« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2009, 06:13:49 am »

Hi everyone,
This is my first post here, but I figured i would just jump in...

As for quick fixes..
I believe we are all connected anyway, so picking up unwanted emotions from our patients or loved ones is inevitable..
I guess realizing what you are feeling is picked up or mirrored from someone els and the soft intention to let go should be enough.. If the feeling persists it may well be an issue you have a chance to look at and learn from.. Although impractical at times those mirrored feeling may just be the signs we are waiting for...

Personaly i am weary of cutting chords.. I realize i've cut the chord and can adjust my day to compensate for the hints of loss and rebalancing my energy field. My patient however will suddenly have a rebalancing to deal with.. I believe intending to slowly stop any energy transfer through the chord and letting it shrivvel up, dry out and fall off over a few days gives the people on the other end of the chord a chance to slowly get used to the missing chords..

As for Archangels... For now i am afraid to call on them due to previous experiences and a believe system i am slowly letting go..WHich I may expand on later..

With Love,
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