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Saturday, September 29, 2007

Cutting cords of attachment

I've just been reading about a book on cutting cords of attachment. It is written by Rose Rosetree who has also written good books on empathy and aura reading. The book is more about spiritual attachments than physical but is relevant to me at the momment knowing that sometime in the next two weeks I'll be severing the bond that attaches me so closely to this baby I am carrying, the spiritual bond will be stronger than ever but the physical one has to go. I also need to break my link with the Internet at times. I have so many things I want to write about but as the computor is attached by cable to the net at all times I tend to surf rather than write. I need to detach the cable and move away for a while and get typing. Addictions are attachments I wonder if the techniques in the book work. At the momment I feel that giving up an addiction is a matter of choice. Its making the choice that is difficult. Sometimes we think we want to give something up but deep down we don't, perhaps that deep down thing is the cord of attachment. I'll have to order the book to find out! 

1 comment:

Raw Vegan Family said...

I am always amazed at the things I find I am attached/addicted to! lol!

You are almost there, how exciting! I am sure the transistion will come easily and naturally. It is such a strange thing, giving birth to a new person, I think, so natural, so embedded in our psyche, our dna, yet such an extraordinary and miraculous thing each time it happens. It takes my breath away just recalling my own experiences. As the time gets nearer, the whole of it can be mind boggling, yet when it happens, it is the beauty of the simplicity that is overwhelming.

I think there is no such joy, though it may be tinged with a feeling of loss of connection, as the moment a child is born and becomes their very own person, completely detached from us. The continuance of life, the promise of tomorrow, creates an ecstasy found nowwhere else.

Please keep us informed, our prayers are with you and your family.

Much Love!
Connie :)