The energetic connections we make with others link us chakra-to-chakra. Our relationships with others are heavily dependent upon these non-physical connections. This is the second article on this web site that focuses on one important application of chakra cord work to our healing process: removal of the invasive cord. It is important because invasive cord removal can speed up our healing process dramatically, just as extracting the hook from a hornet sting enhances the healing process.
It’s very common when healers implement invasive cord removal that, as the client start to change (or shift, or clear their energy system) the originator of the invasive cord attempt to make contact with the client. Prior to invasive cord work the client should be prepared to face their relationship with honesty and courage, as invasive cord work confronts personal issues at a visceral level. As noted in part one of this article, invasive cords symptoms may include some form of energy loss (fatigue, or emotional depression), obsessional thoughts (of the other person, or fears of a life without them), or an actual sensation of pain in the associated chakra.
As we explore the different levels of these invasive cords I want to stress that just because an individual sends out such a cord it does not make them a bad, or evil, person. Invasive cords are a common but often inappropriate use of the relational energy field system. The person sending the cord is attempting to use manipulation or seduction to get what they want: by extending chakra cords rather than entering into a dialogue or a mutual negotiation with another person.
Invasive cords are usually found entering the second chakra (Swadhisthana), the fourth chakra (Anahata), or the Sixth chakra (Agnya). This are the “intake” chakras: their function is to allow deep contact with the outer world, for various levels of intimacy and sharing. However, the very nature of intake chakras leaves them vulnerable for exploitation and “hijacking” efforts by the unconscious motivations – and energy systems – of others. Invasive cords will also be found in the other chakras, but rather than feeding off our needs and desires these other cords misdirect an authentic perception rather than supporting a recognizable truth. For instance, a third chakra invasive cord may turbo-charge our childhood conditioning that our own needs in a relationship are secondary to the other persons needs. Co-dependent behavior can be enhanced by such a third chakra invasive cord, in effect misappropriating the victim’s life force for themselves.
These distinctions – invasive cord draining of energy in input chakras (chakra 2,4,6) and misappropriation of relational needs in the other chakras (chakra 1,3, 5) helps the Relational Energy healer to orientate the energy work so as to plug any symbolic Achilles heel of the client’s chakra system. After the invasive cord removal the chakra that has been affected can be supported to repair and grow into fullness. These two events – invasive cord removal followed by chakra-specific healing- often lead to rapid change in the clients life. By regaining the life force formally drained from them (or, in many cases, given away freely) clients often experience a surge of personal growth advancing their personal evolution. When you are no longer invaded by the relational cords draining or influencing you, then you can anchor back into your own life. You get your life back. You begin to change.
Part one of this article can be found here: The Invasive Chakra Cord.
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