An Introduction to Cord Cutting Ceremonies: Letting Go of What No Longer Serves You (Online)

About this experience

In "An Introduction to Cord Cutting Ceremonies: Letting Go of What No Longer Serves You," you will discover the transformative power of letting go of old energetic ties. This workshop will provide an in-depth introduction to cord cutting ceremonies and help you explore the reasons why they are important.

In this workshop, you will learn about the concept of energetic cords and how they connect us to people, places, and experiences. You will gain a deep understanding of how these cords can hold us back and prevent us from moving forward in our lives. You will also learn how cord cutting ceremonies can help release these old energetic ties and open up space for new opportunities and growth.

Through guided exercises and group discussion, you will explore the reasons why you may need to let go of old energetic ties, and the ways in which cord cutting ceremonies can benefit you. You will also learn how to create your own cord cutting ceremony, including selecting tools and creating a safe and sacred space for the ceremony.

By the end of this workshop, you will have a greater understanding of the transformative power of cord cutting ceremonies and be equipped with the tools and knowledge to begin letting go of what no longer serves you. Join us for "An Introduction to Cord Cutting Ceremonies: Letting Go of Who No Longer Serves You" and start your journey towards greater spiritual and emotional freedom.

Your Host

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Hello! I'm Mo :) I am the creator of Moonbeam Healing.
I'm on a lifelong journey of spiritual healing and growth. A forever learner, I'm also a shamanic apprentice learning under my dear friend John Wilson. I created Moonbeam as a space that fosters and nurtures spiritual connectedness and metaphysical abilities.
As a child, I suffered severe trauma and over the years have healed those traumas and thrived as an adult, manifesting my ideal life. I want to share my story and journey in hopes that I can help even one person do the same.