Here’s a letter we received recently from Rachel Blackwell who has been using the Nun Karma Repatterning and asks:
Dear Gail and the ‘Nun Karma’ team,
I am a Resonance Repatterning Practitioner and I wanted to thank you for creating this repatterning. These archetypes are so powerfully held within many of us drawn to healing and I have used this repatterning several times recently.
I have some feedback that has arisen out of a repatterning I did with a client recently, who I have worked with for a number of years.
Just before the end of the repatterning, which flowed really well, she shared that she felt uncomfortable about the whole idea of new vows, that vows are a sacred process that historically you would have spent time preparing for and that she wanted to know what she had signed up for. Of course I explained that really they were new positive beliefs and goals in alignment with her energy now and that they were empowering and not limiting. However, because the meaning of ‘vows’ has such a strong resonance to people (which is why the repatterning is so good) the terminology in that piece and echo of ritual was not helpful, and tends to reinforce an outmoded idea. We resolved the situation by doing a positive statement around releasing what no longer served her and that she was not bound by any of the statements.
I do appreciate and understand the intention behind the sections on new vows but feel that the language used doesn’t support full empowerment.
I hope that this feedback is useful and look forward to hearing from you.
With warm wishes and blessings, Rachel Blackwell
Does anyone have any thoughts on this question?