Resolving The Effects of a Relationship Breakdown

Several years ago I spoke at The Dowsers Club of Victoria and after the meeting I was contacted by one of the members, explaining she was having problems selling her farm on the Mornington Peninsula.

She sent through a floor plan which had two ley lines (thoughts) aimed at either side of the master bedroom bed. I then checked how long since they were put in place.

The one to the right hand side was created 8 yrs ago. And the one to the left hand side was 18 months old. When I asked the owner who slept on the right hand side 8 yrs ago it was her.

She told me how devastated she had been when her husband and father of her three children left for America, divorced her by email and married another woman he had met over the internet. That explained the first ley line.

What happened eighteen months ago?

Well the ex-husband had begun emailing and calling around that time, wanting to come back home and to rekindle their relationship. She had a new husband, and had moved to the other side of the bed. So that explained the source of the second ley line.

Conclusion: the ex-husband and the strong feelings he was generating about the house were the problem stopping the sale of the farm. Prospective buyers could feel the unresolved tensions and on an intuitive, emotional level did not want to

Her first reaction was to ring him in America and give him a piece of her mind! I advised her not to, but rather to send him a message subconsciously by using a ley line of her own.

I was taught an impeccable thought by Patrick Desplace many years ago. I told her to use this as a basis of a message directed to him and think of him with this mantra:

“Jeff, I honour the light and life in you, and I am grateful for the life we had together, for our three children and our farm, but it’s time to let the kids and I go free.”

She was to do this several times over the next few days. Projecting this thought would neutralise the negative feelings blocking the sale of the property.

She then asked if I could suggest anything to help with the sale as several weeks ago someone had actually shown interest but their offer was too low.

This time I suggested.

“Whoever you are out there, I have cleared up the issue clouding my property with my ex husband. It is now ready for you to purchase and move into, but I do need $50,000 more.

The next day she got the call from her agent,

“You’ll never guess who just called me! It’s those people from a few weeks ago, enquiring if the farm was still on the market. They wondered if they offered more money would that seal the deal?”

Their new offer was for an extra $50,000, exactly the price she had in mind. She said she had goosebumps talking about it on the phone with the agent.

Soon after the contract was signed and she moved with her family to Queensland.

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