Many clients have beautiful symbolic visions on the table during their Reconnection that seem to represent the process itself. Here was the first such experience I heard:
I saw a motor boat with its propellers caught in the weeds all tangled. So the boat stopped trying to fight the weeds, and instead reversed the engine and the propellers. Most of the weeds came loose, but when the boat tried going forward again it was still a little tangled. So it went into reverse a second time, then all the weeds came off, and the boat moved forward completely free.
The metaphor makes a lot of sense. The Reconnection is partly done after the end of the first day, with the finishing touch applied in the second appointment. As one practitioner said: "We baste the first day and weld the second day." After which, according to this vision, we can move forward much more freely.