By Lori Lines
As children, we are told we are athletic, or intelligent, rambunctious, or precocious. We are also taught what beliefs are good and what beliefs are bad, what careers are admirable, and which aren't, who to trust, and who we can't. Ultimately, we are taught what labels to apply to ourselves, our lifestyle choices, principles, and others'. As we mature, we adopt these beliefs as our own. These perceptions are often reinforced in subtle yet constant ways depending on what media we subject ourselves to and the people we surround ourselves with.
In some ways, labels serve us, helping us to process things quickly, navigating life with greater expediency. Yet, in many more ways, labels perpetuate the limiting beliefs that negatively impede our potential, growth, understanding, and most importantly, our ascension.
The concept of conscious creation suggests that our external experience is dictated by our internal experience, particularly our thoughts. Many people walk the world unconsciously, not knowing how they perceive the world is not as it is but as they have been conditioned to see it. For example, if we have been indoctrinated into believing that the world is frightening, we manifest a terroristic human experience. If we have been conditioned to view ourselves as vulnerable and helpless, we will perceive ourselves as victims and attract experiences in which we are victimized. Makes the adage, "what you think, you create" even more poignant, doesn't it?
Don't mistake this wisdom for admonishment. We are not to blame for our unconscious beliefs. From birth, we are conditioned by parents, teachers, peers, and the media. This programming we are subjected to is unconscious because it is such a universal experience. The unconscious nature means these limiting beliefs quickly become "just the way things are," a deeply ingrained part of who we are. Whether they serve us or not, are true or false, they go unnoticed and therefore unchecked.
Supported by automatic cognitive processes, the best way to rid ourselves of deleterious beliefs is to stop the mind's unconscious, ceaseless chatter. Even if this break in idle thoughts is momentary, when we can practice presence, we can observe our thoughts. By attending to our thoughts, we reawaken to the realization that we are not our thoughts, just as we are not our bodies or our emotions. You see, what makes you unique, what invigorates your eternal essence is your soul, and what gives this life significance is your soul's progression.
By acknowledging this otherness from our thoughts, we have already begun the process of changing them. By simply being more mindful, we develop the ability to perceive the beliefs that align with us and our higher purpose and those that do not. When we interrupt the automatic thoughts fed by conditioned beliefs, we experience a glimpse of the world as it is, beyond the veil, outside of the matrix. With time, these brief moments of clarity become more expansive until you view life as it is in totality as opposed to what you've been programmed to believe it is.
How Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique Can Help
Given the precept of conscious creation, each individual must hold themselves accountable, not for having conditioned beliefs but for freeing themselves from them. Because whether we choose to remain imprisoned by our limiting beliefs or not, we are each responsible for the outcome of our individual life paths and the choices we make along the way. Ultimately, taking the road of freedom, enlightenment, and ascension is a choice.
Once you have made that choice, QHHT can facilitate a deep dive into your subconscious, exploring depths that would otherwise be inaccessible. This is done by bypassing the nattering of the "conscious" mind. With the assistance of your higher self, which has an omniscient understanding of who you are and who you are meant to be, a practitioner connects you to your subconscious, enabling you to confront your conditioning and social programming.
A parable tells of a baby elephant tethered to a stake and chain that he is too small to break free of. Over his juvenile years, he tries to break free to no avail. In adulthood, he is strong enough to break free but no longer attempts it as he has been conditioned to believe escape is futile. In this way, a QHHT practitioner can help liberate you from a prison you never knew existed, helping you find a way of BEING that you always hoped did. It is time to break free!
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
If only we treated our spiritual, emotional, and mental bodies as well as our physical bodies. When most people sprain an ankle or pull a muscle, they immediately tend to it. Why do we do that? Because we know if we don’t, the injury can seriously impact our ability to function.
Emotional, mental, and spiritual wounds are much the same. When we don’t tend to these wounds, they can become aggravated – like an old injury, at seemingly random moments in our lives.... A simple disagreement with a co-worker, a perceived rejection from a partner or friend, emotions like sadness or fear elicited by a movie or a social media post.
How do these triggers come to be? During dangerous, painful, ego or life-threatening experiences, the body and mind go into survival mode, shutting down certain physiological and mental states like digestion and memory while heightening others like the circulatory system and sensory awareness. Keep in mind, this doesn’t have to be as extreme as a fatal car wreck. This can be as seemingly commonplace such as a breakup or parental reprimand.
When we neglect to address these traumas and painful experiences, the mind and body remain in a state of readiness, as though we are at perpetual risk of being wounded again. Due to this heightened state of awareness, experiences that are in any way similar – even to a small degree, can trigger the same feelings of fear, hurt, anger, guilt and shame that the initial event caused.
Identifying Triggers & Their Root Causes
The initial step of healing the wounds is to identify the triggers. Of course, each persons’ life experience is different, so everyone’s triggers are not the same. Although, there tend to be two pervasive categories of triggers, internal and external. Internal triggers involve flashbacks, memories, intense emotions, and even physical cues like muscular tension, fatigue, or heightened physicality brought on by exercise, for instance. External triggers involve environmental cues such as the people involved in the actual event or people reminiscent of them and related sights, sounds, scents, or circumstances.
An essential aspect of healing is to define your specific triggers and the associated behaviors. Don’t judge; just observe. Ask yourself, what happens when you feel triggered? What are your reactions? When you can articulate what the problem is, try and discern when these behaviors started. If you have someone you trust, you can ask them when they noticed you started displaying these behaviors. Be ready to dig a bit deeper to uncover the root causes of your triggers. What are the specific circumstances that lead to these unhealthy responses? Who is usually around? What environment do they occur in? What negative beliefs do they elicit? Are there any associated flashbacks?
How QHHT Can Help
Sometimes with mindfulness, time, and determination, we can get a clearer picture of the root causes of our triggers. However, when the wounds are repressed, painful, or beyond our understanding, we can reach an impasse in our healing.
This is when a Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique practitioner can help. Whether your wounds originated this lifetime or a previous life, QHHT allows you to explore all that has ever been imprinted on your subconscious, your essence that endures eternally. All memories and experiences that would be too difficult to recall in your conscious state can be safely explored during a session with the permission of your Higher Self.
QHHT is a profoundly transformative practice, achieving healing at the deepest depths of your root trauma. Facilitated by your Higher Self and a skilled practitioner, you can gain greater awareness regarding past trauma and the physical, mental, and emotional ways it currently manifests in your life. You can also gain invaluable understanding of the wisdom extending from your suffering, whether pre-destined and chosen by your Higher Self or an unfortunate result of free will.
Choosing Healing Instead of Blame
One caveat of Quantum Healing is that we can only receive healing if there is an authentic desire to be healed. To foster this sincere intention, we must first take responsibility for our behavior and our growth. We must consciously accept that while the person or circumstances that wounded us may be unjust, we are solely accountable for achieving our higher purpose and the outcome of our life path. Personal power is the exercise of free will. You can reclaim your power by choosing healing, love, and forgiveness.
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
What an organ the brain is! All its wrinkles and folds, nuances and enigmas, powers and abilities, working in perfect alignment and synergy…until it doesn't! The brain can be separated into different lobes, functions, and systems. The primary distinction is that of the right and left brain. Sometimes referred to as brains, these two hemispheres are meant to work together, making up for what the other lacks. The left brain is responsible for logic, analytical thought, scientific and mathematical reasoning, and processing what we have been taught to believe is factual evidence.
The right brain processes holistic perceptions, creativity, imagination, art, music, and insightful reasoning. When the two hemispheres are balanced, together they give us a grounded perspective in which we can function in our day to day lives yet aspire, envision, and manifest a more fulfilling, high vibrational future.
Unfortunately, some people are out of balance, listening solely to their left brain. This can be referred to as literalism. Defined as "adherence to a meaning in an exact sense, or an exact representation or portrayal without idealization or inference." In simple terms, understanding and judging everything at "evidence or face value,"…but is it really evidential face value?
From an early age, based on our culture, society, and family values, we are all taught what to attend to, who to trust, how to perceive information, what is "fundamentally" true, and what is "fundamentally false." This is called social conditioning. Social conditioning is how we have been taught to function and think, somewhat like a default state for an electronic device.
When we rely solely on the left brain, or literalist perceptions, we limit ourselves, our consciousness, and our opportunities. We give our power away to social, religious, political constructs and people, we've idealized and over identified with, to determine what we see and how we see it. In this way, literalism is taking everything at face value or basing our perceptions on factual evidence. Instead, it conforms to what we have been socialized to believe is accurate, proven, and apparent.
Spoiler Alert: Knowledge, grounded in literalism, always comes to a stop. There's nowhere else to go to expand on ideas to grow! Repressing our natural tendency to question, to think beyond what appears to be physically present, and to grow as the spiritual beings that we are, stifles our true expression.
In my opinion, this has been the crux of a trickle down effect and why our generation suffers from systemic depression and that people, collectively, are suffering the Dark Night of the Soul.
All that we perceive and experience is transient, except for the experiences that change our soul. The soul or spirit is the entity that exists and bridges us from one life to the next. It never dies. We explore the universal consciousness through our soul, commune with the higher consciousness, and reach the higher dimensions. Locked within the soul is a template of our life path, all that came before and will come after. Alignment with this map or template is how we self-actualize, awaken, and achieve enlightenment through connection to the universe and Spiritual consciousness.
When we rely too heavily on the left brain's literalism, we tie ourselves too tightly to the physical realm's perceptions, experiences, and fleeting events. We lose touch with our higher selves, the universal unconscious, and the realm of the soul. Quickly we can become locked into the functioning of the day to day, observing the rules and regulations we have been conditioned to. A divide grows between who we are and who we are meant to be. We are not meant to follow, but to do the soul's work, honoring the template we come to this world with and the higher purpose we are destined to achieve.
As the division between who we are portraying and who we are meant to be, grows, life becomes challenging. We can lose our way, lose our sense of purpose, and life can lose all meaning. When we lose our "why," by habitually conforming to what we think we KNOW, we also lose our how and when.
There has never been a time where it is crucial for individuals to begin their self-actualizing, integrative process by whatever means is necessary than now.
Trusting the left brain too much can lead to not trusting ourselves at all! Our intuition and inner knowing repeatedly takes a backseat to what we have been conditioned to believe is right, even if it goes against what we want or what we feel. Like any other relationship, when we lose our own trust, it is difficult to regain it.
This state of feeling conflicted towards the answers "out there" and having the answers within withheld can render us powerless. This powerlessness can lead to depression, anxiety, and general apathy towards the very life we are living. If you have experienced this or are experiencing it, you understand how difficult a cycle it can be to break. Yet, nothing can change within your spirit or in your outer world until you do the spiritual work it takes to amplify and hear your inner truth again.
By bypassing social conditioning and the left brain's reasoning, the Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique can access the part of yourself that can hear and feel your inner knowing again. QHHT can help you reconnect with answers that you have lost along the way regarding your everyday life and your spiritual calling. QHHT accesses the higher self and the collective unconscious through your spirit, your everlasting nature, and eternal awareness, rendering the confines of social conditioning and literalism powerless. In turn, returning your mental, spiritual and emotional balance and restoring your power!
I have spoken to many of you who are afraid of the QHHT process, those of you who know, on a deeper level, that you've clung to your literalism for far too long and believe you would not be successful at this practice. My answer to this is my Mindfulness Meditation and Awareness Series of coaching sessions that can help prepare you for a QHHT session. Practicing mindfulness to strengthen awareness naturally opens up the mind to balance and trust in your inner knowing rather than just accepting evidential proof, "out there" that may or may not be true.
When you can once again perceive the bigger picture, you will start to realize how "small" your physical existence truly is. Through connection to your higher self and your countless lifetimes, you can once again appreciate how infinite your options and opportunities are. You can begin to realize yourself and your exponential gifts and visualize unlimited new ways of living, and it takes trusting yourself to do so.
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
The late great Dolores Cannon used to ask her ailing clients, "are you willing to give up what is making you sick?" She would ask this question in the wake of a QHHT® hypnosis session. While this question may seem harsh to some, it's simplicity gives rise to our own empowerment as more of us awaken to our responsibility tending to our thoughts, actions and emotions that block us and make our lives...well..."sick."
The majority of the people in the world are living mechanical lives based on social conditionings and false beliefs instilled in us since childhood and beyond.
Our inharmonious thoughts and feelings, our desires and our compulsive behaviors create major blocks which densify our bodies and lower our vibrational frequency so that we become vulnerable to the negativity (or our created negative energy) around us. Consequently, individuals attract situations and people of similar energies based on the cosmic principle of "like attracts like."
Mental blocks are nothing but dark energies stagnated in our consciousness over long periods of time. These blocks can unconsciously be held within parts of our bodies, too. When we cling to our negativity and appropriate our woes and sadness, we unwittingly trap them into our subconscious being, where they gradually crystallize into mental, physical and emotional blocks that affect us adversely at all levels. These blocks obstruct the divine flow of energy into our being and can shift us out of alignment with our Source, so that all our thoughts and emotions are tainted with pessimism.
Our conscious-awareness is a sentry that guards our thoughts and feelings from straying away from the Source Light of Love and Peace. When some outside situation provokes us to anger, fear, hatred and the like, we must be aware of our emotions and our inner dialogue that expresses those emotions. It's important for us to be in control of our emotions before they overwhelm us.
How to take control? Take a pause, watch your negative emotions as a passive spectator. Acknowledge each emotion that comes up, with: I am feeling "anger"...or I am feeling "fear" and so on. Observe your emotions without allowing them to ruffle your feelings. Your quiet vigilance prevents the discordant emotions to take possession of your heart, mind, even your body, and keeps them under control. Do not be tempted to resist and analyze them or reason with them, but simply be with them until they subdue and dissolve into stillness.
With the power of presence we can get rid ourselves of mental/emotional blocks and choose to lead a wholesome life, free from the compulsions of our negative thoughts.
It's helpful to challenge our fears that pose as obstructions to our success and well-being, and dare to break free from our comfort zone for a more enterprising life. Know that fears are illusory by nature, and appear real only as long as we give it our energy to dominate over us. Fears enfeeble the mind and cripple the spirit.
Similarly, it helps to be conscious of our mental activity at any given time. It is typical of the mind to drift off to its shady haunts of dismal memories, bringing with it the dark remnants of pain and sorrow which cloud our present moment of sunshine and happiness and steep us into our own misery. Your conscious-awareness repels untoward thought, allowing only those which are in keeping with our health and well-being.
When you catch yourself drifting down the bleak memory-lane, stop your thoughts right dead in their tracks and immediately replace it with that which uplifts your spirit and evokes joy in your heart. If the thought hangs on, I affirm, "I nullify this thought so that it does not enter into my subjective mind." It is helpful to engage in constructive activities that are instrumental in increasing mental cheerfulness and better concentration.
Life is not meant to be taken so seriously. If we learn to laugh in the face of our trials and tribulations, we can understand that hardships are merely the lessons of life that we need to go through for our own spiritual progress. These are transient - here, one minute and gone the next.
If we refuse to internalize other people's aggressive behavior towards us, we rise to the understanding it is nothing personal - it is just their way of releasing their inner turmoil and pent-up frustrations.
So, go ahead and dare to laugh when ordeals compel you to cry; dare to love and forgive your enemies when they provoke you to anger and hatred; dare to be resilient when the blows of life bear down on you so that you are able to bounce back good and strong once they are through with you; dare to remain anchored in the Light of Peace when fears threaten to close in on you and jeopardize your happiness.
Shadows and sunshine are a part of one's spiritual journey. You have to allow yourself to move on and enjoy the ride. Keep moving onward and upward, and look forward to new changes that bring with them surprises and opportunities.
Cast burdens onto your Higher Power and live free like a child who is filled with hope and wonderment. Find joys in the simple things in life. A happy heart is a healthy heart. Afflictions and maladies can cease to exist in a body that resonates with true peace and joy.
Though easier said than done, practicing presence and vigilance over our hearts and minds requires persistent effort and a sense of responsibility on our parts. It is a pre-requisite in order to gain mastery over self and to live by the power of our souls so that we become a source of attraction for Universal Peace, Abundance, Health, and Prosperity.
In love and truth,
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By Lori Lines
Projection is the subconscious act of transferring your own unwanted traits, emotions, and behaviors on to someone else. Projective identification, sometimes referred to as projection as well, is the subconscious act of taking feelings from one interpersonal, connection, situation, or relationship and place it on to an unrelated one. Finally, externalization is when we blame others for our circumstances and problems, falsely assuming a victim mentality.
It can all seem a little confusing to someone who isn't familiar with these terms, so here are a few examples. An example of projection is feeling bad about not giving your all at work. Subconsciously you feel guilty that you've been disinterested and unfocused at work. Instead of assuming responsibility for not giving your all, you lash out at a blameless co-worker for being lazy and inconsiderate for not doing their fair share. You took your negative feelings and placed them on your co-worker.
An example of projective identification is having left a relationship where you were undervalued and felt unheard, and you go to a skilled therapist and counselor. You get frustrated with the therapist because they never hear you and often treat you with a lack of respect, unconsciously painting them with the same brush as your ex.
An example of externalization would be poor money management and thoughtless spending having you in a financial crunch. Instead of assuming responsibility for your carelessness, you blame your innocent partner for always suggesting expensive activities.
Now that you know what these terms are, you may ask why we do them. They are coping mechanisms to help us deal with uncomfortable and unwelcome emotional and mental experiences. The above are examples of maladaptive coping. There are different reasons why we engage in these particular maladaptive coping techniques. They can be a means to avoid shame and damage to the ego-self. Some people are trying to prevent fearful or unpredictable outcomes. For others, it is merely a consequence of trying to block these unwanted thoughts, feelings, or behaviors out of their mind. By deciding not to think about them, our quirky brains focus on them even more. We have all engaged in this type of coping at some point in our lives, they are unconscious mechanisms after all, but a chronic or contentious tendency towards projection and blame can be very damaging to others, our relationships, and our spiritual path.
As I'm sure you can imagine, when someone is projected upon or blamed when they are not guilty of the perceived offense, it can damage their self-esteem and self-worth, if they choose to take it on. Over time, when someone is met with a constant barrage of projection, it can build a toxic shame within them. This toxicity can spill over into all areas of life. This is why it is essential to consider and shape our interactions, our reactions with empathy and compassion.
The truth is, the avoidance of negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors thwart our own healing and spiritual growth. We cannot walk in the light if we don't first acknowledge and accept the dark or shadow components of our past and who we are. If we project that which is undesirable in us onto others, we never get the chance to open it to the light and to correct ourselves. By projecting and blaming, we damage our sense of empowerment, our strength, and our self-worth. We assume the role of victim and, by doing so, we cease striving to surmount our challenges and our traumas so that we can move forward in our lives in a healthy way.
Finally, the path to enlightenment is one of love, love of the self and love of others. When we project and blame, it is a victimization and a rejection of who we really are, there is no room for self-love in this chronic pattern of denying our truth. Also, as mentioned, by casting unwarranted guilt on others, we can do damage to their spirit, which wrongfully impacts their path and their ability to fulfill their purpose, love cannot be sustained in this circumstance, either.
Psychological projection, projective identity, and blame all stem from judgments. Judgements of ourselves that are manifested as judgments projected onto others. The first step in breaking the toxic pattern of maladaptive projective coping is to release judgment. The ego-self is sustained by judgments, when you can observe your thoughts, your feelings, and your behaviors with awareness, and without judgment, you are on the path to negative ego-death and enlightenment.
It is exciting to see a trend in my QHHT practice that many of my clients are beginning to recognize, and to take responsibility for, their own role when they are projecting their own wounds into situations and relationships. As the article states, we all do this from time-to-time, but when it becomes a habit of deflecting the underlying issues, projection can take a very dysfunctional turn.
This trend is showing me that the collective is allowing these underlying wounds to float up to the surface so that we can finally have the opportunity to deal with these shadow parts of ourselves in order to finally make the changes needed and put them to rest.
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
The Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique can be implemented to help heal the spirit, mind, and body. The practice of QHHT® merges hypnosis, past life regression, and the higher self to connect the participant to higher consciousness. Access to higher consciousness is achieved at the deepest level of hypnosis possible. Once the participant is in a hypnotic trance, the practitioner guides them to the root source of dis-ease, illness, and healing wisdom. The healing messages are sent from the higher self but can reference past, present, or even parallel lives.
Many people have reported a powerful quantum shift in just one session, leading to greater happiness, health, and holistic wellbeing. Sounds miraculous, and in many ways, it is, however, the question seems to arise time and again, “is QHHT safe?”
This level of consciousness is achieved at least twice a day, upon waking and before falling asleep. Though, for some, this level of trance is achieved several times a day, when someone is engrossed in a book, movie, video game, or even during computer tasks at work. It is a phase that feels like derealization, you can hear everything that is going on around you, but it has a vague surreal quality, like a vivid daydream. You are aware and in control in this state. Yet, the typical distraction and limitations of the fully conscious mind are removed, enabling the subconscious to be accessed and healed.
So QHHT can be as safe as daydreaming, falling asleep, or getting lost in a good movie.
As with all your daily activities, the higher self will watch over as you and your trusted practitioner to explore your higher consciousness. Your subconscious will never present something that you are ill-prepared for, unable to cope with, or will not benefit you. It is safe to say that when practiced as intended, the biggest risk QHHT therapy poses is a nap, which isn’t that bad at all!
The Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique was meant to be practiced one on one, practitioner and client. Dolores Cannon, the founder of QHHT®, believed that the profound transformative nature of the practice is compromised when experienced from behind a screen.
Technology is not infallible. Whether it is a weak internet connection or an untimely update, there are variables that a practitioner cannot control while their client is in this vulnerable hypnotic state. You are conscious, yet some people may encounter, drowsiness, dizziness, headache or disorientation when under hypnosis or upon being roused. Being roused from your trance is a vital issue; if any problems arise, you will be glad to have a skilled QHHT® practitioner who is present, not behind a screen.
Level 3 practitioners are the highest-ranking of expertise, having undergone intensive one on one instruction, and multiple reviews and assessments. An actual, level 3 Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique practitioner is guaranteed to administer the technique in its purest form, as the founder, Dolores Cannon, intended it to be. This technique has been tried and tested, with miraculous results for over 20 years. An authentic level 3 practitioner does not deviate at all from the established method, keeping the safety and benefit of the client a priority.
Be forewarned. There are former QHHT practitioners that use the title of certified practitioner misleadingly. These practitioners practice hypnosis and past life regression, using QHHT techniques, but also include other modalities and may allow remote sessions. As such, these modalities have no assurance of safety or efficacy and are not endorsed by QHHT® Official. As with any healing modality, safety can only be ensured when working with trained, experienced practitioners who follow established protocols and utilize proven techniques.
So, is the Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique safe? With an authentic level 3 practitioner, it is as safe as taking an afternoon nap, though much more beneficial! If you choose a practitioner level 1 or level 2, just be sure to ask them if they practice solely in the way Dolores Cannon intended, if you are interested in an authentic QHHT session.
Beyond safety, when you find the right practitioner that you feel a good connection with, you will have a profound and meaningful healing experience, empowered by your mutual intention and energy towards your healing, and highest benefit. Performed in a safe and intimate space, watched over and imbued with the presence of the loving energy of your higher self and guided by a wise and compassionate practitioner, you cannot go wrong.
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
This question comes up with clients all the time, especially after a session when the experience was so helpful or when the Higher-self explains that the person is not ready to address everything on their agenda but a few items.
When approaching QHHT for the first time, one may be hesitant about what they may expect from the session. Some arrive curious and reticent about possible issues which can derive from this modality. Also, some need time to adjust to the energy of a QHHT session through the interview as well as to experience something that's, more than likely, foreign to them.
People who approach QHHT often have problems which can concern both health and personal life, or they would simply like to know more about their past or where they fit into the cosmic scheme of the Universe.
Whatever reason one brings to the interest in this technique, a QHHT session can bring more benefits than one can imagine. However, questions can arise as well as doubts. The Higher-self (or Subconscious) is unpredictable and we never know how many new scenarios will be brought to light; always for further transcendence and healing, for the highest good of the client.
What is very interesting, is that all information from the Higher-self doesn't necessarily come at once but gradually through each session. I suspect this is because the Higher-self, since it knows the truth as well as everything about us, knows how much information to bring forth based on the readiness of an individual's ability to receive the profundity of the information. Many times a client will experience the HS telling them they are not yet ready for certain information and letting go of an old wound or problem needs to occur first.
Past personalities, unexplained fears and phobias, unconscious blessings and more...all these aspects are deeply investigated during the course of a QHHT session, yet sometimes need time to emerge as the client evolves in their own time.
Many often want to try a QHHT session just for curiosity, hoping to solve anxiety, phobias or lack of self-worth with only one session. However, some change their minds, especially once these issues are resolved, and ask for follow-up sessions as their journey in their lives continue and new questions and concerns emerge as they move forward in their lives.
Sometimes, the HS will recommend a follow-up session for a later time, especially when there's a big issue of focus in the first session that needs to be addressed and other issues fade into the background for a later date.
As a QHHT Practitioner, I always intend the HS to lead. Therefore, the HS makes the decision whether another follow-up session is appropriate for the client. The choice is always in the client's hands.
In love and truth,
Author Lori Lines
Disclaimer: Lori is a high-level channel. The information contained on this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis or treatment by a licensed physician. You should seek prompt medical care for any health issues and consult your doctor before using alternative medicine or making a change to your regimen.