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
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