By Lori Lines
If a loved one falls sick, what would give you the most comfort? Taking your loved one to a resident physician who has one year into their residency and has just begun to see patients or a physician who has completed residency and has been treating patients for years? Considering the potent healing power that Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique has to offer, choosing your practitioner should be no different than choosing an experienced doctor. Ideally, people want a doctor who has a lot of life experience with people of all walks of life as well as one who has practiced under a close supervisor under varying circumstances. As Julius Caesar said, "experience is the teacher of all things."
Common practice dictates level 1 practitioners to complete 10-25 practice sessions. The sessions are often free-will sessions or free sessions and mainly serve to gain experience for the practitioner. While level 1 practitioners have learned basic QHHT skills, they have limited experience. Typically, a level 1 practitioner has little to no experience with advanced or challenging clients or situations. In collegial terms, level 1 practitioners have completed 100 level classes, or QHHT 101.
Level 2 practitioners typically must complete a minimum of 25 sessions. The sessions are more professional in scope than level one. Level 2 practitioners receive instruction and guidance regarding the more challenging or advanced clients and situations. Through their clients and in-depth advanced classes, level 2 practitioners often explore a wider range of case studies. In collegial terms, they have competed 200 to 300 level classes, or QHHT 201 - 301. At this level, the practitioner can imbue their practice with different healing modalities and techniques they believe their client can benefit from, based on the practitioner's preference or previous experience.
Level 3 practitioners have practiced QHHT for at minimum, a year, and have typically completed at least 125 sessions. They further their education from a position of experience. To achieve level 3 status, practitioners must undergo at least 3 long days of intensive personal instruction. Upon completion of these advanced courses, the practitioner's techniques are scrutinized, reviewed and assessed. In collegial terms, this final phase of training is much like a Ph.D. thesis. I liken it to completing a medical residency as the practitioner brings real cases studies, with the client's permission, to the table for deep assessment. A level 3 practitioner performs the QHHT session in its purest form, as the founder Dolores Cannon so thoughtfully and earnestly molded it to be. When you have a session with a level 3 practitioner, you have the assurance of a "tried and true" method with a specialist who is utilizing "tried and true" techniques.
Some, in the energetic healing world have deemed the Level 3 QHHT practice as limiting for the client. After years of studying both sides of the coin, I disagree. For how can the higher self ever be limiting? It is the higher self that leads a level 3 QHHT session and does the healing, not the practitioner. In every case. Every time.
Therefore, practicing QHHT, the way Dolores Cannon did, is a very empowering experience for the client and when practicing it correctly, alleviates the ego of the practitioner during a session, in my opinion.
While there are no guarantees, some practitioners have said they achieved miraculous healing through QHHT. Among the claims, 20/20 vision has been restored, cartilage in damaged joints have been regenerated, organ function has been restored, chronic, and in some cases, terminal illness has been healed. Also, a myriad of emotional, mental, and spiritual dis-ease is claimed to have been alleviated. With your absolute well-being concerned, it only makes sense to have a session with the highest-level practitioner available. In the spirit of Albert Einstein famous quote, "the truest source of knowledge is experience."
In love and truth,
Author Lori Lines
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