I facilitate past life regression sessions using Dolores Cannon’s QHHT (Quantum Healing Hypnosis Therapy) method.
I have been practicing the QHHT / past life regression method since 2011, when I was taught QHHT by Dolores Cannon in Melbourne, Australia. I was a student of her first level course and also her advanced course focused on additional induction techniques. I’ve learnt Life Between Lives, a method taught by past life regressionist Michael Newton, but I stick with QHHT as my preferred past life regression technique.
For more information on how QHHT works, see the official description here over on Dolores Cannon’s website, and to learn about past life regression in general, see this article of mine. Note that my sessions can take around four to five hours in length, but sometimes longer depending on the situation.
One of the unique aspects of Quantum Healing Hypnosis Therapy is that it’s important to have a long talk beforehand to learn about a person’s life, which also assists with working out what is important to bring up within the session, including any questions.
I have a number of sessions transcribed, including some of my very early sessions when starting out, over on transients.info, a metaphysical and holistic health focused community I founded in 2011, and continue to be editor of. There the reader will also find other transcribed sessions from various QHHT practitioners around the world.
I highly recommend my nine part Cosmic Journey of Lai series, which I plan to expand on with additional sessions in the future so that I can publish a book. In part seven we made contact with Dolores Cannon, after she had passed, which was an excellent session that added some additional information to what happens after we die, based on what Dolores personally went through.
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