How to Prepare for Your QHHT Session
The best way to begin preparing for your QHHT session is to have clear and direct communication with the part of you that can provide healing and information. That part of you is referred to as your Higher Self. You can do this by saying to yourself, “I have clear and direct communication with my Higher Self.” Note the tense of this sentence is not “I will have,” it’s “I have.”
You can repeat this intention silently or out loud throughout your day and, most importantly, right before you go to sleep at night. Put a note on your bathroom mirror to remind you to focus upon your intention as you brush your teeth and prepare for bed. You will want to prepare a list of questions and concerns. I ask you to have your questions legibly written on paper or typed and printed to provide them at your appointment. Of course, they can be modified when it is time for your session.
On the day of your session, you will come to your appointment with a list of questions that you want to be answered by your Higher Self. Most people make two lists; one with health/body questions and another with life/personal questions. Upon your arrival at your session, I will explain this bigger part of you that is sometimes called your Higher Self. This is your Higher Consciousness, Subconscious (SC), Universal Mind or Over-Soul, and how I’ll guide you to make a connection with it.
To prepare your list(s) of questions, the general rule is to ask personal questions or keep topics related to your personal life. When listing your questions, please make a note as to which are the most important to you. Here are a few examples:
- I’m struggling with forgiving someone whose wronged me in the past. Can hypnosis help me forgive and move on?
- I have had asthma since birth. Why? Can it be healed?
- I am in a new love relationship. Is this person the right one for me?
- I really dislike my job and would like to quit and find a new one. Should I?
- I have a difficult relationship with my sister. Why is this so, and can it be resolved?
- Many years ago, I had something strange happen to me. (This could be a dream, vision, feeling, or experience.) What could it mean? What exactly happened, and why?
- I have a lifelong interest in (name any subject). Can we explore this in-depth?
- Am I on my right spiritual path?
- Can I meet my spirit guide or guardian angel?
- Can I improve my intuitive or psychic skills? How?
- How can I create more peace or balance or abundance in my life?
I have a list of common questions, so don’t worry if you have a shortlist.
Before your session, try to pay attention to your dreams leading up to your appointment. Write them down if you can. They can be messages for you, and they can help with your session. If you do not already meditate, it’s a good time to start. At the very least, give yourself quiet time daily to quiet your mind (just 10 minutes a day can be extremely helpful).
Try not to drink alcoholic or caffeinated beverages before the session or the evening before if possible. If you are a regular morning coffee drinker, please don’t skip your coffee, but keep it to a minimum before your session. Light exercise before your appointment is an excellent way to prepare for a successful session, such as a long walk or some stretches. This is another good time to repeat your intention. We want your body relaxed, but your mind quiet, alert, and engaged.
Try and eat well but light before you come in. Clear your day for the session if possible. We will begin by talking, going over the process, and reviewing your questions. Then as you get more comfortable and relaxed, we begin the hypnotic regression. Afterward, we will go over what was experienced and make sure you are awake and grounded. This entire process can take anywhere from 3-4 hours total and occasionally go a little longer. It is generally not a good idea to have additional appointments or activities that require a great deal of concentration . It would be best if you took it easy after your session to reflect. It is best to have some time to process your experience and give yourself an opportunity to fully return to your regular conscious day-to-day reality before attempting any complex mental tasks or strenuous physical activity.