Someone asked me if I still do QHHT…here is my answer.
When I first started delving into shamanic work in a therapeutic setting, I stumbled upon qhht as a potential solution. I was working with shamanic clients who relied on me heavily, to the point where it was draining my energy and leaving me depleted. With a business that demanded my attention 24/7, I knew this situation couldn’t last long without serious consequences.
Then, one night, I had a dream and a name, Dolores Cannon, popped into my head. I thought it was me from a past life! LOL. Curious, I looked her up and found her trainings on QHHT. I wasted no time and immediately enrolled, eager to offer QHHT to my clients who were seeking a different life. It proved to be very liberating for nay but not for all (or most). However, those who were heavily dissociated due to trauma or hindered by spirit attachments didn’t see the same results. As I write this, two people come to mind.
Initially, I questioned if I was doing something wrong, but as I continued to see more clients and take advanced trainings, I realized that some clients simply weren’t ready to heal they just wanted to know their purpose in this life, or their trauma was beyond what QHHT or I could handle at the time. Determined to find a solution, I invested a significant number of financial resources in training with esteemed transpersonal trainers and institutions worldwide. It was because of those clients who made me feel like a failure that I pursued trauma training, and I’m grateful for the opportunity it brought.
Through this journey, I also learned to seamlessly integrate shamanic practices into my healing sessions. I began working on advanced spirit attachments and ET interference, something that captivates me and that I actively research with a group of professional therapists out of Europe and Latin America. Contrary to what QHHT believes, I strongly disagree that there are no spirit attachments or negative ETs. In fact, during the first week of my QHHT training, I encountered clients with severe attachments that required me to utilize shamanic protocols to release these entities. This misalignment with QHHT caused my sessions to evolve into a more all-encompassing, holistic approach to spiritual and trauma healing.
In short, I no longer solely practice QHHT. My sessions for the last 2 years incorporate a combination of techniques tailored to each client’s unique needs. It can involve spirit releasement, trauma work/parts therapy, heart-centered hypnotherapy, ET implant removal, soul retrieval, inner child healing, womb regression, dream work and much more.
QHHT is a beautiful modality and I recommend it to many but based on my soul’s mission and the type of clients who are attracted to my energy, to be in integrity with who I am, I can’t stay true to the QHHT guidelines knowing what I know. So for anyone looking for just QHHT, I would recommend for them to find another practitioner that is okay providing the session without deviating from it even when needed.
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