How to Prepare for a QHHT/BQH Session
1) Fill out and send me the Client Intake Form. Download the form by clicking on this icon:
2) The most important way to prepare for a session is from the moment you have decided to schedule an appointment is to listen to the following nighttime meditation:
It will also be helpful to have a clear and direct communication with the part of you that is able to provide healing and information. That part of you is your Higher Self. Say to yourself, “I have a clear and direct communication with my Higher Self.” Note the tense of this sentence, it’s not “I will have,” it's “I have.”
You can then 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. As your facilitator, I ask that you write your questions on paper and give it to me at our appointment. For an even better experience, please email me your questions before your appointment. Of course, we can modify them when it's time for your session.
Neatly hand write the list or print it out on the computer so that I can read your questions easily during the session. Also, put these questions and concerns in the order of importance as we may not be able to address them all. I've had clients who have one question or issue of concern, while some have had dozens. The general rule is to ask no more than 20 personal questions.
What kind of questions? Keep topics related to your personal life. Here are a few examples.
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 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?
As your facilitator, I have my own prepared list of “standard” questions about your issues that I will ask you to focus on. So don’t worry if you have a short list. l will keep your printed or written list in my files.
Try to pay attention to your dreams before our appointment. Write them down. They are messages for you and it can help me with your session. If you do not already meditate, its a good time to start. If you don't know where to start, go to YouTube and look for "guided meditations". At the very least, give yourself quiet time daily to quell your mind chatter.
Don’t drink alcoholic or caffeinated beverages and don't use recreational drugs 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 prior to your appointment, like a long walk, is an excellent way to prepare for a successful session. This is another good time to repeat your intention. We want your body relaxed, but your mind quiet, alert and engaged.
Clear your day for the session if possible. We begin by talking, going over the process, and your questions. Then you get comfortable, relaxed and we begin the actual hypnotic regression. Afterwards, we go over what was experienced and I make sure you are awake and grounded. This entire process can take anywhere from 3 to 5 hours total, and occasionally even a little bit longer.
It is generally not a good idea to have additional appointments after your regression, or activities that require a great deal of concentration. You should take it easy.
Having a regression is very much like participating in a long, detailed and involved daydream. You really will feel as if you have just returned from an amazing journey, having visited other worlds and lifetimes, and in fact, you will have done just exactly that. 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.
After you leave I will review your digital recording and make adjustments to the sound file if necessary before sending the MP3 file to your selected email address. Please download your file as soon as you receive the link and make a back up copy.
Listening to your session in the days, weeks and even months following the session, is an important part of the experience of a Cannon Method Regression. Even if your conscious mind remembers the session immediately afterwards, it can, just as some dreams can, begin to fade from your memory, even if you had an “unforgettable” experience! In addition, any healing or life improvement suggestions can and will be reinforced by listening repeatedly to the audio. The goal is to have your conscious mind “get on board” and align with your Higher Self and its goals, and accept any changes or healing you intend to occur.
If you have any questions at all about a QHHT Session that might be unique to you or that this information did not address, please feel free to email or call and I'd be happy to help you.
3) What you see/feel/know during the past-live regression is highly based on how imaginative you are: Here's a good video to guide you in developing your imagination:
4) Have no expectations of the session. Know that whatever happens, it is for your highest good.
This information was copied from Candace Craw-Goldman's website http://www.newearthjourney.com/#!session-preparation/c1045.
BQH (Remote Video Sessions) - Additional Preparations
1) You will need a laptop or Ipad with the texting and calling turned off. If you only have a smart phone available, it can only be used with all services turned off. Make sure you are connected to power when the session starts.
2) You will need headphones, preferably the kind that has a microphone that comes over your mouth or wireless. Corded headphones don't work well, so it might have to be taped to the side of your mouth.
3) Make sure no pets or other people are in the room with you and will not interrupt you during the session which usually lasts for 4 hours.
4) The first hour will be an interview, so be prepared to be comfortable during that time.