The client was a retired executive who had a strong career focus which required frequent travel. He married later in life and was very content in his marriage. His concerns coming into the session were trying to get insight on how to make a difference in the world going forward, frequent back pain, sleeplessness & a sense of tiredness which had lasted for the last 30 years.
As his past life regression started the first thing he saw was a nice big metal cup of coffee. There were no people around and based on his clothing description and other items present, he never went to a past life. He remained in the present. He found himself walking through a door and walked through a hallway until he found a big white door with a metal handle. When he opened the door he found a beautiful brick home with a beautiful door. When he went in he found a large dining room with 18 chairs around the table. He found no people there and he didn’t know his reason for being there.
The next scene he entered was a room with 2 empty mahogany tables. The big table had a large crystal clear vase. He couldn’t see anything else. He moved to the kitchen which was old looking, but had a microwave. He was not comfortable in there and moved into another scene. He entered a dining area where a family with 2 kids were laughing and singing. The scene made him very happy, but the strange part was, there were business marketing materials all over the table and he did not feel as if he was part of the scene. He was able to see additional scenes of himself either giving speeches or writing a book. Both activities were things he had done during his business career.
The discussion with the Sub-conscious (SC) was pleasant but was not very informative. As I was ready to close out the session I asked the SC if there were any last message the client needed to hear. Immediately, the SC sternly yelled out “RELAX”. Based on that unexpected outburst, I decided to go back and re-ask the client’s questions he brought to the session and asked them through the lens of a person who needed to relax. This time, the SC’s answers became much more informative. The SC also suggested if the client stopped his irregular sleeping habits he could help his sleeplessness & tiredness. This is interesting since these conditions started 30 years ago when he was travelling between the east and west coast each week, and Europe twice a month for business. In both cases he was pushing himself to the max and impacting his biological clock due to frequent traveling between time zones.
Sometimes, the SC uses a QHHT session to hold up a mirror on a person’s current life. The SC will always show images and scenes that will help the client to better understand the answers to the questions brought to the session. In this case, slowing down will help the client to focus on his future and relaxing will help the client take better care of his body. This SC recommendation was a welcomed surprise to the client.
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