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This technique was developed by Dolores Cannon.

Experiencing a QHHT® session is a unique opportunity to slip into the quantum realm. By putting the left side of the brain (conscious mind) on hold and becoming the observer, we can easily connect to the right side (subconscious mind), which is connected to the Higher Self and the Creative Source.   

By allowing yourself to be guided into a deep state of relaxation, you will experience a past or future life, a multidimensional experience or other scenario. By becoming the observer, you can see from a different perspective. You can discover, among other things, why you are here on Earth, as well as the roles you have assigned to the people that show up in your soul's journey.


Your subconscious/Higher Self has the answers to all your questions, including :  

  • Life Mission & Soul Purpose

  • Career Situations & Projects

  • Health Challenges 

  • Relationships

  • and More


For more information about what to expect during a QHHT® session, go to YOUR SESSION.

Do I Need
to Believe in
Past Lives?

Whatever your life journey, your beliefs, your religion or your culture, this technique allows you to connect directly to the part of you that has all the answers.

Trusting the images, visualizations and information that show up, and assimilating the messages received can help you see things from a new perspective, and even inspire
you to make different life choices.


Your session will be recorded. Listening to the audio again, you will see the messages from a different perspective, which can help you clarify certain situations or blocks, and inspire you to make different life choices.

Becoming Conscious That You Are the Creator of Your Life 

My life journey has shown me that I am the producer, the writer, the director and the main actor in my own life story. My experiences with clients as a QHHT® practitioner has reinforced that belief. 


In fact, I believe Shakespeare hit the nail on the head ... 

All the world’s a stage, and
all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.

— William Shakespeare
As You Like It

Act 2, Scene VII

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