Preparing for your Session

Below are some guidelines to make the most of your session - use them intuitively. Please make time to read through these useful and practical tips and tools so that you can show up prepared, calm and collected.

5Prepare Questions

Please prepare a list of questions and concerns - as many as up to 12 questions. Put these questions and concerns in order of importance to you as we may not be able to address them all.

What kind of questions? Here are some examples:

- What is my souls purpose? How can I support my growth?

- I have had asthma since birth. Why? Can it be healed?

-I really dislike my job and would like to quit and start my own business. Should I?

-I have a difficult relationship with my sister. Why is this so and can it be resolved?


 4Drink Water

 In the days prior to and on the day of your session, drink lots of water! (Bathroom breaks are actually highly encouraged!)  Water is a conductor for energy and that’s what we’ll be doing during your session; channeling and moving energy.  Your session will not be affected if you need to empty your bladder once or several times during your session. (Each time you go in and out of hypnosis, you go deeper)


Don’t drink alcoholic or caffeinated beverages before the session, or even, the evening before, if possible. If you are a regular morning coffee drinker, please don’t skip your coffee, but go easy and keep it to a minimum before your session.

1Eat Healthy Food

On the day of your session, eat a light snack before we start. Sessions can take anywhere from 3-4 hours, so a light meal is a good idea to tide you over until the session is complete.


6Clear Your Day

As much as possible, clear your day for your session. 

It is generally not a good idea to have additional appointments after your session or plan a long drive ahead of you (unless you are in the passenger seat). Having a BQH session is very much like participating in a long, very 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. 

5Create Your Intention

It is important to begin to intend, from the very moment you have decided to schedule an appointment, to have clear and direct communication with that part of you that is able to provide healing and information. Let’s call that part of you, your Higher Self. 

“I have 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 either silently or out loud throughout your day and most importantly, right before you go to sleep at night. 



Light exercise prior to your appointment (and on the days leading up 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 and alert and engaged.



If you are not a regular meditator, now is the time to begin. A quiet mind that is not filled with racing or looping thoughts is your best asset in a session. Click on the links below for some fantastic guided meditations and nature sounds to listen to while stilling the mind. 

You need to be alert and be able to focus and follow my instructions. HYPNOSIS IS NOT SLEEP so I cannot facilitate a proper session when a person’s mind is too tired and exhausted to focus. If you meditate, do so the morning or day of your appointment to help clear your mind. If you don’t meditate, then do something that calms you like taking a nice relaxing walk, petting your pet or listening to some soothing music. 


Guided Meditation: Connect with your Higher Self

Relaxing Meditative Music

5Practice Visualization

Your Higher Self uses your imagination as a language to speak to you. Absorbing that idea and doing a bit of preparation to stimulate your imagination is a good way to prepare. Here are some exercises and articles that will get you and your imagination primed and ready to have a session.

Practice Regression Video

Seeing Exercise


4Leave Expectations Behind

Intentions and expectations are completely different things. Specific expectations about what you are about to experience are not at all helpful. Click on the link below to watch a quick video about expectations. 


1Common Hypnosis Myths

Simply put- no, you will not simply go to sleep and wake up with all of your problems solved and no, it is not required that you go so deep into hypnosis that you become unconscious. Please read the following article about common misconceptions about regressions and hypnosis.

Hypnosis Myths

I Had a QHHT® Session But Could Not be Hypnotized


6Download Zoom

All sessions are held online, via Zoom and will be recorded. Please download Zoom prior to our meeting.

Find a comfortable, relaxing, quiet place to lie down, with a slight recline. Make sure it is somewhere you will not be disturbed for a minimum of 4 hours.

2Trust The Process

It is up to you to decide how much you want to do to prepare for our session. In truth, the most important and only requirement is to trust the process, and yourself and show up! However, many of you may benefit greatly by following these steps to further prepare your body, mind, and spirit.