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QHHT session with Nessa - healing of fibromyalgia, arthritis and restoring hearing / life in Tunisia
October 2, 2016
Nessa is a quiet little lady who came to me with some family problems and a few of the physical problems. She bravely managed to climb two floors of stairs up to the flat where I lived at the time, with her crutches that helped her walk as she had arthritis in her hips. She also suffered from fibromyalgia and she was also wearing a hearing aid. She was one of my first clients that I practiced on.
As we started the session she easily drifted off to a trance state where she experienced many different lifetimes. She kept jumping from life to life as I was trying to move her through important days of one lifetime. I had a difficult time trying to keep her in one lifetime in order to get the story right and to connect the characters. It takes some time before I can realize that the person “jumped” into another lifetime and to orient them back into the one that they’ve started the story in. Normally we would allow the “jumping” in QHHT as all lives are important and there is a connection and a pattern that their Subconscious mind is trying to point out, but in this case she was all over the place, through 5 or 6 lifetimes back and forth and I was loosing the connection as to which is which. So I had to orient her to the original one that she started in and get the story to the end.
When I brought her back out, she couldn't remember any parts of the session.
A: What is the very first thing that you see down there below you?
N: The castle! I see a big castle. It’s got chimneys at the top, it’s got a big gate and there’s water around it.
A: What else can you see?
N: I see grass, very neat grass. It’s all been cut lovely. I’m walking across the grass towards the castle. The weather is been nice and warm. I’m carrying a small bag and the money in the bag. I’m wearing a big flowy dress. It feels tight around my waist. I’ve got a little clip in my hair. It’s got a flower on it, a daffodil. My hair is long, flowy and shiny. I’m a young girl of 14. I can hear people talking but it feels long way. I can’t see them yet. I’m walking across the bridge and the gates falls down. There’s somebody there; a little old man (laugh). He’s not talking; he’s just nodding at me. He has let me in. I’m going up two steps and than there’s ropes coming down from the ceiling. It just seems to be hanging there.
A: Do you know why are those rope there? No.
A: Do you live here in the castle or…?
N: I’ve never been here before. I can hear a lady reading a book. It sounds like she’s reading a book to a child. I’m coming closer to her. She sees me and she nods and I nod back. There are books everywhere. It’s like a library. She’s hushing me away. She’s saying go, go, go. I’m going back out, at the door, back into the room where there are ropes. I still don’t know what are they there for. They are just hanging from the ceiling. There are four of them. It all comes down as if to pull down. The man is showing me now. He’s pulling two of them down and the stepladders comes down. It’s a room, an attic room. It’s very dark in there. There are boxes in there but they’re all neatly stacked. I climbed up the ladder inside of it; it feels a bit crowded with boxes. The boxes are all taped down with writing on but it’s not English writing. It is Gaelic! Galeic? It’s what they speak in Tunisia.
It was a bit strange to find out that Celtic language was being spoken in a Northern African country but after doing some research I have found out that Celtic languages have indeed been adopted in Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria, as many Scots, Irish and Welsh emigrated to these countries in early 1800’s.
A: Is that where you are now, in Tunisia? Yes
A: Tell me more…
N: There’s no address on the boxes but I think they were moving and it marks the kitchen, bedroom atc. They are not mine. I’m going down the ladder now. The man is taking me to the kitchen.
A: Tell me more about this old man.
N: He’s not speaking, just nodding. He can’t speak. He’s got trousers and like a dress over the top. He’s dressed very neatly; he’s suit is white. He’s very old, like 90.
N: There’s a big aga in the kitchen and a great big table, and there’s a lady cooking. She says she doesn’t live here but she cooks for the family. The boxes are her’s. She’s lost her home and she’s storing the boxes up in the attic. She lives outside the castle but her stuff is here for safekeeping. She said I can have something to eat but I don’t really want to. Why not? It looks very greasy and unappetizing (says with disgust). She’s been working here for two years. She married the Tunisian man but she doesn’t like him now. She doesn’t like the way they live. She’s dressed with a big pinny on and a big long dress, a yellowish color dress and a white apron over it. She also looks neat. There are just plates stacked up above the cooker, she says it keeps them warm. The big table is just to work on and not to eat at. The man is now taking me up the stairs. There’s a big, open, really big stairs (says it with amazement). They lead to the bedrooms. A little girl’s bedroom! Girl that had the book read to her. She’s very small. She’s got 4-post crib, lots of drapes. The crib is not white; it’s beige in color. There are no toys in there. I can see some little dresses, her dresses. I don’t know where is the man gone. O, he’s stood at the stairs! He’s taking me back downstairs to meet the family. Mom has finished reading the book. She said “hi” to me. Her name is Coleen. Baby’s name is Ester. Her husband is out shooting rabbits with his friends. They are not my family (confused).
A: Why are you there?
N: I don’t know. I’m just visiting.
A: Would you like to go outside and explore what’s outside now? Yes.
N: To my right there are some woods. It looks very dark with lots of pine trees.
A: Can you find your home?
She jumps into the present lifetime (as I thought at the time) and starts describing a holiday she’s been to with her husband in their younger days. I didn’t realize that at first and I’ve let her carry on. But as I moved her to an important day, she jumps into yet another lifetime. This just got a bit confusing for me and I moved her back to the castle scene.
N: I think this is the holiday. I can see the hotel right through the trees. I’m going over there. I’m bear feet. There’s a big hotel there now. It’s got big pillars outside like a grand entrance. It looks very posh. There’s marble everywhere. I’ve been here before. I’m going to my room. My husband is there. I’m 30 years old. I can see people sunbathing by the pool if I look through the window. There’s a big slide. I can’t see the sea; it’s on the other side. My husband is asleep. Simon is also 30. My name is Ester. I’ll let him sleep. I’m going to have a sleep as well.
I moved her to an important day…
N: I’m getting married. I’m getting married to Lee. I’m wearing a blue velvet outfit. I’m going to a church. It’s a small church. You’ve got to bend down to go through the door but it looks big inside. There seems to be lots of people in there. My mom is there, and my dad. My real dad is there too.
Here I moved her backwards to the hotel scene as she changed characters and I was getting lost.
N: We’re going quad biking. Me, Lee, Sue. Naomi is there too!
I decided I will get nowhere here and I needed clarity of scenes and characters, I deepened her into more relaxation and I took her back to the castle scene…
A: You said you didn’t want to eat the food that the cook was preparing. Who is she cooking for?
N: It looks like for an army (laugh). She made lots of different foods; bread, cakes, sausage rolls. She’s taking it into another room. It must be where they’re going to eat. She made all this by herself. She’s taking it out on silver trays into a dining room. She’s putting it on a buffet table so they can help themselves. It’s very big, grand dining table with high chairs. There are 9 chairs but only 3 people will eat.
I moved her to eating time..
A: Whom is all eating?
N: Her mom and her dad and the lady that was cooking. Small man is not eating. I might have some bread. They are offering it to me so I’ll have some bread. It’s still warm! They are kind people. She is Sue and he is Gerard. Baby is Ester, she’s not eating, as she’s too small. She is not here in the dining room, maybe she’s sleeping. The lady says she’s my aunty but I’ve never seen her before. I don’t know why I’m there. I’ve got no bags, only my little moneybag. Oh they said my bags are up in the bedroom.
I move her to the next day…
N: It’s very warm and I’m still in bed. It’s a very big bed. It’s a 4-post bed. If I look through the window I can see the trees, pine trees. It’s very dark in the room but the sunshine comes in as I moved the curtain. My parents left. They wouldn’t tell me where they went. They will come back in a week. I’m allowed to go shopping with the cook. It’s all dark grubby places. I’ don’t like it, it doesn’t look very nice. The men that are serving us are very old. I don’t see them well. It’s like wicker walls everywhere. The cook buys fruits; apples, pineapples.
Moving her forward to when parents come back..
N: I can hear my mom shouting. I misbehaved. I didn’t make my bed. They might have to go away again. They wouldn’t tell me where. She wants me to go to her friend’s place. She lives at the end of a hill. I’m going to help the lady with her 4 children. I’m going to help her. The kids are skipping around in the garden. There’s a swing and a slide. They are lovely children. We’re just skipping around (laugh). Lady is picking the washing up. The children’s father is not there, he’s been killed.
Moving her forward to an important day..
N: People are laughing. I don’t know who they are. There’s a party, my party. It’s a surprise party. There are lots of people. The party is in the hall. A big hall with balloons and pretty tables and lots of food and everyone can help themselves. I’m turning 20. I’m wearing a blue skirt and a white top. My friends from school are there too, about 5-6 of them. I can’t remember them all. My parents are not there. My aunty is not there. The lady I helped look after the children is here. She organized the party for me. I can hear music, a live band. Country singing. There are lots of people I don’t know.
Moving her forward to another important day and she jumps into her present lifetime, into her childhood.
N: I’m having a shared party in the garden. I’m sharing it with my sister. It’s our birthday, I’m 9 and she’s 6. We’re playing. My mother is in the kitchen; she’s putting paper plates up. My sister and I do not get along. She’s pushing everybody, pushing some people over and she’s pushing me. She’s laughing but it’s not funny. Mom says she’s only little so she allows her. We’re playing musical bums and then we going to play parcel parcel.
Moved her forward to an important day..
N: It’s my sister’s wedding. All her children are her bridesmaids; all 4 of them. Her name is Lisa. She’s marrying Steve. We don’t like him. He controls her. He tells her what she can wear and what she can’t wear. She said she loves him. I told her love is blind. She must be blind. I told her not to but she won’t listen. My mother doesn’t like him. She also spoke to her but she’s taken no notice.
As I move her forward she jumps into yet another lifetime…
N: My mom just had a baby girl, her name is Beverly. Mom is 32. My mom’s name is Brenda. I’m 15. The baby is lovely. This man is not my father. He’s name is Bryan. He’s a good man. He’s been good to me. He’s a nice man.
I decided to move her back to the castle and get to the last day of her life so we can get some clarity.
A: Who is there?
N: My aunty and nobody else. We’re eating sausages and bread.
Moving her forward to the last day of life…
N: I can see water. It’s a fountain. I’ve been there before. It’s where that nice grass is. I’m going to have a swim. Something’s got my leg. I’ve caught it in the fountain pool. My foot is stuck. I’m trying to breathe properly (she starts to panic and I give her suggestions to observe). I’m too long under the water. Everything is gone quiet. I can see the sunshine. Everything is gone foggy. I’m out of the body; it’s foggy. I feel floaty. I can’t see anything, it’s just fog.
A: Now that you are out of your body, you can see everything better. What did you learn from that lifetime?
N: To be strong and stand on your own two feet and enjoy it.
A: And what was the purpose of that lifetime?
N: To be able to be on my own and to help myself.
I have decided not to move her through any more lifetimes as it has taken a long time to get here and the person is not supposed to be “under” for longer than two hours at the time. I still needed to get through her list of questions so I called in the Subconscious.
A: Why did you show her this lifetime?
N: As a lesson; a lesson to look after people. That’s why she is looking after her husband.
A: She got ill herself by looking after him. Can you help her? Yes
A: Can you help her with OCD?
N: Life doesn’t have to be in order. She must learn not to worry. It will go away but she needs to do a little bit more work. She needs to stop writing things down. She’s got lists everywhere. She’s got to stop that and just remember things. She must live life to the full.
A: Why did she have 5 miss carriages?
N: To test her strength. She always sees the light on the other side. She has been blessed by a child as she gave up and was going to get sterilized. That was her reward.
A: She’s got arthritis in her hips. Can you help her?
N: It will get a bit better. Not completely, but a lot better.
A: Can you help her to get rid of fibromyalgia?
N: Yes. We can try now. I’m soothing her mind. She needs to believe in herself and it will happen. I’m putting it out to the Universe. It will happen in time.
A: What about arthritis?
N: We can try but it won’t get better. I can put it out to the universe and hope. I can try doing it now, we will see.
A: What about chronic fatigue. Can you help?
N: She must be prepared and once she gets more physically healthy, she will sleep better. She must get physically better and she will sleep better.
A: What is her purpose in life?
N: To go through with anything. Anything you want to do you can do it.
A: Her husband is in a wheelchair due to herniated discs. Is he going to get better?
N: We can try but he needs to try and want to get better. I will try and heal them both together. He needs to be more physically and mentally active and he will sleep better.
A: Can someone else in the Universe help to heal her right now?
N: Yes. Two angels are here healing her now. Restoring arthritis in the hips, bone in her ear so she doesn’t have to wear a hearing aid anymore. The missing bone will be restored at night when she’s asleep. It will take couple of months. Fibromyalgia – they’re trying to fix that too. They’re sprinkling dust all over inside. They’re flying around.
A: Are they going to bring total healing to the body? Yes
A: Can she stop taking all the tablets?
N: She needs to start stopping them slowly, within couple of months as she starts feeling better.
A: Will she notice the difference as she walks out of here? Yes
N: The angels are like little lights going all over her body, going through the skin into her body. They’re flying all over in and out of the body. They’re putting the light all over. They will stay with her for as long as they’re healing her. She will see them in her awaken state too. They will show her the light so she knows they are there.
A: Do you have any last message for Nessa?
N: Well done and keep going.
The Subconscious also revealed that the little man was her grandfather and a baby Ester was her grandmother in this lifetime. Her first “jump” was into the life of her being Ester and her husband Simon on holiday in Tunisia and right after that she was herself in that same lifetime. At first all this appeared very confusing but it is possible that she could have lived a parallel life or better yet, that two souls shared one body. The holiday in Tunisia, living the same lifetime scene as Nessa and as Ester.