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Knight's Regrets (Past Life Healing) QHHT

This is a QHHT session transcript. My client wanted to find out what is the underlying cause of arguments with her partner. They both love each other deeply but they argue about the silliest things and when they do, she feels a sharp pain in her right arm. The pain has been getting stronger lately and was bothering her entire right arm and neck. She also had other concerns & questions which were addressed in her session but the core of her session was this beautifully uncovered life story of the English knight. I hope you enjoy it.


JULIA: Tell me what is happening?

CLIENT: I see a thick fog all around, it’s been here for some time. It’s frustrating because it’s making the battle hard. I am on a battlefield. I’m fully armed. This has been a heavy battle. My right arm hurts, I’m injured, but I still carry my sword and my shield in the other hand. The fog has made this fight very difficult. Now I’m walking around fumbling over the bodies and the fog. It’s so thick and cold.

I’m aware that there is a solder fallen who is crying out in pain. I feel like it’s my partner in this life. I feel like I haven’t finished him off. I feel like I was battling him and I haven’t finished him off. He is calling out to me. I can see him. I’m the one who mortally injured him but I didn’t finish him off.

JULIA: What happens next?

CLIENT: It feels wrong but I leave him there and I walk off. I don’t finish him off. I’ve had enough. I feel like I can’t. I feel angry that I have shed so much blood, now I’m injured and I just want to get out of here. My arm, my upper shoulder is heavy. We have been fighting for days.

JULIA: We will come back to this scene but now I want you to move backward to see when this

battle was planned. You are leaving this scene behind now, …. tell me what you see.

CLIENT: I’m in some big stone hall room, there is a big marble table, stone table. We have gathered around it. There is a big map rolled out on the table. Few of us looking at it. It’s fighting over a land, of course, territory. I feel like we are English and we are fighting over French land. I think we are on French soil. I feel like I am the one that’s got the most battle knowledge, I am consulted. I must be a commander of some kind. I feel very battle weary. I am not young, not too old either.

JULIA: I’m curious to know about your attire, can you have a look and describe it for me, please?

CLIENT: It’s a silver-colour metal, I feel like an armadillo, it’s got section over section over section overlapping. As I move, it’s noisy, it clatters a lot and underneath it, there are all these plates, attached to the metal like a mesh. And the mesh is against all I got. Long underwear underneath. I feel the pressure of the armor against my skin as there is this mesh with heavy plates. But I feel it has improved. Each time they give me a new one when I dress for the battle, it’s better every time. But my right arm has been injured so many times. I’ve killed so many men!

JULIA: Do you feel strong enough to go to the next battle?

CLIENT: I feel tired, I feel like I don’t want to do it anymore. It doesn’t achieve anything. All these lives lost just for the bit of a land we win. And then we battle again and lose it again and then we battle again and we win it again and it’s just back and forth back and forth. All these lives lost.

I want to go home, see my trees, I don’t want to be on a battlefield.

JULIA: You are leaving this scene behind and I want you to go to the time when you were home. Tell me about your home. What do you see?

CLIENT: It’s a stone home, it’s close to the village, part of the village but in a nice part of it. On the hill, looking down on the village. Many trees and a big garden. It’s a sturdy home. Bigger than the most. It’s got a front door and a back door. Garden all around.

JULIA: I wonder who is taking care of the garden.

CLIENT: My wife does a little bit of care for the garden but she gets help. We can afford help. There is food… My wife, because I’m a soldier we have a better life than most in the village. We have children. Two older daughters and a son. My wife does things she enjoys with them and the rest she leaves for the helpers to do. It’s a comfortable life. Children have lessons…

JULIA: How do you feel about being a soldier?

CLIENT: I like the lifestyle it gives them; my wife likes it. But she doesn’t worry about me as much as I would hope when I am away. She likes it when I am away, because when I’m home, I guess I bring my worries home with me and it changes the atmosphere. I wasn’t aware of this before, but as I watch her now, I see she is different when I’m not around, she can do whatever she likes when I’m not around. That makes me sad. I would have hoped she would enjoy me being home more. I think I feel the children are a little nervous around me as well. I don’t feel I am threatening or anything like that but they just don’t know me when I’m away so much. That makes me sad too. They call me Papa but I feel like it takes them a long time to get used to me and then I go again. I think I must spend a lot more time away at war than at home. But I do