What my ‘spirit guide’ told me about coronavirus during eye-opening past life regression therapy session

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It’s 10am on a sunshine-filled Friday morning and I’m in Leith, Edinburgh, about to undertake what’s often referred to as a past life regression session with trained Quantum Healer Mel Martin.


Trained QHHT practitioner Mel Martin.


It’s just days before a nationwide lockdown is announced following the coronavirus pandemic and I’m feeling anxious, tense and uncertain about what the future holds.
For those of you who have never heard of Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique (QHHT), it’s a niche and incredible form of hypnosis created by Dolores Cannon, a worldwide known author who has made so many incredible discoveries through the technique that she’s written 17 books on the subject.


Dolores Cannon.


Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique (QHHT) is an amazing journey of your consciousnesses and truly is a way of finding that all answers and healing lie within. People come for a QHHT session for many reasons. Some come out of curiosity, some have questions about their life purpose, family, work, or health issues.
Qualified QHHT practitioner Mel, who is also a bank nurse with NHS Scotland, has been practising the method of hypnosis since 2013.
The practice involves inducing an individual into the Somnambulistic state of trance through visualisation – a state which under ordinary circumstances is experienced only twice daily: the moment just before you become consciously awake and the moment just before you fall asleep.
Historically, hypnotists have avoided conducting research with subjects in this state because of the often strange and inexplicable results that are recorded. Dolores Cannon began her research of lost knowledge and reincarnation in the late 1960s by developing QHHT for past life regression sessions with her subjects.




“I first came over here from New Zealand to see the world, that was my goal,” Mel, 73, explained. “Then I started my nursing, getting jobs travelling to people’s homes as a nurse, taking people on cruises as a nurse, and I stayed a little bit longer…then a little bit longer.”
Mel became interested in the subject after watching a video on Cannon, before vowing to meet her in person when she became intrigued by her work.
“After I watched that video I thought, I have got to see her,” Mel revealed. “There was some sort of urgency.
“She was teaching a course on a Cruise from San Diego to Fort Lauderdale. I had just got a new flat and I couldn’t really afford it.
“Anyway, I did go and there were 33 of us that she taught level one and two on that course.
“She died the next year – so that was my sort of sense of urgency to go and see her and I knew that I had to.”




Although I’ve experienced a form of past life regression therapy previously while undertaking an assignment for a feature I had been working on as a reporter at a national newspaper, I had recently felt compelled to try out QHHT after bingeing on Cannon’s videos on Youtube.
Her content and books are full of incredible knowledge and although her early work was heavily focused on reincarnation, Cannon’s work began slowly taking her in a completely new level of exploration.
She began receiving information, as a “reporter” while performing QHHT on clients, on previous lives as atoms, extra-terrestrials, historical figures, and many other unprecedented subjects.
Topics covered include the power of the human mind, what consciousness really is, parallel universes, lost civilisations, ancient history and Earth mysteries (such as the Bermuda Triangle, Stonehenge and the Loch Ness Monster). Her books also detail the experiences of people who were regressed to lives on other planets, beings who are made entirely of energy, how reality is merely a holograph, how we are fragments of multifaceted souls, lives in non-human bodies, and much, much more.



Despite how popular Cannon’s work has become and how aware people are becoming aware of New Age concepts today, there is a distinct lack of QHHT practitioners in Scotland.
I decided to seek out QHHT expert Mel Martin, one of the few available in the country, to participate as a subject and find out what it’s really like to be regressed on a deeper level.



“I don’t call it past life therapy,” Mel explained. “I refer to it as an in-depth look from the person’s higher self perspective about what needs to be done.”
Before putting me in what almost feels like a trance, Mel asks a series of in-depth questions about my life, my knowledge of QHHT, the reasons why I’d like to try this form of therapy, and some of the questions I wish to have answered during my quantum healing regression.
I explain to her some of my previous struggles with anxiety, depression and a bit about my spiritual awakening, which really took hold in November last year.
I realised that many of my past traumas and struggles had contributed to me seeking answers and truth about the world and why things happen, which also led to my discovery of Cannon’s work.
A full QHHT session takes around three to four hours in total, and clients still have a conscious memory of what they’ve said and what happened during the session. I’d describe it as being a bit like a dream because you’re in that relaxed state.
The main questions I ask Mel to ask my ‘higher self’ or ‘spirit guide’ during my regression healing is my life purpose, the reasons behind my past struggles, whether I’ve chosen my family in this life, why I’m here today and the reason behind why the current coronavirus (COVID-19 pandemic) has surfaced of late.



Mel is calming and wants to be assured that I’m comfortable with undertaking the regression before she starts, to which I excitedly know I am, and she begins her work in placing me in a trance-like state.


What happens during the hypnosis?


My arms and hands feel tingly, like pins and needles, and I feel so relaxed that I could fall asleep at any moment. Although I feel sleepy, I’m still completely in control of my actions but appear to be open to answering any questions Mel asks me, inquisitively, while I’m flat on my back in a cosy bed in her living room setting.
During my session, I go through a number of ‘lives’ – possibly past or parallel depending on your concept of time – to which I describe in great detail without hesitation.
The first life I recall is being a maid called Lucy and is nothing exceptional, however in my second, it’s a whole new level of wonderfully weird.
To Mel’s amazement, I’m describing looking out of my massive, computer-like eyes as a small, pink-coloured ET, with three fingers on each hand, working as a researcher on some type of spaceship.



“I’m carrying out research and helping out with the food as well,” I explain sleepily. “It’s mostly vegetables and liquids.
“The room I’m in is not that big but there’s a long corridor which leads to another room, with corridors leading to other rooms. There’s a cafeteria type place with loads of buttons.
“There’s a lot of people and they look the same as me. We’re all equal here and have the one purpose. We’re researching making the planet habitable so that people are able to live on it because there’s too many things going wrong.
“We’re trying to get the air right so that we can stay there because we’re constantly travelling.
“We’re about to get to the point where the planet is good enough to live on and not suffer but people are about to wipe it out to the point where we’d have to start again. “They’re about to release some sort of nuclear bomb, which would destroy the work we’ve done with the pollution that’s being cleared.”



In another life I’m back to being a ‘normal’ human, resembling the ones on earth, working near mountains beside blue, bird-like and goddess-type creatures which I later learn are known to some experts in the field of ETs as ‘Blue Avians.’
The creatures appear to be sending telepathic guidance messages to me and the other humans around me, in order to teach us how to develop and progress living on the planet we’re building work on.
Blue Avian-like creatures have appeared throughout human mythology. For instance, Ra, the Egyptian god of the sun was pictured as a bird-headed being, as was his accomplice Thoth. Ra was believed to represent the noonday sun; he was considered the creator of the seasons, months, plants and animals. He was most often depicted as a humanoid with the head of a blue eagle, wearing a crown with the solar disk, a serpent coiled around its circumference.



During one part of the session, I’m amazed to be able to access a ‘library’ type cosmic repository of information, to which I’m being showed by “more experienced” and “wise” beings who have a right good giggle at my childlike sense of knowledge of what’s known as the Akashic Records.
I’m told I have a lot still to learn and express to Mel that I’m a novice, with guides around me to help me learn about the Akashic Records and how they can teach me.
After going through some of the lifetimes, the session feels like it begins to intensify as my voice audibly appears to want to stop travelling through time and to instead refer back to the present moment. I ask my ‘higher self’ or ‘spirit guide’ what’s going on in the planet right now.
I’m told it’s my spirit guide as opposed to my higher self who is speaking, and that the reason behind me being on the planet is to work as a ‘Starseed,’ helping to spread the message of awakening on the planet through my writing and discoveries.
It’s believed Starseeds are usually sent here to complete a type of mission, or they may have personally chosen to be here for a specific purpose. These missions or purposes are usually based around helping all beings and introducing new levels of consciousness to earth’s humans, animals, and sentient creatures.



Looking back, being a ‘Starseed’ makes a lot of sense to me as I’ve always had a feeling of not belonging on the planet and being aware of a sense of intuition that many around me couldn’t understand or tap into.
As Mel starts to probe my spirit guide as to what I’m here to learn, I start to tell her that I have to learn not to be controlled by others, as I have done repeatedly in past lives.
My spirit guide also tells her that I had to endure certain experiences throughout my present life, on various occasions, to teach me to ‘fight back’ and learn from those mistakes of being controlled by others. I tell Mel that I have to decide which information I seek out
for myself and that my dreams often guide me through some of the unanswered questions I have throughout my life.
Finally, Mel asks my spirit guide about the purpose of the coronavirus pandemic and whether the virus will be a positive or negative experience for the collective consciousness.



“There’s so many mistakes being made and it’s destroying the planet,” I tell Mel mysteriously, in barely a whisper. “This is all part of the plan before it’s too late.
“So the virus is a good thing that’s happening?” Mel asks, to which I respond simply: “Yes.” I continue: “If people realise what’s happening and spread the word then everything will be fine. That’s why certain people are being given extra guidance just now to their spirituality, so they can wake up and see what’s happening. Now is the perfect time.”
As Mel begins to talk me out of my trance-like state, I gradually begin to feel the tingling in my arms and hands release and begin to marvel at some of the information I’ve told Mel, which almost felt like it was being blurted from my mouth without any given thought.
The QHHT was a marvellous experience and once I began researching the likes of Starseeds and the Akashic Records after my session, it felt like information that I’d had stored somewhere in my subconscious was beginning to bloom, almost making so much sense that it was scary.
For anyone on their spiritual journey that’s interested in past lives, their higher selves, spirit guides or other subjects on that matter, I’d highly recommend Mel, who is evidently an expert in her field.
To book Mel for QHTT contact melmoimartin@gmail.com

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