I had two QHHT sessions prior to becoming a practitioner. What I discovered in my sessions was amazing. I experienced three different lifetimes in each session. By what was shown to me, and following the guidance that I received, I among a long list of benefits, was healed from uterine fibroids.
The idea of having lived lives before the one that you're in right now may be new to you. If so, maybe sharing my experience will be helpful.
I grew up in the seventies and eighties in a very small town in the hills of northwestern Pennsylvania, in a predominantly Polish and Italian immigrant community. There was not a lot of mingling with different cultures. Local Christians, and there were plenty of different denominations - weren't talking about past lives.
When I was a teenager, my three-year-old brother would talk about his "children." He laughed so hard once remembering when his son dumped a can of paint all over himself that I could only listen in amazement. His sincerity was apparent. Once, we took a long road trip through the Sinnemahoning area, forty miles from our home, and stopped at a roadside rest we'd never visited before. He would not get out of the car because he said his son died there. He was crying so hard and just wanted to leave. I noticed stone steps that led into the woods and went to a small clearing at the top and there was a small metal plaque, honoring the firefighters who'd died there fighting a fire. I wrote down the names and later, did a little investigating. He also spoke of living in the stars and drew pictures of his home. He was very upset when I did not name my firstborn "Cosmo."
I was in my early twenties when a friend introduced me to books written by Edgar Cayce, who founded The Association for Research and Enlightenment http://www.edgarcayce.org/. I was fascinated that Cayce was able to access information in a sleep-like trance that revealed a spiritual world where God, our creator, was full of love, inspiration, compassion and healing with no regard to gender, nationality, or any other individuality that could be denoted into a prejudice. I couldn't understand why it wasn't shouted from the rooftops! Especially after enough time had passed (he did the majority of his work in the 1940s and 50s) that events that he'd spoken of, very specifically, had happened. How had this escaped mainstream media? I couldn't understand how something so substantial could be suppressed! Regardless of one's religious affiliation, here was scientific evidence of healing diseases!
But part of the reason his information was suppressed (other than the glaring truth of bankrupting certain medicinal corporations) was that his sessions eventually contained reference of past lives. When he started getting information about past lives, some of his supporters declared that he was not following "God," suggested that his messages were from an opposite source, evil. Here was a man who'd read the Bible many times as a child and then throughout his life, was raised on a farm as a southern Baptist with a strong family membership and remained a devout follower of Jesus Christ, condemned for accusations of following a "dark" agenda because he spoke of former lives. He refused monetary compensation for his readings, instead relying on his career as a photographer to support his family.
He was just as baffled as the rest of them when the messages he got turned into references of past lives. Initially, he questioned the information also and the source. He devoted himself to prayerfully resolving this and saw that it was easily reconciled to the teachings of Jesus. What he discovered is documented in his biography, "There Is A River."
As it turned out, there had been plenty of information regarding reincarnation documented for centuries.
However, Dolores Cannon, the woman who initiated QHHT, went through a similar experience. She spoke about the difficulties of her family enduring the same accusations of being "evil" and doing the work of the devil.
She began her work as a hypnotist working alongside her husband to help people break bad habits. Their discovery of what a woman spoke of when regressed before her birth was just as overwhelming to them as Cayce's was to him. They researched her story and found evidence to confirm the details she'd given of the time period that she was experiencing. Cannon continued to do this research of corroborating evidence. Cannon's book, "Five Lives Remembered," details her work as a hypnotist and particularly this woman's case, http://www.dolorescannon.com/book/five-lives-remembered
If one is inclined to prove reincarnation or disprove it, there is plenty of evidence to support either case. I could relate many stories to you, all researched documented cases including a three-year-old boy who gave details of the home he lived in his previous lifetime that was an a different continent; a child who told authorities where his former body was buried, as he'd been murdered... But all and all, it really comes down to resolving the matter through one's own heart. Ask yourself if it's possible that you are much more than you think that you are. It all begins by believing in yourself, knowing that you truly have all the answers inside you.