The first time I saw Dolores Cannon in person involved me just about walking into her as I opened yet another door after walking up three flights of stairs, trying to find the room she was holding a talk in. She may also have been trying to find that same room as she came towards the door I was looking through. She was walking past a bar at the time and I doubt she was planning on having a beer.
We didn’t speak, but we made eye contact and I smiled. I wondered to my self at the time if I should follow her, but I decided it was probably more wise and polite to keep on with my personal search. This was at a venue on George Street in Sydney Australia back in 2010, if my memory serves me correctly.
During another talk of hers I attended later on, she took us through a past life regression. I went on to read a couple of her books initially, and in 2011 I made the trip from Sydney to Melbourne to take part in her level one and level two training courses for her Quantum Healing Hypnosis Therapy. Since that time I have read just about all of her books and moved into a totally different direction in life, based on a number of reasons, but her influence on me was large and very positive.
On October the 19th, 2014, Dolores Cannon passed away at the age of 83, with her family surrounding her.
How do you really judge and explain the impact that a single person has had on the world?
Back in 1975 Dolores Cannon published the second volume of her series of three books, Conversations with Nostradamus. Through one of her clients, she had made contact with the being that was Nostradamus within our history. Dolores Cannon was able to clarify many of his quatrain’s, and discuss with him personally what they really meant.
Within this second volume, information came up around “The Tapestry Room” after Dolores asked a question based upon looking into the happenings on Earth within it’s history. The client explained that they were walking down a beautiful corridor with walls that resembled lapis lazuli and marble. The client entered the door at the end of the corridor and after seeing a dazzling bright light there, the client made contact with a being which was the guardian of the Tapestry Room.
The room was described in detail, and then a description was given of the actual tapestry on the wall. Each thread on the tapestry resembled a single individual spirit on Earth and the impact that individual had made on the lives of those they had encountered and influenced over the span of their life. It was described as a living thing. Through examining each thread, the daily lives of each individual could also be seen, the client described. The tapestry also showed how each life is interconnected, and how the absolute oneness of humanity is represented.
It was then explained that this location was available to more advanced souls and that it is connected to the akashic records, which is usually displayed to those searching, as books in a library. A big section of this book by Dolores Cannon is based around information gained about Nostradamus, through looking at his thread on this tapestry, but what I always remembered about this experience is what came through when Dolores Cannon asked this question, “I wonder if my thread is in there anywhere?”
The client answered and said that Dolores’s thread was bright, shiny and copper colored, and that it got stronger as she looked at a different part of it. The client said that it started out stronger and then got bigger, and bigger, influencing a lot of other threads. But then they were asked to leave the room because they were not meant to be looking at their own lives. For some reason, it always fascinated me, that whole experience and all that information that came through around the tapestry room, and I thought it would be of interest to mention that here.
“A human being is a part of the whole, called by us “Universe”, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest — a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” – Albert Einstein (Dolores included this quote within book two of her Convoluted Universe series)
She was a pioneer of past life regression and also the method of healing which she developed into the QHHT technique from bringing the client into a trance based state as their higher selves then spoke through them. In my opinion, the information she has shared within her many books has expanded the consciousness of many souls because of its authenticity and accuracy, as well as answering many of histories greatest mysteries. She opened the door for many people, people that may not have realised what laid beyond their limited existence back here on Earth and within our third dimensional space.
I have had a number of people contact me over the years who have shared their experiences in connection to Dolores, from her very first clients to those that have learnt QHHT. I have heard many interesting stories. I don’t think people will come to understand fully, in their lifetime, the positive role and impact that she has had within the global consciousness, including the shift in consciousness and the new earth process.
For those many volunteer souls out there, we found much guidance and comfort from her information. I have been able to provide more guidance to others from using her regression method and sharing some of my sessions, and the sessions of other practitioners, on the site here.
Dolores left us all having published 17 books, with two more on the way. Some of us QHHT practitioners like to think that Dolores Cannon is now with the new earth.
I will leave you with this musical piece, ‘And The Waltz Goes On’, written by Sir Anthony Hopkins fifty years ago, and performed by André Rieu in Vienna, back in 2011. (Yes, Anthony is a writer of music as well as being an actor)