I'm curious what Farsight thinks of Dolores Cannon's works? I may strike a critical tone here, but I'm genuinely interested in hearing how Farsight views QHHT and the works of Dolores Cannon. The remote viewing work done at Farsight and the accounts I've read in Dolores Cannon's books are quite complementary. However, I'm not sure how to resolve certain aspects of the works of each that seem to contradict each other. I haven't read all of Dolores' books, but I'm reading the Convoluted Universe book 1 now. I'm open to hear how anyone resolves these points. Particularly the following.
-Although I have not come across Dolores using the term "prison-planet", it seems her view of a prison-planet would have been simply a planet where karma is peculuarly easy to get stuck by, and after death we spend quite a bit of time recovering from our experience before returning (possibly by choice) due to karma. She observed that many earth people, especially the new-comers, feel they have gotten stuck here and are resentful (not sure if this is the right way of saying it?) of the fact that after coming to help earth they are now bound by karma to earth. As I said I haven't read everything Dolores put out during her life, but I haven't come across anything about the death traps or a process where spirits are zapped into amnesia. Neither have I come across any evidence that amnesia between lives is either unique to earth nor absolutely necessary for earthlings. The existence of QHHT suggests that the amnesia is partially overcomable. Dolores' work suggests the amnesia may be desirable to allow people to focus on their current life rather than being reborn just to return to an old life. Each life can focus on its own issues. Also, Dolores' subjects said the karmic stickiness of earth-life is not impossible to overcome, and it doesn't seem to be terribly rare for individuals to escape if they truly want to and work at it. This seems to be suppored by the data Farsight has collected on the death traps when viewing individuals who are able to avoide the death traps - they die peacefully, and it seems their karmic debts are paid in full. They don't have to "perfect" people, just good enough to have the karmic balance very nearly cleared. If so, then there is no need to locate and destroy the death traps. Also, I wonder if the death traps, if they exist, are truly unique to Earth? If Dolores' sources are to be believed, then one can argue that a "prison-planet" CAN be viewed from a higher perspective as a good place to learn spiritual lessons. Unfortunately, it's a school you are not allowed to leave until graduation.
-Dolores was told that Earth is a rare planet where war can be experienced and some people came for this experience, but Farsight has said our galaxy is war-torn and there is war throughout the galaxy.
-QHHT seems to have a much richer description of the events subjects can view. I'm thinking of how well remote viewing and QHHT complement and support each other in viewing the nazca lines described in the Convoluted Universe book 1. Since with QHHT one can have a question/answer conversation between the subject and the hypnotist it seems QHHT provides at least a richer description than remote viewing can. Does Farsight view their work as being more accurate or cleaner or scientifically superior to QHHT?
-Dolores had a very optimistic view of ETs, and seemed to think the reptilian overlords either weren't real or a real problem.
-Contact with entities during QHHT is very similar to (or possibly the same as?) channeling where the subject is the channel and the hypnotist is the interviewer. Dolores seemed to take each entity at their word, and interview them without being very critical. Understandably, this is because she was gathering information while performing therapy! I guess I'm wondering here if Farsight thinks some of the entities Dolores communicated with were lying or bending the truth and manipulating her for their or someone else's benefit?
-Since Farsight is interested in the scientific investigation of remote viewing as well as telepathic communication, QHHT would be a very natural direction to expand into. QHHT sessions could complement the RV sessions. Perhaps an advanced proceedure for QHHT could be developed that minimizes front-loading, or leading the subject. Does Farsight's telepathic communication during RV sessions substitute for QHHT or channeling?
-Since Farsight is not performing a theraputic function, QHHT sessions could be conducted where a much more critical stance can be taken with respect to the entities providing information. For instance, I would like to question the librarians/gaurdians of information (such as the akashic records). What is the librarian's motivation? How did they come to exist? What keeps them acting in that position? Even if they are more like spiritual robots or AI, they still have motives that would reflect the motives of their creators. They are known to restrict information, does this indicate the ability to lie, or mislead, or provide information that implicitly directs individuals along paths they choose? I want a librarian to tell me their opinion of the term "prison-planet" being applied to Earth. I would like to hear these entities being questioned critically, but I do not want to be the one who questions them as I'm afraid of the implications of offending them - I don't want my library card revoked :)
What do others think about Dolores Cannon and how do they resolve conflicting data provided by her and that provided by Farsight?