The HuMethod Spiritual Life Coaching Healing Modality

The HuMethod™ Transforms Enlightenment into Empowerment

The HuMethod™ is a proprietary, clinically proven, result-driven Spiritual Life Coaching training system, which after decades of research and field-testing has evolved into an empowering healing modality. HLC’s Spiritual Life Coaches and holistic practitioners use the HuMethod™ to professionally facilitate well-field-tested exercises to help their clients quickly achieve their self-help objectives.

The HuMethod™ empowering Coaching exercises take the abstract concept of Self-Mastery and breaks it down into emotional, psychological, and spiritual Self-nurturing exercises that are guaranteed to help your clients achieve their self-help goals as long as they practice them as prescribed.

Since 1977, Master Coach Hu Dalconzo and his staff have been clinically testing, and retesting hundreds of self-help exercises that were developed by dozens of nationally known self-help leaders, such as: Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Eckhart Tolle,
Carolyn Myss, Deepak Chopra, Ram Dass plus hundreds more.

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Permanent Behavioral Change

The HuMethod™ training system includes interactive and independent courses that use Life Coaching textbooks, proprietary coach’s training manuals, audiobooks, clinical measurement tools, quality control forms, and subjective measuring techniques. The HuMethod™ exercises, when performed as directed, create permanent behavioral change.

The HuMethod exercises include:

  • Self-mastery
  • Meditative
  • Diagnostic
  • Dis-creation
  • Multi-sensory, Intuitive
  • Advanced Life Skill
  • Self-parenting
  • Ego-mind Training

Only Curriculum Of Its Kind

There is no curriculum such as the HuMethod™ in the field of self-help and Life Coaching. HLC's Life Coaching certification students experience the life-altering power of the HuMethod™ exercises because… they are their own first client.

Spiritual and Life-Altering

Developed over three decades of research and clinical field testing, the HuMethod™ empowers students so they can become conscious Life Coaches, teachers and healers of the next millennium. The HuMethod™ is psycho-spiritual penicillin for the spiritually awakened.

Dharmic Truths Belong To… No One Soul

The Dharmic Truths of Life have been passed down
from one soul to another for millenniums, and what is contained in the
HuMethod™ books and exercises certainly did not originate with me. 

It is part of a river that flowed through me from my Guru, teachers,
parents, past incarnations, and my current life experiences.

That’s why when ‘I Am’ consciously doing my dharmic work
I can feel the presence of my Guru and spiritual teachers.

Their contributions to my spiritual work and the
development of the HuMethod™ Healing Modality…
are warmly and gratefully acknowledged.

-Master Coach Hu

A.A.D.P. Accreditation

HLC is Accredited By The American Association of Drugless Practitioners, Est. 1990

 

AADP is Dedicated To Promoting an Enhanced Professional Image and Prestige Among Coaches and All Types of Practitioners of Traditional and Non-Traditional Therapies and Healing Methodologies.

 

AADP’s Code of Ethics includes the recognition and healing power of “drugless” methodologies; maintaining high standards of professional conduct; elimination of unethical procedures; and why being honest with clients and offering them the best products, services, and information possible is of paramount importance.

HLC has been certifying Spiritual Life Coaches for over 20 years. Neither then, nor now has the Life Coaching industry been regulated by any federal agency. Even though HLC was not mandated to do so, we felt it was important to have our Coaching program endorsed with an Accreditation Bureau that reflected our school's holistic philosophy. AADP’s motto is why we choose them and continue renewing our accreditation to this day. Since 1993, we have witnessed over a dozen Life Coaching “accreditation” firms open, charge Coaches hundreds of dollars, and then close their doors.

 

To receive our initial AADP accreditation, HLC submitted all Coaching textbooks, audiobooks, Coaching exercises, Coaching lessons, and Certification Training Manuals for approval. For assured quality control and to keep our accreditation, this submission policy is repeated every three years. HLC can be found in AADP School Directory as one of their Accredited Coaching Schools. 

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After Graduation, HLC’s CSLC Certification Students are Qualified to Submit their HuMethod™ Credentials To AADP To Become a Board Certified Life Member

FAQs

HLC was established in 1993, and is the oldest life coaching and spiritual counseling certification school in North America. HLC acquired its accreditation through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners [AADP] because the International Coach’s Federation [ICF] as well as all the other current accreditation organizations did not exist.

HLC respects the ICF as a professional organization, but HLC has intentionally remained with AADP because they specialize in complementary, holistic modalities such as integrative psychiatry, massage therapy, spiritual life coaching, reflexology, Reki, etc.

Today there are several agencies that offer a life coaching accreditation: AADP, IAC, ICF, and USLCA. All of these organizations are independent privately held corporations that are not backed by anyone unifying governmental authority. Since 1993 HLC has witnessed many accreditation businesses open and close its doors, and that is why we are proud of our long-standing relationship with AADP.

Students are responsible for determining the legal issues involved in opening a holistic practice as a spiritual Life Coach. The laws differ in each state or locality and our policy is to not offer detailed legal information. We recommend you contact your state or local government for legal interpretations, conduct Internet research or visit your public library as it is important for you to know what your legal boundaries are as a spiritual life coach.

HLC is a spiritual life coaching school and therefore we are not regulated by any regional or national governmental agency because of the separation of church and state granted to all Americans in the US Constitution.

The HuMethod™ title wasn’t chosen because it is our founder’s spiritual name. It was chosen because the word “Hu” refers to the subconscious, divine and quantum powers that exist within all human beings.  Mastering how to tap into these Universal Powers is why HuMethod™ Certified Coaches are able to create the permanent behavioral changes needed for their clients to manifest their self-help goals as quickly as humanly possible.

Yes, HLC’s rapid growth is creating career opportunities for Professional Certification course graduates. HLC has a Residency Program where we hire our best grads to do life coaching and training. If the new grad does well as an HLC resident then he or she can then apply to become either an HLC Affiliate or apply for full-time employment.

Library of Researched Books

The following books have spiritually affected HLC’s
staff and Master Coach Hu's life the most and thus
have also affected the development of HLC's
Spiritual Life Coaching certification courses.

  • The Bible

  • What Do You Want For Your Children, Power of Intention, You’ll See It When You Believe It, Real Magic, and Manifest Your Destiny

    by Dr. Wayne Dyer

  • Awakening Loving-Kindness, When Things Fall Apart, Start Where You Are and The Places That Scare You

    by Pema Chodron

  • Conversations With God (Books 1-3)

    by Neal Donald Walsh

  • Experiments With Truth

    Gandhi’s Autobiography

  • Key To Yourself

    by Venice Bloodworth

  • Ask and It is Given

    by Esther and Jerry Hicks

  • Science of Mind and Creative Mind

    by Ernest Holmes

  • Losing Your Pounds of Pain

    by Doreen Virtue, Ph.D.

  • The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

    by Alan Cohen

  • Embracing the Beloved, Guided Meditations, and Explorations and Healings

    by Stephen Levine

  • The Highly Sensitive Person

    by Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D.

  • Many Lives, Many Masters

    by Brian L. Weiss, M.D.

  • In the Shadow of Man

    by Jane Goodall, Ph.D.

  • The Giving Tree

    by Shel Silverstein

  • Love, Medicine & Miracles

    by Bernie S. Siegel, M.D.

  • The Nature of Personal Reality: the Seth books

    by Jane Roberts

  • I Have Become Alive, A Book for the Mind, Mystery of the Mind and To Know the Knower

    by Swami Muktananda

  • The Power of Now and A New Earth by

    Eckhart Tolle

  • Grist For the Mill and Be Here Now

    by Ram Dass

  • True Love and You Are Here

    by Thick Nhat Hanh

  • The Tao of Abundance

    by Laurence Boldt

  • Family First and The Ultimate Weight Solution

    by Dr. Phil McGraw

  • The Prayer of Jabez

    by Bruce Wilkinson

  • How To Be An Adult In Relationships and Five Things We Cannot Change

    by Dr. David Richo

  • Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation

  • The Game of Life

    by Florence Scovel Shinn

  • Love and Living, Loving & Learning

    by Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D.

  • As a Man Thinketh

    by James Allen

  • Think and Grow Rich

    by Napoleon Hill

  • How to Win Friends and Influence People

    by Dale Carnegie

  • Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do and Self-Esteem

    by Dr. Robert Schuller

  • The Only Diet There Is

    by Sondra Ray

  • The Bhagavad-Gita

  • Gratitude: A Way of Life, I Can Do It, Empowering Women, and You Can Heal Your

    Life by Louise L. Hay

  • The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, The Path To Love, and Creating Affluence

    by Deepak Chopra

  • Return to Love and A Women’s Worth

    by Marianne Williamson

  • Awakening The Buddha Within

    by Lama Surya Das

  • A Quest for Truth

    by Eric Butterworth

  • Lessons in Truth

    by Emile Cady

  • Lessons in Truth

    by John Gray

  • Siddhartha

    by Hermann Hesse

  • Weight Loss For The MIND, Silent Power, Life Was Never Meant To Be A Struggle, Quickening, Affirmations and The Force

    by Stuart Wilde

  • Thin Within

    by Judy Wardell

  • Life Lessons

    by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross & David Kesler

  • Rich Dad, Poor Dad

    by Robert Kiyosaki

  • Gods In Disguise

    by Alan Walters

  • Living Deliberately

    by Harry Palmer

  • Emmanuel’s Books (1 & 2)

    complied by Pat Rodegast

  • A Stranger in a Strange Land

    by Robert Heinlein

  • The Teaching of Buddha by Bukkyo

    Dendo Kyokai

  • A Course in Miracles

  • The Seat of The Soul, Soul Stories, and The Heart of the Soul

    by Gary Zukav

  • Homecoming and Reclaiming Your Inner Child

    by John Bradshaw

  • Boundaries

    by Anne Katherine

  • Creative Visualization and Living in the Light

    by Shakti Gawain

  • Way of the Peaceful Warrior

    by Dan Millman

  • Walden

    by Henry David Thoreau

  • Anatomy of the Spirit

    by Caroline Myss, Ph.D.

  • Illusions and Jonathan Livingston Seagull

    by Richard Bach

  • What The Bleep Do We Know?

  • Circle of Stones, I Sit Listening to the Wind

    by Judith Durek

  • How To Get What You Want And Want What You Have

    by John Gray

  • Thoughts Without a Thinker

    by Mark Epstein, M.D.

  • Mutant Message Down Under

    by Marlo Morgan

  • Out On A Limb and Going Within

    by Shirley MacLaine

  • The Magic Of Believing

    by Claude M. Bristol