Yes, it is possible. But I recommend first starting with one program and making sure that you’re getting your desired results from it before attempting to add another program on top of it.
The idea is to open the main program you want to work with first. Each individual has a different sensitivity level to the energy, so you may need to either amplify the energy a bit or possibly reduce some amplification until you find the right amplification level for you. Then, and only then, should you consider adding another program on top of it. That way, if you add another program on top of it and notice that the energy isn’t working well for you, it’s easier to determine that the cause is due to the last program you added. Make sense?
Otherwise, if you try the “shotgun” approach and attempt to run four or five programs at a time, without having previously taken the time to carefully calibrate each program specifically to your requirements, how will you know which energies are combining well and giving you the results you desire and which ones aren’t? Make sense?
That said, I don’t typically run more than one program at a time. Otherwise, you might water down your results. It’s much better to focus on one to at most three programs at a time to keep your results more focused and precise.