Hello! As much as I would love to do an introduction video, time is not my friend at the moment so I thought I would just do some writing about who I am and what it is that I do.

If you have been reading my blog then you know my name is Jenn. I am not just a paranormal investigator, but I am also a medium, reiki master/teacher, LaHoChi Practitioner, crystal healer, certified coach, CCMA (Certified Clinical Medical Assistant), author and a full-time nursing student as well as working on my yoga certification through Yoga Renew. Eventually I would love to be a death doula and work with Hospice patients and possibly a teacher in the nursing field.

You might be wondering what in the world made me decide to go back to school to become an RN and the main reason, my husband has a lung disease and he asked that I be his caretaker, the second reason, there aren’t many positions open for CCMA and 3, it’s been a dream of mine to be a nurse.

I currently live in Florida, Ocala to be exact and I am originally from Indiana. This is where I did the majority of investigations. 

When I have time I enjoy blogging and reading. Right now, what I am reading is a lot of medical books. I am getting ready to start third semester and this is the semester we have clinical. Mental Health and fundamentals which also includes Pharmacology and Med Math.

About a week ago I did my recertification for my BLS (Basic Life Support) and while sitting in class things started to move and not one person was next to the material that was falling. I will say that earlier that morning a thought of wouldn’t it be funny if something paranormal happened at school? It’s interesting how a thought can be picked up and delivered. 

Some of the students know I am a medium as well as some staff and they are okay with this. Which makes my life easier but at the same time it’s not a topic I go into at school. Does this mean I am going to stop doing mediumship readings or any other type of reading that I have done in the past and running a business? No, I will still continue to do all the things I did before, but it won’t be as much while in school.

I have traveled quite a bit and because of these travels I have met a lot of interesting people and I have read for a lot of people from different parts of the world.

If you have any questions or would like to know more about a topic please let me know and I will do my best to talk about or write about that topic or answer questions.

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For the longest time, the idea of being called a psychic used to make me chuckle. I assumed that everyone had dreams that unfolded in reality, possessed an innate knowing of things unspoken, or casually interacted with spirits. My grandmother’s advice was always straightforward: if you encountered a spirit, ask them what they wanted. Little did I know that this nonchalant perspective would undergo a profound shift in 2010, marked by the passing of my cousin. In the events leading up to that moment, I received glimpses, a forewarning of sorts, about what was to transpire
Since that pivotal year, I’ve embraced what comes naturally to me—I was born a medium, born a psychic. The puzzle pieces of my abilities fell into place, bringing with them a heightened sense of responsibility. Engaging in numerous investigations and connecting with others who shared similar experiences, I discovered a community of kindred spirits. Some embraced their abilities, while others feared acknowledging or had shut down their gifts, seeking ways to reopen that connection. It was in these moments that people turned to me for learning, healing, and closure.
I recognized that every facet of my life had uniquely prepared me for this juncture. I intimately understood pain, loss, the struggle for acceptance, the yearning to belong, and the solitary path of self-reliance.
I didn’t want others to navigate the challenges I faced, but if they did, I wanted to be a guiding light, helping them overcome obstacles, pain, rejection, and fear. This, fundamentally, is my “why” behind what I do.
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