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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Happy Halloween 2012!

May All Hallows Eve be fun, safe, and full of treats and delightful surprises for you and your family! 
Samhain Blessings, Jenny

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Two 'In Person' Events This Coming Weekend ~ 11/3 & 11/4

Please note: I have sadly cancelled from being at both of these events due to flu and throat issues.
Saturday, November 3rd: I'll be a Psychic Mediumship and Tarot reader at the Light Workers' Fair, Jamaica Healing Arts and Wellness Center in Jamaica, VT; 11am-4pm; call Margaret for more info: (802) 874-7201.

Sunday, November 4th: I'll be a Psychic Mediumship and Tarot reader for a Psychic Fair, Sheraton Smithtown; 110 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway in Long Island, NY; North Service Road of LIE Exit 53; call Mindy for more info: (631)-231-1100; 11am-5pm 

Hope to see YOU there!

Monday, October 29, 2012

Halloween Fundraising Seance!

Consider attending a seance when the 'VEIL IS SAID TO BE THE THINNEST!"

Wednesday, October 31st: I'll be one of the TNSA Mediums at the Halloween Open Spirit Circle (seance) at the
The National Spiritual Alliance (TNSA) in Montague, MA; Thompson Temple. Doors open at 6:30pm with Rules of the Circle announced at 7pm, and no one permitted to enter after 7:15pm. Fundraiser for TNSA. Admission fee is $10, payable at the door. No children under 16 years old. Anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Refreshments available after the Circle.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Two 'In Person' Events Next Weekend 10/27-10/28

I'll be facilitating readings at two, wonderful events next weekend!

On Saturday, October 27th I'll be a reader for a Psychic Fair at The National Spiritual Alliance (TNSA) in Montague, MA from 11am-4pm.

On Sunday, October 28th I'll be doing platform/gallery-style readings at Facilitating All Hallows Eve Psychic Fair in Warwick, RI. The event is 10am-6pm, and I am reading for 2 one-hour platform sessions at 11am and 2pm.

Hope to see YOU there! 

Friday, October 19, 2012

A Reading I Gratefully Received

The other evening I took part in a reading exchange that is generously set up by mediums for mediums. It's called Mediumship for Mediums (M4M). One of my beloved classmates at Fellowships Of The Spirit (FOTS), Jeff, told our class about this neat program that was developed by Alyson, a friend of Jeff's. If memory serves me, M4M came out of the desire for a class-full of mediums who took a workshop with James Van Praagh a few years back to stay in touch and exchange readings with each other on a regular basis. I've belonged to M4M for over a year now and always find the reading exchanges fun and fascinating.

The most recent reading exchange, however, was particularly memorable. The medium who facilitated my reading for me was gentle, articulate, and spot-on. Her messages had me at times in tears and were very profound. First she told me how my fiber art spinning, dyeing, and knitting...was created with so much love and fashioned with such deep, deep good will. Just as I get messages for upcoming clients that I'm going to read for (They 'knock' on my door, so to speak!) when I'm out in the dye studio/garage as I exercise on the Gazelle or when I am meditating, I equally tap into spiritual dimensions when I spin, dye, knit, and no doubt also when I do beadwork. Therefore, the finished pieces that I've worked on hold much more within them than what meets the eye.

She asked me if I had a dog who had crossed over. I told her I had two from when I was younger. Then she went on to explain a brown-furred dog of medium size. At first I didn't know who this dog was because Buns was an apricot-colored standard poodle and Cindy was a black mix. But then I got a clairvoyant picture (It pays to be psychic! LOL!) of a neighborhood dog named, "T," that I knew several years back. T was named as such apparently because of cream markings in the shape of a T on his chest. He seemed to be always outdoors, held on a way too-short chain, with a nearby shelter that was built for a dog half his size. He was the sweetest boy one could ever imagine. Every time I'd go to the post office I'd pass by his house and stop to talk and pet him. One day a thunderstorm had started on my way back from mailing a letter. The thunder was deafening and the lightening was non-stop. Poor T's whole body was shaking miserably and he was crying softly. I brought T close to my chest and wrapped his wet body up with my unzipped jacket. He tucked his head down into the warmth and eventually stopped shaking. My whole being cried for him. Another day the woman of the house stuck her head out the door and asked, "You want that dog?" I sooooooo would have loved to take him home, but that would have been unfair to Chris (who unfortunately grew up to be afraid of dogs) and to Chloe, our most excellent black cat. Sadly I told her I couldn't take her up on the offer. Soon after "T" was gone from the neighbor's house and I never saw him again. The medium who gave me my reading said that "T" walks with me always. I feel very honored and grateful for his companionship.

Finally, the medium asked me if I knew a Norwegian lady, or if I was Norwegian with ancestors from Norway. I said, "No, but my family landed from Europe in St. Paul, Minnesota in the 1800's where a lot of Scandinavians live." After awhile I realized that this woman, named "Marie," was the Guide that my other incredibly loving and helpful Guide, "Ken," had told me about who would be coming into my life. Here was a Guide who understood my love of color-patterned knitting and the beauty of spinning! Here was a Guide, who without a doubt, had already inspired me...seemingly out of the write up a proposal for a class that combined yarn spinning with meditation. NOW I understand why I spent a day writing this proposal and sending it out to various venues for consideration! At the time I didn't know what had come over me because I had recently stated to Chris, "I don't want to teach anymore. I have nothing to teach," etc.etc.etc. Ha! Famous last words, indeed, from a wounded warrior.

Thank you, Judith, for a truly wonderful reading!!!    

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Online "Gallery Style/Platform" Skype Reading Gatherings

On Tuesday, November 13th from 8pm - 9pm EST I am launching an exciting new type of Psychic Mediumship reading experience: Online "Gallery Style/Platform" Reading Gatherings for 5 people at one time via SkypeThis first 'test' Gathering will be entirely free for the 5 participants. Online Gatherings thereafter will be offered for a fixed donation of $10 per person. For one hour the 5 folks who are signed up will be connected online via Skype with me, as I facilitate readings throughout the hour for each person. These are not private readings for each person, but are akin to going to a small-group, Psychic Mediumship 'party' where readings are given to folks sitting together in the same room...except that for this online-style event, those signed up won't even have to leave their own home! Each person will get a short reading whilst the others listen in. Being at an event where platform readings are given is healing on many levels as often there are 'cross-over' messages, where one person gets a message but others can also relate to what is being said. It is important that those who sign up for this hour event stay connected for the entire hour. 

The computer requirements necessary to take part in this event are:
1) You must be a Skype customer (free and so worth it!) using a version which is 5.0 or higher.
2) A webcam is needed.
3) A broadband connection is needed.
As suggested on the Skype website: "For the best video quality, we recommend you use a high-speed broadband connection of 4 Mbps down/512 kbps up and a computer with a Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz processor. The minimum you'll need is a high-speed broadband connection of 512 kbps down/128 kbps up and a computer with a 1 GHz processor. Note: People with Skype video-enabled mobiles are currently able to join group video calls via voice only."

The 5 people to take part in this first online reading gathering will be those who first e-mail me with their desire to do so and who include their contact name on Skype. My e-mail address is: The first 5 folks will be listed below and I'll respond back to each person via e-mail. Only first names will be listed, unless a last name initial is needed to distinguish folks who have applied with the same first name. Thanks!

1. Dari
2. Noreen
3. Annie
4. Sangeeta/Ashtoreth
5. Alfred

Thank you!

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

In Person at Abundant Wellness Center

I have cancelled to be a reader at this event due to persistent laryngitis and flu symptoms. 
Next Saturday, October 13th, I'll be facilitating Psychic Mediumship and Tarot readings at the Psychic Fair being held at Abundant Wellness Center in Chicopee, Massachusetts; 11am - 4pm. For more info please call Carol at (413) 592-2828, or e-mail her at
Hope to see YOU there!

Rob Brezsny - Astrologer

My friend, The Herbalist, hipped me to yet another wonderful Astrologer that I'm excited to share with readers of my blog. His name is Rob Brezsny. And while I most often prefer 'full' astrological horoscopes that take into account my whole chart...such as what one can get for free at do love a witty, intelligently written, spot-on, Sun-sign-only horoscope, too.

You can get Rob's newsletter which includes his weekly horoscopes for free here: Rob Brezsny's Free Weekly Horoscopes. Nice!

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Tarot Musings

I've been a Tarot reader for about 7 years now. As a Psychic Medium, I offer to clients either Psychic Mediumship readings (without the use of cards or tools) and Tarot readings (a psychic reading using cards). Sometimes, if I'm nudged, I offer clients a combo of the two, but this usually is done for 'in-person' readings.

During the day I am a substitute teacher at a few different area schools. This day-job puts me in touch with all sorts of neat and interesting teachers and students. Not long ago I was with some older students and overheard a conversation where two girls were talking about Tarot cards. Actually, the word 'Tarot' was never said. The one gal talked about how her sister had cards with pictures on them and that she didn't understand how they 'worked,' but seemed very interested in them. Because I was right next to these students I piped up and asked, "Are you speaking about Tarot cards?" The one gal said, "Yes." The other, looking somewhat horrified, said, "My mom told me never to touch cards like that." Now I'm no fool. I realize that it's not my place to discuss that which I am and that which I do with kids in a school setting, but I felt it was safe and kosher to at least ask, "Why not?", regarding what the girl's mother had said. The girl just hunched her shoulders and said she didn't know why. The subject was then dropped, but later the gal who was interested in her sister's Tarot cards came looking in the board game closet for something. She asked me, "Do they have Tarot cards in here?" I said, "I doubt that very much." She looked further and then drifted off to do something else. Obviously I didn't share that I had a deck of Tarot cards in my purse!

The above scenario got me thinking about my own childhood. I would have NEVER felt safe to gravitate towards Tarot cards when I was a kid. For one thing, they seemed 'off limits' for a Catholic kid like me, whose mother would have banned such 'tools.' I don't think Ma would have gone so far as calling them 'tools of the devil,' but she may have come close. For another thing, I didn't know a single soul who used Tarot cards when I was a child. The cards simply weren't included in my world perspective as a child. In retrospect, back then neither my Ma nor I knew anything about what Tarot cards really are: a deck of cards with pictures on them that represent archetypal symbols and scenes dealing with all aspects of life, philosophy, myths, and more. No hocus-pocus. Certainly nothing that was dangerous in any way. However, since all in the world is connected to each other, above and below, it's no coincidence and no mistake the way the cards fall...

Then I got to thinking about how I had not long ago met a Minister/Psychic Medium who had developed her own oracle deck because she said that Tarot cards were too dark and negative to use with her clients. I didn't say anything outright to this woman but I thought, "WHAT on earth is she talking about?" Dark? For goodness sakes, did this Reverend and Psychic Medium ever actually study about Tarot cards at all? Did she not realize there are literally 1000's of decks to choose from and she could stay away from any theme deck that did not resonate with her? I have no issue that she wanted to develop her own oracle fact I think it's really cool...but the reason for why she stayed away from other Tarot cards boggles my mind. What cards is she talking about? The Death card? The Devil? The Ten of Swords? The Three of Swords? The Five of Cups? Does she not like (nor understand) when Pentacles is used as a suit because the symbol of Pentacles is not something she relates to in her life? These aren't 'bad' or 'negative' cards. They are addressing issues, just like all the Tarot cards...sometimes lifetime(s) issues and sometimes more mundane, day-to-day issues...that each one of us have dealt with or have to deal with. Would this 'reader' prefer that such issues get shoved under the covers, or pushed down deep inside the gut, where they are never talked about or released? Geesh. I, personally, would not want to go to a Psychic Medium/Tarot Reader who sugarcoats my readings. What would be the point of that? I would, however, want the 'reader' to ethically, compassionately, and honestly relay messages that were for my highest and best good.

Well, nuff said. I'll get off my Tarot soapbox for now. I do realize that not all of us are ready to deal with things that are difficult, not to mention hard (or even not hard!) to understand. Not all of us are at the same learning level and that's perfectly fine and dandy. In a nutshell, that's OK.  I'm not better than someone just because I do not have fears about Tarot and see the cards as tools for learning. I'm just glad that today I have worked to learn one or more things that I didn't know yesterday. Daily learning is a goal that I plan to incorporate the rest of my life.

However, all that said, I do believe that...speaking only for myself...the following quote is important to remember:

"The greatest ignorance is to reject something you know nothing about." ~ H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

In Person At Vision Of Light Church

Next Sunday, October 7th, I'll be a Visiting Minister at Vision of Light Church of Spiritualism and Healing in Hartland, VT; 10am-noon service; light pot-luck after service. Hope to see you there!

Monday, October 1, 2012

October's Free Reading

Calling all those who want to be in October's drawing for one free reading. The winner can choose between one 30-minute Tarot reading OR a 30-minute Psychic Mediumship reading. The reading will be via Skype or phone. An MP3 recording of the reading will be included as my gift to you, if one desires it.

How can you win this reading? Wait for my post each month, which will generally be on the first of the month. Either send me an e-mail ( OR comment on the blog post that has the free offer (include your e-mail address so I can contact you if you win). After a few days of having the free-offer-post up I'll put all names in a hat and pull the winner (my random decision on when this will happen). The winner will be on the post that the offer was on, using their first name only (along with last name initials, if needed to distinguish them from others with the same first name). I'll contact that person via e-mail to let them know that they have won. We'll schedule a reading for a day/time that's good for both of us. If you win, please do not enter the contest again for one year. Thank you!

If you do not win this month, your name will automatically go into the drawing for the following months, so no need to e-mail me each month to be included. If, for whatever reason, you don't want to be in future drawings do let me know, please.

The winner for October's free reading is: Shonna!