Hi! I’m Jessica. My story is intricate and complicated, but the gist of it is this: Since childhood I have been deeply connected to and interested in spirits and the spirit world, discovering spiritual truths and helping others apply these messages to their lives. I began reading tarot, interpreting dreams, learning about religion and spiritual philosophy at the age of nine. I’ve continued on with these practices in one form or another ever since. I became ordained in 2014. I believe everything has a spirit and that we can learn about divinity through the world around us. It’s my joy to light the way for others and to guide them on their spiritual and healing paths.
In my mind, spiritual wisdom is only useful if it applies to us in real time and affects our real life. The readings I channel and the guidance I share are down to earth as a result. The spirits have taught me that they will not override our free will or make our choices for us, so their messages are also empowering.
As for my work as an herbalist, it aligns spiritually. Symptoms are signs of imbalance, and herbs help us correct these imbalances. I have studied Western Herbalism and gained an understanding of the way the body works, and my practice combines this knowledge with folk herbalism. I work in the realm of energetic, utilizing your body’s natural wisdom for your healing. Getting the the root of your problem is part of this process and discovering any underlying issue is essential for bringing you back to a state of wellbeing.
I reside in Owatonna, Minnesota with my husband Chris and our two adorable cats Faye and Piper. I maintain a blog on this website, as well as a blog on Patheos Pagan called Night Owl Meditations, and I write regularly for Witch Way Magazine and am a guest columnist with the Owatonna People’s Press.
For information on my formal herbal education, check out the client bill of rights.
Where I’ve Been
Talking Tarot and Witchcraft on the Faith Talk Show
Connect with me on Facebook here
I’m an associate member of the American Herbalist Guild, and a member of United Plant Savers.