In-person readings are for people who are in the local NYC/NJ area. If you live in or will be visiting the NJ, NYC area and would like an in-person reading, please e-mail Jane for price/availability to schedule a reading.
To schedule a phone reading, please e-mail Jane and give the day and time you would prefer. Psychic Parties
Jane is available for those, in the NJ area, who would like to have a special gathering at their home for a group of their friends to all have readings. To schedule a Psychic Party, please e-mail Jane for price/availability and arrange a time and place in advance. Please give at least 3 weeks notice and have 5 or 6 people for readings before scheduling a Psychic Party.
The Paranormal is Normal
If you have an unexplainable or frightening paranormal experience,what can you do? You probably couldn't call the average doctor, pyschologist or clergyman. They would probably not understand your experience or worse, condemn you for it. Perhaps, the only thing you could do would be to keep silent about it or try to find someone who understands parapsychology.
As a psychic and educator of parapsychology, I have heard from many people who have been laughed at or told they were crazy for having the psychic experience. Having these experiences can be frightening, just because it is so different. Someone's reaction to your experience can add to your frightening feelings and cause you to deny it ever happened. A paranormal experience often forces a person to adjust his or her beliefs. Our identity is derived from our beliefs, so even our image of ourselves may have to change. This can be a very difficult thing to change and is often the core reason for being skeptical. If you have an experience, it is best not to think you are going crazy. According to a recent Gallup Poll,sixty percent of our population have experienced some sort of psychic experience. Some cultures around the world include psychic phenomena as part of their belief system. If we label people who believe or report psychic experiences as crazy, then we are assuming whole cultures who believe in psychic phenomena to be mentally unbalanced. It is important to realize that sanity is defined by what a culture believes is normal behavior. So based on the fact that the majority of the population in our culture believes in the existence of psychic phenomena, couldn't we then label the non-believers crazy? If you have an experience that needs explanation or validation , seek out a knowledgeable person in the field or you can address you questions to me either by e-mail or on our message board.