This class was recorded on 25 September.
Are you interested in learning how to connect with your ancestors in a new way? To ask questions you always wanted to ask? Have you done any guided writing before? Do you like writing prompts?
In this webinar I am going to teach you a few ways to tap into what your ancestors and guides have to say. We will look at this through a research/project planning lens and also the spiritual lens. I will be sharing stories of how I discovered guided writing, how I connected (which may surprise you!) and what it has done to help me grow, change, and find answers to my life and genealogical questions. I will also share how it has helped me heal and heal my ancestors.
You will walk away with a worksheet detailing how to tap into this and the examples I share so you can play with this new way to connect.
A replay will be available if you cannot attend live.
Meet Your Guide on this Journey
Hello! I'm Jennifer!
I’ve been on a conscious personal healing journey for more than a decade. My journey began while researching & writing about my family & military history. My military ancestors helped me dive deeper into my personal & ancestral trauma to heal.
By 2015 my healing journey & military work allowed me to travel in Europe & create a life both there & in Chicago. I became embedded in Dutch society, life, relationships, healthcare, politics, culture, got a deep dive into grief when I became a caregiver to someone I was in a relationship with & more, which gave me a unique perspective on our world & the layers of trauma we each carry, no matter where we live. Each experience I had in Europe gave me awareness & puzzle pieces for my healing & the healing of our ancestors & the collective. Puzzle pieces & awareness I can now share with you.
We are all connected no matter where we live, what our culture is, what our trauma has been….when one heals, we all heal.
Explore more of my military research work, over six years of articles, record examples, videos, and all the books I've written at the WWII Research & Writing Center.