Welcome Friends, to the official website of Janet Nohavec
“Death is just a doorway to a greater experience of life.”
Welcome. Although I was born a medium, I spent a good part of my life not knowing what the greatest God-given gift I had was. For the past 14 years I have been privileged to present to the public my gift of mediumship. Like many of the great seers, mystics and mediums of the past I treasure my gift. It is an honor to connect you to the higher side of life. With all of my heart I know we go on from here, that life is continuous. Those on the other side are just waiting for me to paint them back to life. May you find comfort here. May you feel safe to explore what for you may be your first encounter with a medium.
When I first began my work, mediumship held a great stigma of fear, fear of the unknown. I myself, having been a former Roman Catholic nun, questioned what was brought full circle to me. God gave me a rare gift to use. To be used with integrity and courage. To dispel the darkness only one evidential medium need show the way. May you also feel confident and fearless enough to search for the truth within your own heart.
My hope is that you will find my website informative. We have listed resources for the bereaved. If your heart is grieving the loss of a loved one may we provide hope and validation that love goes on.
We have also provided class information. My method of teaching is clear-cut. I train those I teach to be extremely evidential mediums, a process which takes time and dedication. We have also provided links to The Journey Within Spiritualist Church, a church I started from a small dream in 1996.
Live your life to the fullest. It is a wonderful journey. In the school of life may you look its challenges squarely in the face. God is never far away. You also have a host of helpers, angels, guides and your departed loved ones who walk with you every day. Do not miss out on their help and guidance.
James Dillet Freeman, poet laureate, said: "I look at the clouds and see angels, some say silly old man who sees angels in clouds, I say how sad for those who see clouds and not angels”
Fellow traveler, may peace be with you. Janet