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Thursday, May 30, 2013

Two "In Person" Happenings 6/1 And 6/2

This coming weekend I'll be facilitating Psychic Mediumship and Tarot readings at two different venues, one in southern Vermont and one on Long Island, NY. They are as follows:

On Saturday, June 1st I will be giving readings in person at Equilibrium on 14 Elm Street, Brattleboro, VT from 12:00 pm (noon) - 6 pm. Each 20-minute reading will be $25 and will be booked on the half-hour. There may be some room for walk-ins, but to insure a spot, please book ahead of time. When you call or e-mail me, I'll let you know if the time slot you want is available, and what slots are left to choose from. To book a reading, please e-mail me: spinningjenny57@hotmail.com or call me at 802-368-7217.

On Sunday, June 2nd I will be giving readings in person at a Long Island Psychic Fair located at the Huntington Hilton (Hilton LI Huntington); RT. 110, Melville, Exit 49 S LIE or Exit 32 N on Southern State; 11 am - 5 pm; for info please call 516-781-4954.

Hope to see YOU at one of these locations!

Thursday, May 23, 2013

"In Person" Happening On 5/26/13

On Sunday, May 26th I'll be facilitating Tarot and Psychic Mediumship readings for a Connecticut Psychic Fair at the Danbury Maron Hotel in Danbury, CT; 11am-6pm; (203) 791-2200; 42 Lake Ave Extension/ Mill Plain Rd - I-84, Exit 4, turn right for 1/2 mile - next to Stop and Shop; For more information: (203) 470-1806. Hope to see you there!

Monday, May 20, 2013

Guest Of "Journey Into The Light" On 5/21/2013

Tonight's Show has been canceled due to the tornado that devastated Oklahoma. The host and his family are safe but their home has suffered major damage. Please send prayers and good wishes their way.
I'll be a guest of Michael Long on Blogtalk Radio's "Journey Into The Light" on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 from 9pm - 10pmish EDT. Listening to the show is absolutely FREE. No downloading is necessary. Just click on the arrow at the time of the show and listen in. The link is: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/journeyintothelight
For my segment, Michael will be interviewing me about a variety of things.The show will include having me facilitate readings for those who call in. The first two readings are FREE. Those who request a reading beyond that will be asked to pay a $25 fee to Journey Into The Light to help underwrite keeping the show on the air. Information about how to sign up for a reading will be clearly given on the show. Please do consider being one of the folks who request a reading! Thank you!!

Friday, May 17, 2013

"In Person" Happening On 5/19/13

On Sunday, May 19th, 2013, I will be facilitating Psychic Mediumship and Tarot readings at a Connecticut Psychic Fair held at the Greenwich Hyatt in Greenwich, CT; 11am-6pm; (203) 637-1234; Exit 5, turn right 1 mile, 1800 E. Putnam Ave.; For more information: (203) 470-1806. Hope to see YOU there!

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Uplifting Each Other

Something that has entered my awareness of late in a big way has to do with folks putting someone in their place. This happens in various ways but one of the most insidious is when a person feels it's their duty to make sure another person doesn't get too big of a head. I wonder why someone feels they have the right to take on this unasked-for job. For one thing, it assumes that the person who has achieved some sort of success isn't capable of managing their own ego. Who would even want the "knock 'em down a peg" kind of job? And if so, why? 

Here's a story from my own life where I was on the receiving end when someone I loved took on the job described above. Believe it or not it was on the actual joyous day I graduated with a BA from the University of Detroit in Art Education. The year was 1981. 

The only reason I was able to go to college was because there was governmental and institutional help in the form of grants for folks who didn't have the financial resources to go on to higher education. These grants were NOT loans. The funds imparted did not have to be paid back. They were based on need and someone's decision that I would succeed if given half a chance. Soon after the Carter administration, grants such as what I was gifted were booted right out the door, never to return. (Well, I'm reminded to say, "Never say never.") Around the second year of my 4-year college stint, I did have to take out a couple of loans to help pay for housing/books/supplies, but that was nothing in comparison to the debt students are saddled with today. Also, I worked several work-study jobs during the 4 years. Because my parents hadn't the means to help with my higher education, Chris and I paid back these loans over the course of the next ten years.

So on the day I walked down the aisle to receive my diploma...a diploma that stated clearly that I had graduated Magna Cum Laude...my own Ma said after the event, "Don't think your s_ _t doesn't stink just because you have a degree." I can still hear the tone of voice this was said in to me. The pain is still felt all these years later, even as I type this. What does this say about me? After all these years I can honestly say 'nothing.' What does this say about her? Plenty. No need to dissect that now, but when we are reminded that words can cut like knives, that's no joke.

The proverbial apple didn't fall far from the tree when it was related that my own brother said to one of my sons, upon hearing that my first book, "Spinning Around," was finally published after 5 years of hard work, "Big deal." To this day I have not gotten one word of encouragement or otherwise from this brother regarding my book.

But what about when nothing is said to someone who achieves something good? I can tell you from personal experience that nothingness can be just as painful. Noticeably not acknowledging something, especially when such nothingness is calculated and is not a matter of simple negligence, just because a person feels it's their job to keep the other person's ego in check, is uncaring, hurtful, and can have long-lasting impact in a negative way. Plus, it truly only says something about the person who has taken on this nasty job. It says nothing about the person who has achieved something.  BTW, it matters not if the ego-blasting-person feels that what the other person achieved is truly good or not. What matters is that unconditional love and uplifting did NOT occur.

Please know that if there's any finger-pointing here, I'm not leaving myself out as totally innocent. I, too, have no doubt taken on the ego-blasting job during various moments in this life. However, now that I've come to terms regarding how unkind and unfair such a job is, I shall try not to let it muck up any further relationships ever again. I have no right whatsoever to even attempt to knock someone down a peg.

Let's consider stopping this nonsense and uplifting each other. Let's be happy for others. Let's always find the good in another person. It's in there. Find it! Let's applaud them for their efforts and achievements. Let's do our part to help the other person feel better about themself.  

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Brattleboro, VT "In Person" Happening 6/1/13

On Saturday, June 1st I will be giving Psychic Mediumship and Tarot readings in person at Equilibrium on 14 Elm Street, Brattleboro, VT from 12:00 pm (noon) - 6 pm. Each 20-minute reading will be $25 and will be booked on the half-hour. There may be some room for walk-ins, but to insure a spot, please book ahead of time. When you call or e-mail me, I'll let you know if the time slot you want is available, and what slots are left to choose from. To book a reading, please e-mail me: spinningjenny57@hotmail.com or call me at 802-368-7217.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Guest Of "Journey Into The Light" On 5/13/2013

I'll be a guest of Michael Long of Blogtalk Radio's "Journey Into The Light" on Monday, May 13, 2013 from 9pm - 10pmish EDT. That's this coming Monday! Michael's spiritual show has been on nightly for four years and has a big following. Listening to the show is absolutely FREE. You can find out how to be reminded about when Michael's shows air and who is on each show at this link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/journeyintothelight 
Quite a few well-known and much-respected Mediums have been featured, and some are regular guests on the show, including one of my beloved instructors when I was in seminary at Fellowships of the Spirit in Lily Dale, Rev. Greg Kehn. 
For my segment, Michael will be interviewing me about all sorts of things, including how I came to be a professional Psychic Medium and Ordained Spiritualist Minister. The show will include having me facilitate readings to those who call in. Those who request a reading will be asked to pay a $25 fee to Journey Into The Light to help underwrite keeping the show on the air. Information about how to sign up for a reading will be clearly given on the show. Please do consider being one of the folks who request a reading! Thank you!!

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Feeling Trapped

A few weeks ago a longtime psychic medium gave me a phone reading. The reading was profound on many levels but it really hit-the-target when a past life revealed that I had been in a gypsy family which prevented me from being able to physically leave the confines imposed by the family members, and thus I was not allowed to fully live my own life. After the reading I began pondering how this past life situation has played out in my current life. The bottom line? It's played out in a BIG way. I chatted about this with a good friend of mine and she, too, was blown away by the importance of how feeling trapped has surfaced in my life.

One big example of how I've reacted to feeling trapped in the past showed up when my Ma was so advanced in Alzheimer's that she could no longer live in her own place, nor could she remain even in an assisted living facility. My brothers and I were faced with the fact that Ma was going to need the full-time care of a nursing home. This all occurred when Chris and I were living in Middletown, Connecticut with our two boys. One son was 8 years old and the other son was going on 15 years old.The older child was experiencing major health issues (that are ongoing to this day) and the younger was not having the best of times in 2nd grade. Chris was knee deep in a Master's Degree program and working every odd job Wesleyan University could give him. I was working in an administrative office at the same university. We needed every penny that Chris and I made in order to financially stay afloat.

I flew to Michigan, where my Ma and two brothers lived at the time, to see what I could do to help find the right place for Ma to reside. A few weeks went by and lots of difficult pavement-pounding and conversations occurred. Ma had very little money and trying to find the best facility under such circumstances was nothing short of a lesson in frustration. Chris called me more than once and said that I was needed at home. I could totally understand him wanting me home, but my plea to leave Michigan and fly home to Connecticut fell on deaf ears, specifically with one brother. I cannot drive myself due to my inability to cope with little-to-no-depth-perception, so renting a car was out. Even contemplating hiring a cab to get me to the airport made me nervous, wondering if I had enough cash on me to even afford such an idea. Finally, I was allowed to leave. ALLOWED TO LEAVE! This feels absurd for a grown woman to even write let alone experience. Once on the plane, I vowed to myself to never, ever get myself in such a trapped predicament again. This serious vow has kept me from ever visiting my brother (the other brother crossed over in '98) at his home, especially by myself. Sad. 

As I discussed my gypsy past life with my friend, we noticed how over the years I've never felt comfortable staying in any one place too long. Even with this lovely house-in-the-woods I've lived in for some time now, I always have talked of moving...somewhere...anywhere. I have finally realized that I have hardly allowed myself to fully savor this sweet home over the years we've been here. No more! Knowing about a past life can shed an amazing light on how one acts in their current life. One thing I'm going to aim for is to truly appreciate the moment; the NOW! I'm going to allow myself to enjoy where I live, and realize that I'm not trapped anymore. I can stay put if I so choose and not feel unsafe for doing so. If we want to move it'll be because it's a positive, forward movement, not just because we're feeling antsy. I can make choices to stay out of situations and away from people that take away my freedom. I can plant a garden and plan on enjoying the fruits of my labor. I can put up curtains that I have chosen! And that's just what I've done this spring!!! I've put up white, lacy curtains...a symbol that we love this home we live in, this life we have made. Nice.

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

May's Free Reading

Calling all those who want to be in May'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? Either send me an e-mail (
spinningjenny57@hotmail.com) 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 May's free reading is: Kristen T. D.