Spirit Communication with Spirit Portraits
During a Spirit Communication Reading Janette will be working as an Evidential Medium and connect with those around who have passed into the Spirit world. She will bring evidence of their lives as well as any pertinent messages she receives from them. In addition she will sketch a portrait during the reading as you watch. In some cases she will be inspired to make the sketch before the reading takes place. Janette does not see the Spirit face as she is sketching – her drawings are more automatic in nature.
Janette was first fascinated by Spirit Portraits during her time studying in England in 2007 and is thrilled when Spirit is able to connect to their loved ones in this way. Spirit Portraits, also known as Mediumistic Portraiture, are a type of Spirit Art and are considered highly evidential of survival of consciousness. In most cases, the portrait will be completed in a couple of minutes while you observe and an audio file of the Spirit Communication reading will be provided to you. The primary goal of these readings is to prove the survival of consciousness. Although Janette cannot guarantee the portrait will be recognized, the majority of people recognize the portrait as someone who has passed into the Spirit World. Learn how to prepare for a reading.
Spirit Art Gallery
Below are examples of sketches drawn during a spirit communication reading. Families send in the photo after the reading.
Come with an open mind. Answer “Yes” or “Maybe” if what you are hearing makes sense to you. If something does not make sense then it is ok to say so. Often times you will gain additional understanding when you listen to the audio file at a later time or after doing some research. Spirit Communicators most often communicate about themselves and their relationship to you. They occasionally offer suggestions or advice, but most often simply let you know that they are ok. In some cases, they apologize or ask for forgiveness. Janette does her best to communicate exactly what she is receiving and not embellish the information.