Jennifer was in her 40s when she experienced a traumatic brain injury. What originally started as debilitating, racking pain, soon turned out to be a blessing in disguise; one that forced her to stop and look at life from a new perspective. This allowed her to see the light she used to contain and set her on a journey of reconnecting to her more authentic self.
With questions swarming in her head, she asked the first one. “Why did this happen?” As she continued to ask questions, she found answers that went as far back as her childhood. These answers inspired more questions, such as “how did she know certain things before they happened?” “How did she see and hear things that others could not?” “How does she feel and know the energy of someone else even if she's miles apart from them?”
Where there were questions, there were answers. Those answers led her on a path of self-discovery, healing, and now sharing her experiences with others.
Jennifer is a mother of two and a Licensed Massage Therapist. Her 18 years of experience include extensive training in Western and Eastern modalities. She taught massage and ethics for eight years and owned her practice for six years.
As a child, Alexander was well connected to spirituality and his faith. To him, it was natural, inherent even, to believe in Jesus, angels, and the light and love of humanity. He never questioned this, as he could see and feel the presence of these spiritual and higher vibrational beings.
Alexander comes from a mixing of religious backgrounds that have allowed him the freedom to define who he is, and how he chooses to show his authentic self. He co-authored Take On God with Jennifer Maag, his mother, after going through a spiritual awakening. He describes spiritual awakening as the process by which he achieved a sort of enlightenment, one that has led to a boost in self-respect while providing feelings of self-acceptance.
He discusses past life traumas and how these affected his relationships with family, friends, and peers around him, while simultaneously discussing the correlation between past and present life traumas, and the process by which he was able to cope and heal these issues. Alexander shares an experience that is vulnerable, but optimistic. Overall he feels humbled by these experiences and hopes that by telling his story, he can inspire others to share theirs as well.
In his free time, Alexander enjoys time spent with family and friends and time spent at the beach. He loves to read, write poetry, and cook.