Today I have the great pleasure of chatting with Jessica Sisco from http://spiritualreadingsnj.com/
Jessica is a Psychic Medium and Energy Healer with extensive training in both!
She was born blind but does not allow that to define her, and I'm privileged to be chatting with her today!
Jessica, thank you so very much for taking time out of your busy day
to chat with me, let's cut to the chase and get started!
When did you first realize that you were a medium?
Although I had a couple of experiences during childhood, I didn’t begin to sense the spirit world again until I was in my 20’s. At the time, I was studying social work when spirits began to visit with me and try to communicate. Although I knew what mediumship was, I didn’t put myself in that category. I thought that mediums were highly evolved spiritual beings, and I was just an ordinary college student.
When did you know that it was your calling, and what inspired you to start your business?
After graduation, I looked for a job and prepared to apply to graduate programs like most of my peers. However, my heart wasn’t really in it.
I felt that I was intuitive, but I wasn’t ready to work as a psychic or a medium. After a reading with a local medium, the seeds were planted. I tried to put it aside, but my soul wouldn’t let me. I began to research teachers who could help me to develop my abilities so that I could learn to manage them. After attending my first mediumship
class in 2015, I knew that this was my calling. As for what inspired me to start my business, it was always my goal to work in my own private practice.
What is the most popular type of reading with customers?
Currently, mediumship readings seem to be more popular.
How have things changed for you during the pandemic, and how have you adjusted?
At the beginning of the pandemic, my business definitely slowed down.
I’ve adjusted by supplementing my income, increasing my online presence, and having more patience with myself.
Are some readings more draining or demanding than others?
There are definitely some readings that are more emotional than others. For example, when a spirit comes through who committed suicide, their loved ones are often
filled with guilt and want to know why it happened. Even my social work textbooks don’t have a simple answer to that question. Another emotional type of reading is when a spirit comes through to apologize for something that they did or said when they were still alive.
What do you love the most about what you do?
I enjoy facilitating reunions between clients and their deceased loved ones. I also enjoy helping the living and deceased to feel seen, heard, and understood.
Any parting words of advice for our readers in these difficult times?
It’s important for people to remember that they are not their limitations, conditioning, or traumas. I want people to know that they are loved unconditionally by those in the spirit world. Lastly, I want people to learn to recognize and follow their inner guidance.