BUSINESS & LIFE FACILITATION
I stumbled across Jennifer quite serendipitously while scrolling through Facebook and my life has never been the same since. Her unique outlook and transparency connected with me immediately. After watching just one presentation, I knew I needed to work with her. We’ve been working together 1:1 for a few months now and not only have I grown as a person, my bookshelf has grown too! The resources she shares and recommends are priceless, and I’ve learned so much about who I am and where I’m going and what I’m here to do thanks to working with Jennifer. I highly recommend her: not just as a genealogist, but as mentor/coach/etc. ~~ R.J.
Basics of Ancestral Lineage Healing Webinars
Jennifer evokes memories that may have been hidden in the past. Family premonitions, sixth senses that were suppressed as a child or family, stories of ghosts, and other other worldly thoughts. Whether you believe any these or not doesn’t matter. What matters is it reminds you of family stories that are interesting and worth remembering. ~ ~ ~ ~D.M.
BUSINESS & LIFE FACILITATION
One of my goals for 2018 was to be more open to new experiences and opportunities. I learned about Access Consciousness from Jennifer Holik and consulted with her to run my bars to give me a read about the energy that was surrounding me. After our session, I felt like a big weight had been lifted from me and let the energy guide me in my personal and work decisions. Jennifer helped me gain an awareness that must have been there all along, but I had been blocking it. She was able to sense things I thought about and felt but never told anyone. From our consultation, I emerged with a new way of looking at all of people and decisions which have brought me to where I am now, and I am listening more intently to what the universe is telling me about each new opportunity or choice that presents itself. ~~~Lisa
Book Writing, Master Classes, and 1-1 Support (Facilitation)
If you are involved at all with trying to follow and understand your family’s journey related to loved ones who served in the military, I highly recommend working with Jennifer. Jennifer is passionate about helping people with their journey–whether is it doing research, trying to understand the impact on the family, or putting thoughts and findings to pen and paper. All of the webinars I have participated in have been fun, interesting, and useful.
For over 20 years I have been trying to learn about my uncle who was MIA in Europe during WWII. At first, I thought my quest was to learn all the facts and details about where he was, what he did, and what happened to him. What I have started doing along the way–and why I appreciate Jennifer so much–is delving into the equally compelling and more important story about the impact of my uncle’s loss on the family. In many cases, I knew things from my own memories and previous conversations with relatives that I had not connected to the war. After going through a Master Class with Jennifer based on the book Reconciliation with War, I was able to connect the dots and get a much better picture of what the collective family had been going through. Jennifer is now helping me edit the draft of a book about my uncle’s story and the impact on the family. I greatly appreciate her insight and expertise.
Besides being knowledgable, Jennifer is friendly, warm, and genuine. I enjoy working with her and now consider her a good friend.
5th Infantry Division Research, Travel, and Book
From Hill 183 to the Bulge
My father was an officer in the Army during World War II – a first lieutenant and later a captain. He served in the 5th Infantry Division, 10th Infantry Regiment, Company E. Before working with Jennifer Holik what little I knew about his time in the Army was that he was wounded in the Hedgerows of Normandy, then recovered in time to serve under Patton in the Bulge. Now I know that he saw some of the heaviest combat on the front lines of the European Campaign. Like most World War II combat veterans he rarely said anything about his time in the war. Occasionally he opened up around other veterans, and our family was able to get small glimpses of what he went through. But that was it. He went to war in his twenties and spent the rest of his life – more than fifty years – carrying those memories.
I was so blessed to have found Jennifer. Like so many other GIs most of my father’s records were destroyed in a fire at the National Archives in St. Louis in the 1970s. Jennifer found and researched available records for my father’s units to piece together the story of where he was and what he was involved in. She was critical to my finally learning where my father was wounded so I could visit the area of the Battle for Hill 183 in Normandy. She found genealogical information from the early part of the 1900s about my family, and crucial information about my father during the war. This all resulted in a book she patiently co-wrote with me about my Dad that instantly became a family heirloom. I can’t think of a better experience to not only answer my own questions but to tell my father’s story – and really the similar stories of so many other World War II combat veterans.
Thank you, Jennifer – once again.
Paul W. Hadley