Who are Jennie’s guides?
In 2001, I placed myself and my channeling gifts in the service of spirit guides who call themselves Spotted Eagle, Grandfather White Elk and White Buffalo. I think what sets my guides apart is their deeply practical perspective, one that doesn’t ask us to rely upon belief in what cannot be demonstrated in tangible improvements in our quality of life. They dispute the validity of many popular New Age precepts, such as the Ask-Believe-Receive model for manifesting, the “Law of Attraction” and positive thinking.
Spotted Eagle tells us that survival fear is biological. Our Stone Age psychology, designed to help us anticipate threats on the ancient savannahs, employs the imagination in ways that are deeply destructive to our well-being in modern times. He offers insight into how we can reclaim dominion over the anxious mind. His emphasis is on tools that anchor our awareness in the present moment, where we are able to live our authentic lives.
Grandfather White Elk offers us teachings that focus on unconditional love and joyfulness. He tells us that fear works insidiously to erode our connection to the love that we are. Grandfather teaches us that our issues and fears describe the places where we have invested our power and energy in the fears and fantasies which create significant blocks to health, loving relationships and material well-being.
White Buffalo offers us profound methods for developing a holistic, pragmatic understanding of our energy, and how it intersects with the Earth plane in a human “body-psyche complex” in this lifetime. He has developed highly sophisticated methods and practices that help to demystify metaphysics and give us useful metaphors that explain how our energy actually works.