Telepathic Voice Ministry

I facilitate communication for people who cannot speak directly for themselves

  • Severely disabled Persons
  • Infants
  • People who are dying
  • People in comas
  • Stroke patients, etc.

You might imagine me like a cell tower. I receive and send messages.

I serve as a means by which non-verbal individuals can give and receive communication with loved ones, caregivers and medical professionals. Telepathic voice ministry sessions are different from intuitive readings. They are dialogues often very dynamic and interactive, revealing volumes of information.

As with my other work, I do not need to be not be in the same physical space as the person I am talking with. I do not require physical proximity to be effective. Such connections are happening in a realm that is outside of time and space as we think of it.

I can act as a voice for someone needing to communicate something – anything. People who have been very articulate and expressive find it devastating and frustrating to lose the ability to simply be heard and understood. Often a mere five minute visit with someone like me can be so soothing and validating for all.

I assist caregivers to provide personal care based on the individual needs and preferences of the non-verbal patient. How else could they know how to meet those needs?

I also help families to understand the big picture view of this disability. This big picture view can result in peace of mind for family members because it often answers troubling questions and relieves guilt. These telepathic conversations can also bring peace to family members by helping them to understand the soul’s journey in relationship to their loved ones condition.

You Can Help

Please pass along this information to any person, physician, or facility who may benefit from these services. I can only work with individuals by invitation – from a loved one, a care provider or the care facility.

  • Do you know someone who has a connection with a hospital, convalescent home, hospice, or care center?
  • Perhaps you know a physician or other care providers that might personally support this work?
  • Do you know any people or institutions on the cutting edge of patient care – people who might be open to engaging these dialogues to improve patient care?

If your answer is “Yes” to any of the above, please contact me, Jacquelyne, as I am eager to expand the range of impact for Voice Ministry.

Also, if you or those you know have anyone who would benefit from a Voice Ministry session, I am happy to help. Please feel free to pass along my contact information if you think it might be helpful.

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For Caregivers/Nursing Staff:

The children’s hospital was building a new wing for severely disabled patients. The designers hired me as a consultant for the project. It was my job to determine if the residents of the new facility, none of whom could speak, had particular needs or requests to make. Those needs would influence the new design.

Randy was a 21 year old male who would always be in diapers and confined to a crib. His body was the size of a small three year old. His legs and arms never did develop. Apparently his nervous system and brain did not develop properly either. The only sounds he could utter were limited to grunts and vowels.

Around his crib were many stuffed toys that matched the baby motif of his hospital room. Some how this young man with no opportunity to ever attend school or socialize or even read a book or look at pictures in a magazine somehow “knew” that he was not a baby. And he gave me very clear and matter of fact request by telepathic communication that he wanted the baby things removed.

By all appearances, Randy had been stuck in infancy. But the hospital staff, wanting to provide age appropriate images, was more than happy to make changes. It’s easy to understand how this could happen. How could they know the needs and preferences of this totally non-verbal patient? It requires an intuitive like me who can hear him expressing his needs.

I serve as a Liaison between the Disabled and their Families

Linda was only 47 when she had a debilitating stroke resulting in aphasia, rendering her mostly unable to form words in her mind or to say them clearly enough to be understood. Her sister and care provider Gayle called me about twelve weeks after the stroke because Linda, normally a happy, easy going person before the stroke was now obviously very angry and frustrated. Gayle knew that brain injuries and chronic pain can alter a person’s moods and personality but she suspected something more causing Linda to be so agitated.

I normally begin a Telepathic Voice session by telling the disabled person that I am here to help because I can hear and sense them unlike most people.

They can always tell that I have a strong desire to
deliver their messages.

I had planned on starting the session by telling Linda who I was and why I was on a conference call with her and Galye. But as soon as I said “Hi Linda, my name is Jacque” she blasted me energetically with the clear certainty she knew exactly who I was and why I was on the phone with her and her sister.

Immediately Linda let me know through intense feelings (both physical and emotional) that she was concerned about her daughter Maddie who was spending a lot of time with her father. Maddie was 19 and very naive, especially regarding her father.

Just before the stroke, Linda told me that she had been planning to show her daughter proof that her father had lost over $400,000 that was supposed to fund her college tuition. That money was gone. Maddie knew nothing about this.

Linda said to me through strong feelings and thought impressions that Maddie needed to ask her dad if he was sure that the tuition money was still available to finish her degree. And that she should insist that he show her the paperwork to validate it.

Gayle was stunned. She confirmed that Maddie’s father had been a millionaire with a bad gambling addiction (the primary reason Linda divorced him). He owed a lot of money and ran through large sums of cash regularly and was now pilfering Maddie’s education fund.

Once Linda was able to convey this act of treason, as she called it, Gayle reported that Linda calmed down considerably.

Her body visibly relaxed. Once we had this conversation Linda began to sleep and showed Gayle said, an obvious softening of her jaw and face.

It would be up to Gayle to talk with Maddie about this. Fortunately Maddie trusted Gayle and would believe her more than she would her dad.

I assist medical and care providers by communicating
needs of the disabled

Tamara was 31 years old, had suffered a severe brain injury. Confined to a bed in her brother’s home, she was on a feeding tube that was also used to administer medication. Her brother John called me because he was very close to Tamara. He noticed that since the doctors put in the new drip feed she was in great distress but he did not know what was wrong. John was serving as her primary care person, doing his best to keep her in his home. Tamara had started to shake her head in refusal every time he prepared the medicine. Then she began to grab at the tubes.

Tamara’s doctor refused to listen to his concerns. I” know what’s best for her. She needs this medication.” He next suggested that John tie her hands to the bed rails to prevent her from removing the feeding tube. I was not impressed.

John was wondering if this meant that she wanted to die, therefore refusing the medicine. So he called me. Early in the session I tuned in to Tamara. Please show me or tell me what you need. I waited a moment. I can see and hear you now, I told her telepathically.

“It’s that new medication!” Tamara impressed on me a
strong physical sensation of nausea.

My stomach felt sick with an odd sensation too of being drowned. Water boarding must be like this, pouring water down my throat when I can’t actually swallow.

I described all of this to John. Alarmed, he asked her what could he do. “Give that drip medication less often, in smaller amounts, a very small drip”, she said. Tamara had lost the ability to swallow normally. This drip forced fluid into her esophagus in a way that caused her panic with drowning sensations. And once the medication settled into her belly it caused nausea and irritation.

John was finally able to get a visiting nurse to listen to him and to adjust the drip for Tamara. The volume was reduced by 2/3 making it much easier for her to handle the forced application. Knowing that she was not being drowned by the drip medication made an enormous difference. “I still don’t like it, but it’s OK for now.”

Without this kind of personal dialogue, John would have no idea what was wrong or how to fix it.

For Loved Ones

Bonnie’s daughter Sima was only five when she fell on a school playground suffering a serious and permanent brain injury. Sima was nine when I first spoke with her.
Even though Bonnie was no where near the playground when it happened,
she suffered unrelenting guilt and self blame, using several different medications.

Bonnie called me because she was desperate to understand what went wrong, what horrible karma or mistake had she made to cause such an awful thing to happen to her precious and perfect daughter? “A mother is supposed to protect her baby”, she told me several times. The truth was that no one had been negligent. On the surface, it had simply been a tragic, freak accident.

Yet Bonnnie wanted the bigger picture or soul view point, her own and Sima’s, regarding this cruel turn of fate.

As soon as I connected with Sima during the reading
it was obvious that she was not suffering.

Though she had lost the ability to progress in age related development and had regressed in her speech and vocabulary, she was a happy and cheerful child.

Sima told me her amazing story. She was lively and animated as she shared with me mostly through lively visual stories, her soul history. Sima revealed how we were witnessing the result of her soul decision to be in this condition.

I could not be certain the number, but she assured me through her “picture stories” that she had had well over 700 lifetimes. Almost all of them involved hard physical labor from an early age with loneliness and isolation. She had frequently been a slave and a servant. She had often been placed in harsh boarding schools. Sima’s lives were in sterile, unloving, impersonal and often abusive environments.

To undo this pattern, Sima came into this body and this life knowing that she would experience love and being cherished. She would be well cared for. For her fulfillment meant being a small child, held forever in the arms of a mother and father who would never demand or expect anything more of her than just being their little girl, funny, beautiful and precious.

She did not intend specifically to suffer severe brain damage. She certainly did not want to be a burden on her parents financially or emotionally. She did not anticipate those ramifications. Sima had simply been determined to remain a little girl to be taken care of and adored. A life where no one would be disappointed or harsh with her.

These parents were caring and devoted and fortunately had the financial means to care for Sima all her days. The heart and soul of Sima were satisfied and felt very rewarded by this life. She was happy, joyful, had many interests.

Sima told me her job would always be to have fun and be happy.
“Who else can say that?”

Her parents however anguished every day about Sima’s limitations and challenges. Yet Bonnie remarked to me how sweet, fun and pleasurable every day had been with Sima. Understanding Sima’s choice to not be severely handicapped and retarded, but to remain her little girl, happy and in the state of wonder and discovery that most five year olds have, helped Bonnie to heal her heart and to honor her daughters decision as a sentient Being.