Less than two weeks prior to her transition, Jayne Fletcher climbed her final steps to clarity on Earth with her son, divinely timed as usual, before her rise to clarity in the Heavens. Her growth and light were extraordinary and her learning immense. She longed to share them.
Jayne shared her pride with me via text…“I have never been more proud of myself. Never. Never in my entire life. I’m so proud of my accomplishments I’ve made in my life, to bring me to where I am today. It’s incredible. I am blessed and I am fortunate for all that is. Thank you.”
This first quote was the text she sent me when she reached the top of the physical steps of the tower she climbed, facing a long standing fear. I share her words and story as the Inspirologist with you to allow your heart to grow and expand as hers did.
“I’m so clear on my dream and when I spoke it out loud, I was inspired by my own strength, clarity and direction.” The Inspirologist
When I first met Jayne only a year ago, I was immediately drawn to her. We were being invited to work in a spiritual healing center and create our own network of clients. We both spoke of our current status of life transition, leaving jobs unexpectedly and knowing it was clearly to do the work our soul craved. Yet, it was scary and unstable and a huge risk. And we were waist deep in working to make things work while embracing the faith we believed we needed to move forward living a trust based life. But the truth was, we couldn’t get ourselves to do anything else.
Our connection was instant and my trust of her and in her was an enormous gift from the start. She made it easy. She laughed at my jokes, understood my intense emotions and shared my passion for hope. It was clear we were meant to work together.
“Love is our survival. We seek it for so many reasons, but the primary is acceptance.” -The Inspirologist
As our friendship grew, so did our self love. We took turns supporting each other as life twisted and turned with moments of gratitude and moments of frustration and pain. We shared our dreams and what we’d learned and the value we found in each experience, challenging or blissful, they each had a gift. We looked for the deeper meaning of discomfort and pulled out the pieces which gave us solace.
Jayne believed in the power of love as the strongest method of healing. Looking inside ourselves and seeing who we truly are and knowing that we deserve all good things that come our way. Without self love, we are unable to accept love from the outside. Without self-acceptance, we can not fully grasp that we deserve all things beautiful and bright.
“Accepting who you are is key. Accepting who you are diminishes the insecurities and the fear.”-The Inspirologist.
Jayne knew that seeing our internal strength was the only way to find true peace. We can look outside of ourselves and grip onto the strength of another, but it will not give the lasting strength we desire. We can search for acceptance and approval through others from the outside world, but it is only our own eyes that clearly see our truth. When we accept ourselves, we accept the life around us.
“How would you feel if you were alone? Feel inside what it is…then heal from that place.” The Inspirologist
Jayne spent the last few years entrenched in her own healing and understanding. She knew it was the only way to move forward with grace and knowledge. She wanted that knowledge, she asked for it, and it was hand delivered in many ways. She found her strength to heal in her faith, in her ability to truly KNOW that she was loved and supported.
“Trust the process, hold the vision. Hold true to what you want.” The Inspirologist
Jayne practiced trust each day. She recited her morning prayers and affirmations with consistency, living in peace and wholeness with every chance she could get. She loved her vision. She nurtured it, fed it, held it next to her heart so it would feel the life she breathed into it. She wanted to help people grow and heal. And she did. She shared her words, her knowings, her gift to connect with Heaven and all those who inhabit it. Her work as a medium was fulfilling, but not as fulfilling as sharing her belief in the power of self-love.
“Reality- people want to believe. They’re desperate to hold on, to understand, to see. They need validation, they need love. They need to hear.” The Inspirologist
I knew I was meant to meet Jayne to learn more about myself and feel the genuine connection of friendship. She was my reflection of strength, faith and self-love and taught me what love really means….internal strength, trust and peace.
“You have all the resources from within. Trust.” The Inspirologist
Jayne’s life path was not an easy one, but she was grateful for it. She knew her lessons were meant to help her be who she dreamed of.
“As I’m sitting here by myself, I feel such gratitude and growth. Learning may be a pain in the ass, but it does feel flipping awesome.” The Inspirologist
When Jayne finally began sharing her insight and knowledge on Facebook, it was like she gave birth to herself. Her voice was being heard. She was impressed with herself and she felt adoring passion for her work.
“This has been the best year of my entire life. A year of learning, understanding and clarity, it’s been incredible sharing my thoughts, dreams and sorrows. Thank you. Thank you for what was, what is and what will be. I am so grateful. I’m the luckiest girl in the world.” The Inspirologist
Jayne left this world so filled with love for herself, for her little Buddha Matthew (who by the way, she quoted so often for her own inspiration) and for her life. She came to learn and teach and that she did. And without question, she will continue to teach from the other side.
As I read through months of our texts of support, I embraced the many lessons she helped me see. So profound, so loving, so filled with depth and knowledge. And yet her support for all of us continues on…
“FYI...you got this. You can handle anything that comes your way! Remember that! Breathe and know that this is a learning for another step in the direction of your goals. I heard you needed to hear that.” – The Inspirologist
Jayne is a power player in this great Universe of ours and God continues to shine her light. She wouldn’t have it any other way. She wants us to embrace the moments we have and appreciate the journey. It’s the quickest way to a peaceful and joy filled life.
“No one knows the exact timing your life, Dear One, when you are ready, it will find you. Be present, be open, be free. Free of expectations of what lies ahead.” The Inspirologist
The evening before Jayne transitioned to Heaven, she and I spent our last hour together sharing our excitement and our growth. She was filled with happiness and pride and in awe of her own courage. She was simply…stunning.
On her last day on Earth, she learned her final lesson.
“I found my greatest love through fear.” The Inspirologist
Jayne faced her strongest fears and was rewarded with the gift of peace. A peace she wants to share with all you. I share with you a last message of love…
“Understand that the truth of what lies ahead is in the path of greatness. Go be great! You are progressing at warp speed to achieve greatness not only within love, but within the circle of life. Go to the edge where you’ve never been before. Go In Peace”
- With all her love, The Inspirologist