Jane Fecteau is a spiritual healer who works with clients remotely. Since energy knows no bounds, she can heal from a distance. She also happened to have healed Bob Olsen, the editor of the bestpsychicdirectory.com, so if you need an endorsement, I don’t know how much better you can get. Of course, she has six pages of testimonials for clients who’ve had all sorts of problems, from diabetes to arthritis to migraines to allergies.
Spiritual healing, psychic healing, and energy healing are gray areas that require a light touch, legally speaking. Fecteau is not a doctor, nor does she replace one. She corrects energy imbalances and assists the body’s natural ability to heal itself. She guarantees nothing. Why am I telling you this, and why I am checking for this? Because a responsible psychic healer working in the United States abides by the law.
Fecteau offers distance energy healing, meditation group healing, and life path sessions for those who need help figuring out the road they’re on. To get a better idea in her own words, the interview she had with Bob Olsen is worth a read. However, it is a little weird that she’s relying so much on Bob Olsen’s recommendations. It’s just a hair shy of obvious name-dropping. It’s also where she reveals that she’s never studied under anyone and has developed her own method. While this is admirable, it may be unsettling for those who’d like an energy healer who’s certified in yoga or reiki.
- Jane Fecteau has a focus and a practice uniquely her own.
- She has many, many testimonials from satisified clients.
- She has the Bob Olsen seal of approval, for what it’s worth.
Jane Fecteau basically created her own healing practice and she relies on an interview with Bob Olsen to explain who she is and that she created her own healing practice. While I understand that gives her more credibility, I do take this with a grain of salt.