Rev. Janice L. Harter, Ph.D.
Rev. J. L. Harter, Ph.D., (who also writes under the pen name, Jaie Hart) combines her spiritual vision and intuitive insights with the world through her successful book series, popular blog and her websites. As an author of international repute, she has published over 17 books, including Changing Perspectives – the Journey is the Destination, Expanding Horizons, Growth and Beyond, Chronicles of Aliyah, So It’s Over. Now What? and the Life – The Journey Continues series. In addition, she has also published her Reflections Series of poetry books (including Ravenous Reflections, Spiritual Reflections, Ethereal Reflections and Love’s Eternal Reflections). Rev. Harter has also released a new series of works focusing on the various aspects of consciousness in her series, Exploring the Conscious Self: For Greater Understanding which is slated to become a training course along with a Companion Guide (due out soon).
Rev. Harter’s worldview combines the profoundly philosophical with everyday psychological aspects of the human condition. As Doctor of Philosophy with a focus on Metaphysics, Mother, Intuitive, Reverend and Reiki Master, she informs her works with a profound wisdom that never preaches, but rather takes her readers and clients through the troubles of the day with a deft assuredness that reinforces all that is positive. One central aspect of her work is her belief in reinforcing “Life Lessons” as a way to improve one’s situation. For Rev. Harter, life is full of lessons, which must be learned and overcome to avoid having to repeat them. Rev. Harter is also the Founder of The Ministry for Connected Consciousness and the Journal of Metaphysics and Connected Consciousness. You can visit her personal and professional websites at:
http://www.jaiehart.com (Available Books),
http://dreamintime.com (Personal Blog),
http://journalofmcc.blogspot.com (Journal – Contributors always invited) and http://ministryofconnectedconsciousness.org.
For personal consultations, training or submissions to the journal, you can reach Rev. Harter at [email protected].