If you’ve landed here, then you are probably wondering who I am. Well, I am Jaketha pronounced Jah-key-tha, better known as The Divinely Preserved Healer and founder of the forthcoming Divinely Preserved Wisdom & Wellness Center based in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Decades ago, I found myself wondering who I was. It was through a chance encounter with a pastor that I was led to look up the meaning of my name. Interestingly enough, my name was derived by my mother as she combined the first two letters of my alleged father’s first, middle, and last name, then added an “a” on the end. Even my middle name is a combination of my mother’s own name and it is from it, that I came across its spiritual meaning – divinely preserved.
The significance of that phrase lies in the hand I was dealt in life. Surely, if I had been consciously aware of the type of life I would be stepping into in this incarnation, I’d have asked for a recall, a recount, a new trial… You see – one can’t value what its means to be intuitively reminded of your divinity if you hadn’t had any challenges in life that made you question your identity in the first place.
From my conception up until the last decade of my life, I’ve experienced nothing but traumas, betrayals, and triggers. That’s nearly 30 years of heartbreak, of feeling less than or wondering my place in the world. From such an existence, it’s easy to get lost in doing for others – becoming a people pleaser, a helper to everyone else in need but ourselves. In doing so, we make others our priority, while putting ourselves on the back burner indefinitely, which turns out to be detrimental to our own well-being. That’s until major sickness, circumstances or situation brings us to our knees forcing us to stop and take a long hard look at where we are. It’s at that breaking point we begin to see ourselves in a whole new light.
Some may come to this realization alone or in a relationship with another whether it’s through someone your know and hold dear or something you hire like a counselor, psychology or coach. Don’t get me wrong! We certainly all have responsibilities that need our daily attention whether it’s family, our job or business, our church or community – someone is always in need of our assistance. But to continuously give of ourselves to others, we must make time to give fully to ourselves – to assess our own personal level of flourishment, replenish our own spiritual and physical tanks, to enrich our own lives, to evolve our own consciousness. Here’s where I come in…
To help career-minded women prioritize self-care by breaking free of limiting beliefs that prevent you from truly being F.R.E.E. in your mind, body, and spirit toward total fulfillment of your unrealized hopes and dreams.
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TRAINING & MEMBERSHIPS:
Regular/Student Member (2021)
Society for Medicinal Plant and Natural Product Research
Holistic Wellness Pathway (In Progress)
CPR/AED Certified (2020-2022)
The American Heart Association
Student Member (2020)
American Herbalists Guild (AHG)
Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200)
Yoga Teacher Training (YTT 200 – 2019)
End-of-Life Doula Professional Certificate (2019)
Larner College of Medicine, University of Vermont
MCKS Pranic Psychic Self-Defense (2018)
Pranic Healing Baton Rouge
Natural Health Consultant (2018)
Stratford Career Institute
MCKS Pranic Healing (Level 1 – 2017)
Pranic Healing Baton Rouge
Reiki Healing Association
Usui Ryoho Reiki Level I, II, Master/Teacher
& Crystal Reiki Master/Teacher (2017)
Certificate in Online Instruction (2014)
Central Michigan University
Christian Life Coach Certification (2011)
New Life Coach Inc
Master of Science, Training & Development
University of Southern Mississippi
"Life is like a tree and its root is consciousness. Therefore, once we tend to the root, the tree as a whole will be healthy."