About Connie

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAbout the Spirit Channeler:  Connie Russert, M.S.

Spirit Channeling found me by surprise in 1983.

I never consciously sought out to be a Spirit Channeler. As a very conservative, left-brained woman, I felt so skeptical that it took me five long years before I believed that my channeling was for real.

I began my professional life in 1967, working as a computer programmer at the Pentagon and in Germany.

Later I moved into social services, earning my Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling with the Deaf.

I became a Mental Health Counselor with Deaf adults, then a College Professor, and eventually the Program Manager of Disabled Student Services at a San Diego Community College.

Then channeling found me. My husband, a University Professor, was present when it happened. He teaches Statistics. He convinced me that it wasn’t me speaking – that something out of the range of statistical probability had happened.

I moved slowly and cautiously through what I call my “Reluctant Channel” stage, and into my “Closet Channel” stage.

Eventually, working nights and weekends as a Channel, plus my day job, left me so sick that I had to take a leave of absence from my college job. I knew it was time to choose between my two careers.

I finally resigned from my college position in 1996, declaring myself a full-time Channeler for my gathering of seven Master Spirit Guides, who call themselves collectively – Paularyo.

I have been honored and privileged to be able to deliver channeling services to spiritual seekers around the globe. I am currently retired from personal channeling and dedicating my time to group channeling and writing.

I make my home in San Diego with my sweet, funny and ever-supportive husband of 32 years, Ron Jacobs.


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