I hate this. I really do. I don’t even want to post this blog from our Case Manager, Stefanie. I feel like when I hit “Publish” it will be real. And it is real. And the PGI family will miss her when she’s no longer investigating with us. But she’ll still be around as our friend and sister. We’ll miss you on the team, Stef, but you’re still going to OSPH and Waverly next time we go, Missy! -PGI Heather
Death is the only guarantee that life has to offer. On that note, it is no wonder that so many people are fascinated with what happens after death.
I started my journey in the paranormal field about 5 years ago. I won’t lie, I was probably more interested in doing what they do on the t.v. shows than I was with actually helping people. I had so much to learn, and learn I did. My personal goals in this hobby evolved over the years, and I would like to think that somewhere along the way I did help a few people out. I have formed some amazing friendships along the way too, and I have never known another group or club to function so much like a family (an extremely professional family at that).
I started this journey as a believer, I grew up noticing things that weren’t “normal” and I knew that there had to be something else to all of this. It isn’t black and white, the universe, the whole life after death idea, there is a gray area. This gray area is what has been a topic of concern for dozens and dozens of clients we have been called on to help over the years. Yes, some client situations we could explain away as nothing paranormal. However, I can say that I have added to my arsenal of personal experiences as an investigator. I can’t tell you the meaning of it all, I could be on several teams, over several decades, and still not tell you how it all works. There are no rule books when it comes to this sort of stuff.
I do know that there is a fear surrounding this unknown, and that fear is real. I am so blessed to have had the opportunity to work with this amazing team, and to have been able to eliminate that fear in myself.
Yesterday it was with a heavy heart that I announced to my team that I will be resigning from my duties as case manager, and investigator, on March 31st, 2013. I battled it out in my head for months on what would be the best move for me to make. Maybe just step down from my board position, take a leave of absence, go to the beach, take a hike, fly a kite, you name it. Unfortunately I can’t operate that way, as my goals evolved in this field I have managed to turn it into a bit of an obsession, and less of a hobby. I spend hours on the team’s message board. I spend hours tweaking forms and methods. I have organized and re-organized enough to probably make the whole team batty. I know deep down that in order to re-direct my focus to where it needs to be I have to just cut all ties. That realization ripped my heart right out.
I wish the best of luck to all of my teammates, my family. I also wish the best of luck to all of our past, present, and future clients. If you are a potential client reading this and navigating through the website to find a team to help you, you are at the right place. I cannot think of a better group of people to take care of you.
The paranormal field has offered me so many great memories, and I thank each and every one of you who I have had the pleasure of meeting through this adventure.
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