Jennifer Holik, founder and Worldwide Coordinator of the World War II Research and Writing Center, Ancestral Souls and Finding the Answers Journey. Watch a short video about Jennifer’s work and mission.
On the military side of her business, she helps people Find the Answers and closure to their family stories, secrets, and questions. Through her work, her clients find answers and peace they otherwise may not have found. For the last decade, Jennifer is responsible for expanding the 20th century military research education arena through her research guides, programs, webinars and online courses.
On the possibility side of her business, Finding the Answers Journey, Jennifer focuses on helping people dive deeper into their life stories and secrets, and their family’s stories and secrets, to find answers, peace, and closure. She accomplishes this through workshops, webinars, a book club, and providing caregiving resources.
As a caregiver to her Dutch husband, she understands the challenges caregivers face on every level. Jennifer is a writing coach who helps people craft their life’s narrative. She is also an intuitive business coach, helping clients discover all the possibilities available to help them create their best life.
Never in my wildest imagination, did I envision or wish for a life like the one I have. Who creates a life like this? One that requires an enormous amount of strength, flexibility, patience, intelligence, and awareness. A life lived on two continents while running two businesses which requires the ability to change course in any area of life where the energy demands it.
In 2012 when I started life over with my boys, I began a spiritual journey to heal many broken pieces of my soul and my ancestors’ souls. This led to a study of various energetic healing modalities which I incorporate in my work to help clients heal themselves and their families.
Shortly after I started over, my cousin James Privoznik 90th Infantry Division KIA 11 January 1945, showed up with several other family members, to guide me through many personal and professional changes. After writing James’ story in my book, Stories of the Lost, I walked in his footsteps in Europe in 2015. I flew his final burial flag over the Luxembourg Cemetery where he sleeps and walked in the woods where he was killed, listening to the whispers of the dead telling me to keep writing, keep teaching, and help people Find the Answers. Those experiences changed me forever, opened doors to new possibilities for my life, and introduced me to people who would help shift the course of life as I knew it.
After traveling to Europe twice in 2015 and having some intense, life changing war-related spiritual experiences, I was introduced to a Dutch man, Johan van Waart. Choosing something most people would not because we had no idea how a life together would work, we met, fell in love, and have endured many difficult trials when Johan was diagnosed with cancer a month after we met. We created a life on two continents, with three kids, two cats, and my expanding business. Part of this life is me becoming his caregiver, which was not in our initial plans.
Through this path not usually taken life experience, Jennifer is also able to help caregivers and clients who require additional support, find resources to help them. She has been a caregiver for Johan for several years and has a Caregiver Journal and free webinar on this website. You can read about Jennifer’s military and caregiving journey in her book I Bring Dead Guys Home.
Jennifer is a woman on a mission to help people Find the Answers to their family and military history stories. To take the road not traveled and create something different and exciting for their lives. This is accomplished through writing, online courses and workshops, live speaking events, personal facilitation, writing coaching, and intuitive business coaching. Watch a short video about Jennifer’s work and mission.
Ask Jennifer how she can help you create your life in a new way or find peace and closure for the past.
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