KJ Hamilton began a life-long passion for writing at seven years old. In 2000, KJ earned a BA in English/Creative Writing from the University of Kentucky in Lexington. She was given the pen name of ‘KJ Hamilton’ by some friends in high school, and she has published under this name ever since.
In November 2004, her first novel Fanatical Betrayal was published; an anniversary edition was released in 2014. KJ’s second book, My Heart Revealed, A Collection of Poetry and Short Stories followed in 2006. And, One Sweet Dream was published in late 2009. Both of these books were updated in February 2016; along with her first book of photographs titled, Spiritual Scenes. Her body of published work can be viewed in the writing section.
KJ is also a natural-born medium. She has spent many years studying and expanding her natural spiritual gifts under the tutelage of many teachers and mentors (Spiritual Studies).
As a light-worker, KJ views her role as simply the vessel through which loved ones make a connection. She is honored to be chosen to be the voice for those on the higher side. Her goals are simple: to bring love and healing, to build a bridge between the planes and to prove continuity of life beyond all doubt. You may read her Soul Mission Statement to learn more.
Through her studies with various teachers and mentors, KJ has awakened several more gifts. In addition to being a medium, she is a Certified Angels of Light Angelic Messenger & Healer; an Akashic Records reader; a trance medium; an animal communicator; a crystal healer; a Certified Lightarian AngelLinks™ Facilitator; a certified Munay Ki Rites mentor; and a Usui Reiki Master Teacher.
In November 2016, after months of intensive training, KJ achieved both a major goal and a big dream. She became a Certified Advanced Psychic Medium through the Lisa Williams International School of Spiritual Development (under her given name). By going through this additional, in-depth training, this Certification allows KJ to serve Spirit in new ways; which speaks to her goals for doing this work.
“The Best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.” ~ Helen Keller