Just like any other 18 year old who moves out, Jessica Lewis was met with hardships and a fair share of struggles before she entered the modelling world. Belonging to a mining village near Newcastle, she left for Liverpool to study but was met with an unfortunate event that left her with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Living with depression at a young age, she entered the modelling arena which changed her life. Within a few months she was given a project in Spain and that was only the beginning of her remarkable modelling career.
Her determined soul and eclectic personality helped catapult her success in the world of fashion and sports. Initially she entered the sports arena as a presenter but later decided to take up boxing to raise charity. Just like her modelling career, Jessica earned herself a good name in the field of boxing and bagged a number of accolades also.
However, that was not her true calling or she was meant to be elsewhere, as she was forced to quit it all. She quit boxing after the tragic death of the guy she was dating, Michael Norgrove back in 2013. She was then forced to quit the cage after being diagnosed with arthritis in the spine of her neck. Complaining of pins and needles along with stiff shoulders, she was devastated to know about her disease in her early 30s and the fact that she won’t be able to train anymore. The depression and anxiety that followed led her to enter the new spiritual path which she had never discovered before.
Meditation became her lifestyle and gaining spiritual knowledge became a new obsession. She healed herself, regained full health and in the entire process of losing an established career and finding peace in meditation; she found her true calling. She learnt something about herself which she didn’t know previously. Her life purpose was to help those in need and be a source of guidance and power.
What followed next was inevitable. She joined the Q’ero Medicine Wheel and restored her wounded impressions of past life with Shamanic training which opened her to the ancient methods of healing and transforming. She became a Shamanic practitioner herself using her knowledge and power to help heal members of her community as a whole which had always been her ultimate goal.
Today, she is practicing as a Shaman in the UK, giving back to society and helping people transform and heal themselves. She also has a Shamanic shop of her own with the name The Shipibo Market. The sole purpose of the shop is to maintain and protect the ancient arts and to sell shamanic tools of the indigenous tribes of South America. She is determined to provide opportunities to the Shipibo tribal women and save their tremendous legacy from dying out. A noble at heart, she is a source of inspiration for all those in search of their life’s purpose.