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"I have learned the most about living a fulfilling life from my friends and loved ones who have passed. They continue to teach me in amazing ways, and I am forever grateful."

Your Most Personal Journey

Welcome to The Purple Priestess! I am Rev. Katina Z. Jones, B., Msc., and I am honored to guide you on your sacred journey through death and grief. 🌟

 

My Own Journey:

My path has been woven with threads of compassion, wisdom, and reverence for life. As a certified Doulagiver™ Care Consultant and an end-of-life doula, I have stood at the threshold of existence, witnessing both the fragility and resilience of the human spirit. Through countless moments of connection, I’ve learned that life’s most profound transitions are not merely about crossing thresholds; they are about embracing transformation.

Why “The Purple Priestess?”

The color purple symbolizes spirituality, intuition, and the mystical. As your spiritual guide, I am here to illuminate the path, helping you navigate the mundane and the magical. Whether you’re seeking practical end-of-life planning or a deeper connection with your inner self, I am your companion on this sacred pilgrimage.

Ordained, Certified & Insured

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Proud Partner:
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Doula & EOL Services

Doulagivers Care Consultants can help patients and families create a personal plan for the future that includes advance directives, living plans, funeral plans, and family mediation.

 

Rev. Katina Z. Jones, B., Msc. and Ph.D. candidate, is a certified Doulagiver Care Consultant, with a Proficiency Badge from the National End-of-Life Doula Alliance (NEDA) and extensive training as a death doula as well as in end-of-life planning processes. She holds a degree in metaphysical counseling from The University of Metaphysics in Sedona, AZ.

 

Katina is an ordained nondenominational minister with the International Metaphysical Ministry (IMM) and a member of the International Doulagivers Membership Association (IDMA), National End-of-Life Doula Alliance (NEDA), and International End-of-Life Doula Association (INELDA). She also has certification from the American Red Cross.

A past volunteer with Hospice of Visiting Nurses in Fairlawn, Ohio, where she logged more than 100 volunteer hours, Rev. Katina lives in the beautiful mountains of Northwest Georgia with her husband and a menagerie of dogs and cats.

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