What We All Want

In high school I very clearly decided I wanted to be a psychologist. I wanted to help people who were suffering, and I wanted to understand what made people tick.

In college, I got my undergraduate degree in psychology but decided to go for a master’s in Human Factors Engineering. At that point I knew I would be too emotionally entangled with clients during therapy and it would be too hard to be objective.

I took an entirely different path though and never got my master’s degree.

Fast forward a couple of decades and I realized this morning that I am doing what I originally wanted to do. I’ve read for thousands of people and I’ve learned a lot about why people do what they do, what they want from life, where they suffer, and how to help them.

It just sort of dawned on me this morning that I achieved what I wanted, just in a totally different way.

I’ve read for people from all walks of life and in many different countries and I’ve realized that we all want the same things.

We want to be loved for who we are, not our potential. We want a companion who will care for us and be there for us when we need them. Someone to explore life with. Someone to climb the mountains with us and watch the sunsets together. Someone to catch us when we stumble and help us get moving again.

We want fulfilling careers that mean something to us and to the world. We want to contribute. Making a living is not the same as making a life. We want to feel like our lives matter.

We want to be happy but often can’t figure out how to achieve that. We chase quick fixes and palliatives to get us through the days, while at the same time seek deeper meaning in our existence.

We want to feel good, have energy, and be well.

We want the people we love to be okay.

We want to find meaning in the world, we want to know why we exist. We want a connection with a higher power, or to be comfortable believing whatever we feel to be true.

When I do readings for people, that is what I see. Everyone asks the same questions. Everyone is seeking the same result. Everyone wants to be happy and fulfilled.

I don’t know what would have happened if I had become a psychologist, counseling people for hours every day, or maybe doing research into why people do what they do.

I’m so happy to have discovered this path, and I’m so grateful for my intuitive gifts, because with them I can help people find that fulfilling path. I’m an intuitive counselor. I tune in to your spirit guides and higher self and find out what you need to do to live that happy and fulfilling life you crave.

I’m so grateful for the journey that brought me to this place. I wish I could go back to the girl I was in high school and reassure her that she found a way to help others and that she found out what makes people tick. It took a while to get here, and I’m loving the journey.

Do you remember what you wanted to do with your life? Do you remember what mountain you wanted to climb? Are you climbing that mountain now? Or do you need help remembering?

If you are so inclined, please book a reading with me and let’s talk to your guides. They’ll tell you what you need to know to be happy and fulfilled. It’s a joy for me to read for my clients and help them pick up a thread they may have forgotten.

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