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Who Are You, And What Do You Really Want?

Click Here for a FREE psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comDo you have any genuine idea who you really are, and what it is you want ‘more than anything in the whole wide world?’ Most people don’t have a clue. They think they do, but they are as far removed from the truth of what constitutes their innate being of actual contentment as a doughnut is in wholesome nutrient composition.

If you don’t know who you are, you can’t possibly begin to imagine what you absolutely want. Without knowing who you really are, you may have lived your entire life under falsely embellished suppositions, firmly influenced ideas, fearfully established goals, and fastidiously monitored aspirations of others. Instead of following your own heart’s desire, you may be living out the unfulfilled dreams of others, as a means of pacifying their deeply-unresolved natures.

Unfortunately, we carry within our own psyches the uninvited, infiltrated voices of countless people who have ever made an impact on us, and continue to do so. It matters not whether the impact is negative or positive, those influential voices prevail.

Restlessness, body weight issues, promiscuity, boredom, depression, anger, loneliness, lying and lawlessness, health concerns, and substance abuse and addiction, whether it be alcohol, drugs, food, sex, shopping, social media, or simply gossip, are all verifiable barometers of not knowing who you are and what you want. When we are not in-tune with the ‘still small voice’ that resides within the deepest recesses of our psyche, we manufacture a superficial existence of continued disappointment.

We have to dare to be ourselves, however frightening or strange that self may prove to be ~ May Sarton

Bottom line: we are flat-out miserable, because we don’t know what to do with ourselves most of the time. We feel trapped in the untamed bodies and chatter-filled minds we carry around. We blame, criticize, complain, condemn, and contrive drama, in order to entertain and distract ourselves. Problem is, we are not amused or diverted for long. We must eventually return to our first love (ourselves) empty-handed.

No one (other than yourself) carries the sacred script for your life. You are a god in the making, a master of divine essence, who has simply forgotten your celestial heritage. Endowed with numerous sensual, sublimely sexual, artistic gifts, waiting to be unearthed, explored, and expressed, you are charged with the ardent responsibility of discovering your creative talents. How will this incomparable self-liberating feat be achieved? By entering that door marked Enter At Thy Own Risk!

People often stare straightway into the face of their most profound desires, and then turn away, because someone says it would not be good for them. It won’t make them any money, or they aren’t cut out for that particular path. Now, tell me, how can others possibly know what’s good for you, when an undefined, particular, yet-to-be manifested destiny lies buried within only your own frame of reference?

You are certainly not what they think you are. More importantly, you are not supposed to be so innately vested in trying to fulfill any notion they may have of you, or for you. Besides, you are simply not inclined or interested, or invested if the real truth be known. You, alone, are given the arduous task of excavating the searing passion pumping through your veins. No matter if it seems totally ridiculous, unrelated and completely unattainable to others.

Who are you and what do you want? This indomitable question will remain, feeding the restlessness in your unsettled soul, until you dare to take the risk of moving past the barriers and restrictions you’ve placed upon yourself, as a means of self-vested ‘security.’ The incalculable ludicrous ways you go about trying to find happiness, in your pursuit of fulfilling a supposed role others have set for you, always plays itself out in sheer lunacy.

Everything will line up perfectly when knowing and living the truth becomes more important than looking good ~ Alan Cohen

It boils down to your coming to terms with that mysterious face you’ve never met, been introduced to, or have only had mere glimpses of, i.e. the real you. Having undervalued, disregarded and misconstrued your true face, you have inadvertently adopted characteristics and traits that do not actually belong to you. And because you are not intimately familiar with the inherent, authentic, resonating tone of your innermost nature, you mistake elements of character in yourself that do not reside in you.

We create our barriers and form our restrictions based upon false assumptions and projected ideals. In ignorance, do we shun our deepest base desires, for fear of not understanding their sanctified origins? While we remain estranged from our essential (primal) essence, we continue to run into walls – feeling isolated abandoned, depressed, neglected and hopelessly disinterested.

Somehow, we delude ourselves into thinking that unless the instinct driven urge is attached to a worthwhile, respectable and peer approved cause, we will fall into a blackened hole of disrepute. But, nothing could be further from the truth. We all do what we do with a ‘lust for results’ in mind. We are not without guile. In so being, as Jesus of Nazareth said, “if you lust in your heart, it’s as if you already committed the act.”

But never did Jesus say, the instincts were not there for a divine reason or innocent in their formation. Yet, we continue to push aside these promptings, as if they belong to someone else, or as if they are hedonistic and vile without reverent purpose and sanctified cause. We carry far too many pre-conditioned ideas of others, and have so identified with them and their thoughts. We know not how to detach ourselves enough to find our own ‘straight and narrow’ way.

Although detachment is the doorway to enlightenment, in the early stages (most especially, when we do not understand the whirlwind of uncertain activity taking place, since we’ve never really experienced it for ourselves), we either run or hide, seeking every available avenue to numb the unnatural sensation, or we try to work ourselves into oblivion.

No one man can, for any considerable time, wear one face to himself, and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which is the true one ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne

We’ll do just about anything to keep us from facing the perpetual self-propelled demons of our precious, ruthless soul’s release, stalking us. As long as we keep denying the existence of our unsettled, unexpressed, creatively artistic natures… anger, resentment, bitterness, along with an unrelenting sense of helplessness soon follows course.

Life offers so many blatant clues, signs, symbols and omens of our needful, but disruptive despair, in order to call us in, but we turn a deaf ear. We either descend further into denial of anything being amiss, or we exaggerate the circumstance beyond any possible former recognition of resemblance. Why? We don’t know how to be still in the midst of the turbulent passing storm. We are tossed about by, every wind of advice, rain of rescuing doctrine, snow of appeasing guidance, and sun of comforting suggestions, which seem to offer optimistic resolutions.

Yet, beneath all of this raging, incessantly ego-motivated fury, the ‘still small voice’ waits, unobtrusively. “I must act,” we tell ourselves. We must do something to relieve the pressure. Then we add insult to injury by ascribing to each act, wise or foolish, we undertake, as a rational justification for doing what we do. Sometimes in the most bizarre of circumstances, we result to outlandish measures, simply as an introducing scapegoat to an uncompromising, unwarranted end.

The action taken is therefore perpetrated by an ulterior motive, not necessarily wanting or needing the spurious outcome. Just to ‘act on purpose’ seems to calm the raging waters for a season. But, again, because we are acting outside of ourselves, with our words and hearts not being aligned with the truest intent of our sacredly meticulous souls, we end up finding we have merely created another coffin where we play dead. No fun in that! In the end, we are left with the unremitting question: who am I and what do I really want?

About The Author: Paula

Paula's innate metaphysical abilities, artistic talents, and entrepreneurial acumen have mixed wonderfully together to create a social media sensation, one who enjoys great popularity on LinkedIn, Instragram, Facebook, and YouTube. She dispenses not only accurate and intuitive divine wisdom but has artistic offerings that include vibrational soul paintings displayed on the internet, and she is a gifted singer and music producer as well. Her calling as a cosmic therapist led her to be the founder of MODE (Masters of Divine Essence) Cosmic Therapy Research Center, where she's published numerous books, songs and plays, and has held many workshops and seminars throughout the Southeast. She even produced her own program, The Mode of Cosmic Therapy Interactive Television Show that aired on WRTN, in Raleigh, NC, for ten years. Paula is also an avid astrologer who interprets the stars and predicts your chart energies at work. If you'd like a detailed glimpse at your own cosmic blueprint, or you have burning questions that require clear answers, Paula will employ all the tools and talents at her disposal for a reading that will dazzle and transform your life. You can find Paula at

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