I See Your Dream Job - By Sue Frederick
a career intuitive, a medium, and I see dream jobs. When I work with clients, I see their gifts and potentials; what they
came here to do, the careers they would love; and where they should live.
This information comes to
me as photographic images, auditory messages, and powerful sensory feelings that I transmit directly to my clients. Sometimes
I see my clients’ departed loved ones, who come to the session to offer career guidance.
This joining of two seemingly
disconnected worlds--the divine realms and the world of work--seems to be my particular talent. I was born in New Orleans
to a French Cajun mother who came from a long line of women with “the gift.” I inherited a double dose of telepathy,
clairvoyance and precognition from her and her mother, and back through generations of her family - the Degas women.
These unusual gifts were nurtured by the mysterious city of my childhood. In the haunted alleys of the French Quarter, almost
everybody gives respect to the “unseen” world in some form or other-whether it’s through voodoo, Catholicism,
psychics, vampires, or Mardi Gras.
My early years were flavored with this spicy magic-from my Grandpa’s stories of the swirling Mississippi River to the
unforgettable images I absorbed in the dark recesses of Crescent City life. I thrived on the rhythms of my crazy Cajun ancestors.
Like them, I heard other people’s thoughts and had too-vivid dreams of events that would happen in the future.
One of my strongest experiences in confirming the power of the unseen realm began in 1978, when I met and married a fellow
mountaineer, Paul Frederick. We were crazy in love and planning a family when, at only 35 years old, he was diagnosed with
colon cancer and given two weeks to live.
From the moment of his diagnosis, we were determined to overcome it. We explored conventional and alternative healing methods,
and quickly became immersed in energy work, visualization, herbal medicine and Native American medicine. Paul was part Cherokee,
so his mother provided us with books and healers from the Native American tradition. She got us an audience with a famous
Sioux healer, Chief Fools Crow.
Over the next few months, as Paul’s health deteriorated, I experienced many extraordinary other-realm experiences with
him. Chief Fools Crow became Paul’s constant dream companion. Paul awoke each morning with a new story to report about
something Fools Crow had taught him the night before. The most dramatic was Paul’s sudden ability to speak Lakota, the
language of the Sioux.
In the last few weeks before he died, Paul woke up singing a Lakota death song every
morning. He said Fools Crow taught him two songs--one to deal with the pain and one to help him die. When the doctors heard
this strange singing, they thought he was either speaking in “tongues” or was delirious, and they reported this
in his medical charts. In college, I had studied Native American history and was very familiar with the language of Lakota.
I knew exactly what he was singing.
On a rainy summer day in July 1980, Paul slipped into a coma. For nearly 24 hours, the accumulated stress of the past year
washed over me in waves of nausea. Eventually, I fell asleep on the floor. As soon as I dozed off, Paul appeared in front
of me. He was smiling and quite happy. He touched my arm and said, “Don’t worry. I’m free. But what are
you waiting for? You said I could die in your arms.”
I awoke with a jolt and cleared everyone out of the room. Paul’s mother and I stood on either side of him. We rubbed
his arms and legs and told him it was okay to go now--that we wanted him to be free. We told him to leave his body and fly
out into the soothing summer rain storm.
As soon as we spoke those words, Paul’s breathing changed. He took one long peaceful sigh, and his spirit left his body.
I saw it leave as clearly as you can see your hand in front of your face. It was an image I’ll never forget. It was
Paul’s gift to me.
I could never again doubt the spirit world or my ability to see it. That final moment
was a confirmation of what I was here to do. I realized for the first time that we are all in charge of how and when we die
– even how and when we take our last breaths. And I knew with every cell in my body, that death was only a passage of
the spirit into the unseen realms.
By this time, I was clear beyond
all doubt that we are spiritual beings having a human experience – rather than the other way around.
Today, I’m abundantly grateful for my work , which is my passion. My intuitive gifts are finally out of the closet,
and I’m freely able to share them with others. The images and dreams that have always guided me are now guiding others
through my work as a professional career intuitive. (Excerpts from I See Your Dream Job: A Career Intuitive’s Guide
to Finding the Work You Were Put on Earth to Do.)
intuitive Sue Frederick was recently featured in the New York Times, Real Simple Magazine, FoxBusiness.com & CNN. Her
books include I See Your Dream Job: A Career Intuitive’s Guide to Finding the Work You Were Put on Earth to Do; I See
Your Soul Mate: An Intuitive's Guide to Finding & Keeping Love; and I See Your Loved Ones on the Other Side: An Intuitive's
Guide to Healing Grief (St. Martin’s Press). For more info visit http://www.Careerintuitive.org or call 303-939-8574