Last year, a friend who is a regular subscriber to the Gary North newsletter sent me an article.

The article said that if you want to figure out what you should do when you grow up, that you should start by taking a free online personality test. If you know who you are, the article reasoned, then you will understand what your true talents are and what you might actually be good at and enjoy doing for a living.

You can do the same test for free at the following link:

At any rate, I was curious what the test said I should be when I grow up, so I did the test.

Congratulations, the test said, you are psychic.

I did the test again. I am still psychic.

Basically, what the test said is that I am an INFJ.

The mystic.


I started this blog because my friends kept arguing with me that I need to come clean and start writing about it. They said that the level of skill that I have as a medical intuitive can not be learned or taught.


“Just as the ENTJ cannot not lead, so must an INFJ intuit; this capability extends to people, things, and often events, taking the form of visions, episodes of foreknowledge, premonitions, auditory and visual images of things to come. INFJs can have uncanny communications with certain individuals at a distance.”

So says the official description of an INFJ.

I believe that all people have intuitive gifts that they can use to learn and develop.

Then again, Tiger Woods probably thinks all people could be decent golfers if they just got out there and practiced.

Me, I have studied how to heal body, mind and soul for many many years. It is truly my passion.

It hasn’t always been so easy being this sensitive. I have had to become strong enough to handle my sensitivity. And I do well with a lot of quiet time, especially in nature.

I am able to read people I have never met in places I have never been to.

I also have an angel who keeps things delightful. I can tell you the worst thing about yourself in a way that will make you laugh. Yet I am quite blunt and have to take a moment to ponder how to say things tactfully.

Apparently INFJs make up only about 1 percent of the population. I treasure my friends who are like me because they are few and far between.

“INFJs are very interested in the well being of others. They see great potential in others and enjoy working towards the goal of improving humanity. “ So says Nikola at

Famous INFJs: Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King, Oprah Winfrey, Jimmy Carter, Eleanor Roosevelt, Gandhi, Carl Jung, Adam Sandler, Nicole Kidman, and Neve Campbell

If you are interested in learning more, please call Catherine Carrigan at 678-612-8816 or email for a FREE 15 minute consultation.