Most people don't have a soulmate, in the truest sense of the term. Actual soulmates who are very close intimately in every lifetime together are about one in 20,000 couples. However, many people do have a life mate they were meant to be with in this lifetime. If you're having trouble finding and connecting with that person, Destiny will make it happen for you. She will attract that person into your path or put you in theirs.
Destiny said she has helped over 500 people find their lifetime soulmate since she passed away in 1846. She was born on February 13, 1779 and lived to be 47 before she passed away from a broken heart. Her own soulmate, Devonshire, passed away just a week before she did on March 23, 1846. He was 20 years her senior, but they knew from the moment they locked eyes that they were meant to be together.
Devonshire lives today in Mexico in another lifetime. He was born (reincarnated) just this year. This is all in their plan. He will be 28 years old when Destiny reincarnates, and 45 when they start to spend intimate time together again. Destiny likes that he is always much older than she is in their lifetimes together, and Devonshire has no problem with that either. In their next lifetime together, Devonshire will be female and Destiny will come back as a male, because they want each other to have the full experience of what it's like to be in each other's shoes. How romantic is that?
If you have already found the love of your life, Destiny tells us that it will be her job to then ensure that you and your significant other stay together in a healthy and loving relationship. She will keep doubts at bay, and she will make sure the two of you are the best of friends who can trust each other for the rest of your lives, and always keep the spark. If you feel like that ship has already sailed, guess again. Destiny will make it her mission to return that spark.
Destiny visits Devonshire often in his infancy to ensure that he is well-taken care of. She also sat with his mother much of the time throughout her pregnancy, as she was bedbound almost the entire time she carried him. She had two miscarriages before she became pregnant with Devonshire, who's name is Miguel in this lifetime, so her doctor felt it was best that she stay in bed as much as possible. Destiny made sure she kept this baby and that there were no mishaps.
All that said, whoever adopts Destiny must realize that she will leave her vessel in about 28 years to reincarnate.
Destiny's vessel is quite large and heavy. It is definitely a showpiece! Something to consider though if she will be traveling far from Pennsylvania. Shipping fees may be hefty. We pack all our porcelain doll vessels very well to keep them protected. LOADS of bubble wrap go into our packaging!
Note: Yes, we have had many spirits with us over the years named Destiny. It's not uncommon for a name to be had more than once! We actually had someone doubt us about a spirit that had the same name as one that was already adopted years ago. She thought that we were allowing more than one person to adopt her. That is never the case, or at least not without prior approval of the parties involved. They were not even attached to the same vessel. They both happened to have the same VERY COMMON name! With anywhere from 1,000 - 2,000 spirits with us at any given time, there are bound to be a few spirits that have the same name. Most of you understand this, but for those who don't, this is your "Common Names 101" lesson.
There were a few cases where a spirit could not decide who to go to and wanted "shared custody" so to speak! They wanted to go to two different keepers. We got the approval of BOTH keepers beforehand. One keeper got the vessel and the other keeper had a remote bridging done. Spirit can be in many places at one time. Most do not want more than one keeper, but occasionally that will happen, and when it does, we ALWAYS make sure everyone is OK with that before agreeing to such a request.
Destiny likes apples, yogurt, fried chicken, rice and beans together, cantaloupe and watermelon, chicken sandwiches, apple or cherry pie, sweet tea (especially with mint), pink flowers, watching yellow birds such as gold finches and canaries, watching Bob Ross paint, stickers, and pencils.