The question is literally "iam at a crossroads in life and iam not certain in which direction I should take".
IMO the self-description in the question is, at least superficially, not very informative -- it boxes the compass, from physics to the supernatural -- and neither is the description of the crossroads in question.
I am reluctant to close a question, but for the reasons above I find it hard to think how to write a personalised answer that addresses the specific situation of the OP (i.e. that responds to the question).
Perhaps we'd get some insight (into what question the OP is asking) by asking for a specific question about Buddhism: with a question mark and everything, in the title and in the text.
Or (though I won't try to do this immediately) someone might form an impression of the OP by reading their other question and their other six answers on this site (and/or their other posts on other sites) to guess what aspect of Buddhism may or may not interest them.
Another approach to an answer (with perhaps only slim chance of relevance) might be to dig into the second of the three paragraphs in the OP -- to explain what Buddhism might say about that.