The Science and Art of Being Empathic
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Are you ultra-sensitive to other people's energy and emotions?
So often when I'm working with or reading people, I find that they're ultra-sensitive to others' energy, emotions and physical states. Because they don't understand that their sensitivity is actually a highly-developed part of their intuitive abilities, they can easily become bombarded and overwhelmed with negatively charged energy, often to the point of carrying that energy as if it was their own. This can make it difficult for them to be around people or to be in large crowds, and it can be disruptive to life's ordinary events. Being ultra-sensitive can cause psyche and psychic depletion, and if not managed it can, over the course of time, have a negative impact their physical health. As a medical intuitive, I've found that it can be an underlying contributor to things such as allergies, muscle issues, hypothyroidism, insomnia, and even weight gain.
It's true that all people are sensitive. However, some people are ultra-sensitive and the term used for this increased sensitivity is empathic. Being empathic, means that you amplify and magnify all information coming into your brain in a way that heightens your instinctive (intuitive) awareness, so you're able to interpret the hidden meanings behind what you see, hear, feel, and touch. This can be a marvelous ability if you understand what it is, what it's for, and learn how to develop it in a way that it can help you be more expressive and can help you get more in-tune with your spiritual nature. It can also be a positive, powerful ability that can be used to help other people understand themselves and their sensitivities. Without this understanding, it can be very unsettling and can alter both how you interact with people and how you live your life.
- What it means to be empathic.
- The difference between empathic, intuitive, and spiritual.
- The connection between personality, empathic, and intuition.
- The neurological communication centers of the empathic brain.
- The different kinds of empathic sensitivity.
- How to differentiate if what you're feeling is yours or someone else's.
- The importance of living in your body and taking care of it.
- How to be empathic and live a normal life.
- Techniques to bring out, enhance, and balance your empathic skills.
How do you know if this audio download is right for you? Ask yourself these questions:
- Do people tell you that you are too sensitive for your own good?
- Do you feel overwhelmed with inexplicable emotions that don't feel like your own?
- Can you feel other people's physical ailments?
- Do you pick up emotions, thoughts, and sensations that can't be explained by logic or by your past experiences?
- Do you feel drained, agitated, and sad when around people?
- Do people seek you out and tell you things about their lives even when you don't want them to?
- Can you be thinking about someone and have them call or show up?
- Can you pick up thoughts from someone else and say what they're thinking?
If you answered "yes" to any one of these statements, or to all of these statements, then you'll want to download the Science and Art of Being Empathic Telegathering.
This audio download provides an exciting look into the world of being empathic and helps you learn what you can do to harness and develop your empathic skills.
Light & Love,