Three tips for Empaths May 10, 2016May 10, 2016Categories Empath - Traits ofHelp for Empaths, three tips for empaths, tips for coping as an Empath6 Comments on Three tips for Empaths This week’s video is about three tips for coping as an Empath. Enjoy Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
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The only thing that I ever found to help, when I am hit with some towering dysphoria, is to get to the bottom of the source. These tips are worthless, just trying to distract you. Just yesterday, the moment I got out of bed in the morning I was run over by a spiritual freight train, I could barely get myself to get up, get dressed, and eat breakfast before heading back to bed. I was utterly mystified about it at first because the day before I had been ecstatic. As one of the lead musicians in church, my spirit is bringing joy and fun and discovery to more parishioners than pastor is able to do, and the (graphic) art show I am participating in is turning out to be an unprecedented success. So I lay in bed all morning contemplating these results, and then finally it dawned on me. When I was young, my parents were both secretly very envious of my freedom, my joy, my opportunities to play, run, jump, invent games with my sisters and friends, just have a good time. They made me pay for it, over and over and over again, with egregious attacks, towering rage, at any little fault that they could perceive I was making. It was envy. Once I grasped that simple piece of understanding, then I could move on to the realization that my parents have exactly zero idea of the fun I am having now in my life, I no longer need to fear attack from them. Yes, attacks from other jealous people are still possible but much less likely and also much easier to defend against … there are so many people now who enjoy me, enjoy the things I do, and who don’t mind saying so to other people.
By evening I was back in my shop, doing meticulous work which will be absolutely not monetizable but which will be guaranteed to produce awe and appreciation from my colleagues. What more could I ask for?
Thanks John, for your feedback. Those tips can help in general, but yes, there is certainly more that can be done. Future videos will focus on such things.
I have not been reading your posts for a while… and this one “called” me I guess.
There was nothing really new as far as knowledge is concerned for me in it … which is good… so I could get what you are sharing without trying to understand or figure out what is the message first.
I like this format. A short video. Nice delivery.
The text on the slides are slightly different from the text spoken which I found at times a bit annoying (as far as focus is concerned). Stil a great one. 🙂
Thank you for putting this together and sharing it.
2016-05-10 5:39 GMT+02:00 Psychic Empaths :
> Gary Leigh posted: “This week’s video is about three tips for coping as an > Empath. Enjoy https://youtu.be/DEWVV-3QNr0” >
Thanks for the feedback. It is really, really appreciated. I’m still finding my stride here and using the text as extra information. My intention is to keep things short and too the point and give more if people want it. I’m open to suggestions. 🙂
I am not an empath, but I am a HUGE fan of washing the negative energy away in the shower. I’m really good at visualizing exactly what you described and turning my showers into a meditation. Outside of the shower, I’m not so great at it. 🙂
Thanks Patrick. Appreciate the comment. 🙂