I was living an out-of-body experience for years without realising it. I think I'm not the only one, and I don't think empaths are exempt from this misconception. In fact, because of the sometimes painful emotional intensity that we experience in our bodies, we may be even more prone to abandoning them than other people.… Continue reading Struggling to find your ground?
Don't worry, the title is metaphorical (and not meant as an offence to nudists or blind people). But this is what some empaths and clairsentients seem to feel like – at first – when we try, perhaps for the first time in life, to navigate life without having our psi-radar scan everyone, everywhere, all the… Continue reading Walking down High Street naked, backwards and blind: empaths and hypervigilance
For some people, it's enough to understand what an empath is and that they are one; i.e. to take the possibility that part (or a lot) of what they are feeling on a daily basis are not emotions, feelings, moods or sensations that are generated within them, by their own system, based on their own… Continue reading (Why) do other people’s feelings “stick” to you?
This is something I have learnt to do after well over a year of actively investigating my empath radar. I realised that I can sometimes pick up completely different vibrations from the same person or object depending on my state of mind. The other flavours will still be there, but the dominating one will have… Continue reading Empath last ditch strategy: if you can’t switch it off, switch the channel
If somebody’s energy “sticks” to you for longer than just an initial flash of recognition-and-letting-go, you have an issue with manifestations of that energy in you, or something it conveys/brings up. This way, as we say in Poland, you can trace back along the thread to find the skein. Every time. One of my teachers… Continue reading How to use your empath experiences for debugging yourself