June 14, 2011
Empaths Have a Keen Sixth Sense
They are compassionate individuals who have healing abilities they may not be aware of. They have a keen sixth sense about things. They sense and know things that no one has told them. They may hear voices, see apparitions, or smell things that others in the room do not.
When I wrote my book, More Than Meets the Eye, True Stories About Death, Dying, and Afterlife, I was dealing with a lot of disembodied spirits coming to me—my uncle was one of them. I didn’t know why ghosts were paying me visits, but I felt like I was somehow supposed to help them. Researching to write that book was very helpful in finding answers not only for what the ghosts needed, but for learning how to protect my energy field as an empath.
The ill, the suffering, and those with weak boundaries are drawn to the unconditional love an empath emits by default. Therefore, an untrained empath can be bombarded with energetic information that causes emotional, mental, and physical distress. They may feel overwhelmed in a crowd, have precognizant feelings about a situation or person, see shadows or ghosts, hear voices, or express random mood swings and bouts of unexplained fatigue or ailments. Some manifest symptoms similar to bipolar (manic-depressive) disorder. Until they learn how to shut out the energy of others, they may have a pretty miserable existence in which they feel like they have to be entirely alone in order to survive. Because they can’t go into public settings, they may become hermits.
A well-developed empath knows how to turn on and off this intuitive ability at will. They use their gift to “read” people and situations without taking on detrimental energy.
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