January 9, 2011

Recognizing Your Own Energy

It is especially important for empaths to recognize their own energy and vibration, but many are not able to discern what their own energy feels like enough to know when it has roamed into someone’s territory or when their own energy field is being violated. Most information you pick up from others is very routine or useless, so there’s really no reason to carry it around. There are exercises in my soon-to-be-released book, WHOSE STUFF IS THIS? Finding Freedom from the Thoughts, Feelings, and Energy of Those Around You, to help you learn to sense your own energy and let go of the rest.

If an empath does not understand what is happening he may think he is suffering from some form of mental distress or disorder. Psychology and psychiatry currently do not recognize empathy overload as an illness or know how to treat people who are suffering with this condition. While I am not a doctor nor a psychologist, I am an empath and this empathic “gift” has both blessed and cursed my life. That’s why I have asked Dr. Caron B. Goode to join me in writing my book. Because she is a nationally certified counselor with membership in the American Psychotherapy Association, she is qualified to speak about the psychological issues regarding empathy and intuition. Her insight will reveal the four basic core temperaments: Behavioral, Cognitive, Interpersonal, and Affective and answer questions such as Does everyone have the ability or temperament to develop empathy? Or, are only specific people of certain temperaments prone to empathy? Are all children capable of empathy? How does empathy develop? What Caron and I share with you in this book is intended to help you find a greater measure of inner peace by understanding a concept of the unconscious mind that perhaps no one has ever explained to you before.

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