Stop feeling guilty or confused just because you were born as an empath.
It happens, you know. It happens more than it needs to, especially now with the publication of Become the Most Important Person in the Room: Your 30-Day Plan for Empath Empowerment.
An experience with a client is fresh in my mind. “Elsie” is sitting in my pink office in Sterling, VA, starting an in-person session of Aura Healing and Transformation. When I ask her for an intention, one way that she hopes the session will help her, Elsie supplies a long, long list of problems.
This list isn’t impossibly long. For a lifetime. But for one 55-minute session? Well, yes, that list is impossibly long.
After some probing, however, the underlying problem becomes clear. And it becomes clear to both of us, fortunately. So far, Elsie is a very unskilled empath.
During our session, I facilitate cutting a major Cord of Attachment. It had badly squished her sense of self.
Liberating Elsie from this 24/7 imprinting (a.k.a. Cord of Attachment) will help Elsie to pursue skills as an empath. STUFF in an aura can often make empath skills harder to acquire than normal. If your aura is reasonably clear, it is absolutely easy to become a Skilled Empath, especially by using Become the Most Important Person in the Room: Your 30-Day Plan for Empath Empowerment.
Empaths can transform their lives by developing the skill set I call Empath Empowerment (TM). For Elsie, and quite possibly YOU, the most cost-effective method will be to read that brand new book.
One short chapter a day, plus one 10-minute homework assignment. After 30 days, voila! One more Skilled Empath can grace the world.
Empath healing, empath empowerment
Becoming a Skilled Empath means what? You stop taking on STUFF from other people and having it become deposited right in your aura.
On the level of auras, it’s obvious when somebody has become a Skilled Empath. Not only is there way less STUFF. The empath is very lively and self-aware, which gleams out all over that empath’s aura.
By contrast, Unskilled Empaths are holding onto STUFF galore, including STUFF that ooches in courtesy of the most casual interactions with other people. Of course, on the bright side, there is at least one gift as an empath.
My definition of “Empath” is that you have at least one significant, trainable gift for direct experience of what it is like to be another person. You can call this a “Gift of the Soul,” because it’s lifelong, like a fingerprint. Actually, most empaths have MANY gifts, not just one.
That’s the good news, even for an Unskilled Empath. But if unskilled, other components of the empath’s aura are half-asleep, out of proportion, not functioning well at all.
So, stop feeling guilty already
When I talked with Elsie about solving her problems, I asked what she’d been doing to become a Skilled Empath. Immediately a guilty expression distorted her pretty face. And she told me, “I’ve been working on it.”
This is the big social cliché, the thing “everyone knows” a person is “supposed” to do so you stop being “too sensitive.”
Is malarkey too strong a word? If you want to stop feeling guilty or weak, try something new. Start reading Become the Most Important Person in the Room.
Plenty of well-intended empaths feel guilty because they just know what they’re supposed to do and somehow they never get around to it. Well, that storied approach doesn’t work. Maybe that’s why might have such trouble getting around to it.
Try an approach that does work, waking yourself up from the inside. And doing it in such a way that your whole life becomes better. As part of that, you will stop taking on STUFF belonging to others. And your gift(s) as an empath can become positively amazing sources of joy for you, help for those you care to help.
When you choose to.