Rose Rosetree Demonstrates Skilled Empath Merge

Rose Rosetree Demonstrates Skilled Empath Merge

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Being born an empath is not a disability. It is an opportunity. It could even be considered a privilege — both in terms of how much more you can enjoy life and how much better you can serve others.

If you’re that 1 in 20 people born as an empath, thank your lucky stars.

Except, oops! The goodies are available only if you become a Skilled Empath. Being “merely” talented as an empath won’t help make your life fun at all. Just the opposite.

Empower Yourself as an Empath

Check out the following links to educate yourself about what needs healing and what doesn’t. (Also what works best for healing and what may bring you busywork rather than healing.)

  1. Why Invisible Shields don’t work
  2. The problem with working on your Boundaries
  3. Empath vs. Co-Dependent
  4. Empath vs. Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)
  5. Considering yourself special and oh-so-delicate
  6. Could you be defining your gift wrong?

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Empath BookBecome The Most Important Person in the Room
Ever worry that your sensitivity is a curse? Get skills! Practical, innovative, fun to read. 1 short chapter daily + 10 minutes to experiment = A far better life as a Skilled Empath.

Empath Empowerment BookEmpowered by Empathy
Pioneering, thought-provoking book about Empath Empowerment™. Helps the 1 in 20 people born with strong sensitivity.

Empath empowerment audiobookAudiobook: Empowered by Empathy
Read by Two Skilled Empath: Marilyn Cooley and Rose Rosetree. Over seven hours of coaching to help you become a Skilled Empath, too

Empath NovelA Novel for Empaths
A spiritual thriller, brimming with social satire. Watch that main character go from clueless, suffering empath to SkilledEmpath.

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