For Empaths and Highly Sensitive People
Empaths are people who tend to feel and absorb the feelings of others due to their high sensitivity to energy.
Years ago, before I realized that I was an empath, I sometimes went through periods of time when I had to hide in my house for a few days after interacting with others. If I had a conversation with someone who was in pain, I would feel sick in my heart and sometimes in my body. I would even feel emotionally sick if I had a dream in which someone I knew was going through a tough time. To this day, if I dream that someone I know is struggling, I can call that person the next day and find out that she is going through a tough time. It’s my intuition.
Years of learning and growing has taught me that empaths like me play an important role. We help other people deal with their pain and suffering. At the same time, however, we take on their pain, which is unhealthy for us.
How about you?
Do you think that you are an empath? Do you want to find out?
I created the Empath Quiz below based on many conversations I’ve had and observations I’ve made through my years of mentoring, teaching, and supporting women.
Be as honest as you can with your answers. Ready?
How to Manage Emotional Overload When You’re an Empath
A FaceBook Live Replay
- How to clear and recharge yourself when you’re drained.
- The easiest thing you can do to know if the emotions you’re experiencing belong to you or someone else.
- A simple way to work with the Chakras (your body’s energy centers) to protect yourself from pain and suffering of other people.
Take the Empath Quiz
Are an empath? Do you want to find out?
Answer a few quick questions to help you identify if you are an empath.
The results are waiting for you as soon as you’re done!
The Empath’s Empowerment Online Course
This course is designed for people who are empathetic, care about other people, and sometimes take on the pain and negative emotions of others.
Master the skills to use your empathy as your strength and secret power, release negativity and build healthy boundaries.