Are you an Intuitive Empath?
Are we just too sensitive, or we crazy imagining that we can feel others feelings?
An intuitive empath is not an emotional or sensitive person with too much empath or imagination.
There is a real phenomenon where some of us have massive open intuitive bandwidth, we literally can and do feel whatever we’re tuned into – other people’s feelings, the way the earth feels beneath us, collective fears, etc.
What is an Intuitive Empath?
An intuitive empath is someone who’s tuned in to everything, like having an open emotional bandwidth.
But don’t we all tune in sometimes?
Absolutely yes. We all have intuition. We are all empaths to some degree, but most are not conscious of it and some have closed their intuitive bandwidth (consciously or unconsciously).
Think of being an empath as a continuum, a scale rather than a ‘Yes I am” or “No I’m not” – it’s the very open intuitive empaths that struggle the most with picking up on too much, the sweet music of life and the nightmares of painful emotions.
What can you do to cope with Empathic skills?
I’ll bet that sometimes you might feel overwhelmed by feeling everyone’s emotional radio stations? Perhaps you’ve tried to shut off the connections, but then you shut off all the wonderful songs of life also.
Some empaths have told me that they get taken advantage of, being too empathetic and struggling with boundaries in life and intuitively.
But being an intuitive empath, and feeling everything intuitively including what others feel doesn’t have to be a burden — it can become a gift.
I know what it’s like to feel too much, to be intuitively tuned in to such an extent that you feel overwhelmed.
But I’ve also learned how to consciously choose to tune in deeper, deeper than the personality, deeper than the surface mind and ego to find the waters of wisdom that waits in us all.
That’s why I offer these teachings, to help other empaths to train their intuition to become a gift in their own lives and even in others.
This training of our Empath intuition is both a science and an art, where we learn how to switch from the sympathetic stressed nervous system dominance to a parasympathetic relaxed nervous system dominance — so that we can truly use our empath skills in a way that helps ourselves and others, while supporting our very sensitive bodies and minds.
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