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    Hardworking empaths, ease up

    July 13th, 2014 by Rose Rosetree
    Empath Empowerment(R) is effortless, no heavy lifting required

    Empath Empowerment(R) is effortless, no heavy lifting required

    During a session yesterday, my client GLADYS let it slip how hard she was working towards Empath Empowerment.

    “I do as much as I can every day,” she told me.

    “After I did the 30-day program in Become The Most Important Person in the Room, I have done as many of the exercises as I can each day. Like Soul Day and Intellect Day.”

    Headslapper moment for ROSE! And educational moment to follow for GLADYS. :-)

    In case you have been working hard, too hard as an empath

    The 30-Day Program in that how-to book for empaths is not meant to work like the game “I packed my suitcase.” For each of the 30 days, ideally, you read one short chapter. You do the homework, if any. For that day. For no more than 10 minutes that day.

    By contrast, what about the “I packed my suitcase” idea? In case you remember, that’s a game of repeating and adding to a long, long sentence. As in:

    “I packed my suitcase, and in it I put a marble, a beachball, a golf ball, a silk rose, a scarf, a toothbrush, and a teddy bear.”

    Nope, this is more of a daybook. You do that day’s exercise, that day’s chance to experiment — free and clear and one-of-a-kind for that particular day.

    Please, please, do that only day’s educational process of Empath Empowerment. Do that day’s assignment and then let it go. With the possible exception of the “New Eyes” chapter.

    A sequential method

    This easiest book for Empath Empowerment is a cycle-through course: Your 30-Day Plan for Empath Empowerment.

    Skip the last three days, if you like. That is where you learn how to do Skilled Empath Merge. Delightful and useful? Yes. Required to be a skilled empath? Nope.

    To live with your empath gifts OFF, your sense of identity ON — that is the basic way to have a great life as an empath.

    For deeper, fuller results with Empath Empowerment, wait a month and then cycle through that how-to book again. You’ll do better with each successive go-around.

    You’ll do better by doing things easier, not harder. Trying or struggling or otherwise striving to be an A+ student won’t help you. The entire program in this book for empaths is meant to do a big-deal thing of effortlessness, where you stop trying in the usual ways, relax in other ways, and allow your consciousness to gently shift into keeping your empath gifts OFF and your humanity sounding loud and clear.

    True empath skills require a balancing act of consciousness, a process, a kind of reset, a slightly easier way to be.

    Then, if you wish, once you have become a skilled empath, you can learn to do Skilled Empath Merge: Specific techniques that you learn one at a time. You can learn one such technique from Become The Most Important Person in the Room. A whole book of them awaits you in The Master Empath.

    So Become The Most Important Person in the Room is not a new juggling act, nor a way to try ever harder. Any more than it is a set of coping tips and techniques. Enjoy the systematic approach that is more than the sum of its parts. No struggle required.

    Just like being a skilled empath, which is such a non-struggle. Maybe for the first time ever in your life, if you were among the 1 in 20 people born as an empath.

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    4 Comments on “Hardworking empaths, ease up”

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    Suz said:

    Your books are really helping, Rose.

    Yesterday I went to a big trade show and after a while realized I was not feeling the usual bombardment from others. Well, I did spot a pick pocket / con man, but he was really sending out garbage plain as day, lol. The rest of the time there was calm and quiet, and I was the most important person in the whole place. Very nice.

    Thanks.

    July 13th, 2014 at 11:49 pm
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    Kira said:

    I was just recommending that book to someone in an HSP Yahoo Group. I tried to describe that it was a book that requires doing things without making it sound like doing a *lot* of things. Not sure if I succeeded; I should point him to this post just in case.

    July 14th, 2014 at 12:31 am
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    David.. said:

    Well – if the book required working hard or a suitcase, I flopped. Half the time I’d forget to do the exercise that day. Most of the time the attention was more on the insights that were unfolding. Re-examining my life in this new context.

    Definitely a book I’ll be going back around with again. But first – Empath Empowerment. ;-)

    July 15th, 2014 at 1:28 am
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    Cathy said:

    David, I’m glad I’m not the only one who has flopped a little on the daily exercise! And it wasn’t because I totally forgot all the time either ;) It was because in the first ten days, the exercises really opened up a lot of ‘stuff’ I had to evaluate in my life, how I handled all manner of things, and practice the new ways of dealing with things. Be Deep and the Be Deep Quickie were, I think, the most profound. Going grocery shopping and not feeling like I was going to have a mental breakdown was phenomenal. I had to get used to all the little changes before moving on. And no, I didn’t do as many as possible every day :D

    August 12th, 2014 at 1:49 am
     
     

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