Fragile Empaths? This is one of three awful stories that I’ve noticed gaining traction since the last time I offered the Empath Empowerment® Workshop. Since this annual workshop begins exactly one week from today, let’s set the record straight.
Including news crawl that would be showing the latest developments.
Latest development for fragile empaths if you were watching “Empath TV.”
If there really were such a thing as “fragile empaths.”
Also if, in the first place, there were an “Empath TV” show to watch.
Empaths will come. Empaths who seek an even better life. That’s who will be coming to my Empath Empowerment 2017 Workshop.
Fast-growing empaths from far and wide! (Already one participant is coming all the way from England.) Also, just possibly, YOU.
There’s so much I can tell you in advance about that workshop. Why you might consider attending. And how those two fast-moving days could move you forward by six months with your level of skill as an empath.
Nothing like energetic literacy research to sort out what’s what! So every contestant won something: aura reading feedback about a beloved public figure. Maybe you’ve been waiting, though.
What about the Grand Prize, that Skilled Empath Merge?
Well our Grand Prize is being awarded today. Cynthia wins. In Comment #147 she nominated Tim Urban who writes a blog called Wait But Why.
The writing at his blog is so fresh and witty, the graphics superb. And even though I haven’t heard Tim Urban’s Ted Talk, the fact that he’s done one really ups the respect I have for him. Plenty of folks have cute websites loaded with post-postmodern attitude. But real substance?
Blog-Buddies, when I first wrote this article Tina Fey had just won the Mark Twain Prize for humor. She had earned a solid reputation, along with multiple Emmys; most notably for her impersonation of Sarah Palin on “Saturday Night Live” and the hit TV series “30 Rock.”
Since then Tina Fey has continued to have a big career, the latest example being the movie “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.” And, glad to say, energetically she is still herself… not aurically off-kilter like many other celebrities today.
Here we’re going to supplement Tina Fey’s huge, well-earned fame by doing a bit of Skilled Empath Merge. Skip to the end of this post for background on what on earth Skilled Empath Merge would be.
Ready to learn more about the appropriate uses of deeper perception? If that isn’t part of making it practical, what is!
And the timing of this conversation at “Deeper Perception Made Practical” couldn’t be better, as I’m thinking a lot these days about helping empaths, preparing for my once-a-year empath coaching in a group, with the Empath Empowerment Workshop.
Some empaths have been having a spirited conversation over a fascinating topic over at Ask Your Questions about RES. Let the educational experience begin with Comment 53 by ANONYMOUS.
Would you like an upgrade, intuitively speaking? Many of us have friends who regale us constantly with tales of their great insights into life. It’s like news crawl on the bottom of a TV screen or tweeting with an angel.
So much information from what these folks pick up: Wonderful coincidences, how guides find them parking spaces. Or make store items fall off shelves to signal which puchases these people are “supposed” to make.
Certain of your friends may get hits all day long: Interesting knowledge about ailments of total strangers; vitally “important” messages that pop in day and night.
Do you have trouble keeping up? What if I could give you a quick tip for out-flashing all of this!
According to a profile in the Washington Post, “Most bakeries charge between $5 and $8 a slice for wedding cakes. A Maggie Austin cake starts at $10 a slice, with a minimum $800 order.”
That’s chump change to her. Maggie (Austin) LaBaugh is used to charging a minimum of $8,000 (and often much, much more) whenever she bakes a wedding cake. The former ballerina has baked cakes for royal weddings and many of the world’s other A-listers.
When I casually glimpsed her photo in the Post’s recent feature story, the delicacy of this 30-year-old intrigued me. Even with my consciousness positioned, routinely, on the surface of reality, Maggie LaBaugh appears way more refined than superfine sugar.
What is it like to be her? Nothing tells you that better than a Skilled Empath Merge. Today I’ll use this aura picture of Maggie LaBaugh as a basis for baking one up, as it were. (For background on Skilled Empath Merge, see the end of today’s article. Including a link that explains the technical term “chakra databank.”)
NOTE: On February 5, 2016, this post leapt onto our list of the blog’s “15 Most Popular Posts.” As usual with these articles, the big zest is in the COMMENTS.
As often happens, this post began on one theme and morphed into something quite different. In this case, the conversation changed because of a powerful teaching moment set in motion by a brave reader, EMILYH. You’ll see this community come together in support of solving a problem. And eventually we wound up discussing a lot about how Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES) is taught.
Who knows what will develop next? I’m game to find out. How about you?
In this series of occasional posts I’m inviting you to think for yourselves, Blog-Buddies. Use your self-authority to decide about big-deal, popular assumptions in New Age. CONTINUE READING →
Shocking but true: Most empaths are NOT as empathic as they think they are.
What Does It Mean, Being an Empath?
Being an empath is not a behavior. It is not something that a person can choose. Or that anyone can develop. (Unlike empathy, which we’ll get to separately.)
Every empath is a Highly, Highly Sensitive Person; and 1 in 20 of the people on this sweet earth have been born as an empath.
Blog-Buddies, you probably know that this empath coach has identified 15 different talents that an empath might have. You might have several or just one. Either way, being wired with even one talent as an empath means that you qualify.
But did you know how “Empath” is different from “Empathy”? Many of us are pretty fuzzy about the details. CONTINUE READING →