Malled is one word for it, that strangely
mutilated psychic state some of us suffer after a trip to the mall.
always gets malled. Returning home after a shopping trip, she feels like an
emotional basket case. No wonder she usually stays home instead.
“How can kids hang out at the malls for fun?” Emily sighs.
Actually she isn’t curious about that so much as she tries to divert
attention. It’s hard for Emily not to blame herself. Millions of people—most
people so far as she can tell—don’t find shopping a major ordeal. So what’s
wrong with her?
Empath talent is the problem, talent that Emily hasn’t yet learned to use on
purpose. Many unskilled empaths interpret their talent negatively, calling
themselves names like “over-sensitive,” “neurotic,” or “co-dependent.”
Ridiculous! Empaths have talent. You can you purposely use that talent for a
has suffered from a problem related to a different form of empath talent.
Until recently, he thought he was a hypochondriac.
“I’ll go into a business meeting and come out with weird physical ailments.
For years this sort of thing has been happening. I thought I was making it
up. But eventually I realized the aches and pains were real. They just
belonged to other people, not me.
“Here’s how I discovered I was doing this. A woman where I work suffers
from migraines. But when they first start to hit, she’s in such denial that
she has no clue about any headache. By the time this woman, Ellen, notices
that something is wrong, her headache has become a full-blown migraine and
she has to go to the emergency room.
“One day I connected this with what was happening to me. When we’re together
at work and her symptoms start, I get a headache. This headache really
belongs to her but I’m sharing it, crazy though that may sound. Anyway,
here’s what we do now at the office. At the first sign of my getting a
headache, I call Ellen and say, “You have a headache. Go take your
medicine.” Ellen listens to me. She takes her medicine. And guess what? Now
it never gets to the point where anyone has to drive her to the hospital.
“Great, I’m glad to help Ellen. But she never pays me to be her doctor or
headache wearer... whatever you choose to call it. How can I stop taking on
people’s physical symptoms when I don’t want to?”
Many so-called “hypochondriacs” are really volunteers who connect
empathically with people’s health problems. Having talent like this is much
more enjoyable when you learn how to use an empath’s built-in
If You’re an Empath, You Don’t Have to Suffer
The desire to have control as an empath is healthy. Harvey’s wish to stop
being drafted into service as a volunteer empath, for instance -- that is
natural and healthy. Just because you have talent as an empath doesn’t mean
you must be a slave to it, automatically available 24 hours a day. The
solution is to learn to use your talent as empath in a way that will make
Most empaths don’t have experiences as extreme as those of Harvey or
Emily. (These are real students of mine; I just changed their names here.)
On the other hand, you may be misinterpreting pesky -- but solvable -- problems
that arise in your own life. What’s the underlying cause? Living with empath talent but without skills.
Empath talent used on purpose will increase your freedom. It can be your
ticket to experiences of higher consciousness. I would love to teach you
those skills. So you can find out for yourself why the method that I offer
is called Empath
What if there could be a weekend workshop to fast-track you?
Oh, there sure is! I’ve been teaching this Level 1 Workshop to empaths for
years. And it works.
In North America, Europe, and Asia, I have taught this workshop, bringing
such wonderful results into the lives of people like you. Plus I have had
students from Australia and South America and they learned fine, too.
Did You Know?
Loads of services and workshops are offered to help empaths. But they’re not
all created equal.
There’s a huge difference between passing along random “coping tips” or
confusing “energy clean-up” with workable skill for empaths.
As for the “Avoid people, and fear the energy vampires” method -- that would
be laughable if it weren’t so sad... how empaths blame themselves when this
kind of “skill” doesn’t really make their lives better.
Here’s my perspective, as the most experienced Empath Coach you will meet...
and the first to publish a self-help book for empaths:
If you were born as an empath, of course you can learn the effortless skill
set called Empath Empowerment®.
This is the only trademarked system in America for helping empaths. And it
really does help.
Every day you can confidently move forward in skills and confidence until being yourself
is an effortless delight.
How could you jump-start that process in one sweet-and-easy weekend
workshop? Find out by clicking here for details. You’ll also learn about a
free service that I offer to anyone who is seriously considering taking my
Level 1 Workshop this year.
LEARN MORE and REGISTER
(Travel and accommodation info also provided.)
Incidentally: Seating for this workshop is limited to 25, so every single
participant receives individual attention. Might I recommend that you
reserve your place today? Before you sign up online, first email
Workshop Coordinator Mitch.
Make sure there is still room for you.