Psychopaths and Sociopaths. Have you been worrying about them? Glad to say, this blog post can give you an empowering perspective. An Energy Spirituality perspective!
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Psychopaths, Sociopaths, Psychic Vampires, Narcissists?
Let’s get a sense of proportion, okay!
So many people are shocked, shocked, that everybody doesn’t care about:
You can. Which is what matters most.
Still, in a very narrow sense…
Mental Health Practitioners Have the Right to Diagnose Sick People
And that would include Psychopaths, Sociopaths, and Narcissists.
As for Psychic Vampires? The term is nonsense.
Long story there. Look, I’ve learned a lot by doing thousands of Energy Spirituality ENERGY READINGS . Also, I’ve trained many professionals in this field. None of us has ever encountered a single Psychic Vampire. Therefore, to put it bluntly, imo:
“Psychic Vampire” nothing more than fear talk. Spread by “experts” whose skills at reading auras are amateurish.
(Sorry, but it’s true.)
For heaven’s sake, no need to join in the popular fears.
Notice, mental health experts don’t get scared by noticing Psychopaths or Sociopaths. Rather, they know what to how to identify them. Most notably, what to do after making a diagnosis.
How about the Rest of Us? Not Really. Please Don’t Diagnose
Please don’t assume who know what “somebody’s real problem is.” Or call folks highly specific names. Namely… names that you don’t have the right to use unless you’re a mental health professional.
Today (1/12/20) I’m doing some rewrites to the original article here. Glad to say, I’ve got a couple of useful links for you. Related to the fearsome name of “Narcissists.”
The exact same thing is true about calling people Psychopaths and Sociopaths.
Besides, Have You Noticed Yet?
Often articles supposedly about such people are oozing victimhood. Glorifying self-pity. You might even find quite a bit of self-righteous blaming.
Who needs all that victimhood over so-called Psychopaths, etc.? Reminds me of a student I had once, Joe. He bragged, “I don’t weed my garden. It’s just too painful for me, you know? I feel so sorry for the weeds.”
Clearly Joe thought this made him noble. Personally, I thought his attitude — not to mention his pride in it — explained a lot about his pretty miserable quality of life.
One of the very biggest reasons to become an aura reader — something everyone can definitely learn from me, or learn it from another source if you prefer — is so you that can tell who people really are. Not just respond to who they pretend to be.
Meanwhile, calling folks labels like “Sociopath” or “Psychic Vampire” won’t help a thing.
In Conclusion: Trust Life. Even If There Are Some Weirdos out There
In order to have a good life, how deeply must you understand Psychopaths, Sociopaths, etc.? Not deeply at all.
Much more helpful?
- Simply pay attention to how people treat you.
- Also notice what people tell you.
- Put 1 + 1 together. That can bring you a whole lot of protection. Without reading people’s energies constantly, or talking energy talk.
Understandable, being fascinated by energies! But Stage 1 Energetic Literacy is notoriously unreliable. You can do better! But that won’t happen by slinging around negative talk about other people. Or their energies.