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Empath Reads Faces. A Guest Post by Zelda

Rose Rosetree's first graduating class, Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis(TM)

Empath Reads Faces. Also teaches Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis(TM)

All the skills of Rosetree Energy Spirituality work together. I didn’t think of it when bringing forth one of the skill sets after another. Maybe that’s a bit like having one child after another. One day you wake up and think, “There’s family.”

This fitting together is very present to me today as I graduate the first-ever group of hypnotists taking the specialized training in Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis(TM).

As happy coincidence would have it, Zelda has created a beautiful guest post about two seemingly disparate parts of Rosetree Energy Spirituality working together for her, the skills of Empath Empowerment(R) and Face Reading Secrets(R). She also referred to the skill set of Spiritual Cleansing and Protection  (the “Psychic Coercion Cleanse”.) And the separate skill set of 12 Steps to Cut Cords of Attachment(R).

So, actually, she describes solving a problem in life with help from FOUR different components of  Rosetree Energy Spirituality.

The wisdom and wit are Zelda’s. I just added headings, links, minor edits. Zelda, I wasn’t just fascinated to read this guest post. As your teacher, I was touched, and felt so honored at how you are using these skills of Deeper Perception.

Empath Reads Faces

I had an interesting experience this week that had introversion and helpful information I learned in the in-person face reading session you did for me and thought I’d write about it.

Out of the blue, I was notified by my new boss of a wonderful teaching opportunity he’d just heard about from a company requesting the training I do. There are many reasons this is perfect for me, so I responded immediately via email.

Then a colleague sent me an email saying she’d told him she was interested as well and “Wouldn’t it be so awesome for us to work together on this??! A dream team!!”

Empath Reads Faces. And Also Uses Self-Authority

While I am fond of this person, I wasn’t thrilled by the thought of co-teaching.

This is when my thoughts took me back to the face reading.

Granted, I do know these things about myself, but having learned the specifics from the face reading about my preferred style of working helped enormously in this situation.

This colleague is quite extroverted and her enthusiasm can hit like a tidal wave. Which it did.

I ended up using self-healing skills of RES. Even so, I was so incredibly uncomfortable about the thought of having to team teach this class that I couldn’t sleep the night after our conversation!

Along with having to carve out space for my needs in the scenario, not knowing if she’d take it personally and be mad at me.

Empath Reads Faces. Both Skill Sets Helped.

That’s where the face reading really helped. I’m incredibly sensitive and wired to work independently. I remember Rose even saying that the thought of having to develop a class by committee would be just awful. True!

In the end, through talking with my wonderful new boss, we agreed that it would be better for me to do the class myself. So I explained it as tactfully as possible to my colleague. And felt an enormous sense of relief.

The interesting part was the tension I felt between being an introvert, sensitive, and being wired to best do this particular kind of work on my own vs. the cultural expectations around “collaboration,” not being too “big for your britches,” and not actively going after getting your needs met.

A couple of years ago, I would have most likely caved and collaborated due to the forcefulness of this woman’s desires. I’m aware of the unspoken but ever present expectations in this particular work culture. “Don’t stand out or speak up or go after things you want.” Or at least don’t publicize that. “Keep your talent under the radar.”

The combination of being a skilled empath now and the extra support from the face reading made all the difference.

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    Julie says:

    Great post, Zelda. I run into these collaborative expectations too, in my profession. Though, there, it’s mostly in the form of working on committees, and having 9 or 10 people sit around a table and hammer out how to do things. I much prefer to work in a more individual way. I like the company of other people, but I like to handle my own projects in a very individual way.

    I do consider myself a team player, but sometimes I run the risk of not being considered one, because my work style is pretty introverted! I am good at focusing, very productive, and I do not like distractions.

    By contrast, some of my coworkers are like the arms of a Hindu deity, with many arms going in many directions, all at once. And they prefer it that way! Some of them have a work style that likes “shared work” going on at all times, rather than each doing his or her own best, separately, for the good of the whole.

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    Kira says:

    I’m an extravert, but even so, I like working by myself in most cases. The kind of collaboration I like is sharing ideas about the final project (so far, this has all been artistic work) and then splitting it into one person doing the art and the other doing the layout.

    As a result, I can sympathize to a point, but I don’t think I’ve ever had a job that required the kind of collaboration you mention, so I don’t fully relate to the environment you’re in.

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    Suz says:

    Zelda, it is nice to read an account of using several techniques together to navigate through your situation successfully. Good going!

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    Elaine says:

    Wonderful post Zelda and congrats on utilizing a creative and effective approach toward a solution. I can totally relate. I have worked for myself for many years and I prefer not to enter into collaborative working situations, ever. Just my way of doing things that end up with optimum results.

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    Zelda says:

    Thanks for your comments, Elaine, Suz, Kira, and Julie.

    Isn’t it helpful to encounter people who understand our particular style and honor it?

    I like your choice of words, Elaine – “Just my way of doing things that end up with optimum results.”

    I had a wonderful few weeks prior to this encounter in which I had opportunities to set up work projects for myself and what a thrill it was to just fly at my own speed, take care of the details, see the happy students and $$$, and just know that I was doing a great, uninhibited job at it.

    Optimum results, yes!

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    Zelda says:

    Since ditching a lot of STUFF over the years, I am so aware now of just how much time and energy winds up being spent churning STUFF in organizations, and people think that they are somehow being productive.

    Work for me now feels so much “cleaner.” Go in, take care of details, have as much fun as possible in the process, be of service, collect the money, done.

    Use Energy Spirituality skills to clean up along the way and make smart decisions, too!

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