Empath Empowerment Book Review. What’s the book in question? “Empath Empowerment in 30 Days.”
Published just last year. Still a baby!
Of course, the main point of this article is to show you the review from the Midwest Book Review. When you see the portions of it that I either bold or put in pullout quotes, you may appreciate the significance.
Before the review, I’ve decided to share some extra info that might bring you perspective.
5 Reasons this Empath Empowerment Book Review
Is a Big Deal for Me and, Maybe, You
Reason #1. What are the odds?
“Empath Empowerment in 30 Days” is one of just seven books reviewed this month for the “Self-Help Shelf.” Included in the monthly reviews from the Midwest Review of Books.
One simple statistic gives you a sense of the odds: In 2017 alone, over 1 million indie books were published.
Reason #2. The Washington Post Refuses to Review Books Like Mine. Ever.
Why would The Washington Post categorically refuse to review any of my books, period?
Because they’re self-published.
Reason #3. The Washington Post Also Categorically Scorns How-To Books
What’s the exception? Occasionally they’ll publish an article about how-to books that gripes, sneers, debunks, etc. Like one they published on Jan. 17 of this year.
Reason #4. No Way Would The New Yorker Review this Book, Either
Self-published = trash, evidently. Although I otherwise adore this magazine and pay for a print subscription. (Just as I do to support the Post.)
Reason #5. The New Yorker Would Also Reject EEin30 for This Reason…
There simply aren’t enough empaths in their readership to make this book relevant.
Yeah, right. One in 20 people — even New Yorkers like me — are born as empaths.
Haha, so that’s not the reason. Look, it’s great that my favorite magazine publishes book reviews any more. So few publications bother at all.
Fact is, The New Yorker only considers highbrow books: Academic tomes, or self-consciously arty fiction about people with dramatic histories or intense psychological misery.
Oh well. All that said, you can appreciate why…
Every Empath Empowerment Book Review Is Like a Godsend to Me
When it comes to being published in The New Yorker, sob! Although it’s unlikely that either you or I will ever make the cut…
BTW, you can definitely, definitely publish book reviews at Amazon. Like at this link, for instance.
I’d sure love that. And now, ta da!
Empath Empowerment Book Review at Small Press Bookwatch: February 2019
Here it is. Over at their Self-Help Shelf
Synopsis: Empathy is the capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing from within their frame of reference, that is, the capacity to place oneself in another’s position. There are many definitions for empathy that encompass a broad range of emotional states. Types of empathy include cognitive empathy, emotional empathy, and somatic empathy. (Wikipedia)
Are you among the 1 in 20 people born as an empath? Then you’re a Highly, Highly Sensitive Person, ultra-perceptive. Only have you ever specifically noticed that? Seemingly beyond your control, being an empath can weaken your sense of “Who am I?”
Rose Rosetree’s Empath Empowerment is the only trademarked system in America for helping empaths to stop suffering in ways that aren’t about being sensitive but, rather, result from having an empath’s highly porous aura. Important, since 1 in 20 people born as an empath!
And Then the Review Gets Even Better…
“Empath Empowerment in 30 Days” offers a systematic course for gaining excellent skills as an empath. All readers need do is read one (fast-moving, entertaining) chapter per day. Then do a bit of homework. In 10 minutes a day, readers will become skilled empaths in just 30 days.
Clearly written, with unique illustrations, “Empath Empowerment in 30 Days” is a how-to instructional manual that includes a clear explanation of what happens to all unskilled empaths, whether they know it or not: “Unskilled empath merge”. This subconscious-level habit deposits “STUFF” in the empath’s aura, a particular kind of problem that happens only to empaths. Only the skills that readers learn here will break this unproductive habit, leading to more mental clarity, more stable emotions, and a stronger sense of self.
Written by America’s most experienced empath coach, “Empath Empowerment in 30 Days” was originally published in 2009 as “Become The Most Important Person in the Room: Your 30-Day Plan to Empath Empowerment.” This adapted version of the material has been significantly improved, in keeping with the author’s experience teaching empaths worldwide.
Find more information about Empath Empowerment at the author’s website, rose-rosetree.com.
Finally, the “Critique”
Critique: “Empath Empowerment in 30 Days” is #1 of 4 in a series of Empath Empowerment Books, each one specifically designed to help empaths use their full potential in life. Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, “Empath Empowerment in 30 Days” is very highly recommended for community and academic library Psychology, Metaphysics, and Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections. It should be noted for personal reading lists that “Empath Empowerment in 30 Days” is also available in a digital book format (Kindle, $9.99).