Posts Tagged ‘empath basics’

Skilled Empath Merge with Tina Fey

Tina Fey, ready for her Skilled Empath Merge

Tina Fey, ready for her Skilled Empath Merge

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.

Aren’t You Curious?  What Makes Tina Fey Tick?

Empath Empowerment® Basics on a Podcast

Connie Bowman has interviewed me on Empath Empowerment®

Connie Bowman has interviewed me on Empath Empowerment®

Empaths, have you thought about this lately? We’re so lucky to have this community of people who know a lot about being an empath. We’re seeking and finding ourselves as empaths, using skills that really work.

I’m reminded of that today. Because I’m giving you the opportunity to learn from a podcast that I did quite recently with Connie Bowman, a talented performer and interviewer who has previously done a podcast with me about Face Reading Secrets ®.

Connie is very new to understanding how to use her considerable talent as an empath, so she has asked a lot of questions about the basics.

As an empath sophisticate, you can view the podcast that I’ll share with you here in two quite different ways:

  • Review basic information about Empath Empowerment®
  • Notice the contrast between what the interviewer was expecting and what I delivered — including the title and description that have been given to the podcast.


Seven Reasons Why SKILLED Empaths Need Not Fear Narcissists

Don't let the word "Narcissist" confuse you. Nor the word "Empath."

Don’t let the word “Narcissist” confuse you. Nor the word “Empath.”

A recent conversation really opened my eyes to how much some unskilled empaths have suffered. My Highly, Highly Sensitive fellow empaths, not-yet-skilled… ouch!

This conversation took place on Facebook at the Empath Empowerment® Skills Group. Based on that, I would like to share some ideas related to handling difficult people, whether narcissists or not.

First a few definitions will be necessary, so it’s clear that we mean the same things when using certain terms.

  • An empath is someone with a gift for directly experiencing what it is like to be other people. Empaths are not necessarily people who feel other people’s feelings.
  • Unskilled empaths suffer because, unless the empath actively gains skills to turn the empath gift(s) OFF, there will be suffering, confusion, and loads of other relationship problems. It can be hard to use common sense about whether a relationship is helpful for you or not.
  • Energetically, the kind of problem empaths get is called “Imported STUFF.” In the field of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES), there are 14 other kinds of STUFF, not just what causes empaths to suffer.
  • Imported STUFF complicates ALL of an empath’s relationships, whether we know about this subconscious-level problem or not, also whether we consciously know that we are empaths or not.

Compassion Is Definitely Needed

Compassion needs to be part of the conversation because suffering hurts. Whatever the cause of that distress, whichever personalities are involved, sometimes relationships are really, really hard here at Earth School.

Empath Skills Hasten Enlightenment

Sandra Haering, a skilled empath who has moved into Enlightenment

Sandra Haering, a skilled empath who has moved into Enlightenment

Empath Skills Hasten Enlightenment. In this guest post, RES Apprentice SANDRA HAERING describes how Empath Empowerment® made a big difference. While aiming “To live a life of love in thought, word, and deed.”

I’m a member of that growing group of people in Householder Enlightenment.  It was never my objective to become Enlightened.  I did have a goal for decades, however, which was: “To live a life of love in thought, word, and deed.”

How self-denying; how holy!  At least that was how I interpreted that goal.  In retrospect, I was probably aiming for a type of Enlightenment more typical of religious devotees secreted away in convents, monasteries or caves.