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Empath Empowerment 2017 Workshop Is Coming

Empath Empowerment 2017 Workshop Rose Rosetree

Who will come to metro Washington D.C. for the Empath Empowerment® Workshop 2017?

Empaths will come. Empaths who seek an even better life. That’s who will be coming to my Empath Empowerment 2017 Workshop.

Fast-growing empaths from far and wide! (Already one participant is coming all the way from England.) Also, just possibly, YOU.

There’s so much I can tell you in advance about that workshop. Why you might consider attending. And how those two fast-moving days could move you forward by six months with your level of skill as an empath.

Easiest way to get a taste for the fun and passion of this workshop? Just check out this new YouTube video: Empath Empowerment® Skills with Rose Rosetree.

When Empath Empowerment Doesn't Seem to Work. A Guest Post by SANDY.

Connecting the dots about Empath Empowerment Skills

Connecting the dots about Empath Empowerment Skills

We have a real treat today, Blog-Buddies, for those of you who are empaths. In today’s guest post, SANDY courageously shares a really important saga about using her skills as an empath.

Heads up! An important part of SANDY’s saga is Imported STUFF. In case this term is new to you, Imported STUFF is 1 of the 15 kinds of STUFF that can be identified, and removed, with skills in this system of Energy Spirituality. Imported STUFF is a sign of being an unskilled empath.

So far I haven’t written a blog post about this yet, but I sure have written about Imported STUFF in my books for empaths. Because they teach how to develop empath skills which PREVENT your getting Imported STUFF.

For SANDY’s guest post I have added just some headings, minor edits, and links that explain some of the technical parts of her journal. Yes, SANDY has given us a miniature journal.

Living La Vita Empath, a Journal Summarized by SANDY

At the beginning of this journal, I planned to cover what I thought were teaching gaps in Rose’s workshops.

While reflecting and writing, I realized that the onus is on me to take what Rose taught and apply it to my situational needs. Rose cannot tell me what I need nor should she be expected to. She laid out the dots. It is up to me to connect them.