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The Presence of an UNSKILLED Empath, Completed

If you think there are lots of circles in this picture, that's a tiny amount, compared to the problems of unskilled empaths

Do you see lots of circles in this picture? That amount is TEENSY compared to how many problems an unskilled empath can suffer, detracting from personal presence.

Empath Empowerment® is quite simple to learn, one step at a time. But types of suffering that an empath can experience? These are tremendously varied.

Every single empath gift can make life really complicated, until you get empath skills.

And isn’t life today already more complicated than it has ever been in human history?

Just remember, Blog-Buddies, the story of every born empath can always have a happy ending! The trick is to learn those pretty simple skills.

Lessons from My Garden: Easter Blessings

easter egg, lily

Joyous Easter to you, Blog-Buddies, if you celebrate this day as a holiday. And everyday inspiration if you don’t.

It would be great if you would share comments below about the best that Easter means to you.

I’ll do my bit in the article that follows.

For me, this holiday is about love. The triumph of love.

What Does and Doesn’t Matter to Me about Easter

Lessons from My Garden: The Momentum of Enjoyment

Basil

Basil is a self-renewing form of deliciousness. The more you take, the more you get.

I love that about annual plants. Unlike perennials, they come into your world (grow in your garden) just once. So they give you their all.

Under decent conditions, an annual flower or herb will give and give and give.

A basil plant, for instance, will loyally deliver its part of your pesto. Again and again and again.

When a Garden Herb Really Delivers, You Can Taste It

Empath Merge with Plant Empath Hanna Kroeger

Meet the great herbalist Hannah Kroeger

Meet the great herbalist Hanna Kroeger

Widely acknowledged as one of the greatest herbalists of modern times, which empath gifts did Hanna Kroeger have?

In her winning entry at our Empath Contest Where Everybody Can Win, SUZ described her relationship with Hannah Kroeger:

“She was a well-known and controversial herbal healer who had a shop in Boulder Colorado where I lived for several years. People came from all over to eat in her little cafe and to see her for healing in a little alcove by the big staircase going up to the cafe. She got in trouble several times for “practicing medicine without a license.” But her ways worked when all else failed.

“While waiting in line to go upstairs, you could look right into her healing alcove and see everything she did. Many were the times I saw her standing with her eyes closed and her hands on a customer, determining what was needed, or moving healing energy.

“I was a bit frightened of her because I always felt like she could see everything about me when she looked my way. It felt like quite a probe. I should have gone and met her!”