Blog for Empaths and Highly Sensitive Persons

Healing Depression in The Highly Sensitive Person

Healing Depression in The Highly Sensitive Person

August 19th, 2015

 
Imagine your soul is a jigsaw puzzle. Let’s say this personal mosaic has 1,000 pieces. On their own, some pieces will appear dark and murky, and others will appear brighter and more joyous. These darker and murkier aspects of the self are but pieces of the immense beauty of the totality of who we really are—the full jigsaw puzzle. Yet we’re taught to disown and...
The Highly Sensitive Person’s Guide to Dealing with Tragedy

The Highly Sensitive Person’s Guide to Dealing with Tragedy

June 21st, 2015

 
Yes, it hurts. For some, it hurts a lot. Pain is part of being human. It is inevitable; however, unnecessary suffering is not. It does not serve you or others to carry other persons’ pain to the point of emotional overload, physical weakness or even mental debilitation.
There’s nothing wrong with feeling the pain of tragedies. That can be your gift and perhaps your...
How to Clear Entities

How to Clear Entities

May 26th, 2015

 
I assure you that my “left brain” hated typing that title. As if what I do each day isn’t odd enough — guiding clients in identifying and releasing Empathic Illness is ‘a bit out there’ — now I’m going to tell you what I’ve found to be by far and away the best way of clearing entities. 
I don’t advertise this...
Finding Happiness When There is so Much Pain in the World

Finding Happiness When There is so Much Pain in the World

May 14th, 2015

 
Not long ago I asked a learned elder named Carl, “How can I be happy when there is so much pain in the world?”
He thought for a brief moment and answered my question with another question, “So you’re saying that as long as there is suffering, you don’t deserve happiness?”
“Well, I could be happy if I focused solely within my...
Don’t Die with Your Music Still Inside You

Don’t Die with Your Music Still Inside You

April 10th, 2015

 
 Wayne Dyer addressed a crowd of hundreds many years ago, and in an odd moment -- or so it seemed to my friend -- Dr. Dyer seemed to say to my friend directly, “Don’t die with your music still inside you.”
 It hit my friend hard. Having been in the music industry for years as a producer, others reaped the benefits of his hard work. But not any...
Can Being Sensitive Make You Sick?

Can Being Sensitive Make You Sick?

March 2nd, 2015

 
I hated going to malls. I preferred isolation rather than crowds (and just a few people could mean a crowd to me!) I preferred to be among animals than most humans.
I managed to live alone and work alone from home, and avoided true emotional intimacy with most people.
And I managed to justify it all, never really inquiring why I was this way.
And then I got...
How to Get Rid of What No Longer Serves You

How to Get Rid of What No Longer Serves You

February 23rd, 2015

          Have you ever been told that you can "get rid of what no longer serves you"? That tagline sells a lot of books and fills up workshops, but does it work? 
I've worked with thousands of people who have been trying to heal or "get rid of" everything from the more tangible (for example, fibromyalgia, digestive issues, financial debt) to the emotional...
4 Powerful Words to Get You Through Self-Doubt

4 Powerful Words to Get You Through Self-Doubt

January 20th, 2015

 
 
“It’s time you stepped up to the big-time, Dave” she said.
“What do you mean?” I replied.
“Your workshop numbers have been consistently higher than the rest. We want you to speak on the same bill as Deepak Chopra at the Javitz Center; we’re expecting 5,000 people. Are you interested?”
I thought to myself,...

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