Hop Daddy
Hop Daddy
@hop-daddy
last year
933 posts

@calmidwester:

Music has been found to play an important role with most empaths. In a way it can be medicine for our souls. In fact, when I am at work having a tough stress day, I use soft music to calm and ground. I have also found that as my empathy has become stronger over the years that I struggle with certain noises that didn't used to bother me. Sounds from a blender or my teenager playing loud rap music is like nails down a chalk board for me. 

I wonder if you had a similar reaction to music being playing differently and at a faster pace. We empaths are known as being over-sensitive compared to others. You may have sensed a different vibration from the music that just annoyed you.

Kit Kat
Kit Kat
@kit-kat
last year
232 posts

CalMidwester: My first response never showed up. I have always been super sensitive to noises and smells. Music is probably in its own category. My parents actually forbid me to listen to any non religious music for all of high school. It truly was a dark time. I have joked to my husband that maybe my hearing is just super sensitive. Unfortunately his is on the other end of the spectrum. ;-)

Oh goodness... that really sounds like a dark time :) :) (I'm super sensitive to music, too.... Sometimes even songs that I like annoy me if I think about them in certain ways..) 

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