A rush of images just came to me, and it's really hard for me to not talk about them. I'm insanely persistent. I'm just afraid to phrase something that may offend, because I promise I do not intend to. This is my weakness, I don't have an off button once my mind gets going.
It scares people who meet me (old or new friends and family) when I finish their sentences, when I describe every thought that's in their mind but their too shy to speak up, When I show up with that item they were craving. When people spend a lot of time with me in public, they get a view of my world, the world where everyone seems to know me, well they act this way at least. The middle class, immigrants and authorities to the homeless and prostitutes seem to feel comfortable around me, often initiating conversation or just stare. I intern simply be myself, I don't follow the heard. I smile at people who seem intimidated by me or seem unhappy. I say out loud what people are feeling as they wait in line at McDonald's. I stick my tongue out to little kids and wave.
I believe communication is comprised of speech, body language, hygiene, the eyes, tone, rate of speech, volume, words chosen/words avoided, and the energy they give off. This along with spending time with someone to get a feel for their values, their personality, honesty, fears, desires, and regrets allows me to make quite accurate assumptions and interpret how they really feel or what they really think. Without all of these, I would not generalize, assume, or interpret ones psyche or true feelings. I simply wouldn't have enough information to base my conclusions upon. I crave information, i'm greatfull when i'm corrected or given advice that may help me. I become a more well rounded human being as a result.
I suddenly got the urge to break my rule in your case. I don't know why, but I think I know what makes you tick. Admittedly, I could be way off but none the less, here goes...
You have basically called me a liar twice with your responses. You imply that the words I use are hiding my true feelings. As if I need to fake my state of mind to the internet. You doubt the integrity of my posts. This is no shock to me, I've always been misunderstood. I have yet to meet someone who takes me for face value. I do and will always say how I feel and what's on my mind without apologize (with respect of course). My natural instinct is to trust people. I give them the benefit of the doubt until they have proven otherwise. If I have no reason to doubt their word, I will have faith in what they say. This faith is lost by subtle gestures that I pick up on and I somehow 'feel' when someone is fibbing. I tend to avoid calling them out, since all this would do is insult them or make them feel ashamed/guilty/embarrassed. There is nothing to gain from this, so just play dumb over little dishonesties. I would have to be betrayed or wrongfully accused to react, and when I react it's not pretty.
Forgive me if this is far from the truth, but I feel your responses to my posts are self serving rather than for my benefit. It seems as though identifying your gifts as an empath and your clairaudience has brought you great happiness. It has given you an identity that you may have lacked in the past. From my experience, those who interpret me as hiding my true feelings of unhappiness or low-self esteem are reflecting their own emotions. If you had been right about me actually being unhappy and in pain, your skills would be validated by those who have read our posts. I'm the oldest of 6 kids in our childhood household, my passion is creativity and knowledge. I believe I have a greater purpose in life, my goal is to identify this purpose, in the meantime, I'm exploring every avenue that spikes my interest. I think outside the box, I welcome information from all sources and welcome constructivecriticism. I do seem to attract 'broken' people, but when I do, I love thechallengeof making a positive impact ontheir life. Bringing a smile to someones face is the most rewarding gift of all. The philosophy I promote is positive thinking, self confidence, being humble, give rather than take, and defend those who cannot defend themselves. This last one must be due to my Sikh heritage. In reality, I don't have time to feel unhappy or in pain, I have naturally put the happiness of others ahead of my own. When I see my friends and family succeed in defeating their fears and achieving goals they never thought they could, a smile on their face is what will make me happy. It may sound corny, but its the truth. I don't even like being thanked, I'm happy to help anyone who I feel deserves it.
It's great that youhave found something that makes you happy and feel good, but please when it comes to me, don't expect me to feed your ego. I'm simply being real, this is how I feel. If it offends you then perhaps ask yourself if its possible that i'm right. If i'm wrong, then your theboundariesyou have established for yourself will not allow me toeffectyour emotions.
I choose to stop replying to anymore posts of yours Karen, nice to have gotten to know you. I want to speak with the responders who made me smile rather than someone who didn't.