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Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
12/01/16 02:10:37PM
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Vehicles being pulled up into the air


Dreams

I know what you mean! I'm almost 60 years old and I've never felt this way following an election. I am seriously pondering our role as empaths in the face of this tragedy.
updated by @charlotte-blue: 12/01/16 02:11:17PM
Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
12/01/16 09:02:50AM
32 posts

Vehicles being pulled up into the air


Dreams

Hi, Bing!  My mind went to this dream a few days ago and I came back here to re-read your comments.  It almost seems as if these dreams - both yours and mine - and all the foreboding and fear coincides with the turmoil our country and to a larger extent, the world, is going through in this post-election time.  Hmmmm.  

xo 


updated by @charlotte-blue: 12/01/16 09:05:26AM
Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/09/16 07:52:56AM
32 posts

My dog came back to me...


Animal Empaths

What a beautiful story full of love and hope! Thank you so much for sharing it! xo
Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/26/16 07:41:37AM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Wow. Those are some very interesting experiences! I think youre so right about the strong link making the possibility more likely. I think it makes everything more raw and intense too - or it can.

What a gift to have been led to such a beautiful natural phenomenon! Its so interesting how we are blessed with beauty that, if were not tuned in, we might otherwise miss. Thank you so much for sharing this!
Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/26/16 07:40:40AM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Hi, Water Lily! Ive been taking a long time to reply too. Lots going on. No worries! I havent had the right moment to bring up the subject yet. The recent visit was very busy and full and we had no good opportunity. But I am thinking about how to approach the subject and also trying to be more sensitive to when she feels like talking seriously.

Thats so interesting about the perspective youre discussing and how some dont really have a clear picture of their own actions. I am trying to look at myself in that realm and determine if I am doing that in some of my dealings with my daughter. Im glad you didnt feel the need to choose between your parents and that, always, both of their love was evident to you. Its hard to feel like you have to keep the peace at such a young age, and I would imagine that followed you into adulthood.
Thank you so much for discussing this with me and sharing some of your story. It helps!
:)
Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/14/16 12:16:06PM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Oh, I'm sorry - that was probably my misunderstanding. Yes, why are we so afraid for people to know? I can sympathize with your son - and all of us - for how isolated we can feel. That's another wonderful thing about this site. We're not alone here! :)

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/14/16 08:53:22AM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

How wonderful that you had this beautiful relationship with your Grandmother! I'm sure it was a huge comfort and gift for her as well to know that the 2 of you had this very special connection. I think my grandson is a very sensitive soul and, as he gets older, it will be wonderful to see how that sensitivity manifests itself. I hope that one day, like you, he will remember having a special bond with his grandmother. :)

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/14/16 07:32:07AM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Your granddaughter really does sound very sweet and filled with light! Do you think, since your son was the same way at her age, that he has tried to find ways to suppress the truth of who he is? Maybe that's why he's so quick to dismiss what you and your granddaughter both heard. He may have become very skilled at denying it in his own experience. That has happened to me too and it's very overwhelming. I've noticed that I use that word a lot in describing this whole awareness. But I think we all have to take it one step at a time and not let go of our own personal truths just because others don't understand and try to discount them. But it's hard, I know. I haven't figure it out yet - how to do that and not back away. It helps to have people here who understand. And btw, you don't sound weird at all. :)

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/13/16 07:10:51AM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

How do you mean that, Ren? Like you just both know what each other is thinking, or you can convey totally new information to each other with your eyes? That's fascinating! Does he know of this connection you and your granddaughter have? Like when he showed you the security camera, even though he was looking at the "solid facts", did he sense that there was more to the story?

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/13/16 07:06:39AM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Hi, Water Lily! It's been quite awhile since we've connected on here! Or wait, was that Tiger Lily? I'm so sorry if I'm confused. I find myself getting overwhelmed and backing away from this truth of who I am. But I realize I need to face it head on, and what better place than here? I like your idea about indirectly asking her about the subject. Honestly, that never occurred to me! That's truly what I think is happening, so what a relief it might be to her if I just acknowledged my own feelings and ask if she can feel the effects of them. You're so right!! Because I really think that's what's bugging her. I worry about the fast-pace of life for them. I worry about her health and what the long-term effects are going to be and, how it will affect her as her little boy grows up. But she doesn't want to even talk about any of it. So I keep my concerns to myself as best I can. Or do I? Is she sensing them in spite of my best efforts to hide them? And is it those hidden worries that she is feeling and taking onto herself (mine as well as her own). I actually never thought of her as an empathetic type, so the reason I am wondering now is because I really feel like she might be able to feel my thoughts. And when she may be trying so hard to repress hers, why would she want mine? I'm so sorry your parents' marriage was so hard. These patterns affect us as we grow and well into the aging process. Do you still have contact with both of them? And did you feel like you had to choose between them and also protect them at times - especially since you felt more closely connected to your mother? That can be very hard on children. We saw a lot of violence and also behavior of that sort growing up and I certainly empathize with you on that. Thank you for sharing. It really helps.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/13/16 06:50:24AM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Thank you so much, Ruth, for your sweet message! It's encouraging to hear that it gets a little easier. It's also comforting to know I'm not alone in the reluctance to share with others. I've had experiences with people who don't understand and they can be very cruel and belittling. And there's no need for that on top of just trying to understand for ourselves. Yes, I know what you mean about not wanting your daughter to think you're crazy. I already have to be so careful about what I say and do around mine and her personality is the type where she easily writes people off who have offended/hurt her. I think she does a much better job of establishing boundaries, though I think she often does so very quickly with no hope of forgiveness - ever. I think there's a happy medium between that and giving people too many chances. I have a real problem with establishing boundaries because I like to feel open with everyone. So many times, I've enjoyed wonderful connections to people because I keep a very open heart. But that can cause trouble too. So when you say you now try not to blurt things out, did you feel before like your observations would help them and that's why you shared? But then it doesn't always work that way, I know! It's hard to keep quiet about what we discern, but I suppose we must to a certain extent. I hope you have an opportunity to talk to your daughter so you can share. Is your ex also her father? Forgive me if I'm being too nosey! I don't mean to get too personal, but I guess that's what this is all about in a way. Thanks so much for talking with me about this!

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/11/16 07:54:25PM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

I know what you mean about being nervous about bringing it up to your daughter. In fact, I don't talk about it to anyone outside this site and have not actually done a lot here either. I've not talked to my husband at all about it because I don't feel he would understand. I also worry that his skepticism could stand in the way of my search for understanding. Recently, I mentioned the term to my daughter, but we didn't go into any deep discussion about it. I'd been thinking about telling her and one particular moment felt right. But it was only a mention and she seemed intrigued and then we didn't talk about it anymore. She is a new mom and has seriously had her plate full with her own recovery and some issues with her baby, so this is not a priority right now. But I planted the thought and hope we can revisit in the future. Like you, I feel I inherited this from for sure my dad and maybe even my mom. I've always known of my hyper-sensitivity, but thought of it as a flaw somehow. You know how many people like to tell us we're "too sensitive" or that we need to "toughen up" . . . Well, I finally felt a deep sense of relief when I realized there's nothing "wrong" with me and that I'm never going to toughen up. And that's ok. Anyway, the thing with my daughter is that we are very much on the same page in some ways and then suddenly, she becomes very irritated with me and I seriously don't know why. I've been given many suggestions on how I can cease irritating her. But none of it honestly makes any sense to me. At first, I tried to comply with every request. But soon, I began to feel like some little circus animal, jumping through hoops, but us still never quite getting to a place of peace with each other. And then I began to wonder if she can actually feel what I'm not saying - how much I worry about her, and it's all just too overwhelming and depressing for her to have me near her. Does that make any sense? You said you were terrified to talk to your daughter about this. Is it because you don't think she would be receptive or understand? Or do you think she's afraid of what this all means. I get that. It's no picnic. I once became physically ill around a neighbor because of all her illness and negative energy. Bing told me that is very common with us - that we pick up that energy very easily. I was totally fine and as soon as I encountered her, I became dizzy and sick to my stomach. It was so weird. And then when we can't process it with the people around us, it makes it even more difficult to deal with. At least, that's how I feel. You said you've known for a few years. Does it get a little easier?

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/09/16 08:57:07PM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Wow. That's so interesting! Thank you for sharing that. It will be interesting to see the other ways you and your granddaughter share those experiences as she grows. My daughter has some health issues that worry me and she doesn't like me to talk about them at all. But of course I worry and am always trying to think of ways to help, which totally annoys her. I'm not overbearing or nosey or a know-it-all or any of the things that come to mind when we think of irritating moms who can't mind their own business. Even when I don't say a thing, or even let my feelings or worries show, she seems to almost know what I haven't said and she gets really upset. I know she loves me and she knows I love her. But it's almost like when we are in close physical proximity, she takes on my worries and gets angry with me for having them. And I haven't said a thing!! She is ultra sensitive (and so am I, of course), so I just wondered if she could also be an empath.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/09/16 08:45:34PM
32 posts

Vehicles being pulled up into the air


Dreams

Twice now, I've had a dream where cars and trucks are being pulled up into the air by some unseen force and it is very frightening to me. There are many people on the ground and all are confused and scared about what is happening. The vehicles are very large and somehow remain large - even when they are far away up in the air. They all reassemble into neat lines - as if in a parking lot, but way up in the clouds. I don't know why this dream is so frightening to me. But there's a sense of foreboding that has happened both times I dreamt it. And I think part of it is some sort of apocalyptic feeling amongst all the people on the ground. No one knows what is happening or what to do. Has anyone ever had a dream like this? If so, what do you think it means?


updated by @charlotte-blue: 04/01/17 10:45:00AM
Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
06/09/16 08:26:06PM
32 posts

Can my daughter feel what I'm thinking?


Empath

Only in the past year have I begun to realize that I'm an Empath. At first, it was exhilarating and a huge relief, and as if everything that had made no sense in life was suddenly very clear. There have been ups and downs since and I, like so many of us here, get overwhelmed by it all. And then I back away. Lately, I've been wondering if my daughter could also be an Empath, because no matter how hard I try to stay positive and upbeat (and I am very good at hiding what I don't want others to see), it's almost like she can tell what I'm thinking/feeling and that she can, in some strange way, feel the weight of my worries for her. I'm not sure this is making sense, but this idea has been on my mind for a few weeks now and I wanted to see if anyone else has had this experience.


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Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/23/15 03:51:44PM
32 posts



Thank you for letting me know, Bill. I look forward to our continued conversation. All the best to you and yours!
Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/23/15 10:30:37AM
32 posts

My first event for Empaths!


Empath

Congratulations, Elise!! I just listened to one of your videos and you are so helpful!! Thank you for all you do to help us along this path. :)

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/19/15 07:17:08PM
32 posts



That is beautiful, AnneRose!! Thank you so much for sharing it! It helps to be here talking to each other. Sometimes I wonder how it would feel to be totally, unwaveringly myself and unleash every part of who I am. I'd better get going - not sure what I'm waiting for. Maybe it won't be so hard now that I know I'm not really alone. Thank you, again. Bless you! :)

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/19/15 11:30:59AM
32 posts



You are very fortunate to have a husband who understands, believes and accepts it. To have even one person in your corner - especially someone so close to you - is a priceless gift. But you already know that! I relate to your words about knowing your family loves you but feeling like an outsider. I've always felt like that too. Maybe that's part of why we need so much time to ourselves - to reconnect to our own true selves when it seems like no one else really gets us. It's exhausting to exist among those who can't really see us.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/19/15 11:26:36AM
32 posts



That's very interesting, Bill. So how did you discover all these qualities about yourself? And how do you hone in on that and also be able to cultivate those skills for use in this lifetime? Do animals and people sometimes trade forms - like having the same soul but taking on different forms? I'm very intrigued by this. And what was someone saying about animals being able to tell who in human form is an empath for them? I read it somewhere on this site but can't remember - something about sparkles.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/15/15 11:50:20AM
32 posts



crimson coat, You're so right when you say "This society often seems like it wasn't made for us at all." And that we hurt for it. Beautifully stated.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/15/15 11:45:39AM
32 posts



Well it felt like I found my place when I found the Empath Community. But finding this group, I know I'm among those who understand. I too cannot stand to watch movies where animals are harmed or even frightened by treatment they don't understand. I get so upset. The poor animal doesn't understand that they're doing some crazy thing to them because they're making a movie!! Even when they run those disclaimers, I'm not convinced. I think scaring or pretending to act mean to animals for entertainment is abuse. And circuses and those poor elephants, I can hardly stand it!! It was a sweet dog who, only week before last, helped me finally understand what I'd been suspecting for the past 2 years - that I really am an empath. I have lots of trouble with worries for children too. But over my lifetime, animals have always held a very special place in my heart. When my daughter was small, I overheard her say to a friend, "I think my mom was an animal in another life, because they really seem to like her." Bill Walker, I am very interested in this idea of "between lifetime jobs" you mentioned.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/15/15 07:28:45AM
32 posts



Yes!!! Exactly what you said!!! And all the wonderful souls responding to this - we want to be strong and spread the light. I've always (or at least since the early eighties) felt a very strong connection to Vincent van Gogh. I've never really even begun to understand it until now. I broke out sobbing in the middle of an office where I worked just hearing the Don McLean song about him. When I saw his original paintings at the Art Institute I had physical, unmistakeable reactions to them like nothing I've ever felt before. Tingling up and down my entire body and head, crying for reasons I couldn't understand. I "knew" his obscure paintings on display - ones I'd never actually seen before. But it was like I intimately knew them. I wrote a column about it for my local paper, full well knowing people might think I was crazy. But I didn't care because I was trying to understand this very real connection. I knew I wasn't him in a past life, but suspected I might have "been" someone who knew and loved him as a friend. Until these past couple of weeks, none of it made sense. But now I have come to believe he was one of us. If he were alive today, I believe he'd be here posting the same kinds of feelings we are sharing. What you said, Meg - "What passes for normal, acceptable behavior is, at best unkind, at worst senseless and cruel to us empaths." YES!!! Thank you Meg and all of you here. It's good to not feel alone.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/15/15 06:29:25AM
32 posts



Thank you, Meg!! That was beautiful. This new awareness has been so overwhelming to me that I've been consciously trying to take a step back and unplug. Except I can't. I feel like I'm in constant short-circuit mode and can't concentrate on any one thing. I'm drained, becoming irritated, suspicious of everyone and their energy and just having a hard time finding a calm place. I've even avoided this site for a couple days because it too overwhelms me at times. I have an 87-year-old friend who always reminds me to trust myself and it always helps. So thank you for #3. I think I just have to go back to a calm place and try to digest all this one tiny bite at a time. When I realize that I've had so many episodes in my life when I've absorbed other people's emotions, so many puzzles fall into place for me. So I'm relieved to finally begin to understand that. But I want to know how to be who I am without going under. Your message helps so much and I'm going to copy it and keep it handy for a regular reminder. Thank you!!!!

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/11/15 05:44:32AM
32 posts



Yeah, it's tricky and I'm not sure I'm explaining it right. He doesn't set parameters for me. He knows better. But he sets very specific parameters for himself, so by virtue of us sharing our world, I naturally fall into those. And I can relate to what you're saying about your sister. That's how it is with us too. I can feel very certain about a thing and if he doesn't agree, I start to question myself. But you're so right about how we're supposed to be bringing through kind and compassionate energies, regardless of what others think. I have found myself much calmer around other people and more able to let go of some things going on around me because I feel like I have a purpose outside my own expectation and experience.

I recently left a job that became so oppressive for me because of the very negative energy of my boss. Only recently did I remember, since realizing I'm an empath, when she told me this: "You care too much about the problems of other people, and I'm going to help you with that." I just laughed it off because she's about the meanest, most manipulative person I've ever met. So I'd never be looking to her for help. But now, remembering that comment gives me the chills and I'm even more relieved to be away from her. I also wonder if her energy was so very ominous that some part of me knew I'd never survive in tact if I stayed. In my moment of knowing, I was at the pond where I love to walk and I felt like I heard a voice clearly saying, "Just let go." And I knew beyond a doubt that's what I had to do. There was a very calming, freeing peace that washed over me from that moment on. I'm looking back on other situations like that in my life where I'd put up with a lot before having that moment of total awareness that I must separate myself. I didn't realize exactly what was happening, but I knew at some level that a part of me was being threatened - a part of me that I am now learning to honor.

As for switching anything off - no, I can't do that yet. So you're right - it is exhausting!! I've suffered from CFS for many years and also digestive issues and am now finding food sensitivities. The connection I had to the dog at the park - the one who finally convinced me I am an empath - was so strong and altogether sad that I could not shake the feeling for days. I'm still not over it, really. Because even with all the talk of shielding and protecting myself, what still keeps coming through for me is, "But what about the dog?" I feel like it's wrong to protect myself because it means turning away from a beautiful being that connected to me. But I like your suggestions about gardening and housework and physical activity. I love to walk out in nature and also play the trumpet. That focuses me on something positive and fun. Isn't is wonderful to find something that helps?! So many thoughts are swimming in my mind since I realized, I find it hard to process. And there are lots of great articles and comments on these threads. But I feel like I'm short-circuiting at times because I'm overwhelmed by it all and have a hard time figuring out which thing to focus on first. Plus my outer life is so busy I feel I don't have enough time to myself to process. But it will come. Thanks so much for connecting, Alison!! How long have you known you're an empath?

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/09/15 07:38:08AM
32 posts



Oh I definitely get that, Alison - about how hard it is to not be swayed by that sense of wanting others to always feel comfortable. Since this is still so new, I have to keep reminding myself that I'm exactly as sensitive as I need to be in order to honor who I am. But you're right - after so many years of being told there was something wrong with that, it's not undone in less than a week.

As for my husband's parameters, you're so right about not being able to keep them up for ourselves! The barriers are definitely his and not mine, because I'm like you in how easily they are knocked down. But I also care so much that he is happy that I often let them be mine too. So it's back to that. I really wonder if I'd have no parameters without him. So sometimes, I'm grateful even though I feel irritation with him for "not caring" about others the way I do. He's not mean or hard-hearted. He just seems to have a good sense of exactly what he can handle and he won't go beyond it. And in the process, I am automatically included inside that wall. Does that make any sense?

I love your thinking about a memory of peace being a part of your being. In spite of what we're seeing in our present world, we know at some level that harmony is possible because we've lived it. So we continue to strive and have that same expectation for others as well.

One of the traits I keep reading about is that of taking on the feelings of others. At first, I thought I didn't do that. But the more I'm reading, the more I realized I do it SO much, that I don't even recognize the difference between my feelings and those of others. That's been a wild revelation for me.

I don't think it's ridiculous about your desire to feed the birds at all! I feel that way too and am always concerned that a bird might go hungry if the feeders are not full. I imagine there are babies waiting or worry that the parents could be injured or killed and never make it back to the nest. The babies are just helplessly waiting and waiting, wondering what happened and why they never came back. I think that about animals killed on the roadside - what happened to their families? How can they grasp that a monstrous vehicle wiped out their loved one? I always wonder what the animals are thinking and wish I could connect with them in ways they understood. It was an animal who finally helped me understand I was an Empath. I know there's something there, but will just have to keep searching until I figure it out.

Thank you so much for responding. I just can't get over how wonderful it is to be able to talk to people who understand. Peace.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/07/15 07:09:06AM
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Alison, what do you mean by "standing in your own energy"? It sounds like something I need to understand. Thank you for your post. I really relate to what you're saying.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/07/15 07:02:46AM
32 posts



I think my husband's energy protects me too though I don't think he really believes any of this, so I can't talk to him yet. He is so pragmatic and dependable and responsible that I feel there are parameters with him that I can't find in myself. If not for him, our house would be full of animals and maybe people who "need" me. I've brought home dying baby animals and felt such a strong connection to them and cried my heart out when they died. I can't stand to see anyone being mistreated in any way and have always gravitated toward that kind of trouble in a very "moth-to-the-flame" way. I relate to Sunshine's sense of being drained (so thank you, goodenergyhealing for your helpful messages for Sunshine). I will try the ideas you suggested. Thank you for starting this conversation, Sunshine, and best wishes for yourjourney.

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/05/15 02:21:13PM
32 posts

new.


Empath

Thank you, Tiger Lily! I think you're right that we just need to accept and understand it more so we can feel at peace about who we are. I'm that "fixer" type person too, which we know is very exhausting. More and more, I am moving away from trying to fix negativity and also more toward taking care of myself. It's hard to change when our whole lives seem pointed toward others. And when we try, those who count on us staying in the same roles are going to react in negative ways. I constantly have to remind myself, "Hey! You didn't do one thing wrong. You're just behaving in a healthy manner now and it feels foreign. Yes, too much "City" vexes my spirit too. Or too much activity or socializing without enough down time in between. And now I know it's not really about being extroverted or introverted. It's this. I can't believe what a relief it is to not feel like I have to be someone else anymore. I've spent my whole life feeling bad because I couldn't just "snap out of " my sensitivities. I don't understand about "shielding" yet. This whole set of terminology is like a brand new language to me. Best of luck on your journey. It's so good to talk to others who understand. :)

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/04/15 04:14:42PM
32 posts

new.


Empath

I feel the same way! I haven't told anyone in my family yet for all the reasons you mentioned. While I'm still trying to process it myself (in the middle of visiting family and so many constant activities). It's like I just want to stop for a little bit and catch my breathe, but I can't. I'm not sure how it's been for you, but I'm guessing you have also been advised to "toughen up" your whole life and wondered why you couldn't. Well now we know. That's what I'm afraid of. But you're right - it will be a process of weeding out and opening up to a new way of thinking. I just had a situation where I had to honor myself and say "no" to negativity, chaos and manipulation - behavior I would normally have tolerated, even though it hurts me. I will tell my daughter first as she will be the most likely to understand. When she was little, I overheard her say to one of her friends, "I think my Mom was an animal in another life, because animals always seem to like her." I always felt like she understood me in ways my husband didn't. But he is seeing that I am working very hard to be kinder to myself and keep negativity away. So hopefully . . . Back to the cording . . . I think we can sometimes stay connected to the negative hurtful people to prove that we're strong and are going to be ok in spite of whatever is hurled at us. But the freeing thing is that we really don't have to do that. We have the choice to bypass it all in many cases. Thank you so much for connecting. It's good to find another newbie who is just as wide-eyed about all this as I am! Take care!! :)

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/04/15 06:56:08AM
32 posts

new.


Empath

Hi, Anna! I'm new too and feel the same way about suddenly using a label for who I am. I've always known I was different and felt kind of freakish in some ways. A couple years ago, I ran across some articles on Empaths and related to them very strongly. I thought a lot about it and kept reading about the subject. But only a few days ago did I really understand, through a series of events and feelings, that it's who I am. It's freeing and overwhelming all at once. So I came here to be among those who understand, so I can learn to embrace myself, my purpose in life and others like me. I'm finally starting to feel at peace, though so intent on processing it all. I loved this article you posted! As with everything that is falling into place for me now, I'm seeing all the components with new eyes. This cording thing makes so much sense and I'm going to delve into it further. Thank you!!

Charlotte Blue
@charlotte-blue
07/01/15 07:17:29PM
32 posts



I'm brand new here and don't really understand this concept, but will go to the discussion you mentioned from a year ago. But what do you mean by empaths "sending/projecting/manipulating energy"?