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Kae
@kae
07/10/15 11:47:32AM
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Just find things that you like to do or perhaps try some new things--a new little shop, a new little restaurant, a new little bar... places you don't usually go on the norm. Stepping outside of your comfort zone can be fun and empowering especially when you're doing it by yourself because it's coming 100% from within. Now, if you happen to stumble upon some nice, unexpected company while you're out, it's all the better. Just don't have any expectations... don't expect people to approach you, don't expect them to act any certain way, etc. Just get out there with an open mind and relish in the fact that you're doing something really good for yourself by getting out of the house. That by itself is just as important as making friends.Taking care of yourself and pushing yourself a little bit outside of your comfort zone is such a wonderful thing to do. Be proud of yourself when you take steps like this! And while you're out... I mean, who knows who may cross your path? The possibilities are exciting and endless!


updated by @kae: 09/11/17 01:03:32AM
Kae
@kae
07/09/15 12:08:36AM
5 posts

Journals. Does anyone keep a journal, whether daily, dream or any other reason in regards to empathic experiences?


Empath

I used to keep a journal in which I recorded every dream I had. I stopped because I don't think it really profits me anything to do so. Even if some of my dreams are premonitions, there's not much I can really do to change it... so what's the point?

Now, I will say that I do still have a journal in which I write dreams of great importance, but that is a rare occurrence indeed! Not every dream deserves my precious time and energy.

Kae
@kae
07/08/15 11:48:59PM
5 posts



I'm the type of person that likes to tackle things that are difficult for me. I really enjoy a challenge and I relish in knowing that I can face anything that might frighten me. That said, I have always tended to gravitate towards jobs in which I am constantly interacting with people because you never know what you're going to encounter, and it sort of thrills me although it can, at times, be really draining. But at the end of the day, I've learned that I get to set the boundaries between me, other people, and entities. I may initially absorb their emotions and even their thoughts, but it is ultimately my decision as to whether or not I'm going to allow myself to dwell on them as opposed to just acknowledging them and then letting go of them.

Kae
@kae
07/08/15 11:40:09PM
5 posts

New EFT coaching video for Empaths: Feeling Better


Empath

I don't really know how to explain it, and I don't know if anybody else would really know what I'm talking about if I tried... but I will try anyways. It's actually sort of the opposite approach from EFT... you decide you are not going to accept it (the pain), and you use your own energy to push the pain out of your system. I wish I could explain it better, but unfortunately, that's all I've got :/

For what it's worth, I used to consider myself a chronic pain patient... back pain and hip pain mostly. I, too, do not like taking medicines unless I feel it is absolutely necessary. I do try to stretch throughout the day and try to do all the physical things that I can do to take care of my body; and I make it a point to focus energy into paying attention to my body as well. I also make sure that I keep my thoughts in check... classify the irrational thoughts that pop into my head as whatever cognitive distortions they are, and then combat those thoughts with genuine truth... make sure my mind really is seeing the bigger picture and having a healthier, more balanced mindset. Having good mental health is essential for pushing out the pain. It is my personal opinion that mental health and physical health can go hand in hand sometimes. Claiming ownership of your own body and your thoughts is very empowering. As an empath, other people's feelings and thoughts are constantly being absorbed. I've had to learn to draw boundaries and when to push those types of thoughts and feelings out as well. I refuse to take ownership of them because they're not mine. My own thoughts and emotions are enough for me to try to keep tabs on, lol. Whatever these foreign thoughts and feelings come from belongs to those beings, and it is NOT for me. I've kind of rambled a lot, but I hope I've made some sense. And keep in mind, too, that we're not all cookie cutter people. Different techniques work for different people. There's no one size fits all method ;)

I'm glad to see that the EFT was a good method for you! If it works for you, keep it up!

Kae
@kae
07/08/15 06:22:38PM
5 posts

New EFT coaching video for Empaths: Feeling Better


Empath

EFT is great and everything, but I've found it's not always necessarily needed. Personally, I've experienced many pains that I could "push" out of my body myself.